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SGL (Tales of the Big Bad Wolf) joins Greg X. Graves to talk to you about MONSTERS!
Reading:Tales of the Big Bad Wolf: Little Red Riding Hood: Chapter 15a by SGL, read by Fes Works
Music: Set Me Free (Uplift Remix) by Jackal Queenston (Conquer)*320k, Bass-boosted MP3 available for purchase.

fesworks:

LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE >

SGL (Tales of the Big Bad Wolf) joins Greg X. Graves to talk to you about MONSTERS!

Reading:
Tales of the Big Bad Wolf: Little Red Riding Hood: Chapter 15a by SGL, read by Fes Works

Music: Set Me Free (Uplift Remix) by Jackal Queenston (Conquer)
*320k, Bass-boosted MP3 available for purchase.

fesworks:

Listen to the episode >
Becka Shutsumon (Firebird Fiction) joins A. M. Harte and new co-host Greg X. Graves to talk to you about “Dead Fiction”: it’s webfiction that has been abandoned (or dead). We also talk about if you try to work on it again and it comes back (Zombie Webfiction).

fesworks:

Listen to the episode >

Becka Shutsumon (Firebird Fiction) joins A. M. Harte and new co-host Greg X. Graves to talk to you about “Dead Fiction”: it’s webfiction that has been abandoned (or dead). We also talk about if you try to work on it again and it comes back (Zombie Webfiction).

fesworks:

Angie Capozello (Tech Tigger) and John Wiswell (The Bathroom Monologues) join A. M. Harte to talk to you about “Flash Fiction”. Flash Fiction, simply put, is typically when you write about 1000 words story.
Reading:Addergoole: Rainfall by Lyn Thorne-Alder & Elasmo, read by Jason Strawsburg
Music: Waiting for the Night by Furries in a Blender (Storm World) *320k, Bass-boosted MP3 available for purchase.
View the episode post and links, or download the MP3.

fesworks:

Angie Capozello (Tech Tigger) and John Wiswell (The Bathroom Monologues) join A. M. Harte to talk to you about “Flash Fiction”. Flash Fiction, simply put, is typically when you write about 1000 words story.

Reading:
Addergoole: Rainfall by Lyn Thorne-Alder & Elasmo, read by Jason Strawsburg

Music: Waiting for the Night by Furries in a Blender (Storm World)
*320k, Bass-boosted MP3 available for purchase.

View the episode post and links, or download the MP3.

fesworks:

Webfiction World podcast episode 9 is now online! People the world over are familiar with superhero comics, but what about  in webfiction? Jim Zoetewey (In My Daydreams) joins A. M. Harte to talk  to you about superhero webfiction. Producer Fes Works joins in during  the second segment for discussion and perspective.

fesworks:

Webfiction World podcast episode 9 is now online!

People the world over are familiar with superhero comics, but what about in webfiction? Jim Zoetewey (In My Daydreams) joins A. M. Harte to talk to you about superhero webfiction. Producer Fes Works joins in during the second segment for discussion and perspective.

fesworks:

Webfiction World Podcast - Episode 8

http://www.webcastbeacon.com/webfiction-008/

Nina (Wattpad) joins A. M. Harte to talk to you about Wattpad and online fiction communities, and a bit on reading webfiction on mobile devices.

With readings from Addergoole by Lyn Thorne-Alder & Elasmo, and The Aphorisms of Kherishdar by M.C.A. Hogarth.

Webfiction World on Facebook

If you’re enjoying the webfiction podcast thus far, why not like the page on Facebook?

Feel free to drop show suggestions and requests on the wall, and help make the podcast even better!

Discussing Web Series Writing Month and writing marathons more generally along with Epiguide editor Kira Lerner, author of About Schuyler Falls.
Includes a reading from Tales of the Big Bad Wolf by Sgl, and shout outs to various writing marathons including: A Round of Words in 80 Days, National Novel Writing Month, National Blog Posting Month, Script Frenzy, July Novel Writing Month, Interactive Fiction Writing Month, Travel Writing Month, and more.

Discussing Web Series Writing Month and writing marathons more generally along with Epiguide editor Kira Lerner, author of About Schuyler Falls.

Includes a reading from Tales of the Big Bad Wolf by Sgl, and shout outs to various writing marathons including: A Round of Words in 80 Days, National Novel Writing Month, National Blog Posting Month, Script Frenzy, July Novel Writing Month, Interactive Fiction Writing Month, Travel Writing Month, and more.

fesworks:

Webfiction World Episode 4

Discussing the genre of fantasy with special guest Tim Holtorf, author of Black Mask & Pale Rider.
Includes a reading from Tim Holtorf’s serial, and shout outs to various webfiction including: Scryer’s Gulch and An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom by MeiLin Miranda; 314 Crescent Manor by M Jones; The Peacock King by Irk and Char; and The Astonishing Adventures of Lord Likely by Andrew D. Fanton.

fesworks:

Webfiction World Episode 4

Discussing the genre of fantasy with special guest Tim Holtorf, author of Black Mask & Pale Rider.

Includes a reading from Tim Holtorf’s serial, and shout outs to various webfiction including: Scryer’s Gulch and An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom by MeiLin Miranda; 314 Crescent Manor by M Jones; The Peacock King by Irk and Char; and The Astonishing Adventures of Lord Likely by Andrew D. Fanton.

Webfiction Podcast….?

As you may have seen on Twitter, planning is underway for a potential webfiction podcast in conjunction with Webcomic Beacon.

Everything is tentative as yet but if you’re interested in being involved — as a host, guest, reader, or otherwise — do get in touch!

We’re also looking for recommendations of webfiction licensed under a Creative Commons license for the pilot episode.

Contact webfictiondaily@gmail.com with any comments.

Feb 9

Pseudopod

Pseudopod the world’s premier horror fiction podcast, bringing you the best short horror in audio form, to take with you anywhere.

WARNING: This is a podcast of horror fiction. The stories presented here are intended to disturb you. They are likely to contain death, graphic violence, explicit sex (including sexual violence), hate crimes, blasphemy, or other themes and images that hook deep into your psyche. If there are any themes that you cannot deal with in fiction, that are too strongly personal to you, please do not listen.