Archive for July, 2008

Episode 4: Spiritual Tripping by Joshua Scribner

Posted in Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Joshua Scribner, Short Story on July 31, 2008 by dunesteef

Zane and Kali have gotten their hands on an amazing new drug, but what exactly does this drug have in store for them?

This week, Rish and Big talk extensively about “The Dark Knight.” If you haven’t seen the film, don’t listen to the intro, because there are several spoilers in their conversation. We are making two versions of the podcast available this week, one with the Batman conversation, and one without.

Special thanks to Melissa Hills for the episode art.

Right click to download the long version of the podcast with the Batman conversation HERE. Right click to download the short version with no mention of Batman whatsoever HERE.

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Episode 3: Raising Archie by Michael Stone

Posted in Comedy, Fantasy, Michael Stone, Short Story on July 23, 2008 by dunesteef

James has a friend who acquired a large egg via an internet auction site. Now it’s has hatched. Is his friend putting him on or did this thing really emerge from the egg?

Special thanks to Melissa Hills for the episode art.

Right Click to download the story here.

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***Advisory For Submitting Writers***

Posted in Administrative on July 19, 2008 by dunesteef

On July 8th, a problem occurred with our email delivery. We stopped receiving submissions from anyone. Once we realized the problem, we began furious work to fix it, and we are excited to say that everything is now okay. The address submissions (at) dunesteef (dot) com is back up.

If you sent us a story in the period between 7/8/08 – 7/18/08, then we likely didn’t receive it. Please resend it to us, because we want to read it. Thanks, and sorry about the irritation.

Episode 2: Stalled by Merrill Page

Posted in Drama, Horror, Merrill Page, Romance, Short Story on July 15, 2008 by dunesteef

Rob thinks he’s in the fast lane in life, headed to the top in a high powered job, but something grotesque happens to teach him that he may be wrong about that.

Last week we provided a version with and without the intro. We discovered, in doing this, that such a practice eats up a lot of storage space. So we are taking a new tact. We have relegated all our witty banter and senseless rantings to the end of the podcast, after the story. Therefore, if you are one of those people who would rather listen to a Tina Turner song than listen to the pathetic attempts at entertainment our hosts provide, when the story ends, just hit the skip button on your player, and voila, you have an intro free version of the story. Thanks for your cooperation.

Special thanks to Melissa Hills for the episode art.

Right click to download the story HERE.

Episode 1: Double Vision by Derek L. Palmer

Posted in Comedy, Derek L. Palmer, Drama, Horror, Science Fiction, Short Story on July 8, 2008 by dunesteef

We present to you our first story: Double Vision by Derek L. Palmer.

Duncan Curtis and Paul Oaker have been best friends their whole lives, but something is about to come between them, and what’s worse is that it’s themselves…or is it?

Special thanks to Melissa Hills for the episode art.

Download the story with the intro by Big Anklevich and Rish Outfield.
Download the story without the intro.

Episode 0: Intro from the Editors

Posted in First Episode on July 2, 2008 by dunesteef


Here it is, our first…er…zeroth episode. In it, Rish Outfield and Big Anklevich give you a little preview of what you can expect from The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine.

We apologize for the quality of the audio in this first offering. There are some strange audio issues, but as a whole there’s no big problem. We have already diagnosed the problem, and our future podcasts should not have any audio issues at all. Please stick with us and check out our first story next week. Thanks.

Right click to Download Episode 0

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