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PseudoPod 746: Rattlesnake Song
Author : Josh Rountree Narrator : Jarius Durnett Host : Scott Campbell Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “Rattlesnake Song” originally appeared in July 2019 in the the anthology Triangulation: Dark Skies. Rattlesnake Song by Josh Rountree The Last Picture Show came to the movie house on the square in the fall of […]
PseudoPod 745: Cleaver, Meat, and Block
Author : Maria Haskins Narrator : Larissa Thompson Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “Cleaver, Meat, and Block” was originally published in Black Static #73 in January 2020. Cleaver, Meat, and Block by Maria Haskins The first thing Hannah learned when she came to live with her grandparents after […]
PseudoPod 744: This Wet Red
Author : Marisca Pichette Narrator : Autumn Ivy Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 744: This Wet Red is a PseudoPod original. This Wet Red by Marisca Pichette I lie listening to a mouse in the wall. Its tiny feet scrabbling across worn boards; its tiny heart beating […]
PseudoPod 743: Flash on the Borderlands LIV: Stage Three: The Bargain
Authors : Gordon B. White, Donyae Coles and William Faulkner Narrators : Dave Robison, Graeme Dunlop and Tonia Ransom Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “The Kid Learns” was first published in the New Orleans Times Picayune on May 31, 1925 “The Sputtering Wick of the Stars” was originally […]
PseudoPod 742: The Sea Thing
Author : Frank Belknap Long Narrator : Andrew Leman Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums This story was first published in Weird Tales, December 1925. The Sea Thing by Frank Belknap Long JULY 16—We are caught in one of the great calms. There is water in the well, and […]
PseudoPod 741: Lukundoo
Author : Edward Lucas White Narrator : Phil Lunt Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums “Lukundoo” was first published in Weird Tales, November 1925 Content warning: Spoiler Inside SelectShow Racial slurs, systemic racism, colonialism Lukundoo by Edward Lucas White “It stands to reason,” said Twombly, “that a man must […]
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Always delivers something worth listening to, stories that sometimes just won't leave you, and they are true, right?
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I've discovered some my favourite authors from this podcast, and some of the most well layered story telling online.
You know you're in for a treat when you see a sudden flash on the borderlands.
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Great stories from a variety authors read by talented readers. The degree of scariness obviously varies from tale to tale, but the quality and entertainment factor are always high.