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.

Cecil Pondsmythe is a platypus screenwriter, trying to land his first sale. When he gets a once in a lifetime opportunity, can he make it in Hollywood without selling out?

Note, the story is rated Mature/PG-13for some mentions of non-explicit sex, though everything happens off-camera.

Cecil Pondsmythe: Platypus Boy-Toy of Hollywood by Murphy Z

Read by Christopher Williams

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the episode here.

The podcast returns after a longer than expected hiatus.

Tonight’s story is a wonderfully thoughtful science fiction piece about the discoveries and interactions of alien worlds of alien worlds both terrifying and beautiful.

“The Language of Emotion” by Bill Rogers

Read by Chris Hvidsten

Music used for this episode was Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 in A Major.

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the episode here.

Tonight we continue with “Dragon Man and Lonesome Woman” by Vixyy Fox, who creates a nice mix of native mysticism with character drama. In the conclusion to last week’s episode, Dan finally meets Lonesome Woman and finds out what’s required of as well as what’s offered to him.

“Dragon Man and Lonesome Woman” by Vixxy Fox

Read by Peter Katt 

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the episode here.

Dan, a trucker and an embittered loner, takes a job which sends him onto a lonely road at night. There he meets some odd people in need of his help and he finds himself pulled into a strange quest.

Dragon Man and Lonesome Woman by Vixxy Fox

Read by Peter Katt

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the story here.