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Gallery of Curiosities

Kevin Frost

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Gallery of Curiosities
Gallery of Curiosities

Gallery of Curiosities

Kevin Frost

3
Followers
6
Plays
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A fiction anthology podcast curated for the retropunk palate. Our stories are hosted by Osgoode, a tribute to the beloved local late night horror hosts from the days before cable TV.

Latest Episodes

Customer Service of the Priestood of Thikra, Destroyer of Worlds and Creator of Light by Yasmine Fahmy

Even the most ancient of religions must adapt to survive. Elizabeth Chatsworth performs. Author Yasmine Fahmy lives in Cairo, Egypt, where she spends her time hiding from the sun, her students, and the djinn to whom she sold her soul for inspiration. It never delivered on the inspiration front, you see. Her work has appeared in Daily Science Fiction and the Sockdolager. Narrator Elizabeth Chatsworth is a professional voice actor and a member of SAG-AFTRA. She prefers voice acting to on-screen work as in a voice-booth no-one can see your fuzzy bunny slippers. Her interests include cosplay, PC gaming, and writing. Find out more at www.elizabethchatsworth.com Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

7 MIN1 w ago
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Customer Service of the Priestood of Thikra, Destroyer of Worlds and Creator of Light by Yasmine Fahmy

All She Needs by Madeleine Swann

EA thoroughly modern girl returns from London with a new style and new friends, much to the dismay of her parents and the staff. Sarah Golding narrates. Rated R. Author Madeleine Swann's story collection, Fortune Box, was published by Eraserhead Press and her first novella was part of their New Bizarro Author series. Her second novella was released by Strangehouse Books. Her delightfully icky short stories have appeared on The Wicked Library podcast, and the anthology The New Flesh: A Tribute to David Cronenberg. http://madeleineswann.com/ Narrator Sarah Golding has created a huge range of character types for indie audio drama, and been in such wondrous podcasts as Amelia Project, Edict Zero and Hostile Worlds. She hosts MADIVA podcast and runs script writing comps with her company Quirky Voices, producing and performing new writing at podcast events. www.sarahgoldingvoiceactorandmore.weebly.com Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

29 MIN1 w ago
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All She Needs by Madeleine Swann

Doc Borden's Hard-Luck Hoss by Julie Frost

A frontier doctor is befriended by a unicorn. Jim Hodgson narrates. You may need a hankie before this one is over. Julie Frost is an award-winning author who writes every shade of speculative fiction. Her short stories appear in Monster Hunter Files, Writers of the Future, Tales of Ruma, StoryHack, and many others. Her novel series, "Pack Dynamics," is published by WordFire Press. She whines about writing, a lot, at http://agilebrit.livejournal.com/ Narrator Jim Hodgson is a humorist from Atlanta, GA. He writes, produces, and acts in Bad Gladiator, a full-cast audio comedy set in ancient Rome. Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

19 MIN2 w ago
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Doc Borden's Hard-Luck Hoss by Julie Frost

Only Gutter Girls and Ruined Things by Julia K. Patt

An American prairie girl learns about life, larceny, and how to repair a clockwork cat. Sarah Heiner narrates. Rated YA. Author Julia K. Patt is a writer, teacher, and editor living in Maryland. Her stories have appeared in Clarkesworld, Escape Pod, and Luna Station Quarterly, among other places. Follow her on Twitter (@chidorme) or check out her website juliakpatt.com for more. Narrator Sarah Heiner, active in Second Life under the pseudonym of Bookworm, assisted in the editing of two of the three 'Tales from New Babbage' volumes, and has stories published in all three. She lives in the fly-over land of Minnesota, with more books than she knows what to do with. Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

38 MIN3 w ago
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Only Gutter Girls and Ruined Things by Julia K. Patt

The Seven O'Clock Man by Kate Heartfield

Children will be in bed on time. Or else. A seasonably dark tale from colonial Quebec to turn the mood to winter. Wilson Fowlie narrates. Rated creepy clockpunk. Author Kate Heartfield is the author of the historical fantasy novel Armed in Her Fashion and the two Alice Payne time travel novellas. She also writes interactive fiction, including The Road to Canterbury, published by Choice of Games. Her fiction has been shortlisted for the Nebula, Locus, Aurora, Sunburst and Crawford awards; "The Seven O'Clock Man" was longlisted for the Sunburst award. A former journalist, Kate lives in Ottawa, Canada. Her website is heartfieldfiction.com and she is on Twitter @kateheartfield. Narrator Wilson Fowlie has been reading stories out loud since the age of 4, and credits his parents for any talent he has for it. He's been narrating for podcasts since he answered a call for readers for PodCastle in 2008. He has narrated dozens of stories for many podcasts, including all of the Escape Artists s...

34 MIN3 w ago
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The Seven O'Clock Man by Kate Heartfield

Approximations That Gradually Approach the Truth by David M. Hoenig

There’s something strange about the trains. Buy a ticket to Brisbane, and it takes you to Berlin instead. Or maybe even Boston. A young student from MIT sets out to decode the mystery. Wulf Moon narrates. Rated Weird Steampunk. Author David M. Hoenig is an academic surgeon who lives to write, instead of writing to live. His wife believes that he rather than his stories belongs in a gallery of Curiosities. He has published with Grim Dark Magazine, Flame Tree Publishing, Cast of Wonders, and others. He has published a book of weird poetry and surreal art called Queen to His King with Oscillate Wildly. His first novel (Sci fi space opera) is in the editing phase. As a teen, narrator Wulf Moon won Scholastic Writing Awards--the same contest that discovered Stephen King, Truman Capote, Joyce Carol Oates and many iconic names of the 20th Century. He won Star Trek: Strange New Worlds; and recently won the international talent search Writers of the Future. Moon is podcast director at Futur...

22 MINOCT 19
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Approximations That Gradually Approach the Truth by David M. Hoenig

The Book Burning by JD Blackrose

A librarian in Nazi occupied Paris uses her special talents when faced with an order to burn her books. Gabrielle Riel narrates. Author JD Blackrose loves all things storytelling and celebrates great writing by posting about it on her website, www.slipperywords.com. She has published The Soul Wars series and the Monster Hunter Mom series, both through Falstaff Books, as well as numerous short stories. No one knows how many of her family were killed because there are none left. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter. Narrator Gabrielle Riel is the General Director of Radio Riel (http://radioriel.org), an Internet radio station with seven audio streams that has been bringing music and audio dramas to audiophiles, bibliophiles, history-lovers, Jazz babies, Classical music enthusiasts, Steampunks and other assorted geeks since June 2007. You can hear the many ways in which the Nightingale sings at https://www.mixcloud.com/gabrielleriel/ . Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

18 MINOCT 15
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The Book Burning by JD Blackrose

The One in the Night-Storm Dress by Andrea Martinez Corbin

A young woman makes her debut at Death's masquerade. Rated YA friendly. Alex Ford of Ford Theater Reunion narrates. Author Andrea Martinez Corbin is an author and the founder of the Speculative Boston reading series. Her stories have appeared in Shimmer, Flash Fiction Online, Podcastle, and more. Her interactive fiction has appeared in Sub-Q, and more projects are available on her website, www.amcorbin.com. On Twitter, she is @rosencrantz. When narrator Alex Ford isn't rocking around the nation in her band, Ford Theatre Reunion, she's holed up in her guest room following a different passion: recording audio books and editing manuscripts. An avid reader and writer, she delights in helping people bring their creativity to life. You can check out her exploits, mystery bruises, and a most handsome cat on facebook or instagram.facebook.com/srslyjohns instagram.com/srslyalex Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

47 MINJUL 31
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The One in the Night-Storm Dress by Andrea Martinez Corbin

Badlands Dentistry by Eddie Generous

EAll is fair in love and dentistry. A horror story from the badlands of Canada. Mild NSFW advisory. Wilson Fowlie narrates. Author Eddie Generous is a co-author of the collection Splish, Slash, Takin’ a Bloodbath (written with Mark Allan Gunnells and Renee Miller) as well as the collection Dead is Dead, but Not Always. He runs Unnerving and Unnerving Magazine and he lives on the Pacific Coast of British Columbia with his wife and their cat overlords. Narrator Wilson Fowlie has been reading stories out loud since the age of 4, and credits his parents for any talent he has for it. He’s been narrating for podcasts since he answered a call for readers for PodCastle in 2008. He’s narrated dozens of stories for many podcasts, including all of the Escape Artists shows. Wilson fits all this narrating between his day job as a web developer in Vancouver, Canada, and directing a community show chorus called The Maple Leaf Singers. Curiosities No. 5 is available now on Amazon, Kindle, and Kin...

26 MINJUL 8
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Badlands Dentistry by Eddie Generous

East Wind in Carrall Street by Holly Schofield

Author Holly Schofield website hollyschofield.wordpress.com Narrator Wulf Moon website driftweave.com Theme song: Ashes Ashes by Deus Ex Vapore Machina Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod/incompetech.com Finding Movement by Kevin MacLeod/incompetech.com Journey to China by Tomjog/Pond5.com Floating Cities by Kevin MacLeod/incompetech.com Promises to Keep by Kevin MacLeod/incomptech.com Some sound effects via Pond5.com Curiosities No. 5 is available now on Amazon, Kindle, and Kindle Unlimited. Visit our store page for links. Special submission session: We are reading World War 2 themed manuscripts until the end of June. Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

38 MINJUN 28
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East Wind in Carrall Street by Holly Schofield

Latest Episodes

Customer Service of the Priestood of Thikra, Destroyer of Worlds and Creator of Light by Yasmine Fahmy

Even the most ancient of religions must adapt to survive. Elizabeth Chatsworth performs. Author Yasmine Fahmy lives in Cairo, Egypt, where she spends her time hiding from the sun, her students, and the djinn to whom she sold her soul for inspiration. It never delivered on the inspiration front, you see. Her work has appeared in Daily Science Fiction and the Sockdolager. Narrator Elizabeth Chatsworth is a professional voice actor and a member of SAG-AFTRA. She prefers voice acting to on-screen work as in a voice-booth no-one can see your fuzzy bunny slippers. Her interests include cosplay, PC gaming, and writing. Find out more at www.elizabethchatsworth.com Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

7 MIN1 w ago
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Customer Service of the Priestood of Thikra, Destroyer of Worlds and Creator of Light by Yasmine Fahmy

All She Needs by Madeleine Swann

EA thoroughly modern girl returns from London with a new style and new friends, much to the dismay of her parents and the staff. Sarah Golding narrates. Rated R. Author Madeleine Swann's story collection, Fortune Box, was published by Eraserhead Press and her first novella was part of their New Bizarro Author series. Her second novella was released by Strangehouse Books. Her delightfully icky short stories have appeared on The Wicked Library podcast, and the anthology The New Flesh: A Tribute to David Cronenberg. http://madeleineswann.com/ Narrator Sarah Golding has created a huge range of character types for indie audio drama, and been in such wondrous podcasts as Amelia Project, Edict Zero and Hostile Worlds. She hosts MADIVA podcast and runs script writing comps with her company Quirky Voices, producing and performing new writing at podcast events. www.sarahgoldingvoiceactorandmore.weebly.com Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

29 MIN1 w ago
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All She Needs by Madeleine Swann

Doc Borden's Hard-Luck Hoss by Julie Frost

A frontier doctor is befriended by a unicorn. Jim Hodgson narrates. You may need a hankie before this one is over. Julie Frost is an award-winning author who writes every shade of speculative fiction. Her short stories appear in Monster Hunter Files, Writers of the Future, Tales of Ruma, StoryHack, and many others. Her novel series, "Pack Dynamics," is published by WordFire Press. She whines about writing, a lot, at http://agilebrit.livejournal.com/ Narrator Jim Hodgson is a humorist from Atlanta, GA. He writes, produces, and acts in Bad Gladiator, a full-cast audio comedy set in ancient Rome. Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

19 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Doc Borden's Hard-Luck Hoss by Julie Frost

Only Gutter Girls and Ruined Things by Julia K. Patt

An American prairie girl learns about life, larceny, and how to repair a clockwork cat. Sarah Heiner narrates. Rated YA. Author Julia K. Patt is a writer, teacher, and editor living in Maryland. Her stories have appeared in Clarkesworld, Escape Pod, and Luna Station Quarterly, among other places. Follow her on Twitter (@chidorme) or check out her website juliakpatt.com for more. Narrator Sarah Heiner, active in Second Life under the pseudonym of Bookworm, assisted in the editing of two of the three 'Tales from New Babbage' volumes, and has stories published in all three. She lives in the fly-over land of Minnesota, with more books than she knows what to do with. Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

38 MIN3 w ago
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Only Gutter Girls and Ruined Things by Julia K. Patt

The Seven O'Clock Man by Kate Heartfield

Children will be in bed on time. Or else. A seasonably dark tale from colonial Quebec to turn the mood to winter. Wilson Fowlie narrates. Rated creepy clockpunk. Author Kate Heartfield is the author of the historical fantasy novel Armed in Her Fashion and the two Alice Payne time travel novellas. She also writes interactive fiction, including The Road to Canterbury, published by Choice of Games. Her fiction has been shortlisted for the Nebula, Locus, Aurora, Sunburst and Crawford awards; "The Seven O'Clock Man" was longlisted for the Sunburst award. A former journalist, Kate lives in Ottawa, Canada. Her website is heartfieldfiction.com and she is on Twitter @kateheartfield. Narrator Wilson Fowlie has been reading stories out loud since the age of 4, and credits his parents for any talent he has for it. He's been narrating for podcasts since he answered a call for readers for PodCastle in 2008. He has narrated dozens of stories for many podcasts, including all of the Escape Artists s...

34 MIN3 w ago
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The Seven O'Clock Man by Kate Heartfield

Approximations That Gradually Approach the Truth by David M. Hoenig

There’s something strange about the trains. Buy a ticket to Brisbane, and it takes you to Berlin instead. Or maybe even Boston. A young student from MIT sets out to decode the mystery. Wulf Moon narrates. Rated Weird Steampunk. Author David M. Hoenig is an academic surgeon who lives to write, instead of writing to live. His wife believes that he rather than his stories belongs in a gallery of Curiosities. He has published with Grim Dark Magazine, Flame Tree Publishing, Cast of Wonders, and others. He has published a book of weird poetry and surreal art called Queen to His King with Oscillate Wildly. His first novel (Sci fi space opera) is in the editing phase. As a teen, narrator Wulf Moon won Scholastic Writing Awards--the same contest that discovered Stephen King, Truman Capote, Joyce Carol Oates and many iconic names of the 20th Century. He won Star Trek: Strange New Worlds; and recently won the international talent search Writers of the Future. Moon is podcast director at Futur...

22 MINOCT 19
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Approximations That Gradually Approach the Truth by David M. Hoenig

The Book Burning by JD Blackrose

A librarian in Nazi occupied Paris uses her special talents when faced with an order to burn her books. Gabrielle Riel narrates. Author JD Blackrose loves all things storytelling and celebrates great writing by posting about it on her website, www.slipperywords.com. She has published The Soul Wars series and the Monster Hunter Mom series, both through Falstaff Books, as well as numerous short stories. No one knows how many of her family were killed because there are none left. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter. Narrator Gabrielle Riel is the General Director of Radio Riel (http://radioriel.org), an Internet radio station with seven audio streams that has been bringing music and audio dramas to audiophiles, bibliophiles, history-lovers, Jazz babies, Classical music enthusiasts, Steampunks and other assorted geeks since June 2007. You can hear the many ways in which the Nightingale sings at https://www.mixcloud.com/gabrielleriel/ . Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

18 MINOCT 15
Comments
The Book Burning by JD Blackrose

The One in the Night-Storm Dress by Andrea Martinez Corbin

A young woman makes her debut at Death's masquerade. Rated YA friendly. Alex Ford of Ford Theater Reunion narrates. Author Andrea Martinez Corbin is an author and the founder of the Speculative Boston reading series. Her stories have appeared in Shimmer, Flash Fiction Online, Podcastle, and more. Her interactive fiction has appeared in Sub-Q, and more projects are available on her website, www.amcorbin.com. On Twitter, she is @rosencrantz. When narrator Alex Ford isn't rocking around the nation in her band, Ford Theatre Reunion, she's holed up in her guest room following a different passion: recording audio books and editing manuscripts. An avid reader and writer, she delights in helping people bring their creativity to life. You can check out her exploits, mystery bruises, and a most handsome cat on facebook or instagram.facebook.com/srslyjohns instagram.com/srslyalex Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

47 MINJUL 31
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The One in the Night-Storm Dress by Andrea Martinez Corbin

Badlands Dentistry by Eddie Generous

EAll is fair in love and dentistry. A horror story from the badlands of Canada. Mild NSFW advisory. Wilson Fowlie narrates. Author Eddie Generous is a co-author of the collection Splish, Slash, Takin’ a Bloodbath (written with Mark Allan Gunnells and Renee Miller) as well as the collection Dead is Dead, but Not Always. He runs Unnerving and Unnerving Magazine and he lives on the Pacific Coast of British Columbia with his wife and their cat overlords. Narrator Wilson Fowlie has been reading stories out loud since the age of 4, and credits his parents for any talent he has for it. He’s been narrating for podcasts since he answered a call for readers for PodCastle in 2008. He’s narrated dozens of stories for many podcasts, including all of the Escape Artists shows. Wilson fits all this narrating between his day job as a web developer in Vancouver, Canada, and directing a community show chorus called The Maple Leaf Singers. Curiosities No. 5 is available now on Amazon, Kindle, and Kin...

26 MINJUL 8
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Badlands Dentistry by Eddie Generous

East Wind in Carrall Street by Holly Schofield

Author Holly Schofield website hollyschofield.wordpress.com Narrator Wulf Moon website driftweave.com Theme song: Ashes Ashes by Deus Ex Vapore Machina Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod/incompetech.com Finding Movement by Kevin MacLeod/incompetech.com Journey to China by Tomjog/Pond5.com Floating Cities by Kevin MacLeod/incompetech.com Promises to Keep by Kevin MacLeod/incomptech.com Some sound effects via Pond5.com Curiosities No. 5 is available now on Amazon, Kindle, and Kindle Unlimited. Visit our store page for links. Special submission session: We are reading World War 2 themed manuscripts until the end of June. Full show notes at http://gallerycurious.com

38 MINJUN 28
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East Wind in Carrall Street by Holly Schofield
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