Episode 15: Framing And Mounting Fairies by Kevin Anderson

In this lovely little how-to article, Dr. Morgan Z. Vile, instructs our curious readers in the delicate and fanciful art of mounting and framing woodland fairies for display in the home. This is a must read article for any hunter of the fey folk.

Also, Big and Rish talk about the many entrants to the October Scary Story Event, and what you can expect in the months to come!

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Right click to download the episode HERE.

Related Links:

Kevin Anderson’s Website

Art by Mitch Cudney

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4 Responses to “Episode 15: Framing And Mounting Fairies by Kevin Anderson”

  1. That’s extremely funny. Well done.

  2. I loved the DIY approach to this and the “official” manner in which it was presented! Well done!

    ~Doug

  3. Mike Shawaluk Says:

    Hi,

    I’m catching up on the past episodes, having just learned about this podcast a few weeks ago when they narrated a couple stories on StarShipSofa. I just heard this episode today while I was working out in the gym, and it was all I could do to stop from laughing out loud. The sound effects really made the difference on this reading; my favorite was the one for “erectile dysfunction”.

    I really enjoy the episodes, and hope to catch up to the present in another week or two. Keep up the good work! I might even send a contribution! Really!

    Yours, etc.

    Brigadier Mike Shawaluk (Mrs.)

    PS – I know what Dunesteef stands for!

  4. Mike, do you really know what “Dunesteef” means? If so, tell me, because Big won’t let me know.

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