Friday, September 25th, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast 131, Storm Comes a' Callin,' by Philip PomphreyI heft the axe. Lighter now, and warm in my palms. My old bones creak, I lift it over my head. I stare at the groove in the ground, beaten into the land. Many a storm been broke here. Too many, maybe…

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Originally published in Ideomancer Vol. 3 Issue 2, February 2004. In Search of the Mongolian Death Worm: Part One, Cheyenne Wright, Super Animal Deathmatch Season III
Episode Art:  Phil Pomphrey
Music by:   Big Bill Broonzy, John Campbell, Cheyenne Wright and Norm Sherman

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Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast Episode 130, Trifecta 9, by Bo Kaier

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"Dinosaur" by Bruce Holland Rogers originally appeared in Flash Fiction Online, February 2009. "Monster Talk" by Steve Calvert is a Drabblecast original story. "The Curse of the Android’s Wife" by Bruce Boston was originally published in Science Fiction Age, January 1994, (Jan 1994, ed. Scott Edelman, publ. Sovereign Media Co.

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Thursday, September 10th, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast episode 129, Annabelle's Alphabet, by Bess GutensteinAnnabelle’s mother closed her eyes. “Get it sharp,” she said. “Very sharp, so it doesn’t hurt much. I’ll boil some water.”

Somewhere in the house, far from the green places she’d known, baby Annabelle lay on her stomach and cried…

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Originally published in Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, October 2001.
Episode Art:  Bess Gutenstein
Music by:   Gringo Motel, Devin Anderson, Marco Esu, Sara Ayers, Palestrina, Chopin, The Brothers Femme, and Norm Sherman

Twabble:  “Cthulhu was buried in his wool suit, seaweed and supplications in his breast pockets. Mourners left behind their sons. ”  by  F5iver

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Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast episode 128, The End of the Universe, by Bo Kaier“Countdown commencing,” the computer announced. “Termination of the universe in 10 . . . 9 . . . 8 . . .”

Eight seconds until the end of everything. No Earth, no galaxy, no existence…

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Originally published in Darker Matter, May 2007.
Episode Art:  Bo Kaier
Music by:   Steve Stanger, Paradroid, Chris Willits and Norm Sherman

Twabble:  “When She awoke her brain felt like it was wrapped in gauze. It wasn't her apt. and it wasn't her blood, but it smelled good. ”  by  Revsleestaxx

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  •  Feature:  Nanuq  by  John Kratman
  •  Drabble:  The Place Where Dogs Go When They Die  by  John Medaille
  •  Genre:  Action  Drabblecast  Fantasy  Horror

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast episode 127, Nanuq, by Rodolfo ArredondoHis years away from me had bled any belief he once had in the old ways. I had thought to educate him, to make him wise in the ways of science and the world. I thought after he graduated he would return and learn the way of the angatquq, the shaman, and take his place in the secret circles of the People, as his mother had.
But the University had narrowed his mind instead of widening it. He had turned his back on his people…

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Originally published in Northwest Passages: A Cascadian Anthology, (Nov 2005, ed. Cris Dimarco, publ. Fandom Press).

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Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast episode 126, Dagon, by Adam S. DoyleAs I crawled into the stranded boat I realized that only one theory could explain my position. Through some unprecedented volcanic upheaval, a portion of the ocean floor must have been thrown to the surface, exposing regions which for innumerable millions of years had lain hidden under unfathomable watery depths…

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Originally published in The Vagrant, issue #11, November 1919.
Episode Art:  Adam S. Doyle
Music by:   Bbardle- The Heartache Over Innsmouth
Poem:  The Fungi from Yuggoth  by  H.P. Lovecraft

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Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast B-Sides 6, The Horror at Martin's Beach, by Kathleen BeckettIts extraordinary mouth, its thick and scaly hide, and its single, deep-set eye were wonders scarcely less remarkable than its colossal dimensions; and when the naturalists pronounced it an infant organism, which could not have been hatched more than a few days, public interest mounted to extraordinary heights…

Originally published in Weird Tales, November 1923.
Episode Art:  Kathleen Beckett

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