Episode 170: Be Progressive, Be, Be Progressive by Rish Outfield

Posted in Audio Drama, Comedy, Live Reading, Rish Outfield on April 8, 2015 by dunesteef

BeProgressive

Hey! It’s another barbecue sketch! Hope you’re up for it. This time we get to see a bunch of guys try to one up each other on just how amazingly progressive they are. Enjoy?

Afterward, Rish and Big try to apologize for the sketch, oh and they talk about a few other things too.

Special thanks to Johnny Fiesty and Dave Thompson, Ex-Podcastle Enforcer for lending their voices to the sketch.

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Related Links:

Rish Outfield’s Blog
Johnny Feisty’s Site
Podcastle, No longer Dave Thompson’s Site
Spiritual Noir, Still Dave Thompson’s Site
The First Barbecue Sketch and the Second Barbecue Sketch
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
Photo was courtesy David Wagner.
Music was from Through the Door by David John Hull.
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Episode 169: Calamari Stakeout by Austin Malone

Posted in Austin Malone, Fantasy, Short Story on February 28, 2015 by dunesteef

CalamariStakeout

The Trench is the only waterway that a ship can take to get to the western continent. Unfortunately, there at the entrance, between the twin peaks of Seidar and Phaestia, prowls Ol’ Sly, a gigantic squid creature that would like nothing more than to crack a ship open like a jaca fruit, and pick the sailors out and eat them like the sweet seeds. Small Fry and the Admiral have a plan, though. They mean to take down Ol’ Sly once and for all, and open the western continent to their ships.

Afterward, Rish and Big try to decide what really is the worst way to wake up, live squid or porcupine covered in hair gel? Oh, and song. You have been warned.

Special thanks to Justin Charles for producing the story and doing the episode art, and to Julie Hoverson for lending her voice to the tale.

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Related Links:

Austin Malone’s Site
Julie Hoverson’s 19 Nocturne Boulevard
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
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Episode 168: Say Uncle by Rish Outfield

Posted in Rish Outfield, Science Fiction, Short Story on January 26, 2015 by dunesteef

SayUncle

Cal is driving down the road, his two year old nephew in the back, when the boy makes a strange sound. And begins to talk. And talk. And talk.

Afterward, Rish tries to defend his story, and Big talks about time travel. Again.

Special thanks to Tobias Queen and Abigail Hilton for lending their voices to the tale.

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Related Links:

Rish Outfield’s Blog
Abbie Hilton’s Site
Tobias Queen’s Site
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
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Episode 167: Dear Santa by B.D. Anklevich

Posted in Big Anklevich, Christmas, Fantasy, Short Story on December 25, 2014 by dunesteef

DearSantaDunesteef

Just under the wire, since there’s still a few hours left of Christmas…at least in our time zone, here’s our annual holiday spectacular.

Jaxon has written a letter to Santa Claus. He needs something a little out of the ordinary this Christmas. Will he get it? Ho, ho ho!

Afterwards, Big and Rish talk about the story, believing in Santa, and the crazy things people name their children…and their characters these days.

Special thanks to Justin Charles for producing today’s story, and to Renee Chambliss and Dave Robison for lending their voices to the tale.

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I also wanted to share the alternative art that was created for the story by Justin Charles. I had already made the first art, so I stuck with it, but this one was fun enough that I wanted to show it to everyone:

dear santa art

Related Links:

Big Anklevich’s Blog
Renee Chambliss’s Site
Dave Robison’s Round Table Podcast
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
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Episode 166: TWSC – Clean Up by Josh Roseman

Posted in Fantasy, Josh Roseman, Science Fiction, Short Story on November 17, 2014 by dunesteef

clean up artwork

The Chromatic Knights are out destroying vampires, which means that the clean up crew will have some work to do. The Blue Knight does a lot of good, but he really ought to give a thought or two to the little guy.

I’m a trombone, you’re a clarinet. Afterward, Rish and Big talk janitor work, Little Caesars, and wait…why is that light blinking? What does that blinking light mean?

Special thanks to Justin Charles for producing today’s story as well as providing the episode art, and to Renee Chambliss and Julie Hoverson for lending their voices to the tale.

Right click HERE to download the episode, select Save Link As, and save the file to your hard drive.

Related Links:

Josh Roseman’s Site
Renee Chambliss’s Site
Julie Hoverson’s 19 Nocturne Boulevard
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Episode 165: TWSC – The Short Life And Slow Death Of Timmy Van Lowe by Bryan Lincoln

Posted in Bryan Lincoln, Fantasy, Horror, Poem on October 9, 2014 by dunesteef

Timmy Van Lowe

An entity is pulled from its slumber, to perform its duty. What is that duty? It’s pretty distasteful. Listen to the dark poem by Bryan Lincoln that was good enough to force Big and Rish’s hand, and make them run their least favorite literary genre on their show.

Afterward, Rish and Big curse Bryan’s name, and vow to avenge the wrong he has done to them. They also praise his good looks, and flounder about pathetically while trying to interpret just what happened in the poem. Luckily, Sonny See was there to rescue them.

Special thanks to Sonny See for producing and narrating today’s story, as well as providing the episode art.

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Related Links:

Bryan Lincoln’s Site
“Fireflies” by BD Anklevich, read it on his blog
“Dr. Claw” by BD Anklevich, read it on his blog
Chapter One of Sunny and Gray by BD Anklevich, read it on his blog
Marshal’s Kickstarter campaign
Algar Van Cluth’s Site
Silver by Tad Callin, a second person story that appeared on the Dunesteef.
The Return by Kevin David Anderson, a poem that appeared on the Dunesteef.
July, 2008, a month that the Dunesteef was a weekly show.
Music in the story was by Verbum Mentis.
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
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Episode 164: The Empire State Building Strikes Back by Matthew Sanborn Smith

Posted in Fantasy, Matthew Sanborn Smith, Science Fiction, Short Story on September 24, 2014 by dunesteef

THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING STRIKES BACK COVER ART

At long last, the story that you never thought you’d hear. It’s the lostest of the lost episodes of the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine.

It is the age of super science. Dr. Nefarious is on the verge of inducing the singularity and destroying the world. The only hope for humanity is Malcolm…well, he’s not the only hope, there is a plan C. Don’t look for plan B, it’s not back there.

Afterward, Big and Rish apologize profusely to Matthew, and tell the sad, twisted tale of The Empire State Building Strikes Back‘s journey to audio publication. It’s a really sad, twisted tale. And…we’re really sorry this took so long, Matthew.

Special thanks to Renee Chambliss, Marshal Latham, Dave Thompson “Podcastle Enforcer”, L. Scribe Harris, and Tom Tancredi for lending their voices to the episode, and to Sonny See for providing the episode art.

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Related Links:

Go Plug Yourself: Rish Outfield’s “Birth of a Sidekick” on Kindle or on Audible.com
Marshal Latham’s Journey Into… Podcast
Renee Chambliss’s site
Dave Thompson on Podcastle
Music in the story was by Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com.
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
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Episode 163: TWSC – Switching by Bria Burton

Posted in Bria Burton, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Short Story on August 28, 2014 by dunesteef

Switching

Bria Burton brings the boys some bait and a switch. When Crystal awakens in another woman’s body, she thinks she knows what she’s there for, but this switch is different than her past experiences.

Afterward, Rish and Big talk about the premise of this Triple Word Score contest winner, but can’t quite recall what show it reminds them of.

Special thanks to Wendy Cooper for producing today’s story, and to Renee Chambliss, Nicole Suddeth, and Wendy Cooper for lending their voices to the episode.

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Related Links:

Bria Burton’s Blog
Renee Chambliss
Song by Anthony Morgan
Music in the story was Shores of Avalon, and Promises to Keep by Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com, and some selections from freemusicarchive.
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
Image Courtesy of Jess Liotta and Colin Liotta, Image was cropped to square and title was added.
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Episode 162: Last Contact by Rish Outfield and B.D. Anklevich

Posted in Big Anklevich, Rish Outfield, Science Fiction, Short Story on July 30, 2014 by dunesteef

Last Contact - final

Everyone finds the Others revolting. They are aliens, unwelcome visitors now squatting on Earth. And when Hughes is forced to partner up with one of the Others for his Biology class presentation, he is mortified and disgusted. But will he still feel that way once he’s gotten to know her?

Afterwards, we invite the producer of today’s story, Clay Dugger, into the studio to discuss the story, its length, and lack of awesomeness.

Special thanks to Clay Dugger for producing today’s story, to Renee Chambliss, Thea Killen-Smith, Dave Robison, Rich Girardi, Abigail Hilton, jay Langejans, Julie Hoverson, Joe Zieja, Gina Moretto, Bryan Lincoln, and Clay Dugger for lending their voices to the episode, and to Gino Moretto for creating the art for the story.

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Related Links:

Clay Dugger’s ConCast
Renee Chambliss’s Site
Dave Robison’s Roundtable Podcast
Thea Killen-Smith’s LinkedIn
Jay Langejans Site
Abigail Hilton’s Guild of the Cowry Catchers
Julie Hoverson’s 19 Nocturne Boulevard
Joe Zieja’s Site
Gino Moretto’s Death From Above
Bryan Lincoln Audio
Song by Anthony Morgan
Music by incompetech.com
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Episode 161: TWSC – What Could Be Worse Than Murray’s Chinese Cuisine? by Void Munashii

Posted in Comedy, Horror, Short Story, TWSC, Void Munashii on July 12, 2014 by dunesteef

MurraysChineseCuisine

On their way home from what possibly could have been the worst Chinese restaurant of all time, Marty and Liza miss a hairpin turn on an icy road, and get to find out just what exactly could be worse than Murray’s Chinese Cuisine.

Afterwards, it’s Stephen King vs. George R. R. Martin, planners vs. pantsers, and Hulk vs. anti-vaccine folks.

Special thanks to Pete Nixon for producing today’s story, and to Matt Nixon, Heather Nixon, and Todd Flatland for lending their voices to the episode.

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Related Links:

Void Munashii’s Blog
Void Munashii’s Dax Plays Faire
Song by Anthony Morgan
Image Courtesy of Eric Heupel, Image was cropped to square and title was added.
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