Storytelling Podcasts I LOVE <3

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Creation Date February 15th, 2020
Updated Date Updated May 7th, 2020
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These are podcasts where every episode is a new story, regardless of length. And they're fantastic <3
  1. Fantasy/Folklore

  2. Telling Fairy Tales and Folklore from cultures all over the world as audio plays. This show is part of the Story Forge Network.
  1. Sci-Fi

  2. The Big Loop is a biweekly anthology series from the co-creator of The Black Tapes. Hosted by Paul Bae (co-creator of The Black Tapes & PNWS), each episode is a self-contained narrative exploring the strange, the wonderful, the terrifying, and the heartbreaking. Stories of finite beings in an infinite universe.
  3. DUST is the premier destination for immersive science fiction audio stories. Season Three arrives this summer: the epic full story of CHRYSALIS. Previous Seasons: Season One, Horizons: An anthology of audio stories ranging from Philip K. Dick and Ray Bradbury to the new voices of today. Season Two, FLIGHT 008: Eleven of the biggest writers in science fiction, through eleven unique stories, follow one single thread: a non-stop flight from Tokyo to San Francisco that passes through a wrinkle in spacetime and lands in the year 2040.
  1. Real-Life

  2. Hosted by a narrator known only as Mija (daughter in Spanish), each episode tells the story of how members of her family experience immigration. Launching September 25th, 2019 in English, French and Spanish versions. Mija Podcast is produced by Studio Ochenta, a multilingual podcast studio dedicated to raising voices across cultures. For more information about the studio and Mija podcast go to ochentastudio.com or follow @ochentapodcasts & @mijapodcast on social media. Original theme by Gabriel Dalmasso.
  3. A show about real-life experiences that are hard to explain. Stories about the unknown, the inexplicable, the surreal.
  4. Sure, demons and darkness can be scary, but what about the horrors we face on a daily basis? Scary Stories for Modern Minds tells terrifying tales of the mundane macabre.
  1. Horror

  2. This is a podcast where I, a giant nerd, share my original short horror stories with you every other Tuesday and reviews of horror movies every other Thursday. Most episodes are transcribed!
  3. Sometime back in September 2015 we decided we wanted to produce a quick horror audio drama, just for fun. In Intensive Care fashion, we asked some of the fellow audio drama producers living in the Northeast if they wanted to be a part of some Audio Drama Day mayhem. The response was a resounding “Hell Yes!”, and 11th Hour Audio Productions was born. Each October, we will feature new stories created by Audio Drama teams from all over the world to tingle your spine and shiver your soul.
  4. The Beacon Jar is a supernatural horror anthology podcast written and produced by Doryen Chin. Each episode contains a brand-new thrilling short story written specifically for the show, presented with minimal sound design and thoughtfully chosen music.
  5. The Hotel is a weekly horror show. The guests check in with The Manager and The Lobby Boy shows them to their rooms. No one ever checks out. Not even the employees... Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-hotel/support
  1. Multi-Genre

  2. MonkeyTales is a hopepunk audio fiction anthology series arriving monthly from Monkeyman Productions.
  3. Word Wonk Pod is a multi-genre storytelling podcast sharing short pieces of poetry, prose, and everything in between! Any fan of the written word will love joining the host, Cheyenne Bramwell as she tells us why she loves each piece, and introduces us to its creator(s). With each episode being under 15 minutes, listeners will get a bite-sized dose of literary fangirling every other week, and be introduced to new creators to love and support.
  4. Alternative Stories and Fake Realities is a podcast designed to promote new and original audio drama, poetry and writing from across the English speaking world. Working with themes we will produce high quality content aimed at providing new perspectives on existing stories and ideas as we bring fresh and original writing into the world. We will use actors and writers from the United Kingdom and North America to offer a trans-Atlantic feel to our work. Content will be added when ready rather than on a strict week-by-week or month-by-month basis. Please check out our website https://alternativestories.com/
  5. The Story Vault is a weekly story podcast. Different fantasy, sci-fi and fiction stories are read and discussed each week by the show host The Vault Keeper. There are many stories in this world, and they are all special. Tune in each week to discover what secrets lie inside...The Story Vault.
  6. Secure. Contain. Protect. There are things that go bump in the night. Fantastic things. Horrible things. Redacted things. The SCP Foundation was built to keep humanity safe from a world of beings it doesn’t want to know exists. Things of wonder. Things of destruction. And these things have files. A LOT of files. New episodes weekly. * * * Content related to the SCP Foundation, including these podcasts, are licensed under Creative Commons Sharealike 3.0. Concepts originate from works on the SCP Foundation Wiki
  7. A fiction podcast focusing on flash fiction by the editors of The Arcanist. Each episode contains four or more science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories from flash fiction writers across the globe. For more, visit TheArcanist.IO
  8. When does 20 seconds feel like foooooreeeeevvvveerrrrrr? When you're washing your hands for the umptyumpth time today, and is it really all that important to wash them AGAIN??? Yes. Yes, it is. To make it easier, a group of writers and podcasters have put together these 20-second stories to get you through the Lather, Rinse, and Repeat stages. So, crank up a story, lather up, and be well.
  9. Zero Hours is an anthology series from Long Story Short Productions, where every story is a different take on the end of the world - or at least something that feels like the end of the world. Each episode is organized around a kind of apocalypse, whether the cataclysm is planetary or personal, and each episode is also set in succeeding centuries, with 99-year intervals separating them. Zero Hours begins in the past, catches up to the present, and eventually overtakes it. Some installments are darkly comedic, others grimly contemplative, and others still thrillingly contentious. But they all explore the same question: how do we keep going when the world is crashing down around us?Stories From The End(s) of the World...

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