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Author: Norm Sherman

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Stories feature on the Drabblecast are generally narrated by charismatic host, humorist, and musician Norm Sherman. A full production, the Drabblecast features multiple voice actors, music, and foley effects. The podcast has a finely tuned 'voice' that crosses all genres, including horror, science fiction, fantasy and 'other.' Special features include 100-word stories called, “drabbles,” 100 character stories coined “twabbles,” as well as Norm's own Bbardles, songs based on story themes. Original cover art accompanies every episode.
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This week on the Drabblecast, something a little different! A full cast radio play set in a dystopic science fiction universe where nothing is as it seems. Written and produced by Fred Greenhalgh and Jack Bowman, buckle in for a ride to Europa!   Wholesale Solution by Fred Greenhalgh and Jack Bowman   INT. HOLDING […]The post Drabblecast 411 – Wholesale Solution appeared first on The Drabblecast.
On this week’s Drabblecast, Norm and NPR’s Chioke I’Anson bring you stories about the voices in your head, including “Go Between” by acclaimed writer China Mieville. “Go Between” tells the tale of a man who, for several years, has been receiving strange instructions to deliver seemingly random items from location to location. Agonizing over effect […]The post Drabblecast 410 – Go Between appeared first on The Drabblecast.
 The Drabblecast presents an original story: “The Dandelion Man” by Jack Nicholls. A tale of coming of age, a tale of survival; a fight to discover who is of the soil and who is of the air… Story Excerpt: Teo and Paulus stood at the shore of the pampas, where the grass grew twice as […]The post Drabblecast 409 – The Dandelion Man appeared first on The Drabblecast.
This week the Drabblecast brings you two new, previously unpublished stories by SF genre luminary Robert Reed. Reed published his first novel, The Leeshore in 1987. Since then he has received nominations for both the Nebula Award and the Hugo Award, as well as numerous other literary awards. In 2007, he won his first Hugo […]The post Drabblecast 408- Doubleheader: Robert Reed appeared first on The Drabblecast.
This week we bring you “The Evolution of Trickster Stories Among the Dogs of North Park After the Change” by Kij Johnson. This story depicts a world in the aftermath of “The Change,” a mysterious event whereby all domesticated mammals spontaneously gain near-human intelligence and the ability to speak.  It was shortlisted for the 2007 […]The post Drabblecast 407 – The Evolution of Trickster Stories Among the Dogs of North Park After the Change appeared first on The Drabblecast.
In this Drabbleclassics episode, fan and audio producer Fred Greenhalgh presents two classic Drabblecast stories by acclaimed author Mur Lafferty exploring the dichotomy of pie and cake. In “The Blueberry Pie” successfully slaying the titular food item stands as the first rite of passage for a child wishing to officially join the tribe of the pie […]The post Drabbleclassics 30- Doubleheader featuring Mur Lafferty (150) appeared first on The Drabblecast.
“Just Lookin’ for Chocolate.” Norm and author Kevin Anderson discuss the horror genre, the origins of Cryptkeeper Norm, and of course, the hit story “The Box-Born Wraith” featured as Drabblecast episode 87 back in 2008 and published as our second official Halloween Special. “We all die in the dark, Benny…” Another Drabblecast Director’s Cut bringing […]The post Drabblecast Director’s Cut – The Box Born Wraith appeared first on The Drabblecast.
Today The Drabblecast brings you an original story commissioned by Karen Heuler: “Beauty Tips for the Apocalypse.” Karen Heuler wrote her first novel when she was eleven, and she’s been worshiping books at the altar ever since. Story Excerpt: In times such as these, with the world shaken to its core, it is all too […]The post Drabblecast 406 – Beauty Tips for the Apocalypse appeared first on The Drabblecast.
Drabblecast 405 – Wet Fur

Drabblecast 405 – Wet Fur

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This week The Drabblecast presents “Wet Fur” by Jeremiah Tolbert. From Jeremiah: “This story came to me wholly formed in a dream one day. I wrote it in a white hot tear, desperate to capture all the details and emotions that had seemed so immediate in the dream. It’s about how our pets live such […]The post Drabblecast 405 – Wet Fur appeared first on The Drabblecast.
Closing out Women and Aliens month, The Drabblecast brings you another originally commissioned story: “Witches for Mars” by Eden Royce. It’s a surreal tale about considering greener pastures…   Story Excerpt: No one expected the government to allow it. To acknowledge it even, but Maira was looking at the advertisement above a webpage she was […]The post Drabblecast 404 – Witches for Mars appeared first on The Drabblecast.
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Cory D. Hoffman

episode is good except for the distraction of him taking a deep breath in after every so often. almost sounded like you had a cold during this podcast episode

Apr 5th
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Jon Bain

that part where they listened together was really uncomfortable...

Mar 19th
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Krys

I love this one! I think a little more build up for driving him mad enough to dig up his uncle's grave would have been cool. The intestinal failure though! Nice.

Feb 22nd
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Michael Lee

Is the featured Drabble author found on Twitter? Was an amazing Drabble, listened to it 3 times before the main story

Jan 13th
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Anna Happen

gross dog. First five min made me want to puke. Pass

Dec 19th
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Marc Ellmaker

“CHRIST ONLY...REPENT...YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN”

Dec 14th
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nash

im excited to hear your new stuff but if you posted some of the older episodes id love to listen to some of those as well.

Sep 1st
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Ken G

nash maybe it's the podcast app you are using? as I am able to go all the way back to Ep. 1

Dec 12th
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