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The Best Podcast Fiction of All Time (#11 – #20)

The penultimate installment of my Best Podcast Fiction of All Time List, covering #11-20. You can find #41-50 here,  #31-40 here, and #21-30 here.

Just one more list to go!

It was very hard to pick out my favorites among all the great stuff out there.  Now I want to listen to them all again!

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The Best Podcast Fiction of All Time (11 – 20)
  1. “Neighbourhood Watch” by Greg Egan (Pseudopod) – In which we create a caged demon to protect our suburban neighborhood.
  2. “The Boy and the Box” by Adam-Troy Castro (Lightspeed) – In which a boy puts the world in a box because reasons.
  3. “The Paper Menagerie” by Ken Liu (Podcastle and Escape Pod) – In which a man remembers his mother.
  4. “Cup and Table” by Tim Pratt (Podcastle) – In which we are the superheroes of the Round Table.
  5. “The Battle of York” by James Stoddard (Lightspeed) – In which we find out what really happened in American history.
  6. “Deep Red” by Floris Kleijne (Pseudopod) – In which that perfume brings back such strong memories.
  7. “Heartless” by Peadar Ó Guilín (Podcastle) – In which we pay the price for luxury.
  8. “The Wish of the Demon Achtromagk” by Eugie Foster (Drabblecast) – In which a cuddly teddy bear is possessed by a demon.
  9. “I Kill Monsters” by Nathaniel Lee (Cast of Wonders) – In which we hunt boogeymen.
  10. “They Go Bump” by David Barr Kirtley (Escape Pod) – In which a squad of invisible soldiers questions everything.

COMING UP:
In two weeks, just one more installment!  The final 10!  Stay tuned!

About David Steffen (43 Articles)
David Steffen is a writer and editor and software engineer and a voracious consumer of podcast fiction. He’s the founder and editor of Diabolical Plots, which publishes reviews and interviews and soon will be a professionally-paying fiction publisher. Diabolical Plots provides the free writer’s tool The Submission Grinder which helps writers track their submissions and find markets for their work. You can find his bibliography on the DP site. When David grows up, he plans to do ALL THE THINGS.