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Join Shiloh, Riley and Charley as they rediscover long forgotten short story manuscripts from amateur authors, young and old. Get ready for authentic reactions from inauthentic bards. So sit down, grab a pint or tea or whatever you nerds drink these days, and join us in The Bard Room. Story quality not guaranteed.

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Join Shiloh, Riley and Charley as they rediscover long forgotten short story manuscripts from amateur authors, young and old. Get ready for authentic reactions from inauthentic bards. So sit down, grab a pint or tea or whatever you nerds drink these days, and join us in The Bard Room. Story quality not guaranteed.

    Carnival: The Reckoning

    Carnival: The Reckoning

    The bards close out their Halloween month series with “Carnival: The Reckoning.”  Mina and Charles are on the run from the souls of the damned, and they seek allies in seemingly convenient places.  What will happen when they put their trust in the wrong people, and how will Damien enact his wrath if we finds them?  Join us for the strange finale of our first multi-part series, if you dare.

    The Bard Room is a literary commentary and comedy podcast that focuses on short stories.  Each week the bards gather to hear an original, unpublished and sometimes unfinished stories from amateur writers.  The show is meant to be a celebration of amateur writing with all its quirks, highs, and lows.  Simply put, we love reading short stories and some of us even love writing them.  Writers, readers, nerds, and everyone in between are always welcome.  Story quality is not guaranteed.

    • 30 Min.
    Carnival: The Chase

    Carnival: The Chase

    The bards sink deeper into part 2 of "Carnival" and learn more about Mina's strange psychic world.  As she navigates her daily routine of peddling amulets and telling fortunes, Mina is faced with a new addition to the carnival crew.  Will the fresh-faced Charles find a place amongst them, or will he bring about their untimely doom?

    The Bard Room is a literary commentary and comedy podcast that focuses on short stories.  Each week the bards gather to hear an original, unpublished and sometimes unfinished stories from amateur writers.  The show is meant to be a celebration of amateur writing with all its quirks, highs, and lows.  Simply put, we love reading short stories and some of us even love writing them.  Writers, readers, nerds, and everyone in between are always welcome.  Story quality is not guaranteed.

    • 42 Min.
    Carnival: The Descent

    Carnival: The Descent

    This week, in honor of Halloween month, the bards enter the mysterious world of Madame Mina, a pyschic from a traveling carnival.  Though her job requires dwelling in the future, Mina can not help but be plagued by her past and a friend who insists on visiting to remind her of it.  How long can Mina keep running from her fate, and is the ever-cynical Damien really who he appears?  Find out in part one of this multi-part series, "Carnival: The Descent."

    • 36 Min.
    Letters from a Space Marine

    Letters from a Space Marine

    The bards have intercepted some letters from a space marine in another star system.  What tales from the front lines does he have to sent back home?  This sci-fi short story explores the reality and consequences of inter-planetary exploration.
    The Bard Room is a literary, comedy podcast that focuses on short stories.  Each week the bards gather to hear an original, unpublished and sometimes unfinished stories from amateur writers.  The show is meant to be a celebration of amateur writing with all its quirks, highs, and lows.  Simply put, we love reading short stories and some of us even love writing them.  Writers, readers, nerds, and everyone in between are always welcome.  Story quality is not guaranteed.
    Instagram: @bardroompodcast
    Twitter: @bardroompodcast
    Email: bardroompodcast@gmail.com
    Do you want your writing to be featured on The Bard Room?  We prefer to share unpublished stories.  Send us an email that includes the story, title, genre, a brief description of how the story came to be, and your preferred pen name (or real name).  We regularly read user-submitted works on the show.

    • 18 Min.
    The Anti-Carnivalist

    The Anti-Carnivalist

    Steve, Riley, Shiloh and Charley run off to the carnival this week with an anonymously submitted comedy story.  Our young protagonist is faced with a tough decision when his mother forces him to attend a local carnival alone, but everything changes when makes an unlikely friend.  What is a budding scientist to do in the frivolous, cotton candy funland?  Will he embrace the magic of the traveling park or call a cab to the local library?
    The Bard Room is a literary commentary and comedy podcast that focuses on short stories.  Each week the bards gather to hear an original, unpublished and sometimes unfinished stories from amateur writers.  The show is meant to be a celebration of amateur writing with all its quirks, highs, and lows.  Simply put, we love reading short stories and some of us even love writing them.  Writers, readers, nerds, and everyone in between are always welcome.  Story quality is not guaranteed.
    Instagram: @bardroompodcast
    Twitter: @bardroompodcast
    Email: bardroompodcast@gmail.com
    Do you want your writing to be featured on The Bard Room?  We prefer to share unpublished stories.  Send us an email that includes the story, title, genre, a brief description of how the story came to be, and your preferred pen name (or real name).  We regularly read user-submitted works on the show.

    • 38 Min.
    Gothic Story

    Gothic Story

    Shiloh, Charley and Gavin travel to the old country for this week's ghoulish tale.  Vanessa Fairchild is an odd girl with an interest in the occult.  Scourned by the people of her town, she seeks friendship in some unlikely places.  What will happen when a rogue gothic teen strikes back?

    The Bard Room is a literary commentary and comedy podcast that focuses on short stories.  Each week the bards gather to hear an original, unpublished and sometimes unfinished stories from amateur writers.  The show is meant to be a celebration of amateur writing with all its quirks, highs, and lows.  Simply put, we love reading and some of us even love writing.  Writers, readers, nerds, and everyone in between are always welcome.  Story quality is not guaranteed.

    Instagram: @bardroompodcast
    Twitter: @bardroompodcast
    Email: bardroompodcast@gmail.com

    Do you want your writing to be featured on The Bard Room?  Send us an email that includes the story, title, genre, a brief description of how the story came to be, and your preferred pen name (or real name).  We regularly read listener-submitted works on the show. 

    • 23 Min.

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