You know how we celebrate H.P.Lovecraft month every year? Well, I'm not suggesting we do a full month on PKD, (not that he doesn't deserve it) but a PKD tribute episode would fit very well on the drabblecast, imho.
After all, is there really a stranger author of stranger stories in the history of strangeness? (Maybe yes, maybe no, but one thing is for certain, such a debate is a reasonable one to engage in.)
That being said, here is a link to PKD stories that are in the public domain.http://www.philipkdickfans.com/2012/04/03/public-domain-philip-k-dick-stories/
My first 3 choices would be (in no particular order)Beyond Lies the Wub
(A classic PKD short story with a classic PKD title)Second Variety
(The PKD estate should have sued the creators of "The Terminator" for blatant plagiarism, (instead Harlan Ellison sued them for plagiarism, and won, for a story that bears NO resemblence to The Terminator.) Also, the movie "Screamers" was based on this story, (and falls into my list of less-than-stellar PKD adaptations.The Golden Man
, (A wonderful story about mutants that was horribly mangled by Nicholas Cage in the movie "Next."
Edit: PKD: December 16, 1928 - March 2, 1982