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Palimpsest
PALIMPSEST
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Palimpsest is a (mostly) single-voiced audio drama about memory, identity, and the things that haunt us. Each ten-episode season is a unique and self-contained story, exploring the spaces between horror, fantasy, and psychological realism. #embracewhathauntsyou

The Crime Hub
THE CRIME HUB
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The Crime Hub is a unique podcast that looks to bring together both crime fact and crime fiction. The show features a range of interviews with experts involved with leading criminal cases as well as fictional short stories.

The Gift
THE GIFT
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The Gift is a story, the story of my relationship with Daniella, the entries from my blog as we got to know each other. Unlike any relationship before this, she would certainly transform my state of being.

Read Me a Story, Ink
READ ME A STORY, INK
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Children's stories perfect for classroom, bedtime, or anytime. Based on my 26 year hobby of reading in public elementary schools, the stories offered here are some of my favorite, kid-tested read-alouds. All stories appear with the permission of the author.

Harbor
HARBOR
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The Greer siblings have a lot on their plate- stressful jobs, southern heat, small town politics AND cryptids with personal problems. But that's just another day in Harbor. Harbor is an audio drama intended for mature audiences with instances of language, violence and implied sexual situations. Listener discretion is advised. Season 2 will release in 2021.

Dark Chills Podcast
DARK CHILLS PODCAST
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You've had them before when you're all alone when you feel you are being watched or even when the fear of death is knocking at your soul. Dark Chills. A collection of frightening accounts and tales of the unexplained written, produced and narrated by A. W. Holman. Have a seat, take a drive or just lay back and listen. May you have Dark Chills and a sense of fear for the sake of entertainment! Muah ha ha ha!

The YA Sisterhood
THE YA SISTERHOOD
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Literary analysis and discussion of the YA Fiction genre from two literature-loving sisters! We update every Thursday, and leave clues all over social media so that you can try to decipher which book we'll discuss next!

Heads of Sierra Blanca
HEADS OF SIERRA BLANCA
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In 2007, a serial killer inspired by Rube Goldberg murdered Lorena Salas, Carlos Aniceto, and Ana Nuñez in Sierra Blanca, Texas then vanished never to be heard of again. Authorities believe that these murders were the collateral damage of a cartel turf war that spilled into Mexico. Though, Lorena's niece, Magdalena Salas, does not believe that story. The Heads of Sierra Blanca is an 8 episode podcast hosted by Magdalena and private investigator, Monica Rodriguez, following their investigative research concerning what really happened and who is responsible. This show is an immersive experience that combines fiction, true crime and real interviews with experts.

LikeWise Fiction
LIKEWISE FICTION
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Outstanding diverse fiction. Hosted by writer and photographer Mike Sakasegawa, LikeWise Fiction features stories written by women and nonbinary authors, authors of color, and LGBTQ+ authors.

READ TO ME with Becky Karush
READ TO ME WITH BECKY KARUSH
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Great writers don't just know how to write. They know how to listen for what they love. With Read to Me, you learn how to listen for the power and beauty in exceptional writing — and name, with brazen love, what is so, so good. This is how you begin to build your own power on the page.

How Ya Dyin'?
HOW YA DYIN'?
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"How Ya Dyin'?" is a Dark Comedy Audio Fiction Anthology Series intended for a mature audience. A caricature of the concept of death itself, the series takes place in a world in which more than ninety percent of the earth's population is born with an unavoidable expiration date. As one may expect, these dates have had a myriad of effects on aspects of life ranging from the economy to entertainment.

A Hint of Fiction
A HINT OF FICTION
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Every episode we provide you three stories: two of which are true and one is false. Can you find the line between fact and fiction? Find out every Wednesday!