Much like ice cream, garlic, and really good chocolate, there are a variety of podcasts to suit every taste in fiction. (What do you mean you don't like garlic? That's just not right.)
Hugo Award-winning LIGHTSPEED MAGAZINE burst onto the interwebz in June of 2010. Under the leadership of editor John Joseph Adams, it soon merged with its sister FANTASY MAGAZINE and became one of the premiere markets for short fiction, and quality podcasts produced by Skyboat Media. You can ...continue reading "HEAR THAT? Lightspeed Magazine"
I love stories (I'm a writer, part of the job), audio fiction in particular. While I appreciate radio dramas and podcast plays, I have a particular fondness for audio productions of written work. There is a certain comfort in hearing "Once upon a time..." and "He said" and "She gripped the fighter's" that never fails to capture my imagination. Podcasts are shorter than audio books (another love of mine), and are the perfect bite-sized chunk of fiction to fill an afternoon of errands or housework, or the stillness of bedtime.
Fast forward to July 2011 and ...continue reading "HEAR THAT?"