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The Fantasy Fiction Podcast

Author : Frances Rowat Narrator : James Thomson Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums First published in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet. Rated PG-13. Ink, and Breath, and Spring by Frances Rowat The wheelbarrow thumped a jolt into Palwick's arms with every third step as he led Mattish back […] The post PodCastle 637: Ink, and Breath, and Spring appeared first on PodCastle.

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Author : Jen Brown Narrator : C. L. Clark Host : Emmalia Harrington Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Originally published in FIYAH. Rated PG. While Dragons Claim the Sky By Jen Brown [Note: This is Part 2 of a two-part novelette. Please visit last week’s post to …
Discuss on Forums Originally published in FIYAH. Rated PG. While Dragons Claim the Sky By Jen Brown When a breeze shook the reed curtains in mama’s salon, I thought it might be another dragon gliding low, stopping to drink from Lake Mritil. ‘Course, mama and I weren’t afraid; we loved …
Author : Charlotte Perkins Gilman Narrator : Anaea Lay Host : Kitty Sarkozy Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Originally published in Gilman's collection When I Was a Witch and reprinted in Fantasy Magazine. This story is in the public domain. Rated PG. When I Was a Witch …
Author : Rachael K. Jones Narrator : Tatiana Grey Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Originally published by Beneath Ceaseless Skies. Rated PG-13. The Night Bazaar for Women Becoming Reptiles By Rachael K. Jones In the desert, all the footprints lead into Oasis, and …
Author : Tony Pi Narrator : Wilson Fowlie Host : Jen R. Albert Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Previously published in Clockwork Canada: Steampunk Fiction. CW: Grief and mentions of suicide. Rated PG-13. Our Chymical Séance By Tony Pi To thoroughly inspect the spacious Silverbirch Room before …
Author : Tim Pratt Host : Hamilton Perez Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Originally published at Strange Horizons. Rated PG for superseded oracles, despots past their expiration dates and probability witches. Another End of the Empire By Tim Pratt “I am here,” Mogrash said. “Give me the …
Author : Aimee Ogden Narrator : Elizabeth Green Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Previously published in the Hidden Menagerie Vol. 2 anthology and reprinted in The Dark. Content warning: domestic violence, violence against a child, gore Rated R. A Cruelty That Cut Both …
Author : C.S.E. Cooney Narrator : Julia Rios Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Originally published in Uncanny Magazine. Previously published in Jonathan Strahan's The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume Twelve, and Subterranean Press's The Best of Uncanny Magazine (2020). …
Author : Chris Barnham Narrator : Matt Dovey Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Dimension6, Issue 16 (April 2019). Rated PG. Vincent’s Penny By Chris Barnham May 1941 I’m a child this time. Five or six years old. Fully clothed under a bed, on …
Author : Claire Humphrey Narrator : Jen R. Albert Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums PodCastle 627: We Are the Flower is a PodCastle original. Rated PG-13. Includes copious F-bombs. We Are the Flower By Claire Humphrey I didn’t clue in until I saw …
Authors : Tina Connolly and A.C. Wise Narrators : Tina Connolly and Dani Daly Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums "A Sharp Breath of Birds" was originally published in Uncanny Magazine. "A Guide to Birds by Song (After Death)" was originally published in Clockwork …
Author : Gem Isherwood Narrator : Eve Upton Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums PodCastle 625: Salt and Iron is a PodCastle original. Rated R. Salt and Iron By Gem Isherwood There’s a gash across her cheekbone, glass in her arm and her lower …
Author : Eden Royce Narrator : Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali Host : Eleanor Wood Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums This story was a PodCastle original back when we ran it for the first time in 2017. Rated PG-13. Crickets Sing for Naomi By Eden Royce “If these danggone crickets …
Author : Allison Thai Narrator : Jennifer Tran Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums PodCastle 623: Caring For Dragons and Growing a Flower is a PodCastle original. Rated PG-13, for found footage and lost loves. Author's dedication I dedicate this story to my grandfather …
PodCastle 622: Spoken For April 14, 2020
Author : Evan Kennedy Narrator : Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali Host : Jen R. Albert Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums PodCastle 622: Spoken For is a PodCastle original. Rated PG-13. Spoken For by Evan Kennedy Twenty-five years after the magic came back, Auden’s wife got turned to stone. It …
Author : Emma Osborne Narrator : Megan Leigh Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums Previously published by Uncanny Magazine. Rated R. A Salt and Sterling Tongue By Emma Osborne I found my dying boy curled up in a pile of straw wet with his …
Author : Gerri Leen Narrator : Tina C. Connolly Host : Laura Pearlman Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Artist : Matt Dovey The Thing in the Basement by Gerri Leen You can hear it, in the basement, behind the metal boxes that your human puts her outer-coverings in just when …
Author : Nin Harris Narrator : Chang Yiun Yee Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Behravesh Discuss on Forums PodCastle 620: When Hope Is Lost, Touch Remains is a PodCastle original. Content warning for violence and sexual content. Rated R for steamy friction, physical and ethical. When Hope …
March 2020 Metacast March 28, 2020
Transcript (Alasdair) Hi everyone, Alasdair here. We’re not going to ask how you are right now, because we have a pretty good idea. You’re fine. You’re FINE. You’re the same version of fine as everyone right now, the one Aerosmith sang about. The one where you’re alternately anxious, terrified, furious …