The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine
The Best Stories in Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and Other Genres

Just in time for Halloween, Rish brings us another barbecue sketch . . . only without the barbecue. A trio of friends gather around the campfire to tell "Increasingly Scarier Stories To Tell In The Dark."

Afterward, join Big and Rish as they talk o--what, you've already turned it off? Oh.

Special thanks to Renee Chambliss and Marshal Latham for lending their voices to this production.


Rish Outfield has been bugging me to do an episode in which I talk about the emotional toll that it takes on a parent to have their child go off to college and essentially leave the family for good to start their own life and possibly their own family one day. Well, I resisted the peer pressure as long as I could, but when he called me a poopoo head, it was more than I could bear, so I caved in and made the episode. Here is the result, what is probably a far too intimate glimpse into my life. Hope you like what you see...

Direct download: Anklecast042.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:57am EST

In 1937, Carl H. Claudy published a story called "Creeping Danger" in a popular magazine called American Boy magazine. In 2018, Rish Outfield discovered a copy of American Boy magazine in an old trunk in a shed called the Tin Garage, and decided that story would make an interesting episode of the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine. So, here it is, a reading of a historical pulp science fiction story from the thirties. Hope you enjoy!

Special thanks to Marshal Latham for lending his voice to this production.

Direct download: Dunesteef_202_Creeping_Danger_by_Carl_H_Claudy.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:23am EST