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