"I want you to know, darling, that I'm leaving you for another sex robot, and she's twice the man you'll ever be." That's the first line of Charles Stross' novella "Trunk and Disorderly," which just went online as an audio book at Subterranean Press. Originally published in Asimov's Science Fiction, it's a silly P.G. Wodehouse-esque spoof about a drunken socialite who blunders around with his butler and his sister's miniature elephant. He barely manages to survive a coup attempt disguised as a wild party. [Subterranean Press]
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