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Episode 35: "Come the Waters High" by Karl Dandenell

Sudden Fictions

Release Date: 09/01/2023

Episode 47: Episode 47: "Harry, the Ice Man" by Karl Dandenell

Sudden Fictions

Host: Karl Dandenell is a graduate of Viable Paradise and a Full Member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Association. He and his family, plus their cat overlords, live on an island near San Francisco famous for its Victorian architecture and low speed limits. His preferred drinks are strong black tea and single malt whiskey, generally without ice. Karl’s fiction and poetry have appeared in publications and podcasts in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Follow his occasional posts and read more of his fiction at .

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Episode 46: Episode 46: "A Nice Bit of Ice" By Michael Ehart

Sudden Fictions

Host: Michael Ehart has been at various times all the expected things: laborer, seminary student, musician, shoe salesman, political consultant, teacher, diaper truck driver, stand-up comedian, and the least important guy with an office at a movie studio. He made his first sale to a magazine at age 15, which means he has been writing for over 50 years, with the aforementioned occasional breaks for gainful employment.  He lives in the upper left hand corner of the United States with his wife and youngest daughter. NOTE" The Thumbnail photo is of Michael at the Savoy!

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Episode 45: Episode 45: "Arctic" by Mercedes M. Yardley

Sudden Fictions

Host: Mercedes M. Yardley is a Bram Stoker and Stabby award-winning dark fantasist who wears poisonous flowers in her hair. She writes in a lush, lyrical style about current social issues and finding love and beauty in the darkness. She authored such works as Darling, Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love, Little Dead Red, and Love is a Crematorium. Mercedes lives and works in Las Vegas. You can find her at .

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Episode 44: Episode 44: "The Goddess of the Last Frontier" by Cheryl Cantafio

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Host: Cheryl Cantafio works in information technology, and is a podcast co-host (You Only Go Once (Y.O.G.O.)). Her book, My Stay with the Sisters: Poems, is her debut as an author and poet. She lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with her husband and two mischievous mini-dachshunds.  Connect with her on Instagram: @cherylc.writer

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Episode 43: Episode 43: "Stemware" by Kenneth W. Cain

Sudden Fictions

Host: Kenneth W. Cain is an author of horror and dark fiction, and a Splatterpunk Award nominated freelance editor. He is also the publisher and editor-in-chief at Crystal Lake: Torrid Waters. Cain is an Active member of the HWA and a Full member of the SFWA. To date, he has had over one hundred short stories and thirteen novels/novellas, as well as a handful each of nonfiction pieces, books for children, and poems released by many great publishers such as Crystal Lake Publishing, JournalStone, and Cemetery Gates Media. He has also edited eight anthologies, with two more coming...

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Episode 42: Episode 42: "Sweet Champagne" by Belinda Brady

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Host: A bookworm since childhood, Belinda is passionate about stories and has turned her hand to writing them, with several stories published in a variety of publications. Belinda lives in Australia with her family, two moody, yet oh so loveable, cats and two super cute miniature dachshunds who love annoying said cats and each other. Belinda adores all things spooky, music and travel.

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Episode 41: Episode 41: "Champagne and Paris Green" by Michael Ehart

Sudden Fictions

Host: Michael Ehart has been at various times all the expected things: laborer, seminary student, musician, shoe salesman, political consultant, teacher, diaper truck driver, stand-up comedian, and the least important guy with an office at a movie studio. He made his first sale to a magazine at age 15, which means he has been writing for over 50 years, with the aforementioned occasional breaks for...

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Episode 40: Episode 40: "The Last Year of Champagne" by Karl Dandenell

Sudden Fictions

Host: Karl Dandenell is a graduate of Viable Paradise and a Full Member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Association. He and his family, plus their cat overlords, live on an island near San Francisco famous for its Victorian architecture and low-speed limits. His preferred drinks are strong tea and single-malt whiskey, not champagne. Karl’s fiction and poetry have appeared in publications and podcasts in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Follow his occasional posts and read more of his fiction at .

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Episode 39: Episode 39: "The Poltergeist of Fastini Crater" by Karl Dandenell

Sudden Fictions

Host: Karl Dandenell is a graduate of Viable Paradise and a Full Member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Association. He and his family, plus their cat overlords, live on an island near San Francisco famous for its Victorian architecture and low speed limits. His preferred drinks are strong tea and single-malt whiskey. Karl’s fiction and poetry have appeared in publications and podcasts in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Follow his occasional posts and read more of his fiction at .

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Episode 38: Episode 38: "All Lit Up in Black and White" by Wayne Fenlon & Cindy O'Quinn

Sudden Fictions

Host: Wayne Fenlon is the Scottish author of the horror/thriller novel THE BLACK CABIN, and drabble collection (100 word stories) SCATTERED LITTLE PIECES. His stories have appeared online at , and alongside Bram Stoker Award nominees in the well-received horror anthology SOMETHING BAD HAPPENED edited by Jennifer Bernardini. If he's not reading, writing, and talking books, he's designing book covers or animating them. You can find him on: Twitter. Facebook. Instagram. TikTok Cindy O’Quinn is an Appalachian writer who grew up in the mountains of West Virginia....

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Karl Dandenell is a graduate of Viable Paradise and a Full Member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Association. He and his family, plus their cat overlords, live on an island near San Francisco famous for its Victorian architecture and low speed limits. His preferred drinks are strong tea and single malt whiskey. Karl’s fiction and poetry have appeared in publications and podcasts in the United States, Canada, and Great Britain. Follow his occasional posts and read more of his fiction at www.firewombats.com.