Archive for August, 2016

Episode 184: I, Zombie by Christopher Munroe

Posted in Christopher Munroe, Horror, Short Story on August 21, 2016 by dunesteef

IZombie

When the zombie apocalypse arrived, we weren’t prepared. We fought amongst ourselves. We did everything wrong. Now, breathers are a minority to the zees. We run and hide constantly from the shambling hordes, as they are driven onward by their never-ending hunger for warm, living flesh. That’s why they do it, right?

Afterward, Big and Rish talk…well, zombies of course. Then they hit two things that they forgot to include in the last episode. Sorry about that guys, we meant to do them, but when we lost our first recording, we became scatterbrained.

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Christopher Munroe’s Website
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Episode 183: Not The Bee Episode!

Posted in Andrew O'Dell, Andy Dillbeck, Bria Burton, Cameron, Fantasy, Gino Moretto, Horror, Nobilis Reed, Rish Outfield, Sam, Science Fiction on August 1, 2016 by dunesteef

bees

A while back, Big’s child displayed an irrational fear of bees, causing concern, irritation, and sleeplessness. But something positive has come out of it . . . an all-new episode of the Dunesteef. Join Big, Rish, and a friendly policeman as we hear various takes on the idea, from listeners Andrew O’Dell, Gino Moretto, Sam, Bria Burton, Andy Dillbeck, Cameron, Nobilis Reed, and Rish Outfield. Yes, the Bee Episode.

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In case you didn’t get it last time: Into The Furnace Audiobook at Audible
Into The Furnace on Kindle
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