Sunday, June 14th, 2015
Warning:  Some disturbing scenes and situations

Cover for Drabblecast episode Starter House by Raoul IzzardDale looked up through the ribbed Lucite dome of Asteroid Cintas II,
his eyes lit from within by thoughts of a bright future. “I never thought,” he said, “I’d own a purebred house.”

Pam locked her eyes on his. “I knew you would. I knew we would. This makes it all worth it.”

They kissed.

A forklift driver smiled at them as he passed, trundling a giant spool of wire through corridors of stacked feedbags. He disappeared into the high dark bay of the feedlot.

 

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Starter House first appeared in Apex Magazine, January 2009.
Episode Art:  Raoul Izzard
Read by:   Bryn Shurman (Twitter)
Music by:   Bryn Shurman (Facebook)

Twabble:  “He found the bones while hunting madly for escape. A lot of bones. There had been other Georges before him. Many Georges. ”  by  Betadog

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Monday, July 14th, 2014

Cover for Drabblecast 331, Night of the Cooters, by Raoul IzzardSheriff Lindley was asleep on the toilet in the Pachuco County courthouse when someone started pounding on the door.

“Bert!” the voice yelled as the sheriff jerked awake.

“Gol Dang!” said the lawman. The Waco newspaper slid off his lap onto the floor.

 

 

 

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This story was first published in Omni Magazine, April 1987.
Episode Art:  Raoul Izzard

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Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
Warning:  Explicit language

Cover for Drabblecast episode 287, Sweetie, by Raoul IzzardAudiences have so little respect, these days.

Admittedly, my little travelling show isn’t what it once was. We’ve been on the road for a long, long time. But I like to think that for the discerning customer, we still provide value for money. An experience you can’t get from the computer screen–the modern freakshow–despite all its tricks and special effects…

 

 

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A Drabblecast original.
Episode Art:  Raoul Izzard

Twabble:  “"Creativity's a river. It doesn't run dry," Lisa said when she got writer's block. But she didn't factor in the beavers.
--Varda

I pelt bad:
I typed in a fever
'Twas writer's beaver
My plot was in a jam

I couldn't have that
so I made a new hat
of felt
I don't give a damn
-- Algernon Sydney is Dead  by  Varda & Algernon Sydney is Dead

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