Audio Works

What Does the Music of the Future Sound Like?

When I was a kid, I saw a cheezy science fiction B movie wherein someone was playing an instrument that looked like a small organ with a hemispherical keyboard, and before him was a screen that lit up with all kinds of colors that was meant to be pa... Read More »

Deconstructing Horror: Slamming Doors, Rattling Chains

Deconstructing Horror: Slamming Doors, Rattling Chains

Haunted Sounds We’re very excited for this week’s edition of Deconstructing Horror, in which we will investigate how Haunted Houses have possessed the auditory arts. When I was a kid, I was the weirdo that wanted to listen to the Disney’s The Thrilli... Read More »

ASM Blog Horde Interview with Diane Severson

Welcome to the Amazing Stories BLOG HORDE INTERVIEWS! The ASM Blog Horde is a diverse and wonderful species. I have the privilege of talking with all of them, and I get to share those chats with you. In this long-running series, you will have the op... Read More »

From the In Box

ATOMIC BARK! explores all types of Science Fiction, Horror, Fantasy, Surrealism, and alternative/subversive culture, in all media, including literature, cinema, art, comic books, music, theatre, philosophy and science, and much more. The ATOMIC BARK!... Read More »

Synthetic Voices #15 – February 2013 Top Picks

Synthetic Voices #15 – February 2013 Top Picks

Woweewow, I love February’s crop of Top Picks!  There is so much goodness I can hardly contain myself!  I think all tastes will be sated this month. [powerpress] Discuss on: … Read More »

Me and My Sofa.

Me and My Sofa.

Ah yes, me and my Sofa. I feel confident calling it my Sofa. With a capital S because the sofa I’m referring to, StarShipSofa, is a podcast magazine. And I can call it mine because it’s a collaborative effort. It belongs to everyone else who wo... Read More »

Calling All Space Cadets!

Ever wanted to travel to outer space? Now’s your chance… for real. Lynx Apollo antiperspirant have launched a competition to win a trip flying 103km up into space. How do you do it? First, potential candidates sign up on the competition w... Read More »

Synthetic Voices #14 – January 2013 Top Picks

Synthetic Voices #14 – January 2013 Top Picks

This month’s Top Picks are some of the most clever stories I’ve heard in a while.  I guess January is just a clever kind of month! [powerpress] Discuss on: … Read More »

Synthetic Voices’ Top Podcasted Stories of 2012

Synthetic Voices’ Top Podcasted Stories of 2012

Over at the Synthetic Voices podcast, I see a LOT of fiction over the course of a calendar year.  Now, the 2012th year of the Common Era is coming to a close, so I thought I’d look back over my selections and pick out the cream of the crop.  Th... Read More »

Blind Geek For Beginners

Blind Geek For Beginners

Folks who read my author bio will have realized I lead an interesting life or that I have a passion for Starbucks. No wait, that wasn’t it. Yes, you will have noticed that I’m something of a hardcore gamer and that I’m visually impaired. Granted, the... Read More »

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