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In Gilt City, conscripted couriers are both respected and shunned. They inhabit the borderlands between a growing industrial society and the untamed, arcane frontier that surrounds it. The Night Post is a weekly supernatural audio drama about survival, tradition, and the vast unknown.

https://nightpostpod.com/

The Night Post Station 103

    • Fiction
    • 4.8 • 20 Ratings

In Gilt City, conscripted couriers are both respected and shunned. They inhabit the borderlands between a growing industrial society and the untamed, arcane frontier that surrounds it. The Night Post is a weekly supernatural audio drama about survival, tradition, and the vast unknown.

https://nightpostpod.com/

    2.10: Last Delivery on the Left

    2.10: Last Delivery on the Left

    Nicholas rides along with Milo for his evaluation, but their delivery to a possessive house is anything but routine. //
    This episode was written and produced by Tyler Anderson, and features him as Milo. Ethan Thomason is the voice of Nicholas.
    Music composed by Ethan Thomason.
    If you'd like to support the show, you can join us on Patreon (patreon.com/thenightpost) and get benefits like bonus stories and early episodes. For one-time donations, you can buy us a coffee: ko-fi.com/thenightpost.
    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DstUytgIWJlDSphNKJ6CeUgrJyemDKqGbNFeRKiYhBg/edit?usp=sharing
    Email: nightpostpod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @nightpostpod
    Tumblr: @thenightpost
    With sound effects from these and previously credited artists at Freesound.org: limwei, soundslikewillem, newlocknew, Migfus20, Medartimus 
    CONTENT WARNINGS: loud noises, disembodied voices, death mention

    • 20 min
    2.09: The Ark in Ruins

    2.09: The Ark in Ruins

    Clementine stumbles on a Skelter oddity, but Val doesn't want to share her revelation. //
    This episode was written by Elizabeth R. C. Lundberg, and features her as Clementine. It was produced by Rae Lundberg, and features them as Val. Lynn Anderson is the voice of Will.
    Opening and ending themes composed by Ethan Thomason.
    If you'd like to support the show, you can join us on Patreon (patreon.com/thenightpost) and get benefits like bonus stories and early episodes. For one-time donations, you can buy us a coffee: ko-fi.com/thenightpost.
    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GrO55cCLpVAKoI6LJeMUgWz5Vtm1QsloE_TOPR_6VOg/edit?usp=sharing
    Email: nightpostpod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @nightpostpod
    Tumblr: @thenightpost
    With sound effects from these and previously credited artists at Freesound.org: btherad2000, speedygonzo 
    CONTENT WARNINGS: discussion of death, evangelism/religious imagery, multiple whispers, audio distortion, hallucinations

    • 21 min
    2.08: Fearful Geometry

    2.08: Fearful Geometry

    The couriers trace leads all over town, but their best clue comes from a long-lost letter. //
    This episode was written and produced by Rae Lundberg, and features them as Val. Additional performances: Tyler Anderson as Milo, Elizabeth R. C. Lundberg as Clementine, Ethan Thomason as Tobias.
    Opening and ending themes composed by Ethan Thomason.
    If you'd like to support the show, you can join us on Patreon (patreon.com/thenightpost) and get benefits like bonus stories and early episodes. For one-time donations, you can buy us a coffee: ko-fi.com/thenightpost.
    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WAFkadefA_AoOkj_WLtX-n8LmRyrw-G1Lh2a-fbL4LU/edit?usp=sharing
    Email: nightpostpod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @nightpostpod
    Tumblr: @thenightpost
    With sound effects from these and previously credited artists at Freesound.org: btalbot, dobroide, cs272, IESP, Rosebugg, TyroneW 
    CONTENT WARNINGS: discussion of death, intrusive thoughts, invasion of privacy

    • 21 min
    2.07: Mob Mentality

    2.07: Mob Mentality

    A ribbon-cutting event for the new Station 103 draws more than one overzealous crowd. //
    This episode was written and produced by Tyler Anderson, and features him as Milo. Additional performances: Lynn Anderson as Will, Elizabeth R. C. Lundberg as Clementine and Serene, Rae Lundberg as Val, Ethan Thomason as Nicholas.
    Music composed by Ethan Thomason.
    If you'd like to support the show, you can join us on Patreon (patreon.com/thenightpost) and get benefits like bonus stories and early episodes. For one-time donations, you can buy us a coffee: ko-fi.com/thenightpost.
    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rs5ymQgiajiG7j-PO68GwcUQnYBrgpyOVz3LFPVz64Y/edit?usp=sharing
    Email: nightpostpod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @nightpostpod
    Tumblr: @thenightpost
    With sound effects from these artists at Freesound.org: gsparryaudio, ceberation, cameronmusic 
    CONTENT WARNINGS: mobs, shouting

    • 20 min
    2.06: The Importance of Being Clementine

    2.06: The Importance of Being Clementine

    Clementine and Will's botanical date is derailed by acquaintances they both would rather avoid. //
    This episode was written by Elizabeth R. C. Lundberg, and features her as Clementine. It was produced by Rae Lundberg. Additional performances: Nigel McKeon as Verity, Lynn Anderson as Will, Ethan Thomason as Upton. 
    Music composed by Ethan Thomason.
    If you'd like to support the show, you can join us on Patreon (patreon.com/thenightpost) and get benefits like bonus stories and early episodes. For one-time donations, you can buy us a coffee: ko-fi.com/thenightpost.
    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-X5S9AthU4sIn6JMs5TGgZRXyK-TVMkFdP3Lz8zIkJY/edit?usp=sharing
    Email: nightpostpod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @nightpostpod
    Tumblr: @thenightpost
    With sound effects from these artists at Freesound.org: BM007, duckduckpony, pfranzen 
    CONTENT WARNINGS: death mention, impersonation

    • 19 min
    2.05: The Spiral Inward

    2.05: The Spiral Inward

    Val makes a deal with a curious shopkeeper to reveal the story of her conscription. //
    This episode was written and produced by Rae Lundberg, and features them as Val. Tyler Anderson is the voice of the Shopkeeper.
    Opening and ending themes composed by Ethan Thomason.
    If you'd like to support the show, you can join us on Patreon (patreon.com/thenightpost) and get benefits like bonus stories and early episodes. For one-time donations, you can buy us a coffee: ko-fi.com/thenightpost.
    TRANSCRIPT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hTysHbGhxsxRPxanZeALkqLSKG5AO3joRbW1lMMeqyU/edit?usp=sharing
    Email: nightpostpod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @nightpostpod
    Tumblr: @thenightpost
    "SCP-x5x (Outer Thoughts)" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License
    CONTENT WARNINGS: discussion of death, chronic illness, funerals, implied transphobia, animal death mention

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Blackbirdsv1 ,

Great podcast

Great podcast - dim the lights when you listen. This one is one to take slow and enjoy. The voice acting is top notch.

Cyanalkal ,

Intriguing story

I am very into the mysterious goings-ons and figuring out how it all ties together, as well as the characters, hence the still relatively high rating, but the dialogue is very monotone and often feels poorly executed, which makes it pretty difficult to get into the story. Could just be me though… great writing tho!

Omega Star Productions ,

There’s Something Special About this One

In an audio drama culture where Surrealism, abstraction and Spooky vibes seems to be the norm, The Night Post finds some way to set itself apart from the crop.

With talented voice performances, strong ambience, and a perfectly tailored soundtrack, the City of Gilt is as tangible as it is Haunting. Can’t wait to continue listening!

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