Archive for July, 2009

Episode 40: The Edge Of The Map by Ian Creasey

Posted in Adventure, Fantasy, Ian Creasey, Science Fiction, Short Story on July 22, 2009 by dunesteef

In the near-future, where a steadily growing network of nano-cameras keep watch over almost everything, a reporter wants one last chance to get an old-fashioned scoop. So she heads to the last blind spot in the world, before the nano-cam network achieves 100% coverage. But just what exactly is waiting for her there?

Also, Rish and Big introduce to you the newest (shameless and always unsuccessful) promotional contest. It’s the Name That Quote Contest!

Special thanks to Emma Dubery for narrating today’s story.

Right click to download the episode HERE.

Related Links:

Ian Creasey’s Site
onClassical’s music at


Episode 39: The One Year Anniversary Special

Posted in Big Anklevich, Comedy, Horror, Rish Outfield, Science Fiction on July 14, 2009 by dunesteef

It’s been a year since the Dunesteef sullied the net with its presence! Big and Rish talk a little bit about the year that was, favorite moments, which show has been the most popular, what they’ve learned, who they’d like to thank, and what the other should apologize for. Also, they throw in a couple of bonus stories: “Devo” by Rish Outfield and “The Shortest Ghost Story Ever Told” by Big Anklevich.

Special thanks to Josh Roseman and Amory Lowe for voicing “Devo” and Nicole Suddeth for voicing “The Shortest Ghost Story Ever Told.”

Right click to download the episode HERE.


Posted in Administrative on July 10, 2009 by dunesteef

Hey, folks, it’s the last bit of the Spring Issue: the promos. Here’s a promo we made, three different length versions of it, that you can canvas the internet with. If you have a podcast, feel free to include it on your show. Or email it to your friends, telling them it’s the new Young Jeezy track or whatever. It’s a Creative Commons file folks, so use it as you see fit.

Right click to download:
Promo Long Version
Promo Mid Length
Promo Short

Episode 38: Japanese Motorcycle Clob by Michael Stone

Posted in Comedy, Fantasy, Michael Stone, Short Story on July 4, 2009 by dunesteef

In a sequel to “Lonely Heart Clob,” Leonard has finally won the heart of the lovely Catherine Hewson.  But how can he keep her?  His semi-imaginary pig companion Clob has a suggestion or two.
And, in the final episode of the spring issue, Big and Rish talk about Pixar Animation Studio, their newest film UP, their previous efforts, their distinguished competition, and something called Shrek Syndrome. The episode is long, but hopefully it’s as good as it is long.

Special thanks to Emma Dubery for lending her voice to today’s episode.

Right click to download the episode HERE.

Related Links:

Lonely Heart Clob
Mike Stone’s Website
The Undead: Flesh Feast at
Fourtold, Michael Stone’s Novella Collection, at

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