Saturday, 30 May 2009

57 - Herbert West Reanimator, part 2

Hello again to all Lovecraft fans out there in the intertubes!

Today I present the second part of H.P. Lovercraft's story Herbert West reanimator.

But before you get to that Lovecraftian goodness you'll have to wade through the next part of Through the Brazillian Wilderness ( a book by Teddy Roosevelt ), and a 1926 track called "I ate the Balloni"!

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Monday, 18 May 2009

56 - Herbert West : Reanimator, part 1

A show thrown together AND put up late, please be forgiving :)

Today I simply present part one of "Herbert West Reanimator" by H.P. Lovecraft.

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Sunday, 3 May 2009

Submission Guidelines

I've been asked a number of times what the submission guidelines for the show are. Well the last email that came in today has finally prompted me to make up some "official" guidelines, and here they are.

1. Stories are "preferred" if they are creepy/spooky and Lovecraft like. Also they are preferred if they include elements of the established "Cthulhu Mythos". Again , preferred if set in or around the 1920's.

2. The point aboove is just preferences, not exclusives. For example, the show has run Sci Fi, historic, fantasy and straight forward ghost stories.

3. No swearing in the stories.

4. Please send your story to the email address mentioned in the show.

5. Send your story as an attachment to the email, either Txt, Pdf, Doc or Odt.

6. Please have your attached document include your name, your email address, the stories title, any blurb or links about yourself that you want pimped on the show if your story is accepted. Oh, and the story.

6. I dont want any rights to your story, you keep 'em. I will obviously be podcasting the story, and the podcast will be permanently hosted at ""

7. There is no payment for stories, it's done for the love of it, not for money.

8. Dont expect responses to your submission email. I take a long long time to get around to the emails. If you submit it, presume I'm going to use it, unless you hear otherwise.

9. Massive thanks from me to everyone who submits a story :)

10. Can't think of a 10.

Saturday, 2 May 2009

55 - The Street of the Four Winds

In this episode we breeze past another reading from Through the Brazillian Wilderness and blow over a 1929 musical number and draft into the main story which is a short taken from "The King in Yellow" that's called "The Street of the Four Winds", read for us by Peter Yearsley.

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