Episode 182: B-Story and Into The Furnace

Posted in Meta on June 23, 2016 by dunesteef

B-Story

No, we’re not circling the drain. We actually have several stories in various stages of production. However, we aren’t presenting any of those to you today, and we didn’t want you to have to wait too long for the next episode. So, today is one of those…uh…meta episodes, where we talk about the upcoming changes to the podcast, as well as a nice introduction to Rish Outfield’s now available first novel, Into The Furnace. Enjoy the show, and be sure to purchase the book. The more sales, the faster Rish will have another written and produced.

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Into The Furnace Audiobook at Audible
Into The Furnace on Kindle
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Episode 181: Hope On The Rocks by AW Gifford

Posted in A.W. Gifford, Fantasy, Short Story on May 15, 2016 by dunesteef

Hope

Joel’s luck has gone south. He’s lost his job, his marriage has dissolved, and his truck crashed and his dog died…wait a minute, sorry, scratch those last two. This isn’t a country song, it’s a short story. Anyway, Joel has been pushed to the limit, and he’s thinking of giving up, unless something can change his luck…

Afterward, Big and Rish have an announcement to make about the future of the podcast. What changes might be in store, find out on the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine!

Special thanks to Gino Moretto, Barry Haworth, Bria Burton and Marshal Latham for lending their voices.

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Bria Burton’s Website
Gino Moretto’s Art Site
Marshal Latham’s Journey Into… Podcast
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Fake Sean v Superman: Dawn of Bromance

Posted in Comedy on March 24, 2016 by dunesteef

FSVSM

With Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice hitting theaters, Fake Sean Connery hopped in the car to head out to the theater, but his automobile had different plans, and Fake Sean found himself in hot water. If only someone could help…a bird, or a plane, or…or…

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Episode 180: TWSC – Greetings From The Ninth Sector by Rish Outfield

Posted in Horror, Rish Outfield, Science Fiction, Short Story, TWSC on February 24, 2016 by dunesteef

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What a strange trip it’s been. And speaking of strange trips, we bring you the final winning entry in the Triple Word Score Contest, “Greetings from the Ninth Sector.” Corporal Bruce Otterson sends home a message each day as the ship he’s on travels where very few men have gone before . . . for a reason.

Afterword, surprise, Big and Rish talk about the story! And give special thanks to Sonny See for his unusual production of the story.

Special thanks to Sonny See and Josh Roseman for lending their voices, and to Sonny See for producing the story as well as the art, and the awesome YouTube video for that matter.

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Episode 179: TWSC – Wrong Ingredients by B.D. Anklevich

Posted in Big Anklevich, Fantasy, Short Story, TWSC on January 27, 2016 by dunesteef

WrongIngredients

Almost there folks. We’re coming to the end of our TWSC stories. This time it’s Big Anklevich with a tale about a doppelganger, and the mischief that he can get up to.

Afterward, Rish and Big talk about writing, goals, and facing a grocery store. It’s scintillating stuff.

Special thanks to Brian Lincoln for producing and lending his voice to the story.

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Episode 178: Present Of The Christmas Ghost by Rish Outfield

Posted in Christmas, Fantasy, Horror, Rish Outfield, Short Story on December 24, 2015 by dunesteef

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We’ve all met one of them in our life. You know those people who think Christmas is a humbug. People that think there’s more of gravy than of grave to a ghost story. People that just don’t care about the holidays…if only they had a name to call them…anyway, today’s story is about that guy.

Afterward, Rish and Big talk about the story and just what it means, oh, and I’ll let you know right now, California Rish does not make an appearance.

Special thanks to Tena Kolakowski for lending her voice to the story.

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Music by Kevin MacLeod from Incompetech.com.
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Episode 177: Wikihistory by Desmond Warzel

Posted in Comedy, Desmond Warzel, Science Fiction, Short Story on December 15, 2015 by dunesteef

Wikihistory

The International Association of Time Travelers member forum has some lively discussion going on over at the Europe – Twentieth Century – Second World War subforum. Let’s listen in and see…

Afterward, Rish and Big talk about online culture and World War II, but separately, because, you know, there’d have to be time travel involved for them to come together at all.

Special thanks to Marshal Latham, Bria Burton, Tena Kolakowski, John Higham, and Jonathan Wilson for lending their voices to the story, to Justin Charles for producing the episode and to Jonathan Wilson for providing the art.

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Desmond Warzel’s Recently Revamped Blog
Journey Into 106, The Secret Diary by Cassie Alexander
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Also, here’s a variant cover provided by our intrepid producer Justin Charles, who made some art like he always does, not knowing that someone else already had. I hate to see his work go to waste, so I include it below.

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Episode 176: TWSC – The Mosquito Room by Katherine Inskip

Posted in Katherine Inskip, Science Fiction, Short Story, TWSC on November 24, 2015 by dunesteef

dune rabbit

Katherine Inskip has a bit of Biopunk for you. The Company is under attack. Someone’s hacked Factory-9’s fruiting knotweed. Water filtration’s screwed, there’s untreated effluent everywhere…oh, and the plants are oozing blood, apparently. And if all that wasn’t enough, Chris has got a friggin’ tour group to deal with. Could it be worse?

Afterward, Rish and Big talk about Biopunk, not being smart enough for Biopunk, and all the things that they talked about the first time they tried to do the episode and the recorder’s battery died.

Special thanks to Renee Chambliss and Katherine Inskip for lending their voices to the story, and to Justin Charles for producing the episode and providing the art.

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Katherine Inskip’s Twitter
Renee Chambliss’s Site
Biopunk is a real thing. I didn’t coin the term. I must have just heard it somewhere before.
Stupid Americans think The Martian is based on a true story
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Episode 175: Ship Of Fools by David Farland (Part 2)

Posted in Adventure, David Farland, Fantasy, Short Story on October 25, 2015 by dunesteef

ShipOFools

At long last, the second half of David Farland’s “Ship of Fools.” What has become of Erstwhyle, Baron Blunder, and Amilee. Will Prince Crydon have them to rend to pieces and stomp underfoot, or will they find some way to counter his evil magic?

Afterward, Rish and Big about…oh, they talk about writing again? You gotta be kidding me.

Special thanks to Renee Chambliss, Graeme Dunlop and Ben Gifford for lending their voices to the story.

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David Farland’s Site
David Farland’s Writing Classes
Graeme Dunlop’s Cast of Wonders
Graeme Dunlop on PodCastle
Renee Chambliss’s Site
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Episode 174: Ship Of Fools by David Farland (Part 1)

Posted in David Farland, Fantasy, Horror, Novelette on September 3, 2015 by dunesteef

Ship of Fools

David Farland brings us the tale of a group of jesters; Erstwhyle, Baron Blunder, and Amilee; making a long journey to the dark and forbidding Castle Crydon to compete in a contest of fools that could fetch them a purse of 1,000 guldars. Could they possibly win? And if they win, might they still lose?

Afterward, Rish and Big surprisingly talk very little, but after all it’s only the end of part one, they’ll surely gabble on for hours after part two, so if you like that sort of thing, fear not.

Special thanks to Renee Chambliss, Graeme Dunlop and Ben Gifford for lending their voices to the story.

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David Farland’s Site
David Farland’s Writing Classes
Graeme Dunlop’s Cast of Wonders
Graeme Dunlop on PodCastle
Renee Chambliss’s Site
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