Aroph Short Stories Podcast is gearing up for a new season. It has been some time but I’m compiling submission for season two of the Aroph Short Stories Podcast. Just as a primer, I’m interested in stories under 2500 words that take science to plausible extremes or reality to the magical. This what I love to write and what I love to read. Submissions will be reviewed over the next couple of weeks and once we’ve reached enough stories for eight episodes we’ll be closed to entries. So, make sure you get your fantastical, mythical story submitted. Submission Breakdown 2500 words or less. Standard Manuscript Format Word Document (.doc or…
A new story by Devin DeMarco entitled Payton Trent, Son of God narrated by guest actor Lorien Reese. Short Bio: Devin DeMarco is from a small town in upstate New York that you’ve never heard of. Or maybe you have. She doesn’t know your life. Anyway, she recently earned her MFA in Creative Writing and Literature from Stony Brook University. She also writes fiction that’s sometimes really weird, and sometimes only lowkey weird. Her story Happy Birthday, Beatrice appeared in The Southampton Review. It was about a dead cat. Her own cat, in contrast, will never die. Also, available on the Judah Mahay App, iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher Radio.
Episode 7 features the story “In His Own Image” by Jeffrey Landgraf. A twisted look into the mind of the self-aware created self. Short Bio: Dr. Jeffrey Landgraf is a physicist who employs paradox to find the perspective from which false things that are true, the common is ridiculous, and the ridiculous makes plain and simple sense. Also, available on the Judah Mahay App, iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher Radio.
This was just too much fun to pass up. As promised, every third episode will be a classic. In this case, we have The Legends of King Arthur by Sir James Knowles. We will be focusing on Chapter 1, The Prophecies of Merlin, and the Birth of Arthur. Enjoy. Also, available on the Judah Mahay App, iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher Radio.