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The InsideCreativeWriting.com podcast is a weekly audio discussion of craft and technique for writers of fiction and creative nonfiction. Every week we examine a different specific element of craft through examples, insight, and weekly writing challenges. The podcast features guest interviews on specific elements of the writing craft and incorporates listener feedback in the form of topic suggestions, responses to previous episodes, favorite quotes and advice on writing, and questions. About the Host: Brad Reed lives and works in Corvallis, Oregon, home of Oregon State University. His passion is writing: fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, screenplay—however the stories in his head best come out on paper. He has been writing for over two decades and is an avid student of the craft and techniques of creative writing. Brad has been married for over twenty years and has three children. He is working on the forthcoming novel The Giant Life of Emmett Mills in addition to the occasional poem, work of short fiction, creative nonfiction essay, and random musing.
By Brad Reed
The Centropic Oracle aims to publish and showcase the artistic works of science fiction/fantasy short story writers and voice over actors in an audio-only format. We feature a monthly podcast of a short story and a weekly podcast of a flash fiction story. See our Library for all our podcasts; you can filter by story length, genre, and sub-genre to find multiple podcasts of specific interest. Each contributor also has their own page which is kept up-to-date with their latest news and upcoming events or releases.
By The Centropic Oracle: thoughtful science fiction and fantasy flash and short story audio publisher
Now on iTunes "New and Noteworthy" list! Superhero pop culture has taken over but how do you answer all the questions your muggle friends keep throwing your way? Let Ariel and Mike dissect movies, shows, and trailers with their knowledge of comic books, humor, and rage. They are geek and so can you!
By Ariel Rada & Michael Chen
Whether you're a parent or a child, a young reader or an older one, the Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter is indeed just that – a treasure chest of delightful, charming little stories full of animals and people. Beatrix Potter today has spawned a whole industry of merchandise, games and theme parks, but the stories remain as fresh and sparkling as they were when they first came out in 1901. The Great Big Treasury contains three collections compiled into one enchanting volume - The Giant Treasury of Peter Rabbit, Further Tales of Peter Rabbit and The Giant Treasury of Beatrix Potter. It contains nineteen tales featuring a troop of unforgettable characters. Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and rebellious young fellow, is the hero of many a tale, along with his goody-goody sisters Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-tail. Their long-suffering mother strives to keep Peter out of mischief and Mr. McGregor's tempting garden filled with luscious fruits and vegetables. The stories sparkle with Beatrix Potter's amusing lines which have old Mrs. Rabbit cautioning her children against trespassing into the garden, “Your father had an accident there. He was put into a pie!” Other memorable characters include Squirrel Nutkin, who is a most impertinent fellow, Peter Rabbit's cousin Benjamin Bunny, two bad mice, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and Tailor Simpkin, a frog called Mr. Jeremy Fisher and many more. The stories are a mixture of moral fables and fascinating descriptions of nature and Victorian childhood naughtiness. Peter Rabbit's stories have been translated into nearly forty languages and adapted for stage, film and television, converted into animated cartoons and toys, children's room accessories, furnishings and wall-paper. In fact, Beatrix Potter herself was the first person to realize the commercial value of merchandising. Her illustrations for the stories show her as a gifted artist and nature conservationist who lived in the picturesque Lake District in England. The stories are distinctive in the way they connect directly with childhood imagination and the writing style is particularly suited to being read aloud – an activity which has been enjoyed by generations of both parents and children the world over.
By Loyal Books
Coming to you from the Great Library of Dreams at Hypnogoria Towers, Mr Jim Moon invites you to take a comfy armchair by the fireside to talk of all things weird and wonderful. Alternating between discussions of strange cinema, television, comics and literature, and readings of classic genre fiction, Hypnobobs brings you all you need to keep your imagination well nourished… Hypnobobs brings you a family of four podcasts! Originally what was one show (Hypnobobs) is now a quartet - the indepth discussions and reviews come under the banner of the Hypnogoria podcast, bite-size shows and general odds and sods appear as Microgoria, we have book reviews and discussions as Tomegoria, and our famous readings of classic weird fiction are now broadcast as From the Great Library of Dreams!