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Air Out My Shorts Join podshow hosts Preston Buttons & The Word Whore as they clumsily narrate their way through submitted works of Short Fiction: often painfully, always absent-mindedly and completely unincumbered by any relevent credentials... “If you are looking for a serious (even ‘pseudo’ intellectual) literary discussion, you'll just have to keep right on looking...”
Ancestor by Scott Sigler On a remote island in Lake Superior, scientists struggle to solve the problem of xenotransplantation -- using animal tissue to replace failing human organs. Funded by the biotech firm Genada, Dr. Claus Rhumkorrf seeks to recreate the ancestor of all mammals. By getting back to the root of our creation, Rhumkorrf hopes to create an animal with human internal organs. Rhumkorrf discovers the ancestor, but it is not the small, harmless creature he envisions. His genius gives birth to a fast-growing evil that nature eradicated 250 million years ago -- an evil now on the loose, and very, very hungry.
Variant Frequencies Month to month our podcast brings you original fiction stories from a different channel - sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and some odd bands in-between.
Wordplay WordPlay is a weekly program by, and about poets and writers, their craft, and their ideas. The program features interviews, conversations, and readings from local, regional, and national poets and writers. Podcasts are available from the station archive for a week after the initial broadcast, and then are uploaded to the show's permanent archive. Visit http://naturespoetry.blogspot.com for more information; there's a link to the archive in the right sidebar.
Flight to Eden - Free Audiobook Enjoy this free audiobook novel! In Flight to Eden, author Doug Hirt explores what the world might have been like before the Great Flood—a world where giants and dragons roam, people live for hundreds of years, and a dark power seeks to destroy mankind. If you like fantasy, science fiction, or historical fiction, you will enjoy the literary magic of the Cradleland Chronicles. Visit cradlelandchronicles.com to explore the pre-Flood world.
News from the Afterlife The AfterNet is a website where the dead can communicate with the living and each other. Since the discovery of the afterlife in 1997, the AfterNet is a home to disembodied, providing news, support and advice. You might as well join now, because you'll end up here eventually.
Darker Projects: The Byron Chronicles Audio Theater series from DarkerProjects.com. Imagine if the world as you know it... was nothing more than an illusion. What if creatures like elves, dragons, vampire, zombies and werewolves walk amongst you every day... But you never see them. This is the world I walk in. I am called Byron and these are my chronicles.
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Galacticast Galacticast is a weekly “sci-fi lo-fi” videoblog parodying the worlds of geekdom. Featuring Casey McKinnon and Rudy Jahchan, Galacticast mashes their love for science-fiction, horror, and fantasy with a massive injection of comedy every Monday morning.
Galacticast (Windows Media) Galacticast is a weekly “sci-fi lo-fi” videoblog parodying the worlds of geekdom. Featuring Casey McKinnon and Rudy Jahchan, Galacticast mashes their love for science-fiction, horror, and fantasy with a massive injection of comedy every Monday morning.
The Balticon Podcast The Balticon Podcast is the first podcast devoted to Sci-Fi and Fantasy conventions. Get inside the minds of the people who make Sci-Fi happen: authors, scientists, fans, musicians, and artist. We offer interviews, author readings, music, and pod plays.
The Seanachai Short audio stories very well produced. Unlike anything you've heard. Think NPR meets radio drama in the back of a pub. Actually, don't think. Just listen. If it's not absolutely one of the best podcasts you've ever heard, your lost time will be refunded.
AmericanWriters.com Podcast AmericanWriters.com Podcast is designed to help beginner, novice and expert writers to create better fiction. The focus is on characterization, narrative, plot development, dialogue, conflict, etc. Episodes are not centered around mindless, useless pep talks and recycled writing tips, which seems to be the custom of most writing podcasts. Rather, the Podcast at AmericanWriters.com offers in-depth analysis of what works and what doesn''t -- with explanations and original writing samples. Rules of writing are discussed, but analysis is focused mainly on aesthetics.
ScifryGuys Lon S. Cohen's newest novel titled Erosion released as a podcast (or podiobook), serialized fiction on demand. Available on podiobooks.com. Long Island, NY -- Lon S. Cohen's newest novel titled Erosion released as a podcast (or podiobook), serialized fiction on demand. Available on podiobooks.com. "Canyon Park is bowed down under a relentless torrent of rain. The fields are flooded, the bridges crumble and the increasingly isolated town is host to a serial killer with a grudge against the wealthy Lollo family. Slipping between a small cast of characters; the killer, the tortured policeman hiding a dark secret, the returning son, the inquisitive librarian, the boy caught between cultures ... each of these marred, struggling humans a part of the threadbare fabric of the town. Throughout the story, secrets and motivations are slowly revealed, people continue to die, and it continues to rain." - Emily from POD People The story is about a Native American, driven to madness by his experience growing up in the small upstate New York town of Canyon Park being discriminated, molested and ostracized. In his mind, various characters of his tribe's mythology and American popular culture vie for his soul. He terrorizes the residents of Canyon Park, murdering those he judges guilty, to punish them for their crimes against him and his ancestors. Strangely, since the killing spree began, there has been a deluge of constant rain adding to the dismal mood and hampering efforts to stop him while the resident also battle nature's fury. Under these conditions, various characters gather from places as close as the local library, to as far away as New York City, to absolve their sins and stop their beloved town from being eroded away. All the characters are eventually stripped bare in this trying time and face their naked souls, their dark inner parts that they are afraid to see and their true selves. America's national guilt over the destruction of the Native American culture is weaved through the motivation of the characters as they struggle with the consequences of acts they committed in the past or the acts of their kin. The Indian Boarding Schools and the Mythology of Iroquois Creation Myth were thoroughly researched and are based on fact though the setting and characters are all fictional.
Darker Projects: Alive Inside Zombie Audio Theater from DarkerProjects.com: The human race? Forget about them. Laid waste by the Great Catastrophe, the remnants of humanity fight for survival is a world scarred by a plague that causes the dead to walk again. Now, the zombie hordes add to their infernal ranks with every fresh victim. Can a bold venture across the wastelands of the former United States of America hold the key to our salvation? Or does the future belong to the zombies?
It It's Those Foreigners presents multicultural stories and commentary from American writer Jim Curtiss. Along with his Czech wife, Jim has lived in Europe for 8 years.
Pseudopod Pseudopod is the world's first audio horror magazine. We deliver bone-chillng stories from today's best authors straight to your computer or MP3 player. It's original. It's disturbing. It's free. To listen or subscribe, visit our Web site at: http://pseudopod.org
The Secret World Chronicle Famed fantasy and sci-fi author Mercedes Lackey and newcomer Steve Libbey have joined forces to create a superhero-themed braided novel podcast series called The Secret World Chronicle. Eight books are in the works, with contributions planned from established and up-and-coming writers. The series depicts an ensemble cast of metahuman characters coping with worldwide attacks by a mysterious, technologically advanced Nazi secret society, and the ensuing chaos. The Secret World is a meeting ground for pulpy adventure and thoughtful science fiction speculation, where ordinary people are elevated above their fellow humans and must grapple with the consequences of their newfound abilities. Mercedes and Steve chose to present the stories in podcast form to take advantage of the flourishing interest in the medium, and to tie the stories back into the old adventure serials of the early twentieth century. The stories are read by professional actors and recorded with modern fidelity for a comfortable listening experience. The mp3s will be archived on the Secret World website (www.secretworldchronicle.com) for easy download throughout the life of the series.
The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Podcast Scott and Anthony talk about their favorite Sci-Fi and Fantasy movies, TV shows and more!
Childrensbookradio Childrensbookradio.com is the podcast about children's books. There will be a new book discussed each week. If you are a parent, teacher, or fan of children's books, childrensbookradio is for you!
Lit-Cast Lit-Cast, an all-audio literary magazine of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction as read by the original author. See website for submission guidelines.
Unbridled Aloud Unbridled Aloud is a series of half-hour podcasts produced and hosted by Kay Bonetti Callison and featuring interviews with Unbridled Books authors, book commentary, readings, and more!
Star Wars Action News A podcast focusing on the fanatical hobby of Star Wars collecting with a specific focus on Hasbro (formerly Kenner's) Star Wars Action Figure line. Hosted by a husband and wife pair of collectors, updated weekly.
Pure Imagination Pure Imagination is a series of darkly comic short stories by Matt Gajewski set to hypnotic music by Miami, Florida based composers. Originally broadcast on 90.5 WVUM in Miami, Pure Imagination now offers new episodes on its website.
The BookLounge.ca Podcast Enjoy candid, weekly interviews with your favourite authors, or discover your next great read. Featuring books from Doubleday Canada, Knopf Canada, Random House Canada, McClelland & Stewart and more!
One Moment After the End The Afterlife...and what happens next. A 'non-religious' view of the afterlife, concentrating on the 'staffs' point of view. Light adventure stories set where there should be no more pain and suffering....yet even human souls can't stop being.... human and pain and suffering follows anyways.
Caryn Caryn's New World, The Valley of New Beginnings - Human Narration - An Audio Book about a single mother's courage, persistence and ingenuity. They survived the war but now face mysterious challanges, riddles and a strange new life in a land where reality and fantasy are the same.
Punk Horror Podcasts The podcast arm of Punk Horror Press, featuring The Punk and the Pastor movie review and music show, and author read short fiction.
Light On Light Through - Paul Levinson weekly (or more frequent) commentaries on new techs, popular culture, tv, movies, Wikipedia, space travel, politics, the works ... each episode usually 5-8 minutes
Caryn Caryn's hard work and talent had paid off until 2012 when a horrendous event destroyed everything except her will to survive. War, with man's most powerful weapons, incinerated their city and society itself. She and her two young daughters hid, scavanged, snuck away from the debris and traveled through the burnt barren wilderness hoping to find refuge in some unscathed place. Their journey takes them to "The Valley" but, it's unlike any other; surprising, etherial, mystical and magical. What kind of place is this... a paranormal reality or just a strange dream? Are they still alive or is this life after death?
Daughter of the Sun ". . . and urgent and Byzantine plot that races along." - Michael A. Stackpole, NY Times Bestselling author of I, Jedi 1,000 years ago—the world was shattered. Today—the Overlord is about to do it again. Since the Sundering, all use of the Breath has been outlawed. The Overlord and his family have destroyed all who could wield that mighty power. Now, the Overlord’s own son needs that outlawed power to unseat his father. Having spent her entire life trying to stay unnoticed, Elena is forced to come to grips with the Breath’s curse when her only child is ripped away from her. A pawn in the game between the Duke and his father, she must find a way to rescue her daughter and remain free of their manipulative grasp. When she does, her entire world collapses around her, and she realizes just how dangerous this game is. As she struggles to out maneuver the Overlord, the Duke, and their supernatural allies, Elena must find a way to defeat them both. If she can not, the entire world will pay the price. Daughter of the Sun is the first book in the Sundered Breath Trilogy, available in both podcast and print formats.
Daughter of the Sun The Podcast version of the epic fantasy novel, Daughter of the Sun, by Lonnie Ezell. Since the Sundering, all use of the Breath has been outlawed. The Overlord and his family have destroyed all who could wield that mighty power. Now, the Overlords own son needs that outlawed power to unseat his father. Having spent her entire life trying to stay unnoticed, Elena is forced to come to grips with the Breaths curse when her only child is ripped away from her. A pawn in the game between the Duke and his father, she must find a way to rescue her daughter and remain free of their manipulative grasp. When she does, her entire world collapses around her, and she realizes just how dangerous this game is. As she struggles to out maneuver the Overlord, the Duke, and their supernatural allies, Elena must find a way to defeat them both. If she can not, the entire world will pay the price.
Give James M. Becher Christians: give the gift of reading and reach those you're trying to reach this year with one of my 2 unique evangelistic novels, one a sci-fi (specif., time travel) novel with a purpose and the other a histiorical (specif., Biblical) novel with a punch
Into The Dark A Discussion of various Science Fiction topics, with a Darker Viewpoint.
Soup Radio The companion podcast to The Electric Soup Kitchen The Electric Soup Kitchen is a discussion based podcast that covers film, television, weird news, computer games, anything and everything, including old time radio. But what if you just want the OTR without the blabber? Then this is the podcast for you. Soup Radio will only feature horror and science fiction old time radio. It will be served between kitchen episodes especially for those greedy diners who canÕt get enough
RDF Underground Your netcasting guide to the classic 1980's animated transforming robot vs. alien space opera, Robotech. Featuring news from around the Robotech Fan community and the latest information on the soon to be released sequel, Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles. If you're a fan of Science Fiction, Anime, or just nostalgic for your childhood, the R.D.F. Underground is for you.
Domain of Apokolipz Serialized Fiction with a twist. You get to vote on the direction of the story!
Snowwhere the Book Snowwhere-the-book is the audio book of Heather Flood's exciting children's novel Snowwhere read by the author herself. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store and at our own website www.snowwherethebook.com
On The Air With TheGRITS.com On The Air With TheGRITS.com is a collection of Internet Radio Shows and Podcast programs that give a diverse perspective on many things regarding the written word.
Brainwaves IGN's Sci-Fi Brain blog has its own podcast! Here, Ahsan (Grimzo), Chris (Proteus4), and Clint (asher_cross) discuss sci-fi news and developments in the realms of television, film, games, and even books. Tune in every week!
Prayer at Rumayla: A Novel of the Gulf War Nineteen year-old Chet Brown arrived home from the Gulf War in the spring of 1991 and found that, for him, the war was only beginning. Betrayed by his friends and lover, ignored by his family, Brown travels across the country in search of meaning behind the horrors of his war. "Bleak and disturbing... dead-on-target ...This first novel is a work of pure psychological conflict." --Pulitzer Prize winning reporter John Hanchette, Reno Gazette-Journal "Brutally honest, direct, and meaningful, Prayer At Rumayla is a compelling novel of coming to terms not only with dangers and traumas of the battlefront, but with its aftermath upon the lives of the surviving combatants." --Midwest Book Review
The Time Traveler Show Vintage SF stories and interviews. Stories read by the best narrators. Hear stories and interviews by classic science fiction authors like Philp K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, Robert Sheckley, and many, many more.
Authors Access - Where Authors Get Published And Published Authors Get Successful Learn from a new publishing, marketing, or writing expert every week and become successful in getting published and selling your work.
Sans Serif Writing, radio, comics and creativity...Featuring episodes from The Waterpipe Theater, a bi-weekly radio drama on WESU, Middletown.
The Chagoon Conspiracy The Chagoon Conspiracy is a space comedy in the 22nd century. Installments of this independently produced audio play are published serially every ten days from April-June 2007.
The BDB Podcast Alex Vance boasts of BDB's latest offerings, hosts readings of excerpts from stories and chronicles the far-reaching but low-budget adventures of Bad Dog Books in a world gone mad.
Missing Pages (amended version) Professor Tanokura builds a time machine, igniting a savage war. Running for his life, he tries to stop humanity from destroying itself while, at the same time, bring his son back from the dead. Made from animated photographs, Missing Pages is an award-winning short that has stunned audiences worldwide. Don't miss your chance to watch these high definition (HD) podcasts available for the first time ever.
Fortress Draconis: The Podcast A quarter century previous, an elven seer spoke the Norrington Prophecy: A Norrington to lead them, Immortal, washed in fire Victorious, from sea to ice. Power of the north he will shatter, A scourge he will kill, Then Vorquellyn will redeem. For twenty-five years the world has awaited a hero, and now the world’s fate rests in the hands of a nimble-fingered young thief. Fortress Draconis, the first book in the epic fantasy series the DragonCrown War Cycle, by New York Times Best Selling author Michael A. Stackpole is read chapter by chapter and unabridged by the author.
Estalvin Mystery, Adventure, Romance, Disaster and War across Alternate Realities. Estalvin's Legacy, a full-cast audio drama, is a Cossmass Productions Original Series, created by Paul Campbell.
BOOK HOBBY We're book reviews, news and interviews -- all aimed at the audience who agree with our motto that "Books Are More Precious Than Gold."
Little Bird Told Me: An Avante Garde Podcast Novel I am John Rhodes, author of 'Little Bird Told Me' an Avant Garde serialized free audio book about the tragedy and triumph of a hip couple and their achievment of enlightenment. Full paid version available from www.audible.com .
Terra Incognita Drawn together apparently by the hand of fate, Trent and Cole escape the oppressive totalitarian domed city that has nurtured them all their lives. Outside they discover a world they could never have imagined. They are pursued by the city Militia, intent on returning them to the secretive entity that oversees every facet of the city. They are joined by Floyd, who turns against the Militia; only to be captured once more and freed by those they would have considered most unlikely to help them. The trio begin to understand the truth of their world and must decide for whom they will fight in the coming wars...
The Party of the First Part: The Curious World of Legalese The debate over Plain vs. Precision English rages on in courtrooms, boardrooms, and, yes, even bedrooms. Here, Adam Freedman deciphers the curious wording and odd phrasing behind legal lingo for the rest of us in plain English. Adam Freedman writes the “Legal Lingo" column for the New York Law Journal Magazine and was a litigator before joining a major investment bank where he earns his living decoding policies and procedures into plain English. He holds degrees from Yale, Oxford, and the University of Chicago and has written for Newsweek International and Slate.com, among others. Please visit his website at www.partyofthefirstpart.com and his blog at thepartyofthefirstpart.blogspot.com.
Rejection Letter Audio Rejection Letter Audio is an outlet for any writer who seeks to share their stories with others. This podcast and it's name is inspired by the all too common experience of writers trying to become published authors. Anyone who has an original story, flash story or even fan fiction and wishes to share theses stories are asked to submit them here. If you are able, you can read your stories yourself and submit the audio to be included in the podcast or you can submit your stories to be read by myself or a guest reader.
I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere The podcast for devotees of Sherlock Holmes, the world's first consulting detective. Interviews and updates on what's going on in the world of Sherlockians, with suggestions for books, events and multimedia channels about the great detective.
Kryptographik The Kryptographik podcast has news, reviews and interviews featuring Horror, S/F, Dark Fantasy and Crime fiction, in comics, books, movies and other media.
Well Told Tales This pulp-fiction podcast brings you free horror, sci-fi and hardboiled audio stories, read by professional Hollywood actors.
Find who is the Pelé of Literature The most prolific writer all over the world. He`s inside Guinness Book of Records with more than 1.075 books published. The literary production of the untiring Ryoki Inoue took him not only to the Guinness Book as the most proliphic author all over the world, but also to be compared to Georges Simenon by some intenational critics. Some other compare his style and his production velocity to Sidney Sheldon. Other say he could be put right beside Harold Robbins, mainly because the way he writes his trams and thrillers.
Authors In Your Pocket on SL! L Peggy Hicks talks to best-selling authors regularly about their latest works and answer questions from the live audience in Second Life.
Mortal Ghost It's a fiery hot summer, and sixteen-year-old Jesse Wright is on the run. An oddly gifted boy, he arrives in a new city where the direction of his life is about to change. He's hungry and lonely and desperate - and beset by visions of a stranger who is being brutally tortured. And then there are Jesse's own memories of a fire ...
Bookbabble A group of friends from around the globe meet up online to chat about books, reading and anything that will be of interest to fellow booklovers. Discussions include literary news, reviews or idle chit-chat. Sometimes serious, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, but always a lot of fun. Visit us, leave comments, and see more book news at bookbabble.net!
Mercy B Visit Mercy B at The Hell Hole Tavern and listen to tales of the twisted, the strange, and the unreal. Mercy B, tales of science fiction and horror.
The Dark Verse A Collection of Strange Works by Sharkchild. These short stories tap into a unique world of horror and fantasy fiction that will follow you to the visions of your sleep. Some of the material on The Dark Verse may hold ideas and descriptions that may not be sui for all listeners. Although the content is clean of explicit language, it does contain dark themes and disturbing references. For more information, visit TheDarkVerse.com.
Mercy Bend Mercy Bend. The town. The Sanitarium, Home to the differently sane because of secret government experiments on the human mind. Come to Mercy Bend and hear the tales of those who are different, those who are strange, and those who are murderously insane.
AudioRealms Podcast Audio Realms award winning audio book podcasts feature both classic and modern science fiction, fantasy and horror audio books that are produced and directed by Fred Godsmark
The Black Authors Network EDC Creations is a Prince George's County, Maryland marketing and promotions firm that specializes in graphic design, Internet marketing campaigns, Web 2.0 website creation, and marketing materials for small to medium-size businesses, new authors and individuals. Our blog offers advice, marketing tips, branding solutions, and news on upcoming literary events. All to educate book lovers, new authors, and small presses.
StoryTime StoryTime A world of New Fiction. Is all about new fiction reading and writing, we endeavour to encourage new fiction writing and reading as a multi-purpose means to improve professional writing ability, and receive vital feedback and exposure.
Vampires, Witches, and Geeks Author Morven Westfield interviews, shares news, and chats about vampires, witches, and geeks — Oh, my!
The Comedy Troupe Podcast presented By GamersReports.com a weekly podcast that covers ages 1-100 male subjects. Everyday comedy from our life, Video Games (Reviews, News, Events, ETC.) and Movies (Reviews, News, Box Office, ETC) from 3 nerds who don't say the big words that you wont understand, because we dont understand them either. If you like Diggnation, SModcast or similar podcast, you'll like ours. If you're not satisfied, we offer a 30 day money back guarantee.
FETIDUS - The Foundation for the Ethical Treatment of the Innocently Damned, Undead and Supernatural FETIDUS is a sci-fi/horror/mystery podcast consisting of an original novel and music score set in the grim and fetid alleyways of a post-apocalyptic Washington, DC, circa 2034. A jaded Washington lobbyist who works for The Foundation for the Ethical Treatment of the Innocently Damned, Undead and Supernatural (FETIDUS) takes up the blackmail case of a mysterious woman, which leads him on a twisted adventure filled with noir-humor, suspense and horror.
Reality Wasted REALITY WASTED is a podcast about everything and nothing all at once. We cover the very best - and the absolute worst - in movies, comic books, TV, animation, DVDs, video games, books, pop culture, and much, much more. This weekly hour-long podcast stars stand-up comedians DONNY SALVO, GREGORY B. DUBNO and DAVE SHEEHAN.
AWOL Authors WithOut Limits Barbara Bauer, a literary agent, presents a podcast from the Barbara Bauer Literary Agency featuring the agency's authors and their works, stories, interviews, readings and discussions of a variety of literary work and topics related to the publishing industry and the business of literary agents. A premiere podcast of the newest and best living literary talent from all over the world..
Hoo On Who Reviews of classic series Doctor Who episodes released on DVD in the United States.
Hoo On Who (Enhanced Version) Review of classic series Doctor Who episodes released on DVD in the United States.
Nerd Hurdles Jakob and Mandi discuss all things nerdy and most things geeky. Nerd Hurdles - nerd hur’dle - (nûrd hûr’dl) n., v. -dled, -dling -n. a barrier or blockade of ‘nerdiness’ that an individual not of the nerd persuasion must metaphorically ‘leap’ over in order to enjoy or fully appreciate a given experience or situation. She loves Mel Gibson but the aliens were just too big a nerd hurdle for her to really enjoy Signs. -v. to successfully overcome a nerd hurdle.
robcast robcast has a very simple concept: every week we feature one piece of short writing from either author Rob Burgess or one of his accomplices.
The Mystery Man Podcast A brand-new podcast, recorded monthly, dedicated to reviving deliciously rare yet neglected masterpieces of mystery, adventure, suspense, and horror ~ from centuries past. Devotees of Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, and the like will enjoy listening to these classic tales that, after years of obscurity, deserve to see the light of day. Hosted by the anonymous MYSTERY MAN. Who am I? For now ~ that must remain a mystery.
SHUT UP... I PODRANTS from Contemporary Fiction Novelist, LiNCOLN PARK
Read It And Weep Read It And Weep is a podcast about the worst of modern fiction. In each episode, three hip and happening twenty-something males bring their distinctive brand of analysis to popular novels, starting with Twilight.
My Life In Review One man's life told through a series of weekly album reviews.
NeWest Press NeWest Press puts podcast fans in touch with new and established authors, who read from their books and discuss the ins and outs of being Canadian authors. Keep up to date on the latest in Canadian literature via one of Canada's most established small publishers, who continues its long-standing support of Canada's most creative minds.
The Whitechapel Project A man wakes up in a padded cell with a headache, no memories and the ability to with his mind. The only clue he has to his past is a plastic bracelet printed with the letters VI. From there, he enters a strange and twisted world. What happens next? The choice is yours. Whitechapel is an interactive horror novella in which you, the reader, can vote after each episode to direct the flow of the story. You can read the story so far, subscribe to the podcast, find places to talk to other fans and much more at whitechapelproject.com.
Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors Historical and speculative novelist K.M. Weiland offers tips and essays about the writing life, in hopes of helping other writers understand the ins and outs of the craft and the psychology behind the inspiration.
Warhold Warcast Warhold Warcast is the warhold.com staff talking about upcoming content and other random stuff. Warhold is a weekly written lore that is based in a medieval fantasy fiction world. Check us out at http://www.warhold.com
Some Other Scotland 'Some Other Scotland' is a weekly podcast story of ancient advanced civilisations, clan wars & conspiracy in an native modern Scotland. Every week listeners can vote for changes to the latest news which will affect the ongoing plot, making for a compelling and ever-changing story. Gravestones across Scotland are being defaced. An ancient advanced civilisation is discovered under the remains of Skara Brae. Bonnie Prince Charlie returns to Scotland, two hundred years after his death. Edinburgh police unearth a mysterious surveillance operation on the Queen's residence and the Scottish Parliament. All these events take place in a Scotland which is both familiar and yet slightly twisted. Detective Jim Sykes' investigation into hidden cameras and a long-dead pretender to the throne uncovers a sinister plot that dates back centuries before the term 'terrorism' was coined. Archaeologist Erica Wallis digs up more than she bargained for when she encounters an underground civilisation that has existed since before the pyramids of Egypt were built. When one of their misplaced, but deadly artifacts falls into the hands of young street-poet 'Razer', he is launched into the middle of a clan war that has been waged across the World for millenia. Events triggered thousands of years ago are about to reach a climax that not only threatens Scotland, but could finally hand the modern World the tools of its own destruction.
Women Talk Sci Fi Podcast Gerri and Eugenia (that''''s us) from GE News Ezine now bring you Women Talk Sci Fi. A Podcast by women about their favourite genre. You''''ve read what we have to say now you can listen to us too!
Byzantine Roads Tech Support for aspiring writers, Byzantine Roads showcases Source writing solutions and Novel Writing Software. E-Publishing, Self-publishing and Internet Marketing and Platforming are coming soon. Just as soon as I finish this blessed book.
Flash Pulp Flash Pulp is an experiment in broadcasting fresh pulp stories in the modern age – 400 to 600 words brought to you Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Recurring characters, tough broads,
100 Stories Podcast About a week after the Haiti earthquake, a writer woke up one morning and decided it was time to do something. So he got together over the Internet with hundreds of writers from around the world. Together they made a book. A book packed full of stories that anyone can pick up and enjoy. A book bound together by paper and glue and massive amounts of hope. A book to raise money to help the victims of the Haiti earthquake. This is a bi-weekly podcast, so every couple of weeks, and over 12 episodes, you'll get a look at how 100 Stories for Haiti went from an idea to a book—in just over six weeks! The podcast is hosted by Greg McQueen, the founder of 100 Stories for Haiti, and includes interviews with some of the writers and volunteers who contributed to this extraordinary book.
The Novel Experience The Novel Experience®: the podcast dedicated to the craft and art of fiction writing; hosted by mystery author, Nicola Furlong. No fluff, no filth, just fun, fruitful and fascinating discussions with authors, editors, booksellers, publishers and agents to help you fulfill your writing career.
The Martians Are Here Weekly Science Fiction Story of Five Strangers that come together at the end of the world. Also monthly special presentations.
Cast Macabre Cast Macabre is a weekly horror fiction podcast dedicated to bringing fear to your ears. We believe horror encompasses any genre with a dark element. We feature new stories from new authours, as well as timeless classics and flash fiction. Featuring guest narrators from around the podosphere.
Reading Before Bed A podcast devoted to interviews with young adult novelists. Hosted by Wendy Wallace.
Inner Voice: An AudioLitMag COMING IN MAY An AudioLitMag about personality, featuring: fiction, poetry, memoir and essay, written for the ear, about the mind.
Off the Shelf Off the Shelf is a radio/podcast show hosted by Kghia Gherardi and Simeon Beresford. The show focuses on interviews with authors, poets, publishers, editors, librarians, literary venue hosts, and other bookish people, both within Second Life and outside. Off the Shelf is produced by Kghia Gherardi, Simeon Beresford and Radio Riel.
Brain Burps About Books Brain Burps About Books is the podcast by author/illustrator Katie Davis, and it's all about the business of children's books, publishing, creating, promoting, and writing them. Are you an aspiring writer who'd like to know the inside scoop on how others got their kid's book published? Or you're already published and want to hear how to make your book trailer viral? Maybe you're a teacher doing an author study or just a fan of kidlit and want to listen to booksellers, editors, authors and other experts in the field talk about the business. Author/illustrator Katie Davis is the host of this funny and informative show meant to help anyone with an interest in children's literature. As an added bonus, New York Public Children's librarian and SJL blogger Betsy Bird rounds out the show with regular exclusive audio reviews. Be a part of the conversation by calling in your questions or comments toll free 888-522-1929. Children’s author/illustrator Katie Davis has published nine books and appears monthly on the ABC affiliate show, Good Morning Connecticut, recommending great books for kids. She produces Brain Burps About Books, a podcast about kidlit, with an affiliated blog and monthly newsletter. Katie volunteers in a maximum security prison teaching Writing for Children and over the last dozen years has presented at schools and writing conferences. She’s a 2010 Cybils judge and has also judged the Golden Kite, smartwriters.com, and Frontiers in Writing awards. Recently Katie was selected to be on the Honorary Advisory Board for the Brooke Jackman Foundation, a literacy-based charity.
Whatever Happened to the Fucking Christs? Skip Lewers, a tangential figure throughout most of the early history of rock 'n' roll, famous only for the jobs he's lost, has turned forty. Figuring his time's about up, he's written a memoir. This podcast is a serialized reading/reenactment of that book. New episodes bi-weekly. Thank you.
The Get Geek Podcast Listen as Tim and Devin talk about geek culture.They discuss TV, music, comics, and more. They also read and discuss a book together each week.They talk regularly about current topics that permeate media and pop culture. Join us every Thursday, and laugh along with Tim and Devin.
Roses of Winter A new audiobook, Roses of Winter by Murdo Morrison, brings World War 2 alive for the modern listener. The story follows the lives of two families throughout World War 2 in Glasgow, Scotland.
The Science Fiction Show The Science Fiction Show is a weekly look at the world of science fiction in TV, film, books and more.
Stories from the Borders of Sleep A fortnightly podcast, featuring original stories, fantastic fables and curious tales written and read by your host, Seymour Jacklin. Each episode is from 8-18 minutes long and takes the listener on an imaginative and thought provoking journey. Aimed at adults but very sui for children, too.
AntipodeanSF AntipodeanSF is devoted to the weekly production of flash speculative fiction stories from the pages of our online magazine, usually narrated by the authors, along with interviews, book reviews, and new electronic music.
Bloody Fantastical Bloody Fantastical is an original fantasy fiction podcast, narrated distinguishingly and scored perturbingly.
BLACK TRIBBLES Everything sci-fi, comic books, movies, video games, cartoons and anything a geek would love gets tossed around by the 5-headed hairy hoard of Black Tribbles.
A Podcast to the Curious A Podcast to the Curious is the only podcast dedicated to the weird fiction of M.R. James! Each episode your humble hosts Will Ross and Mike Taylor will be tackling a different M.R James story, proving a commentary on the story and discussing it’s themes and form interlaced with readings. Along the way we hope to include discussion on stage, screen and radio adaptations of James’ stories, information on James’ life and interests as well as on the legions of authors who were inspired by him.
Thea The purpose of the BC Book Review Show is to highlight wholesome, Christian books, promote them to our audience, and see many souls saved and lives changed for the glory of God.
Not from Concentrate Freshly squeezed stories of the modern and bizarre.
The Earthworm Miracle After a giant earthworm escapes from an Argentine science facility, the creature takes refuge near a small Texas town. Farmer Jacob Willy and his drunken neighbor Milt encounter the monster beast, with tales of their discovery falling on deaf ears. But when tabloid reporter Tashby Price comes to town, Jacob's "Giant Worm" story takes on new life. Meanwhile, Milt and his friends have thier own financial plans of smuggling Mexicans across the boarder through worm tunnels. Jacob, Milt and Tashby will have to move quickly, however, because the Argentine scientists have hired assassins to destroy the worm, in order to keep sensitive research out of U.S. hands.
Contingencies Sometimes things aren’t what they seem and sometimes they are. What does it mean when they’re both? The short fiction tales of Contingencies are set in a world where the distinctions between fact and fiction, reality and metaphor aren’t always as stable as they should be. Moving through a world populated by an abundance of fools and few heroes the stories look upon an ambivalent realm where wisdom is in short supply. The sarcastic and self-deprecating narrator of Contingencies may strive for
Cursive Script New fiction, poetry, drama and the occasional literary-themed interview and essay, read by authors and actors, and mixed with music and sound. Produced by the Kingston Writing School, London.
Mysteries of the Mind We are an unscripted sketch comedy podcast performed in an old time radio style. Each of our episodes follow a unique science-fiction based theme. We are what the Twilight Zone would have been if Rod Sterling was hit on the head several times with a lead pipe. So, if you want idiotic tales that defy time, space, logic, and intelligence; look no further because you are about to unlock... the Mysteries of the Mind. We would love to hear from you! Please email us at [email protected]
EpiCast Guide to Webseries and Webfiction From webseries and webcomics to online fiction and web serials, each month the EpiCast offers discussion, news, reviews and recaps world of original web entertainment. Brought to you by the EpiGuide.com webseries and webserial community.
The Storied Commute A podcast for the lover of literary short fiction. Maybe "lover" is too strong. Maybe you need some free entertainment for a long commute. Maybe you only "like" short fiction. Maybe your kid refuses to sleep without the monotonous drone of spoken word softly oozing from a bedside stereo. Whatever the case, welcome to the podcast. I hope you like it.
Watch This Instead A hilarious new movie review podcast. Listen as the hosts guide you through the world of seldom seen, seldom critiqued, and poorly rated films that have one intrinsic value - They are damn hilarious (even if humor is not their intention).
Blogging My Stupidity Every week I read the blog entries that I wrote for The Verbal Release Podcast website. Stories, thoughts, and random poop. Don't want to read? Come and listen instead.
bad sloth A podcast for the lazy geek. Every episode I pick a topic and read its Wikipedia page while discussing the subject with special guests. Simple and sometimes entertaining!
Valentin & The Widow A globe-trotting 1920s adventure series about plucky English aristocrat Eleanora Rosewood, brawny Russian sailor Sacha Valentin, and their battle against a secret organisation that seeks to oppress the weak and destroy the different!
Untold Podcast The Untold Podcast exists to engage the culture's imagination through speculative fiction from a Christian worldview. At the Untold Podcast we want to recapture the power of story and use the weirder genres to do it. Science fiction, fantasy, horror and supernatural stories serve as metaphors for our lives. The distant star tems, the shining knights, the abominable yetis, and the ghosts remind us of our own struggles, triumphs and losses.
Truth vs. Fiction Is truth always stranger than fiction? Does all fiction have a kernel of truth? Truth vs. Fiction is about taking the listener on a journey with each story told. Each podcast will feature a story or two – the catch is the listener will not know if the story is a work of fiction or truth till after the stories have been told.
Marry Me! Inc Marry Me! Inc is about life, love, travel, adventure, and gold in Edwardian Times during the Klondike Gold Rush in the Yukon, in Canada. It is the story of those embroiled in a scheme to ship 90 "eligible" women to Dawson, in northern Canada, to auction them off to the rich and very lonely miners. It is a romantic comedy. It ends happily. But not before tangles and snags, pitfalls and set-backs make the journey a rough, but very interesting one at times.
Eat Sleep Write With the Eat Sleep Write podcast, writers and authors can reach a whole new audience. Grow your community. Gain traction. Get heard. Listen, subscribe or follow the Eat Sleep Write podcast.
The Squidpod A weekly portion of science savvy scifi from Robot Squid Geostationary.
Flash Point Theater Bringing flash fiction to life in a radio program format. This is flash fiction transformed.
The Once and Future Nerd When three high school students from modern-day Pennsylvania find themselves trapped in a world of wizards, elves, and feudal intrigue, they must learn to survive in their new surroundings, and undertake an epic quest to save the world from the encroaching forces of chaos. WARNING: Explicit language
Stories for Grown-ups Take a few minutes from your day to relax with a short story from writer Lauren Markman.
The Ballerina Monsters: Confidential The Ballerina Monsters: Confidential is an episodic satellite series to the Ballerina Monsters picture books. The podcast is tailored toward a slightly older audience but still suitable for young listeners. The series features three young girls with a talent for risk-taking and bad behavior. They teach children good manners by providing a potent counterexample. The girls are spurred along by their own self-serving impulses – a habit which consistently lands them into trouble.
The Megapods A weekly podcast about Sci-Fi and Horror. Oh yeah we also cover video games, comic books, movies and just about anything fooking awesome. We also have weekly guest that cover all sorts of fantastic stuff. So enter and get ready for a ride in the MEGAZONE!!! *High Fives*
Counselor George Counselor George is a sci-fi radio drama following the misadventures of Counselor George, a monkey attorney space traveler, and Joe Young, his trusty pilot.
Far-Fetched fables Explore fantastical lands with Far-Fetched Fables! Do you sometimes wonder how things could be different, should be different? Do you feel the call of the bizarre and surreal? Each week, Nicola Seaton-Clark explores a little further into the rare and mysterious lands which lie just outside our familiar reality, forging paths of wonder, magic and delight! Join us on the journey!
Common Room: Passionate Discussion on Pop Culture, Food, Fitness, & Fashion! Join us in our Common Room! We Saved You a Seat! With regular segments such as Topical Dish, Obsessions, Culture Club, Customizable Cooking, Fitness Challenges, Beauty Bits, Red Carpet Glamour, Book Reviews, Movie Reviews, Web Series, Music and much much more!
The Berlin Short Fiction Podcast The Berlin Short Fiction Podcast presents works of short fiction from all genres, all epochs, and all nations. It essentially encompasses all short fiction and essays, classic and modern, familiar and off the wall. Presented by A. Wallis Lloyd.
The Adventures of Lord Dinby Whitherspoon, Duke of Space A 1940's style science fiction radio drama featuring the adventures of Lord Dinby and his companions Huxley Simplebottom, Simson, Calculo, and Doris Street as they travel through the British Space Empire aboard the rocket-ship "the Wanderer," with danger, adventure, and low cunning at every turn. Episodes will air Monday Nights each season.
Black Nerd Power Black Nerd Power is a weekly podcast hosted by Markus Seaberry and Richard Douglas Jones. They discuss the worlds of Sci Fi & Fantasy from a black POV.
Nerdbong’s Splendiferous Stories For Slumber Join us before bedtime as we tell you a terrific tale or two with Nerdbong's Splendiferous Stories for Slumber. A new series of short stories for your aural pleasure. So sit back, relax and let Nerdbong take you on a journey of suspense and intrigue, with a sprinkle of terror.