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Episode 28: "What I Did on Summer Vacation" by NorA B. Peevy

Sudden Fictions

Release Date: 07/14/2023

Episode 63: Episode 63: "A Book Of Erotic Poetry, Bound In Soft Leather" 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....

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Episode 62: Episode 62: "There are Worse Travel Companions” by Karl Dandenell

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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 61: Episode 61: "Against The Siren Song" by Richard Dansky

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Host: With two decades’ experience in video games, Richard Dansky has contributed to over 40 titles in iconic franchises like Ghost Recon, Might & Magic, Splinter Cell, Far Cry, and Rainbow Six, His most recent credit was on Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Richard is also the developer of the 20th anniversary edition of the acclaimed tabletop RPG Wraith: The Oblivion, and has published seven novels and one short story collection. A former executive of the IGDA Game Writing SIG, he serves on the advisory board on the Game Narrative Summit at GDC. He lives...

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Episode 60: Episode 60: "Wanderlust" by Bill Kirton

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Host: Bill Kirton was born in Plymouth, England a long time ago but has lived most of his life in Scotland. He has written stage and radio plays, songs and sketches for revues, flash fiction, short stories, novels, stories for children and books aimed at helping students to write effective academic essays and dissertations and get the most out of university and work. Dr. Kirton has been a university lecturer, actor, director, TV presenter, visiting professor and artist at the University of Rhode Island, spent a few years as a Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellow in universities in...

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Episode 59: Episode 59: "Those Who Wander" by Kristin Kirby

Sudden Fictions

Host: Kristin Kirby is an award-winning fiction writer and screenwriter who currently makes her home in the Southwest. Her work has appeared in the anthology Negative Space 2: A Return to Survival Horror, MYTHIC Magazine, The Overcast podcast, Space and Time, 365tomorrows, Eldritch Tales, and other publications. You can find her at .

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Episode 58: Episode 58: "Hard Road Home" by T.L. Emery

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Host: T. L. Emery is a writer of dark fiction and magical realism. He has been published in the "First Light" and "Second Sojourn" anthologies from BlueStone Publishing as well as "Extreme Drabbles of Dread" from The Macabre Ladies as well as others. He is currently putting together a collection of his stories taking place in West Newton, WV, the most haunted area in the world.

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Episode 57: Episode 57: "Destination Anywhere" by Mary E. Hart

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Host: Mary E. Hart is the author of the haunted house novel, “Some Horrific Evening” and the 1980s themed horror tale, “Not Your Barbie Dino,” in the collection “Totally Tubular Terrors.” When she’s not creating memes about warehouse operations and writing about robots in her full-time job, or taking multiple pictures of magnolia trees, she is writing ideas for stories in far too many notebooks. You can learn more about her writing at  .

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Episode 56: Episode 56: "The Mortal Gods of the Last Olympus" by Suzanne Madron

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Host: Suzanne Madron was born in New York City and has lived up and down the east coast. Currently, she resides in a house built over a Civil War battlefield in the wilds of Pennsylvania where she has been known to host some interesting Halloween parties.  She has authored several novels and stories under various names including Suzi M, James Glass, and Xircon.

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Episode 55: Episode 55: "Rain in the Nightmarket" by Melissa Burkart

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Host: Melissa Burkart currently lives in downeast Maine with her family and writes in the pauses of parenting two young kids. Her short stories have appeared in The Word Count podcast and the anthologies Fight Like a Girl and What Follows under M. J. King. You can occasionally find her at  or Instagram @writinginterrupted.

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Episode 54: Episode 54: "Through a Quagmire of Doubt and Fog" by Huxley Ravenwood

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Host: Huxley Ravenwood (she/they) is a queer, neurospicy author of eldritch and gothic horror from central Massachusetts. She also writes roleplaying game adventures and has edited several anthologies. In their other life, Huxley is a book historian and binder specializing in medieval works. 

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Host: R. B. Wood

Nora B. Peevy is a cat trapped in a human’s body. Please send help or tuna. She toils away for JournalStone and Trepidatio Publishing as a submissions reader, is a co-founder for Alien Sun Press, a reviewer for Hellnotes, co-editor for Weird Fiction Quarterly, and has been published by Eighth Tower Press, Weird Fiction Quarterly, Alien Sun Press, The Wicked Library Podcast, and other places. She has a Bachelor in English Degree with a Concentration in Creative Writing from Cardinal Stritch University. She is also a contributor for Getty Images. Usually, you can find her on Facebook asking for help escaping her human body or to get tuna. Tuna is nice. Cats like tuna. She also likes cat naps in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.