I finished the recording for "Grandmother Mælkevejen's Belly", and it sounds good. However, I didn't get all the way through The Ruin of Beltany Ring, so I'll need to head back up to my friend's cabin sometime in the next month or so to finish, if the space is available. After this experience, and because I'll be doing spoken audio for the rest of my career, we're considering sound-proofing part of the attic. It would save time and money in the long run, and there are enough artists in the area that we might be able to rent the space from time to time.
Here's the trailer I made for the story. I should point out that the incredible, black-and-white art in the piece is the handiwork of artist Nancy Farmer, who was commissioned by Murky Depths some time ago to illustrate my epistolary story "The Longest Road in the Universe". That tale takes place five hundred years before this one in the same universe, and it is scheduled to appear in Portugese and English as a reprint in a forthcoming issue of Hyperpulp.