12 episodes

First rule of Wound Canyon: No one who gets in, ever gets out. So when a brilliant, ghostly specter flies through the sky amid the rain and lightning, Samir stumbles off a steep cliff and into a hidden world, one in which demons, vampires, and all other manner of paranormal creatures take sanctuary.

Second rule of Wound Canyon: No one makes it alone. Samir’s decided to tag along with Argeaux’s Caravan, a band of supernatural bounty hunters and vigilante peace-keepers. Together with an ever-expanding train of fantastical tagalongs, Samir and his new friends venture deep into the bowels of the canyon to find a way out of the magical boundary that imprisons all who cross it.

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CARAVAN The Whisperforge

    • Drama
    • 4.6, 410 Ratings

First rule of Wound Canyon: No one who gets in, ever gets out. So when a brilliant, ghostly specter flies through the sky amid the rain and lightning, Samir stumbles off a steep cliff and into a hidden world, one in which demons, vampires, and all other manner of paranormal creatures take sanctuary.

Second rule of Wound Canyon: No one makes it alone. Samir’s decided to tag along with Argeaux’s Caravan, a band of supernatural bounty hunters and vigilante peace-keepers. Together with an ever-expanding train of fantastical tagalongs, Samir and his new friends venture deep into the bowels of the canyon to find a way out of the magical boundary that imprisons all who cross it.

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    Introducing Remarkable Providences

    Introducing Remarkable Providences

    Remarkable Providences is a new nonfiction series from The Whisperforge. It's an exploration of Puritans and pettiness, magic and misogyny, gospel and government, and, of course, the Salem Witch Trials.
    Listen now!
    whisperforge.org/remarkableprovidences
    Twitter: @RemarkablePod

    • 2 min
    1.10 Ring of Fire

    1.10 Ring of Fire

    No more games, all cards on the table. The Canyon tests the caravan to its limits.
    **CARAVAN is created for adult audiences only. We advise listener and reader discretion for graphic depictions of violence, frank portrayal of sexuality, discussion of mental illness and existential struggle, and some downright filthy language. As an extra heads-up, this episode involves discussion of depression and self-harm. We do our best to hold these topics with intention and sincerity, and we hope you’ll join us whenever you feel ready and able.
    Created by Tau Zaman. Produced by Tau Zaman and Mischa Stanton.
    "Ring of Fire" was written & directed by Tau Zaman. Editing by Tau Zaman, Danielle Shemaiah and Mischa Stanton. Sound design by Mischa Stanton & Anna Rodriguez. Theme music by Evan Cunningham. Episode music by Travis Reaves. Visual art by Marina Vermillion. Press kit by Kyle Boyce.

    Credits music is "Ring Of Fire" by Johnny Cash, reximed by Mischa Stanton, vocals by Travis Reaves, and backing track by Eno Freedman-Brodmann, titled "Strobe Light Literature," available on Bandcamp.
    With performances by:
    Sushant Adlakha as Samir;
    Briggon Snow as Carlyle, the Lilac Knight;
    Giancarlo Herrera as Argeaux;
    Danielle Shemaiah as Dakota;
    Lisette Alvarez as Banshee;
    Mama Bang Bang as herself;
    Bernardo Cubria as Miguel;
    Lucille Valentine as Osprey;
    Reyn Beeler as Malfeazant the Benevolent;
    Tina Huang as Fei;
    Kristen DiMercurio as Cammy;
    Josh Rubino as Baal;
    Ian McQuown as Azmodeus;
    Jordan Cobb as Mother;
    and Tau Zaman as Virgyl.
    Transcript available on our website: whisperforge.org/caravan
    Season 2 coming in 2020!
    Twitter: @CARAVANRadio
    Instagram: @CARAVANradio
    Patreon: patreon.com/caravanradio
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    • 52 min
    1.9 The Man Comes Around

    1.9 The Man Comes Around

    A man goes through hell to save his friend.
    **CARAVAN is created for adult audiences only. We advise listener and reader discretion for graphic depictions of violence, frank portrayal of sexuality, discussion of mental illness and existential struggle, and some downright filthy language. This episode also contains the death of a major character. It gets mighty dangerous in the Canyon, but if you need a breather—we’ve got your back. Whenever you’re feeling ready and able, we hope you’ll join us.
    Created by Tau Zaman. Produced by Tau Zaman and Mischa Stanton.
    "The Man Comes Around" was written & directed by Tau Zaman. Editing by Julian Mundy. Sound design by Mischa Stanton & Anna Rodriguez. Theme music by Evan Cunningham; episode music by Travis Reaves. Visual art by Marina Vermillion. Press kit by Kyle Boyce.
    With performances by:
    Briggon Snow as Carlyle, the Lilac Knight
    Kristen DiMercurio as Cammy
    Lucille Valentine as Osprey
    Reyn Beeler as Malfeazant the Benevolent
    Tina Huang as Fei
    Tau Zaman as Virgyl
    Transcript available on our website: whisperforge.org/caravan
    Twitter: @CaravanRadio
    Instagram: @CaravanRadio
    Patreon: patreon.com/caravanradio
    A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought To Life

    • 42 min
    1.8 I See A Darkness

    1.8 I See A Darkness

    Argeaux mobilizes the caravans. Samir has a long night.
    **CARAVAN is created for adult audiences only. We advise listener and reader discretion for graphic depictions of violence, frank portrayal of sexuality, discussion of mental illness and existential struggle, and some downright filthy language. It gets mighty dangerous in the Canyon, but if you need a breather—we’ve got your back. Whenever you’re feeling ready and able, we hope you’ll join us.
    Created by Tau Zaman. Produced by Tau Zaman and Mischa Stanton.
    "I See A Darkness" was written & directed by Tau Zaman. Editing by Kyle Boyce. Sound design by Mischa Stanton & Anna Rodriguez. Theme music by Evan Cunningham; additional music by Travis Reaves. Visual art by Marina Vermillion. Press kit by Kyle Boyce.
    With performances by:
    Sushant Adlakha as Samir
    Giancarlo Herrera as Argeaux
    Danielle Shemaiah as Dakota
    Lisette Alvarez as Banshee
    Mama Bang Bang as herself
    Bernardo Cubria as Miguel
    Ian McQuown as Azmodeus
    Josh Rubino as Baal
    Tau Zaman as Virgyl
    Transcript available on our website: whisperforge.org/caravan
    Twitter: @CaravanRadio
    Instagram: @CaravanRadio
    Patreon: patreon.com/caravanradio
    A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought To Life

    • 41 min
    1.7 God's Gonna Cut You Down

    1.7 God's Gonna Cut You Down

    Samir makes a dark bargain.
    **CARAVAN is created for adult audiences only. We advise listener and reader discretion for graphic depictions of violence, frank portrayal of sexuality, discussion of mental illness and existential struggle, and some downright filthy language. It gets mighty dangerous in the Canyon, but if you need a breather—we’ve got your back. Whenever you’re feeling ready and able, we hope you’ll join us.
    Created by Tau Zaman. Produced by Tau Zaman and Mischa Stanton.
    "God's Gonna Cut You Down" was written & directed by Tau Zaman. Editing by Pacific Obadiah. Sound design by Mischa Stanton & Anna Rodriguez. Theme music by Evan Cunningham; additional music by Mischa Stanton and Travis Reaves. Visual art by Marina Vermillion. Press kit by Kyle Boyce.
    With performances by:
    Sushant Adlakha as Samir
    Giancarlo Herrera as Argeaux
    Danielle Shemaiah as Dakota
    Lisette Alvarez as the Banshee
    Mama Bang Bang as herself
    Bernardo Cubria as Miguel
    Tau Zaman as Virgyl
    Transcript available on our website: whisperforge.org/caravan
    Twitter: @CaravanRadio
    Instagram: @CaravanRadio
    Patreon: patreon.com/caravanradio
    A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought To Life

    • 24 min
    1.6 Wayfaring Stranger

    1.6 Wayfaring Stranger

    Samir learns alternative methods for dealing with demons. A veteran caravaner leads the party to a disturbing scene.
    **CARAVAN is created for adult audiences only. We advise listener and reader discretion for graphic depictions of violence, frank portrayal of sexuality, discussion of mental illness and existential struggle, and some downright filthy language. It gets mighty dangerous in the Canyon, but if you need a breather—we’ve got your back. Whenever you’re feeling ready and able, we hope you’ll join us.
    Created by Tau Zaman. Produced by Tau Zaman and Mischa Stanton.
    "Wayfarlng Stranger" was written & directed by Tau Zaman. Editing by Daniel Manning. Sound design by Mischa Stanton & Anna Rodriguez. Theme music by Evan Cunningham; additional music by Mischa Stanton and Travis Reaves. Visual art by Marina Vermillion. Press kit by Kyle Boyce.
    With performances by:
    Sushant Adlakha as Samir
    Giancarlo Herrera as Argeaux
    Danielle Shemaiah as Dakota
    Lisette Alvarez as the Banshee
    and Mama Bang Bang as herself
    Transcript available on our website: whisperforge.org/caravan
    Twitter: @CaravanRadio
    Instagram: @CaravanRadio
    Patreon: patreon.com/caravanradio
    A Product of The Whisperforge: Sound & Story, Brought To Life

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
410 Ratings

410 Ratings

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please listen!! you won’t regret it!

oh. my. god. where to begin with this.
i binged the whole podcast in one night and, let me say, it’s the best decision i’ve made. each character’s portrayal is fantastic, the voice acting is enthralling, the plot is easy to follow and still complex and interesting— which is important and difficult to achieve in my case, since i have the attention span of a goldfish. nice mix of humor and drama and tackles topics in a way that feels so, so real. it’s so important to give creators of color a platform, and i’m so glad that this podcast came into existence! fantastic— i cannot wait for the next season!

3Duggie ,

What the dock !!

Come on guys this is the greatZest podcast-thing that I’ve enjoyed deeply actually please there’s more to the story I know it or does it?!
Much love to all in creation of

moppet_mi ,

Original & Entertaining

Fun voice acting and sound design, wrapped around an entertainingly original approach to the fish-put-of-water fantasy scenario. This delightfully weird tale is *thoroughly* engaging. Looking forward to season two!

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