The Disembodied Man was published only once, in the legendary SF pulp zine Imagination in the early 1950s. Off-beat and humorous, like much of Maddock's work, it is at once a unique tale of an unconventional romance and an intricate puzzler with two O'Henry-like twists, resulting in a delightfully human and touching short story.
This memorable classic has been fully-dramatized, with music and sound effects, by the author's friend of 30 years, producer and actor Bill Mills, and features the vocal talents of Bill and Roxanne Mills.
As an added bonus, listeners will hear a biographical profile and a rare sound clip of the author from his days as a radio disk jockey for KALF radio in Arizona in the early 1960s.
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