Friday, October 30, 2009

"Madness in the Blood " by Catherine Graham

Madness in the Blood
by Catherine Graham
read by Jason Warden
For seven days Jen watched the body count pile up on the news. Five dead on Wednesday, 8 on Thursday, 12 on Friday. The numbers kept going up every day and the numbers went so high that on the seventh day she decided she couldn’t watch the news anymore. She switched it off and went out for a walk, but still she couldn’t escape the escalating numbers of dead people in her city. People were talking about them at the bus stop, in the coffee shops and in the queue for the cash machine. Everyone could see what was happening but no one knew why…except for Jen....
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The image "Germs" was selected specifically for this story and seems to me to be a very graphic representation of what lies within the words. Thank you to Eliza Stein for its use.
Does it get under your skin?

Saturday, October 24, 2009

New Art ::::Germs:::: by Eliza Stein

This little piece was selected to go along with our Halloween episode that will be released next weekend, but once I got it I couldn't wait to get it up.

Eliza Stein is a freelance illustrator from Queens, NY. Her work has been
published by Nerve, Asphodel Press, and her personal favorite so far,
www.HotChicksWithDouchebags.com.
To see more of it, go to www.elizastein.com and
www.aartfaart.wordpress.com
by Eliza Stein

Saturday, October 17, 2009

ShadowCast Podcast #2 Angela's Rising by Kevin Brown..

Angela’s Rising


by Kevin Brown


read by Jason Warden


The stars are wonderful tonight. I want to reach out and trace Orion with my finger, but my arms are pinned down above my head, and this one is taking twice as long as the others.

I measure the time it takes by the number of stars I count. I’m at one hundred and sixty-six, now.

It doesn’t really matter. The result is the same....
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The image "Clone" was selected specifically for this story as it seems to me to best represent our protagonist. Thank you to Lena FX for its use.
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