Kaleidocast

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The Mission of the Kalediocast is to showcase new voices in speculative fiction alongside stories from todays top writers.

Episódios

  • Episode 11: "Insipid Profession of Jonathan Hornebom" by Jonathan Lethem: PART 1

    03/05/2016 Duração: 44min

    Jonathan Lethem, Author of Insipid Profession of Jonathan Hornebom Jonathan Lethem is the author of Dissident Gardens and eight other novels. His fiction and essays have been translated into over thirty languages. He lives in Los Angeles and Maine. For more information, check out Jonathanlethem.com. ​Tatiana Gomberg as Narrator and Harriet: Narrator and Tatiana Gomberg is a New York City based actress and audiobook narrator. She has performed Off and Off- Off Broadway as well as regionally and internationally. Her work in The Night of Nosferatu garnered her an NYIT award nomination for Best Featured Actress and her portrayal of a drone pilot in Hummingbirds earned her a Best Actress Nomination through the Planet Connections Awards. She also played leads in two seasons of classics at Theatre 1010 and toured the United States with Theatreworks USA. You can hear her narration work on audible.com and numerous podcasts. For more information, check out www.tatianagomberg.com. Mateo Prendergast as Jonathan Ho

  • Episode 10: "Eight of Swords" by S. Boyd Taylor, and "First Cause" by Sam Schreiber

    19/04/2016 Duração: 22min

    Samuel Boyd Taylor has been published in such markets as Chi Zine, Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, and Drabblecast. He lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife and daughter, where pursues many strange and wonderful hobbies, such as meditation, Tai Chi, and singing along as loud as he can to the Beatles' "Hello Goodbye." You can find him on twitter and facebook, and on his website at www.samuelboydtaylor.com --- Veronica Giguere is a voice-over artist and author. She is a co-author, voice talent, and producer for the "Secret World Chronicle" podcast, and she is the co-author, voice, and producer of the inner-city cyberpunk novel "Broken" with Cedric Johnson. Veronica brings characters to life in the space between your earbuds in the realms of science fiction, fantasy, romance, and horror. For more of Ms. Giguere’s work, check out voicesbyveronica.com as well as her profile on ACX.com. (Rumors exist of an alter-ego fueled by caffeine, trudging through the mire of higher education administration in pur

  • Episode 9: Crawl Space of the World by Tim Pratt

    05/04/2016 Duração: 41min

    Author Tim Pratt's stories have appeared in The Best American Short Stories,The Year's Best Fantasy, The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, and other nice places. He has won the Hugo Award for his short fiction, and he's been a finalist for World Fantasy, Sturgeon, Stoker, Mythopoeic [myth-o-pee-ic], and Nebula Awards. He lives in Berkeley California with his wife, writer Heather Shaw, and their son. For more, visit www.timpratt.org. By day, narrator Andy Chen works as a Fire and Life Safety Officer with the State of California. Fire prevention approval for public school construction projects fills his day with building plans, code books, and marking up drawings. His interest in audio narration began with reading bedtime stories to his son and has blossomed into a full-blown philosophy of what makes a compelling story narration. Namely, to guide the flow and pace of the author's work and not distract the listener with "acting". He find narrating a mentally challenging activity, followed by endless hours of e

  • Episode 8: "My Shaigetz" by Marcy Arlin and "His Only Nose" by Richard Bowes

    23/03/2016 Duração: 30min

    Marcy Arlin teaches Theater for Social Change at Pace University and is artistic director of the OBIE-winning Immigrants' Theatre project and is a Fulbright scholar to Romania and the Czech Republic. She is a long-time member of BSFW, Theater Without Borders, Broad Universe, and her work has been published in Daily Science Fiction, Perihelionsf.com, Broad Universe Sampler, and Man.In.Fest theater journal. Marcy has several more short stories out there and is working on a sci-fi murder mystery. Author Richard Bowes has published six novels, four story collections and over eighty short stories. He has won two World Fantasy Awards, a Lambda Award, a story South Million Writers Award, and an International Horror Guild Award. His most recent novel, Dust Devil On a Quiet Street, was on the 2014 World Fantasy and Lambda short lists. A new edition of his 2005 novel, From The Files of the Time Rangers, a Nebula finalist, will appear later this year from Lethe Press. Last year, his 9/11 story, "There’s A Hole In The

  • Episode 7: "Dating Kali, My Sweet" by Alger Bliss and "Squeeze" by Rob Cameron

    08/03/2016 Duração: 23min

    Alex Kirtland, aka Alger Bliss, is a Brooklyn based writer of poetry and speculative fiction. He is currently at work on a novel about witches and magic. You can follow updates about his work and read his poetry at https://www.tumblr.com/blog/rhinoleaps Rish Outfield is a writer, audiobook narrator, and podcaster who is host of the Parsec Award-winning Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine. He is fond of frogs, Mister Pibb, Ben Affleck, and has just written his first novel. Rish once went to Amity Island in order to cause a panic on the Fourth of July, but accidentally yelled, "Barracuda" instead of "Shark." It's true what they say: nobody reacted. Rob Cameron is an elementary school teacher and writer living in Brooklyn. When he’s not writing stories or organizing events for the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers, he is rock climbing, dragon boating, and working on his Buddha-like glow. You can find his work in Mike Allen’s Clockwork Phoenix 5. Jon Hoche is an actor who recently was a performer and puppetee

  • Kaleidocast Episode 7 Outtake

    08/03/2016 Duração: 53s

    Rish took Alger's narrator to it's ultimate Woody Allen extreme.

  • Episode 6: "Knowing You, Knowing Me" Part 2 by Marcus Tsong

    23/02/2016 Duração: 27min

    Marcus Tsong spent his formative years in the Pacific Northwest, splitting his time between Seattle and Boise. He's since moved to Shanghai, Portland, San Francisco, Wisconsin, and Washington DC before settling in Brooklyn, where he lives with his wife, son, two cats, and a grumpy dragon. He is currently working on a fantasy novel and a collection of weird tales. Jenn Carter is an actress hailing from the bases and burbs of Virginia, California and Florida. She received her BA in Theatre from Florida State University and has been performing in one form or another since the age of 4. Some of her favorite roles from regional and NYC theatre include Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, Patsy Cline in Always...Patsy Cline, Jen in Sunday on the Rocks, Ulla in The Producers, Kate Keller in The Miracle Worker, Maid Marian in Robin Hood, Ophelia in Hamlet, and Hermia, Peter Quince and Cobweb in A Midsummer Nights Dream, just to name a handful. Jenn currently lives in NYC with her teddy bear and her potted plant, Fel

  • Episode 5: "Knowing You, Knowing Me" PART 1 by Marcus Tsong

    09/02/2016 Duração: 31min

    Marcus Tsong spent his formative years in the Pacific Northwest, splitting his time between Seattle and Boise. He's since moved to Shanghai, Portland, San Francisco, Wisconsin, and Washington DC before settling in Brooklyn, where he lives with his wife, son, two cats, and a grumpy dragon. He is currently working on a fantasy novel and a collection of weird tales. Jenn Carter is an actress hailing from the bases and burbs of Virginia, California and Florida. She received her BA in Theatre from Florida State University and has been performing in one form or another since the age of 4. Some of her favorite roles from regional and NYC theatre include Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, Patsy Cline in Always...Patsy Cline, Jen in Sunday on the Rocks, Ulla in The Producers, Kate Keller in The Miracle Worker, Maid Marian in Robin Hood, Ophelia in Hamlet, and Hermia, Peter Quince and Cobweb in A Midsummer Nights Dream, just to name a handful. Jenn currently lives in NYC with her teddy bear and her potted plant, Fel

  • Episode 4: "The Chinatown Museum" by Christina Yu & "Bilaadi" by S. Chakraborty

    27/01/2016 Duração: 27min

    Christina Yu holds an A.B in English with Creative Writing from Dartmouth College and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from Notre Dame where she was the Diversity Fellow and Nicholas Sparks Fellow at Hachette Book Group. Her work has previously appeared in venues such as Fence, New Letters, Indiana Review, the Robert Olen Butler Prize Stories anthology, and the Painted Bride Quarterly, among others, and has been nominated and cited in several Best American anthologies. Renée Chambliss has been to Chinatown in San Francisco often. It's one of the perks of living in northern California. Her kids love it and could spend all day shopping there. Plastic num-chucks, parasols, tea sets, lion puppets: there's so much to buy and they want everything! When she's not saying "no, you can't have that", to their endless requests, Renee is narrating audiobooks and wishing she could carve out some writing time. Find out more about her at rechambliss.com." S. Chakraborty lives in Queens, NY with her daughter and husband. She

  • Episode 3: The Path that Splits the Oaks Asunder & The Saturday Dance

    13/01/2016 Duração: 43min

    Bradley Robert Parks lives, writes, and performs in and around Brooklyn, NY, where he founded the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers (BSFWriters.com). His passion for writing blossomed while growing up in a family of genre readers. While he's been pursuing writing for a while, the crazy energy of NYC and BSFW have given him the focus and motivation to finally get published. His story "Sustenance" appeared on BuzzyMag.com in October of 2014. He also sings and narrates stories when time permits. Along with these achievements, he's obtained one husband, Michael, and Insanity Anne Magoo (best cat ever). Keep up with his exploits on Facebook or at BradleyRobertParks.com. Tanya Ireland MacLean lives in Brooklyn NY on a street where garbages trucks seems to be driving through 24 hours a day. When she is not turning up the volume on her TV to max she is working on a collection of monster time travel short stories and a novel she knows people won’t use as a doorstop. She can be reached at TanyaIrelandMaclean@gmai

  • Episode 2 -  Wing by Amal El-Mohtar and Unfit to Eat by Tyus Barnwell

    29/12/2015 Duração: 30min

    Amal El-Mohtar is the Nebula-nominated author of The Honey Month, a collection of poetry and prose written to the taste of of twenty-eight different kinds of honey. Her work has appeared in multiple venues online and in print, including Strange Horizons, Apex Magazine, Mythic Delirium, Stone Telling, and most recently in Lightspeed magazine's "Women Destroy Science Fiction" special issue. She is a member of the Banjo Apocalypse Crinoline Troubadours performance collective, and edits Goblin Fruit, a web quarterly devoted to fantastical poetry. She lives in Glasgow with her fiancé, a harp, and two jellicle cats. Find her online at amalelmohtar.com. Julie Hoverson has made a specialty of having no specialty. She has dabbled extensively in costuming, role-playing, LARPing, art, beadwork, acting, and writing in such disparate genres as horror, , fantasy, urban fantasy, noir, dark social commentary (and whatever else occurs to her). She has spent the last five years writing, producing, and acting in the award-wi

  • Episode 1 - Purgatory by F.F. White and Mercury by Cassie Alexander

    15/12/2015 Duração: 45min

    "Purgatory," by F.F. White, Read by Wilson Fowlie F. F. White is a speculative fiction author and poet from California who joined the BSFW in 2013. He is the author of two books, "A Phantom Agony" and "Gospels of Rage," and his work has appeared most recently in Scifaikuest the scifi haiku magazine and Nomad's Choir literary magazine. ffwhite.com Wilson Fowlie has been getting more and more into voice work ever since 2008, when he narrated his first story for Podcastle. And if you’re in the Vancouver, Canada area – or even if you just love a good, fun show chorus – check out The Maple Leaf Singers, the group he directs. You can find them at their own website (http://www.mapleleafsingers.com/ ) or their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/mapleleafsingers ). "Mercury," by Cassie Alexander, Read by Kim Rogers Cassie Alexander is a registered nurse and the author of the Urban Fantasy Edie Spence series, comprised of Nightshifted, Moonshifted, Shapeshifted, Deadshifted, and Bloodshifted, about a nurse w

  • Kaleidocast Teaser

    11/11/2015 Duração: 55s

    December 16th the Kaleidocast, a speculative fiction podcast produced by the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers releases it's first episode! Join us to hear stories from the best writers as well as new voices in Spec-fic. kaleidocast.nyc

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