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Journey together through innumerable worlds of fiction with Prose, a biweekly podcast series that offers up short stories of all genres and subject matter. If you like fiction of all sorts with the occasional bit of poetry or verse thrown in for good measure, join us on our adventures through the labyrinths of the human psyche and the infinite spaces of the imagination.
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Dec 3, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode forty-five of Prose.

 

This week, mourn the death of our sun and rejoin Fayle in the world of ants, where we will be introduced to the legendary Telo.

 

The second story this week is the continuation of a multi-part series for Prose based on the novella by guest author Jack Lee.  As I mentioned last week, this marks the first time that Prose has tackled a work of this size, depth, or length, and I hope that you will all continue to enjoy what will become an ambitious journey together with the characters that Mr. Lee has brought to life.

 

As per my normal pleas, I hope that you’ll all go follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, as this can help the podcast get noticed; but, I truly beg you even more to head over  to iTunes and leave a rating and/or review for Prose.  Ratings and reviews set this show up for continuing into the future.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite. 

 

Thanks for listening.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

 

This week we have “Kamatayan” and  Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo – Parts II and III: “The Markings” and “Bad Dreams”


Enjoy.

Nov 19, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode forty-four of Prose.

This week, begin an epic journey into the world…of ants.

The story this week is actually the first of a multi-part series for Prose based on the novella by guest author Jack Lee entitled.  This marks the first time that Prose has tackled a work of this size, depth, or length, and I hope that you will all enjoy what will become an ambitious journey together with the characters that Mr. Lee has brought to life.

Though I’m moving away from the stories I wrote during Inktober, I still want to encourage any artists, writers, or other creators out in the world to take on a challenge of creating for thirty-one days in a row.  It’s a healthy exercise and certainly one worth undertaking. 

I hope that you’ll all go follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, as this can help the podcast get noticed; but, I truly beg you even more to head over  to iTunes and leave a rating and/or review for Prose.  Ratings and reviews set this show up for continuing into the future.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite. 

Thanks for listening.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

This week we have Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo – Part I: “The Selection."

Enjoy.

Nov 5, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode forty-three of Prose.

This week, become a bit confused along with some poor schmuck just trying to make a coffee run and figure out who you are.

The stories this week continue to be based on Inktober prompts. What this means is that each story is composed in roughly thirty minutes and is limited to 1000 words or less.  Though October, and therefore Inktober, is over, I encourage any artists, writers, or other creators out in the world to take on a challenge of creating for thirty-one days in a row.  It’s a healthy exercise and certainly one worth undertaking.  As always, I beg you all to follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, as this can help the podcast get noticed; but, I beg you even more to head over  to iTunes and leave a rating and/or review for Prose.  Ratings and reviews set this show up for continuing into the future.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite. 

This week we have “Split” and “On a Saturday Night in October.”

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Oct 22, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode forty-two of Prose.

 

This week, experience the death of an old friend with a side of guilt and ponder an age-old cliché’s meaning.

 

The stories this week are super special because they are connected to the October tradition that many artists cleave to—Inktober.  I go a bit more in depth about how that is so at the end of the first story this week, so keep your ears open for that connection. Please do follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, as this can help the podcast get noticed.  Even more importantly, please go to iTunes and leave a rating and/or review for Prose.  Ratings and reviews set this show up for continuing into the future.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite. 

 

Well, thanks for listening.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

 

This week we have “An Old Friend” and “Mightier.”


Enjoy.

 

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Oct 8, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode forty-one of Prose.

This week, find a connection between a brutal murder and a matchbook collection and peer and ponder into the quasi-distant future.

I actually save some of the updates for the ends of the stories, but, please do follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, as this can help the podcast get noticed.  Even more importantly, please go to iTunes and leave a rating and/or review for Prose.  Ratings and reviews set this show up for continuing into the future.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite. 

Well, thanks for listening.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

This week we have “Roberta’s Optimism” and “2068.”


Enjoy.

Sep 24, 2017

Join Barb, Anton, Hy, and Mack for one last adventure in "Sonbol: Part V- The Smock."  

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The ambient noise track in the background of the story is from Freesound.org, and come from user Sclolex.  It is being used under a CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication License.  The music you hear was taken from the Free Music Archive. The track comes from Lee Rosevere’s album 5 Minute Meditations and is titled “5 Minute Meditations (album mix with alpha waves).” Mr. Rosevere’s track is being used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. 

Sep 24, 2017

Join Barb, Anton, Hy, and Mack for one last adventure in "Sonbol: Part V- The Smock."  

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The ambient noise track in the background of the story is from Freesound.org, and come from user Sclolex.  It is being used under a CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication License.  The music you hear was taken from the Free Music Archive. The track comes from Lee Rosevere’s album 5 Minute Meditations and is titled “5 Minute Meditations (album mix with alpha waves).” Mr. Rosevere’s track is being used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. 

Sep 24, 2017

Come embrace the cold as a companion in "Geodetic North."

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All sounds present are from Freesound.org, and come from user Pufermufin.  The track is being used under CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication License.

Sep 24, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode forty of Prose.

This week, let cold become your constant companion and join Anton, Barb, Hy, and Mack for one last adventure out near Academy Prime. 

Sep 10, 2017

Rejoin the Quad from Primrose 33, picking back up to see what happened after Hy and Mack had an intimate moment in the flight simulator. 

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All sounds present come from Freesound.org, and, indeed, they all come from the same contributor to the sit—soundathon.  The tracks are being used under CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Licenses.

Sep 10, 2017

Lose your grip on the waking world and disappear into dreams in "The Waking World."

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All sounds present come from Freesound.org.  The ocean waves come from rucisko, and the piano track comes from soundathon. The tracks are being used under CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Licenses.

Sep 10, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode thirty-nine of Prose.

This week, lose your grip on the waking world and disappear into dreams and rejoin the Quad from Primrose 33, picking back up to see what happened after Hy and Mack had an intimate moment in the flight simulator. 

Now, for a some updates.

Firstly, thank you all so much for being understanding about the need for a hiatus.  A little time away from the podcast does the stories good.  Thank you a second time for being willing to come back and join me for some new adventures through the infinite realms of the imagination. 

I have a lot of news to toss your way, so please do let me just get started, so we can get to the fiction…

Yes, the show will now come out every other Sunday rather than every Sunday.  Hopefully, this allows me to give each story the time it deserves and to give you all the content you deserve.

Yes, I do have a Patreon plan and will begin implementing it by the month of October.  Thank you for your patience. 

Yes, I will finish up some multi-part stories that, as of right now, have left you all hanging.

Yes, I am accepting short fiction from authors that might like their work featured on the podcast.

Yes, the website is still in flux.  There, I’ll have to beg your continued patience.

Please follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, as this can help the podcast get noticed.  Even more importantly, please go to iTunes and leave a rating and/or review for Prose.  Ratings and reviews set this show up for continuing into the future.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite. 

 

Aug 27, 2017

Come for the update on Season 2.  Stay for the reading of John Keat's "Season 2 Update and "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer."

Aug 6, 2017

Rejoin the Quad from Primrose 33, picking back up to see how they escaped from what seemed like certain death in their last set of adventures. 

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All sounds present come from Freesound.org, and, indeed, they all come from the same contributor to the sit—editijo.  The tracks are being used under CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Licenses.

Aug 6, 2017

Decide whether you really can live with...or without...someone in Emily Dickinson's "I cannot live with You." 

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Both sounds present behind the poem come from Freesound.org.  The first cello tuning sound comes from speedryce, and the melody comes from editijo.  The tracks are being used under CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Licenses.

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