21 episodes

Page is a storytelling podcast designed to connect listeners to new and unique voices in the fiction world. Each month, Page takes original short fiction from emerging authors and produces it as audio dramas, complete with narration, voice acting, music, and sound effects. Enjoy author interviews, discussions, and publishing advice each month as well.

Page: New Voices In Fiction Austin Flynn

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    • 4.9, 15 Ratings

Page is a storytelling podcast designed to connect listeners to new and unique voices in the fiction world. Each month, Page takes original short fiction from emerging authors and produces it as audio dramas, complete with narration, voice acting, music, and sound effects. Enjoy author interviews, discussions, and publishing advice each month as well.

    Epilogue: Poetry by Stephen Dudas

    Epilogue: Poetry by Stephen Dudas

    We sit down to talk craft and life with Stephen Dudas, author of Ultrasound, In the Wake of Balderdash, and Simon and the Boogeyman. 
    Steve's chapbook, An August Nightmare, is available from Prolific Press. 

    Page intro music: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free

    Follow Page on Twitter and Instagram(@page_podcast) and Facebook for updates on the show.

    Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!

    • 56 min
    Ultrasound

    Ultrasound

    In this first piece, Dudas explores the excitement, anxiety, and challenges of being a father-to-be.

    Written and performed by Stephen Dudas

    Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!

    • 13 min
    In the Wake of Balderdash

    In the Wake of Balderdash

    The most whimsical apocalypse you’ll experience, In the Wake of Balderdash explores the end times from multiple perspectives, each grander and more imaginative than the last. 



    Written and performed by Stephen Dudas

    Follow Page on Twitter and Instagram(@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show.

    Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!

    • 10 min
    Simon and the Boogeyman

    Simon and the Boogeyman

    In this final piece, Dudas peers through the thin veil between humans and monsters, revealing the uncomfortable truth that the two are sometimes indistinguishable.
    Written and performed by Stephen Dudas
    Follow Page on Twitter and Instagram(@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show.

    Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!

    • 20 min
    Epilogue: Dust Boy

    Epilogue: Dust Boy

    This month’s Epilogue features an interview with “Dust Boy” author Haley Malin, discussing her writing influences, the importance of character, and the impact of roleplaying games on her craft.

    Page intro theme: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free
    Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates.
    All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcas

    • 48 min
    Dust Boy

    Dust Boy

    In 1930s Oklahoma, a boy named Eliot tries to make the most of the time between dust storms. But with a father long gone to Tulsa, a sister recently deceased, a despondent mother whose faith borders on delusion, and a future as bleak as the horizon, Eliot struggles to be the man he knows his family needs.

    Written by Haley Malin
    Narrated by Amy Flynn
    Ma: Julia Phipps
    Eliot: Austin Flynn

    Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

TimothyMaynard177 ,

Very well put together!

Just finished the first episode of Coyote's Ballad and I was quite impressed! The intro was cool and had a nice build up, while the music throughout is placed very well. the story telling has a great pace to it and the voice acting is pretty good as well, does a great job of really drawing you into the story

YouMeEmpathy ,

A Wonderful Showcase for Unseen Writers

First, I just love this concept. It's a great way to showcase writers that we may typically have access to. That's a beautiful thing for writers and readers. Second, the show is really well produced. The background music, the narration, the sound effects (claps!). All really wonderfully done. One thing I had a hard time with is Caeser's voice; it was just a little hard to hear at times. Other than that, great, intriguing show for lovers of storytelling!

JHeare ,

Page is awesome

This podcast is a fiction lovers dream. It weaves amazing fiction, excellent voice acting, and passionate story telling into one of the most enjoyable audio experiences available.

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