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The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine




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Recent Episodes for The Dunesteef Audio Fiction...
DATE: Thu, 23 Sep 2010
SIZE: 59.3 MB
Episode 82: The Lost Boy Of The Ozarks

When a little boy goes missing in rural Missouri, a low-level newspaper reporter heads to the woods to cover the story.  But there's more going on than he bargained for, and this isn't the first child to disappear in that area. Also, Rish and Big talk about fear of the unknown, sound effects, and leaving things to the imagination.Special thanks to Josh Roseman, Julie Hoverson, Lizanne Herd, Juliet Bowler, and Rich Girardi for lending their voices to today's story.

DATE: Mon, 13 Sep 2010
SIZE: 46.6 MB
Episode 81: Forests Of The Night by Abigail Hilton

Adel arrived at a hospice, and seemed to be like any ordinary patient, but she endlessly tried to flee, and constantly muttered in German about needing to verwandeln.  What could she mean?Also, Big talks a bit about Dean Wesley Smith's "Killing The Sacred Cows Of Publishing," and Rish argues with him about them.  Then, they play a round of "Two Truths & A Lie," with a book by Kevin David Anderson hanging in the balance.Warning: Some of Rish Outfield's statements in this episode are even more (deliberately?) incendiary than usual.  Listen with a grain of salt handy.Special thanks to Lizanne Herd for producing and narrating today's story, and to Julie Hoverson for lending her voice.

DATE: Sat, 04 Sep 2010
SIZE: 71.0 MB
Episode 80: Open Twenty-Four Hours by Edward McKeown

Tars Bokara has the unenviable task of seeking out the unlikely location of the long-lost planet Earth.  When he finds it, he discovers a thriving business covering the entire world, with employees eager to please.  Want to take a guess what their hours are?Also, Rish talks (and talks and talks) about his recent trip to Comic-Con.  Romance, frustration, and murder attempts abounded, apparently.  Somewhere in all this, Big tells him why the show's never had a Parsec nomination.Special thanks to Julie Hoverson and Christy Maia for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Mon, 16 Aug 2010
SIZE: 53.7 MB
Episode 79: This Must Be The Place by Elliot Bangs

Andrea was lonely and vulnerable when she met Loren Wells in San Francisco.  He came up to her and introduced himself, telling her favorite joke.  He seemed like a great guy.  But when she started to respond to his attentions, Loren fled, leaving her only a cryptic note on a napkin...Also, Rish and Big are joined by several guest stars in the studio today including Wolfman Jack, Casey Kasem, and Casey Kasem?  They throw out the question, if you had a time machine, where would you go?Special thanks to Bryan Lincoln for producing today's story, and to R.E. Chambliss and Abigail Hilton for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Mon, 09 Aug 2010
SIZE: 62.1 MB
Episode 78: Hang Up And Try Again by Derek L. Palmer

Teenager, Afton McCarthy, encounters a rather unusual video game in the local mall's arcade, the Magic Phone Booth.  She and her friend Brenda discover that it's not quite a game, but is exactly what it advertises itself to be. Afterward, Big and Rish ask themselves, "Who you gonna call?"  They also welcome a celebrity guest, of sorts.  Many offensive comments abound, but what else is new?Special thanks to Michael Eliyahou, Lizanne Herd, Julie Hoverson, and Abigail Hilton for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Wed, 21 Jul 2010
SIZE: 26.9 MB
Anniversary Episode

The Dunesteef has been around for two years now, making this the longest relationship Rish has ever maintained.  He and Big say a few words about the podcast, present absolutely no stories, and finally get to the questions listeners sent in back when the world was new.Thanks to everyone who has helped us out over this first two years.

DATE: Fri, 09 Jul 2010
SIZE: 38.8 MB
Page 91: I Gotta Be You by Peter E. Abresch

Kevin Santani died in the hospital today.  Or did he?  If he died today, then why did he wake up in the hospital in a body other than his own?Also, Big and Rish talk Nora Ephron, brain transplants, and welcome a new member of the team to the show...well, a temporary member anyway...Special thanks to Julie Hoverson, Christine Maia-Fleres, and Nicole Suddeth for lending their voices to today's story.

DATE: Mon, 21 Jun 2010
SIZE: 48.9 MB
Page 71: OSSE Winner, All On St. Mark's Eve by Rick Kennett and The Day Hypnotism Died by Kevin David Anderson

Two stories for you this time.  First the champion of last year's October Scary Story Event, "All on St. Mark's Eve," tells of a town's legend of finding out who will die in the upcoming year, and a couple all too eager to find out if someone in particular is on the list.  Then, a bonus additional story.  "The Day Hypnotism Died," recounts one particular night in the lives of four teenage boys, and the performance that would change each of them forever. Also, Big and Rish talk about their own experiences with--and thoughts on--hypnotism.Special thanks to Julie Hoverson, John Riendeau, and Bryan Lincoln for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Wed, 02 Jun 2010
SIZE: 43.8 MB
Page 63: Like Cat And Dog by Michael Stone

Sophie is a bartender...and a were-leopard.  All she wants to do is be left alone, but an annoying patron has run afoul of the local pack leader.  Now it's up to Sophie to do something about it. Afterward, Big and Rish ask if this can be considered a werewolf story, Rish says many offensive things and tries to burn bridges with the author, and Big brings you Round 3 of the Anti-Cat Association Round Table discussion.Special thanks to Bryan Lincoln for producing this week's story.  Also, special thanks to L. "Scribe" Harris of the Pendragon Variety Podcast, Liz Lincoln, Bryan Lincoln, Rebecca Lincoln, and John Lincoln for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Tue, 25 May 2010
SIZE: 46.3 MB
Page 55: My Symantha by Doug McIntire

Symantha didn’t come down for breakfast today. Someone else came in her place. Someone in Symantha’s clothes, acting like she does, even talking like she would. Although she claims she’s Symantha, it’s obviously just a prank. Isn’t it? Also, Rysh and Byg talk about “The Twylyght Zone” and Iryn Myn 2. Special thanks to Lizanne Herd and Christine Maia-Fleres for lending their voices to today’s episode.

DATE: Mon, 17 May 2010
SIZE: 51.9 MB
Page 21: A Place So Foreign by Cory Doctorow (Part 2)

Continuing where we left off last week, James has traveled forward to 1975 and has no way of getting back on his own.  His only hope is to leave the apartment and explore this futuristic place, finding someone who will help him get back to the world he knew.Also, Rish and Big talk a bit about time travel, and Big pretends the production of this double-episode was no big deal.Special thanks to Julie Hoverson, Lizanne Herd and Christine Maia-Fleres for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Thu, 06 May 2010
SIZE: 52.7 MB
Page 21: A Place So Foreign by Cory Doctorow (Part 1)

James Nicholson is a young boy living rural Utah in 1898.  His father got a new job as an ambassador.  Not an ambassador to France, but to the year 1975.  His family moves out of town and into the future.  But when his father has an unfortunate accident, his life is thrown into turmoil.  Now he's back in 1898, and he's never seen a place so foreign...Also, Rish and Big announce the beginning of the Broken Mirror Story Event for 2010.  Listen in and find out what this year's premise is.Special thanks to Julie Hoverson and Josh Roseman for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Fri, 23 Apr 2010
SIZE: 61.6 MB
Page 12: Kingdom Of Flies by Merrill Page

Nobody enjoys flies buzzing around their house, but Craig Payne really despises them.  He rather enjoys ridding himself of the insect pests, and makes it his mission, his obsession, to keep his home from becoming the kingdom of flies. Also, Rish and Big talk about catching bugs, shooting at rabbits and squirrels, bashing fish on the head, basic cruelty to animals.  And Rish inadvertently ends up displaying several signs of being a incipient serial killer.  Big surprise there, huh?Special thanks to Bryan Lincoln for producing today's story.  Also, thanks to John Riendeau and Liz Lincoln for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Mon, 12 Apr 2010
SIZE: 37.3 MB
Page 4: Verses On St. Andrews by Berrian C. Henderson

There's a witch on St. Andrews street. Fortunately for Feeling, his mother has provided him with a pouch that dispels her magic. The pouch, however, doesn't work to deflect the punches of the schoolyard bully, Slug... Also, Big talks about his recent computer troubles, Rish fondly remembers taking candy from strangers, and a couple of things are announced, one of them big, one of them not so big. And hey, no singing! pecial thanks to Liz Mierzejewski and Julie Hoverson for lending their voices to today's episode.

DATE: Wed, 31 Mar 2010
SIZE: 62.9 MB
Page 106: Maps Of The Bible by Jason Sanford

Please excuse the tardiness of this week's show. Big's hard drive crashed and burned, so desperate measures had to be taken. But now, we proudly present, Maps Of The Bible by Jason Sanford. Jedediah Stanton's father died in the Korean Conflict, but he's watching over him still. For Jed's father has a secret, and he wants it to remain hidden... Also, Big and Rish talk about the great computer crash, improving as writers and Spiderman...again. Special thanks to Josh Roseman and Julia Hoverson for lending their voices to today's episode. Extra special thanks to Bryan Lincoln for stepping in during the crisis and putting the episode together. We couldn't have done it without you.

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Recent Comments for The Dunesteef Audio Fiction...

There is warning when singing occurs.

Submitted By: Delta-Whiskey@... (on 4-2014)

The Dunesteef - Awesome Podcast

Ive listened to many story podcasts. Ive seldom listened to the extended intros/outros. But I truly enjoy listening to Bigg and Rishs outros; which typically run at least 3 or 4X the length of the story. The production on the stories is excellent and if you dont want to listen to the outro...its an outro, stop listening after the story. But, listen to just one of the outros; youll be hooked!

Submitted By: brock@... (on 1-2010)

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