AD 055 – The Corpse Road   October 23rd, 2013

Tonight we have a dark fantasy story, just in time for the Halloween season. Regrets and temptations abound as an old priest and his young acolyte transport their somber cargo through the lonely wilderness along the Corpse Road…

“The Corpse Road” by Martin Summers

Read by Shirou Takumi

Music cues by Infinity Squared 

Download or listen to the story here.

AD 046 – Bones   October 23rd, 2012

Bad bones need to stay buried…

“Bones” by Searska Grey Raven

Read by Peter Katt

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the episode here.

In August, Drabblecast, the weird-fiction podcast had their annual H. P. Lovecraft month. One of the stories they ran was Maybe the Stars  by  Samantha Henderson which was a neat take on the mythos, casting the Deep Ones in a sympathetic light.

And for fans of science-fiction, even though it didn’t contain any anthro characters, “The Wreck of the Charles Dexter Ward” (part one and part two)  by  Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette was a very entertaining and engaging story. It’s the third tale set in the shared world by the writing duo, which borrows elements of both Lovecraft and Alice in Wonderland.

AD 035 – Shreddy and the Zomb-Dogs   November 4th, 2011

This episode was supposed to posted before the end of October, but Santa claimed his revenge for “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and the freak snowstorm that hit the North East knocked out power for most of this week.

So Happy Halloween, better late than never. We have a treat for you tonight, a dark-fantasy adventure with a character you might remember.

“Shreddy and the Zomb-dogs” is Mary E. Lowd’s second story about Shreddy, the cantankerous tabby cat who has a knack for running afoul of modern electronics. Mary’s story “The Necromouser” appeared in episode 30.

“Shreddy and the Zomb-Dogs” by Mary E. Lowd

Read by Peter Katt

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the episode here.




AD Extra 006 – Autumn Vignettes   October 27th, 2011

Extra episodes showcase something different from the normal stories here. These tales are not anthropomorphic, but fall into speculative fiction and dark fantasy genres. They are also timely, and fit the theme of Halloween and the colder autumn nights with the changing of the seasons.

“Adopting an Ancestor” by Will A. Sanborn

Read by Peter Katt

“Rediscovering Moonlight” by Will A. Sanborn

Read by Chris Hvidsten of the Outcast Novel podcast

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the stories here.