PodCastle – In The Woods Behind My House January 12th, 2016
The fantasy podcast PodCastle ran a nice story this week. In The Woods Behind My House by Nicolette Barischoff features a non-anthro fantasy animal. That mythical beast, along with the somber and sweet coming-of-age story around it, should be of interest to fans of Anthro Dreams.
Podcast Feed on Libsyn Discontinued – Backups on FurAfinity December 29th, 2015
The podcast has been on hiatus, and is most likely discontinued for good. It was a fun and fulfilling venture while it lasted, but with work and life, I had less and less time to work on it and my focus was elsewhere. It got to be like a chore and that’s when it was time to walk away.
Thank you for the authors and narrators who provided work for the podcast, and the fans who let us know the work was enjoyed. My hope is that this podcast may have inspired others in the fandom and someone else may decide to take up the torch for anthro/furry audio fiction.
So with the podcast discontinued, I cancelled the service on Libsyn as I was paying every month for a service I wasn’t using. Therefore the episodes are no longer available there, and the links to the episodes are broken. However, I have archived every episode in lower-bandwidth form in my gallery on FurAffinity, so the episodes can be found and downloaded/listened to there.
Cast of Wonders – The Tale of the White Tiger October 19th, 2015
The Anthro Dreams podcast is on indefinite hiatus. I don’t have the time and focus to keep publising right now, but I’ll still be posting links of interest from time to time.
The Cast of Wonders podcast ran The Tale of the White Tiger. It doesn’t contain anthro characters, but it has similar themes to his other stories and is a neat tale of a space pirate following her own moral compass.
“Janet lives in two worlds.
In one world, she is Miss Perch, teacher at a small school deep in the corn grids, helping kids who are turning into cartoon find their way out of town.
In the other, she is Bunny Cat, and paints herself up to be the very same type of cartoon cat her small town has grown to hate.
The wall separating those two worlds is starting to break down. Between rekindling a relationship with an old college flame and discovering how much she loves being Bunny Cat her two worlds are starting to merge. Keeping up the appearances of two separate lives is bad enough, but when kids start getting sent away for turning toon she knows she can’t stand on the sideline any longer.
Two things are for sure: the two worlds won’t stay distinct for much longer, and Janet won’t come out unscathed.”
Drabblecast – Jackalope Wives January 28th, 2015
Drabblecast, the podcast of weird fiction, ran Jackalope Wives by Ursula Vernon. It’s a wonderful piece of dark fantasy in a southwestern milieu, which borrows from the myths of both skinwalkers and selkies, and likely other shapeshifting tales as well.
We shouldn’t always get what we think we want…