|Hi all, Audio Editor Chris here. I realize its been quite a while since anything new fiction wise has been released here. Decided to talk about a new version of my eBook available here to see if anyone is still paying attention to this blog. The new version of the story is available at Amazon. If you haven’t checked it out please check it out! Its only $1.99 USD.|
The audio is back! This time we have prepaid Libsyn quite a bit of money so this issue will not happen again.
Hi all, we know the audio is missing and we are working on getting it back. And we are working on coming back out again. We do really appreciate your patience.
Thanks to Libsyn’s help we were able to get all of the audio back. If you do happen to find any episodes that don’t play please drop us a line! (or for faster service send a message to @chrispodcaster on Twitter).
Its recently came to our attention that our audio files have stopped playing, we are working on getting this fixed currently and hope to have it fixed soon.
At this time, clonepod is undergoing some changes. We have lost one editor and two audio engineers – hence the lower quality of the previous episode. What we haven’t lost is a fantastic line up of stories and we are working hard at getting up to speed at editing stories ourselves. We expect to be up and running again at our previous quality in two weeks, but we won’t air until we can do a good job. – Forrest and Abby
Read by Jusitn Lowmaster
Today’s story is PG13 for language and adult topics
You can find out more about today’s author at his website www.robertreedwriter.com
Everyone is an unmitigated failure.
And then success comes, or it doesn’t. When I was still an unpublished author, I wrote a long story about an average fellow wandering through his relentlessly unremarkable life. His world wasn’t particularly different from mine, ecept for being set in some down-the-road future. The plot was minimal, the sf ideas scarse. Yet something about the narrative….
Today we are proud to present a story by Mike Resnick. The story is The Last Dog, be warned you may find this is a very sad story. If your not able to cry where your at, you may wish to hold off on listening to the story.
We do apologize for this story being late, the next one will most likely also be late. Details as to why, are given in this episode.
Read by Ace Antonio Hall
This story is rated r for language.
Episode 26 is part of our Dog Appreciation Month at Clonepod in honor of our new puppy, WallE and our dog, Hazel, who has welcomed WallE into the family.
Scott Bradfield has worked in Hollywood writing scripts for Sony, Universal, Working Title and Roger Corman’s Concorde Films. He has written two books entitled Hot Animal Love and Good Girl Wants it Bad. Recent work has appeared in Bookforum, thefanzine.com and the New York Ghost.
Dazzle found his first script conference a lot less painful than he expected.
“I see a dog with severe personality disorders,” envisioned Syd Fleishman of Sony Tristar, seated in his overstuffed leather armchair with a plastic liter of Evian propped between his knees. “I see a dog with closeness issues, and issues about his dad…..
Read by Leslie Ann Moore
audio engineering by Bruce McDonald
Music by Robert Farmer
Happy New Year from everyone at clonepod. Today we are releasing the promised Flash Fiction piece that we had intended to release for Christmas before we knew we could run the wonderful steampunk story, Cold Duty for Christmas.
The author of today’s story, Jonathan Lowe, has a website that includes interviews and reviews of audio books. We recommend checking his work out at Justsaynoway.com.
I was in the air en route to Jamaica once when the guy next to me said: “We aliens like to fly first class.”
I looked at him, closely. He winked. Twice. On the second wink I spewed the gin and tonic I’d been sipping all over him. Luckily, the old folks sitting across from us were asleep, precluding embarrassment. Although I did have a good excuse for it. After all, the guy doing the winking had two eyelids, the second resembling an icky green jelly-like membrane. Other than this rather minor oversight he could have passed for any insurance salesman.