Get featured on a webfiction podcast!

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  1. Ayami Tyndall (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    I'd be interested in being a guest.

    Also, here is a chapter from new newest series:
    Title: Aer Mutatio
    Author: Ayami Tyndall
    Link: http://ayami.rain.org/?p=863

    Enjoy and Share - http://ayami.rain.org
  2. Senna Black (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    This is a fabulous idea!

    I would love if you used a chapter from my webserial... I would probably pick this one:
    Title: A Frequent Traveller's Guide to Jovan
    Author: Elipsis
    Excerpt: "Darkness" Part I.
    Link: http://www.to-jovan.net/007-darkness-1/

    Of course, almost all the chapters stand alone, but I like this one best. :)

  3. joel wyatt (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Great idea!... of course, you've already heard that ;)

    While writing my blog-fic, i always thought of it in terms of a spoken monolouge, so i think it could be a great fit...

    Title: Flyover City!
    Author: Ted Campbell
    Excerpt: Issue 11: The First Time I Saw a Superhero
    Link: http://flyovercity.blogspot.com/2008/12/11-first-time-i-saw-superhero.html

    I'd be totally willing to be interviewed, if someone really wanted to listen!

  4. Shutsumon (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    I've now installed Skype and a microphone so please consider me as a guest. :-D

    I've also selected an installment which stands relatively alone with my beta reader's help. She's giving it a second going over before I submit it.

    Thanks!
    Becka

  5. Tahjir (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Awesome, another podcast to follow! =D

    Here's the first chapter from my series:
    Title: One Last Autumn
    Author: C. M. Kenyon
    http://thecrimsondance.wordpress.com/chapter-1-anywhere-but-here/

    Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy
    http://hangarninetysix.wordpress.com/
  6. Kess (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    This sounds great! I'll bite. :)

    These are pretty standalone. See what you think!

    Title: Keida's story (pt 1)
    Author: Melanie Edmonds
    Link: http://www.starwalkerblog.com/sneak-peek-keida/

    Title: Henry's story (pt 1)
    Author: Melanie Edmonds
    Link: http://www.starwalkerblog.com/sneak-peek-henry/

    Happy to guest too, though timezones may be a problem (I'm in Australia). Let me know! Good luck with the podcast. :)

  7. M.E.Traylor (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    If you're still taking submissions I will surely bite.

    Title: Guts and Sass: An Anti-Epic
    Author: M.E. Traylor
    Link: http://metraylor.com/gutsandsass/storm2

    or

    http://metraylor.com/gutsandsass/ship5

    Guts and Sass: An Anti-Epic - All your favorite fantasy tropes... not quite the way you've learned to expect them.
  8. Chris George (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    I'm happy to offer up my first episode:

    Title: Shadow - Monsters, Machines and Mad Scientists.
    Author: Chris George
    Link: http://shadowsodes.blogspot.com/2011/01/episode-i-from-dusk-til-dawn.html

    Shadow - Monsters, Machines and Mad Scientists
    http://shadowsodes.blogspot.com
  9. A. M. Harte (Moderator)

    Posted 11 years ago

    RIGHT... Sorry for the delay in replying to you all, and thanks for the interest!

    Looks like the first episode will go live next week. We'll still be collecting names of potential guests and links to readings, as those features will be ongoing so we'll always need new subs.

    Also -- please DO include word counts when you're linking to your fiction, guys!

    In the meantime, for those of you who have already submitted, I've taken note of your names. We ARE moving a little slowly so it could take a few months before we get round to you if we decide to have you on the show (may have to use a random number generator to be fair, ha!).

    @Tahjir The link you gave is not working?

    Qazyfiction: fantasy fiction with a sinister edge.
  10. Tahjir (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Terribly sorry about that, I changed my address a few days ago. This should be the correct link now:
    http://hangarninetysix.wordpress.com/chapter-1-anywhere-but-here/

    Thanks for pointing that out to me. =)

    Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy
    http://hangarninetysix.wordpress.com/
  11. A. Scott & E. Cowles (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Title: Berlin Confidential
    Author: A. Scott & E. Cowles
    Link: http://berlinconfidential.tumblr.com/story/one (3,225 words)

  12. Lyn Thorne-Alder (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    *bites*. But you knew I would.

    Title: Addergoole
    Author: Lyn Thorne-Alder w. Elasmo

    Thinking Rainfall - http://addergoole.com/Rainfall.html or Heartstone http://addergoole.com/HeartStone.html (approx 2000, approx 750)

    https://aldersgrove.wordpress.com/
    "Everything is better with the end of the world"
  13. Chris George (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    Sorry for the lack of wordcount - I'll repost:

    Title: Shadow - Monsters, Machines and Mad Scientists
    Author: Chris George
    Link: http://shadowsodes.blogspot.com/2011/01/episode-i-from-dusk-til-dawn.html (1,966 words)

    Shadow - Monsters, Machines and Mad Scientists
    http://shadowsodes.blogspot.com
  14. joel wyatt (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    WILDLY jazzed about this whole idea - be sure to let us know when the first episode is up!

  15. SgL (Member)

    Posted 11 years ago

    First episode is up guys: http://www.webcastbeacon.com/WEBFICTION/AUDIO/WebfictionWorld_001_Introduction.mp3

    If you ever decide to talk about artists/writers (as there are a few of us out there in various combinations), let me know.
    Title: Tales of the Big Bad Wolf (ongoing): Red Riding Hood Arc (http://talesofthebigbadwolf.com)
    Author: SgL
    Excerpt: Intro from CHapter 1 - 1259

    I also think there is quite a bit of discussion to be had about fanfic as the basis for webserials. That's the background I came from and can rant/rave about fanfiction.net and fictionpress.com. The other idea I suggest for you guys is to talk to wattpad folks as they are essentially doing the fictionpress model but to much better reception.

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