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Dirt - An Audio Drama
DIRT
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A strange letter. An impossible sender. Secrets hidden in the ground. From STUDIO5705, a scripted fiction podcast set in present-day Washington State about a man’s journey to unlock a family mystery—and find things long ago buried. Seasons 1 and 2 now available.

MR. KEEN, TRACER OF LOST PERSONS
MR. KEEN, TRACER OF LOST PERSONS
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First debuted over the Blue Network on October 12, 1937, the show’s title accurately described Keen’s stock-in-trade; the “kindly old investigator” tracked down individuals who had mysteriously vanished, leaving behind their families, homes, jobs and other day-to-day activities.

Borderland: Love and severance on the new frontier
BORDERLAND: LOVE AND SEVERANCE ON THE NEW FRONTIER
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In 2036 a new nation is born: Borderland. It’s a wild and dangerous new frontier where what’s mine is yours, if you can take it. These songs and stories chronicle three generations of its inhabitants struggling to love and live in a land designed to divide. Written, performed and produced by Mark Alan Elliott For more: mark-elliott.net/borderland

Defrost (Voyage of the Volery #1)
DEFROST (VOYAGE OF THE VOLERY #1)
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Those who planned humanity’s escape from a doomed Earth didn’t wait for crowdfunding or positive public opinion polls. Construction on the UESS Volery was well underway when stories about Apophis colliding with Earth began to move from pseudo-science blogs to the front pages of the Associated Press. That was lucky. There wouldn’t have been time, otherwise. The ship was assembled in space, secretly, on the far side of the moon, and they finished her ahead of schedule. That was lucky, too. The world was running out of time. On the very day video imagery of the Remote Manipulator System's robotic arm breaking a bottle of Mumm Grand Cordon Stellar Champagne against the nanocarbite steel of her saucer section flashed across the Net on Earth, Apophis was sighted in the night sky. Soon afterward people could see Apophis with their naked eyes, but the Volery remained hidden. Even though the moon shrouded her in secrecy, she was talked about all over the Earth. People knew she was huge. Photographs of her sections, under construction, were leaked to the Net. People knew she was assembled in space. There were witnesses when one section or another launched past the Earth's atmosphere. Finally, people knew she was the most expensive craft humanity ever built. She took a multinational effort, funded by various governments and a few prominent billionaires. George A.C. Voler spent his entire fortune on her. At first, his family and friends mocked him, but he figured he got the last laugh. His money bought him a first-class berth and the honor of having the ship named for him. Her name was officially recorded as Volery, but George had Voler’s Folly emblazoned on her side in 24-carat gold leaf. The lettering was big enough, he ensured it, to see it clearly from observatories on earth. When the world gathered to watch his ship swing out from behind the moon and shoot toward space, George made sure a few people he knew were invited to sit in front row seats at Atacama. Anna Louise Smith was aboard that day. She escaped from Earth in cabin 347 on Deck 5. That was lucky, too. Somehow Anna had been accepted as a deckhand second class in the Volery’s Civilian Conservation Corps even though she hadn’t officially qualified. (Her test scores were a single point too low.) Anna suspected her boyfriend engineered a clerical error or pulled in a favor to get her name on the roster, and she knew better than to ask too many questions. When it was time to leave Earth, Anna rode the shuttle transport to the Volery, and then she sank obediently into the deep freeze. It was going to be a long trip, and luck had run out.

Deconstructive Criticism
DECONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM
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This is the podcast where Paul and Allison review all the things they do and don’t need in their lives… But there’s one very important thing they never discuss: Do they need each other?

The Karl Darkcruzer Saga Chronicles
THE KARL DARKCRUZER SAGA CHRONICLES
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Self-described legendary science fiction author T.L.Dawnstar presents the world's first episodic audiobookcast of the critically reviewed The Karl Darkcruzer Saga Chronicles, Book one: The Universe Cone! Read by the author and an all-star cast of not-actors. Featuring state-of-the-art duvet-based sound proofing techniques and wildly varying audio quality, this Dawnstar audio production brings the world of the classic 90s novel to life in your very ears! Accused of a crime he didn’t commit; infamous space pirate Karl Darkcruzer must embark on a galaxy-spanning quest for the mythical Universe Cone. Accompanied by fast-talking, take-no-prisoners reporter Felicity Phobos, Darkcruzer must delve face-first into a rich-woven universe where friends become enemies and enemies became acquaintances.

Strike Better Podcast
STRIKE BETTER PODCAST
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A Marvel Crisis Protocol podcast focused on competition strategies, roster construction, and in depth discussion of how to improve your skills at the game.

The Savvy Creative
THE SAVVY CREATIVE
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The Savvy Creative with Christina Castaneda features award winning audio fiction with magic, Romance and dark thrillers, fully produced by indie writers and creative talent. We also celebrate indie authors, screenwriters, playwrights and creatives who produce and publish their stories with writer interviews.

Black Romance Podcast
BLACK ROMANCE PODCAST
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The Black Romance Podcast features weekly conversations with Black writers, editors, and scholars of historical and contemporary popular romance fiction. Julie Moody-Freeman and guests talk about a range of experiences: their difficulties trying to publish love stories with Black characters; their favorite books; writing and teaching about black romance fiction; traditional vs self-publishing; publishing queer romance fiction; and their recently released books.

Tales from the Creepery
TALES FROM THE CREEPERY
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A weekly series exploring the disturbing, the dismaying, the dreadful and the dismal. Brought to you by the twisted imagination of author, Richard Curtis.

StoryStoic: A Flash Fiction Podcast
STORYSTOIC: A FLASH FICTION PODCAST
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New flash fiction stories, in audio form. Updates irregularly.

The Town Whispers
THE TOWN WHISPERS
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The Town Whispers is a horror anthology podcast, that will tell the many stories hidden behind the fog and the trees and the rain of the Pacific Northwest. If you’ve found yourself here, you should have taken a left, instead of a right, or looked up, when shadows crept from wells that stretch deep down into the underground of our town.