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Episode 194: Scare Tactics by Aeryn Rudel

Posted in Aeryn Rudel, Horror, Short Story on June 25, 2017 by dunesteef

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Lindsey is a paranormal investigator, but she has an advantage on most, because she has the demon Adramelech captured in a Raggedy Ann doll, and it does her bidding, which makes casting out the demon really simple. Today, however, things are different. The house they’ve come to investigate has an actual presence that’s already there, and it has bad intentions.

Afterward, Big and Rish talk about continuing stories, Patreons, and changes coming to the podcast in the near future.

Special thanks to Margaret Essex for lending her voice to this production.

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Episode 193: Like A Good Neighbor (Part Two) by Rish Outfield

Posted in Fantasy, Horror, Rish Outfield, Short Story on May 18, 2017 by dunesteef

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We conclude our presentation of “Like A Good Neighbor.” AKA many things. Lara spends more time with Old Widow Holcomb, learning spells and finding out more about her. And where it stops, nobody knows!

Afterward, Big and Rish talk about endings, story length and decisions, and knowing when to walk away (and knowing when to run).

Oh, and here’s a link to the “announcement episode” of That Gets My Goat they refer to.

Special thanks to Bria Burton for lending her voice to this production.

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Like a Good Neighbor on Amazon or Audible.
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Episode 192: Like A Good Neighbor (Part One) by Rish Outfield

Posted in Fantasy, Horror, Rish Outfield, Short Story on April 22, 2017 by dunesteef

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When Lara Demming awakens at night, she discovers Old Lady Holcomb next door is more than she appears to be.

Afterward, Rish and Big talk about the few things that they can after only reaching the halfway point of a story. So, they discuss the origin of the tale, and the many iterations of the title.

Note: the title Rish could not remember was “Believe It Or Not.” Yeah.

Special thanks to Bria Burton for playing ALL of the female characters in this story! Way to kick some sass, honey!

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Can’t wait to hear the rest? Or maybe you just want to chuck some money Rish’s way in appreciation for the story. Check out “Like a Good Neighbor” on Amazon or Audible.
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Episode 191: My Porcelain Monster by Eric Dean

Posted in Eric Dean, Horror, Short Story on March 12, 2017 by dunesteef

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“Time to feed the toilet monster.”

He has a different kind of monster than most, and he can’t shake it. He sees it every day of his life. Is there no way he can defeat it? Find out in “My Porcelain Monster” by Eric Dean.

Afterward, Rish and Big talk about the difficulties and the triumphs of taking something not generally considered scary, and making it so.

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Episode 186: The Dune Steef Project

Posted in Big Anklevich, Horror, Rish Outfield on October 30, 2016 by dunesteef

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In the tradition of those “Ghost Hunters” shows and possibly BLAIR WITCH, we bring you “The Dune Steef Project.” Rish and Big brave a visit to his uncle’s purportedly-haunted house to spend a couple of hours podcasting and seeing what might go bump in the night. Will they uncover evidence of an actual supernatural presence, or will this end up being, well, like those “Ghost Hunters” shows and BLAIR WITCH?

Happy Halloween!

Special thanks to Gino Moretto for providing the art and Chris and Tena Kolakowski for music and other assistance with today’s episode.

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Episode 184: I, Zombie by Christopher Munroe

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

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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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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

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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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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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Check out Sonny’s awesome preview YouTube video HERE if you haven’t seen it already.
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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 174: Ship Of Fools by David Farland (Part 1)

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

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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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