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This month’s Epilogue features an interview with “Dust Boy” author Haley Malin, who discusses her writing influences, the importance of character in storytelling, and the impact of roleplaying games on her craft. You can connect with Haley on Twitter at @haleycmalin.   Page: New Voices In Fiction intro theme: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show. All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app. Page will be accepting submissions for Fall episodes during the first two weeks of each month. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!
In this month’s Epilogue, we sit down with Brandon Salkil, author of The Gloom Chronicles: Morbid Atrocities, to discuss his horror inspirations, writing journey, VHS collection, and much more. We are also joined by indie horror filmmaker Dustin Mills, whose movies include Puppet Monster Massacre, Skinless, Easter Casket, and Her Name Was Torment. Dustin can be found on Facebook under Dustin Wayde Mills and through his Patreon.   Page intro music: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke For Free   Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page Podcast) for updates on the show.   All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app.   Page will be accepting submissions for Fall episodes during the first two weeks of each month. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!
Austin and Amy sit down to discuss Page, a new storytelling podcast that takes original short fiction from emerging authors and produces them as audio narratives, complete with narration, voice acting, music, and sound effects. For more information about our upcoming projects, visit us at thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast Thoughts on the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at pagepodcast@thebasementcast.com and find us on social media: Twitter: @page_podcast Facebook: Page Podcast Intro song: "As Colorful as Ever" by Broke for Free
Hell bent on breaking the bonds of Caesar’s debt, Griswold resorts to drastic measures and steals the daughter of Israel Ramses Jackson III. Fleeing a cadre of Israel’s men, Griswold finds himself hurtling toward a a showdown that will mean either freedom or certain doom.   Original story by Jacob Gillam   Narrator: Austin Flynn Griswold Ritter Von Bitterlich: Josh Eal Israel Ramses Jackson II: Gus McKinney   Page intro song: “As Colorful as Ever” by Broke for Free Music: “Run” by Kai Engel; Parvus Decree; “Spacey” by Austin Flynn Sound Effects from freesound.org   For more information about our upcoming projects, visit us at thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast   Thoughts on the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at pagepodcast@thebasementcast.com and find us on social media: Twitter: @page_podcast (use #pageturners) Facebook: Page Podcast
In the aftermath of the showdown at the bison graveyard, old acquaintances reunite and a tentative peace is struck in Kansas.   Original story by Jacob Gillam   Narrator: Austin Flynn Griswold Ritter Von Bitterlich: Josh Eal Israel Ramses Jackson II: Gus McKinney Oliver Hadgerston/Calinda Jackson: Amy Flynn   Page intro song: “As Colorful as Ever” by Broke for Free Music: “The Rainbow’s End” by TRG Banks; “Piano IV: Cinematic” by Podington Bear Sound Effects from freesound.org   For more information about our upcoming projects, visit us at thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast   Thoughts on the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at pagepodcast@thebasementcast.com and find us on social media: Twitter: @page_podcast (use #pageturners) Facebook: Page Podcast
In a lonesome apartment in Southern Ohio, secrets and wonders lie in wait. Mourners and wandering souls come and go, looking for answers. But all good things come with a price, and eventually, everyone must pay up.   NSFW: Language   The Lost: Josh Eal Driscoll: Gus McKinney The Friend: Austin Flynn The Woman: Julie Garringer   Page Intro Theme: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free   Music: “Difference” by Kai Engel “Machinery” by Kai Engel “Into Oblivion” by Parvus Decree “Going Back” by Parvus Decree “The Unborn” by Parvus Decree   Sound effects from The Basement Cast   Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page Podcast) for updates on the show.   All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app.   Page will be accepting submissions for Fall episodes during the first two weeks of each month. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details
The line between life and death is not as defined as we might tell ourselves. Seconds, inches, a moment of distraction. Often, these are the difference between another day on earth and an unceremonious end. How do we remain focused on what matters most in life if death is always peering over our shoulder? Joke about it, of course. NSFW: Language   Written by Bryan Partner Narrated by Bryan Partner Voices by Julia Phipps, Amber Partner, Austin Flynn, Josh Eal, Gus McKinney, and Nathaniel Fodrea  Page: New Voices In Fiction intro song: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free Music: "Dolly and Pad" by Blue Dot Sessions Twitter: @page_podcast Facebook: Page Podcast Website: thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast
Take everything that can’t be said, every thought, worry, fear, and anxiety that you could never let see the light of day. Put it in a box, hide it away, and do your best to ignore the sound of the box starting to rupture.  Written by Bryan Partner Narrated by Bryan Partner Voices by Julia Phipps, Austin Flynn, Josh Eal, Gus McKinney, and Nathaniel Fodrea Page: New Voices In Fiction intro song: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free Music: "Our Home" by Borrtex; "Passion" by Borrtex Twitter: @page_podcast Facebook: Page Podcast Website: thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast
A little girl is being attacked by a massive dog. What do you do? Heroics explores the moments that test our ability to act under pressure and leave us questioning what it means to be a hero.   NSFW: Language Written by Bryan Partner Narrated by Bryan Partner Voices by Julia Phipps, Adam Phipps, Austin Flynn, Josh Eal, Amy Flynn, Gus McKinney, and Nathaniel Fodrea Page: New Voices In Fiction intro song: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free Music: "Superhero" by MaxKo Music; "80s Action Movie" by Tony Gage; "Blizzard" by Kai Engel Twitter: @page_podcast Facebook: Page Podcast Website: thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast
Griswold arrives in the dusty frontier town of Bogue, Kansas and meets Israel Ramses Jackson II, the grandson of Caesar and the man to whom Griswold now finds himself indebted. Israel has been expecting the necromancer, and vows to show him what frontier life is all about. However, Griswold has a plan to settle his contract once and for all, but first, he must convince Israel to give up everything he holds dear.   Original story by Jacob Gillam   Narrator: Austin Flynn Griswold Ritter Von Bitterlich: Josh Eal Israel Ramses Jackson II: Gus McKinney   Page intro song: “As Colorful as Ever” by Broke for Free Music: “La Costilla” by Blue Dot Sessions, “Cholate” by Blue Dot Sessions; “Ammunition” by Lazenbee Industries, “Analog Fields” by Uriter; “Emotion” by Borrtex Sound Effects from freesound.org   For more information about our upcoming projects, visit us at thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast   Thoughts on the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at pagepodcast@thebasementcast.com and find us on social media: Twitter: @page_podcast (use #pageturners) Facebook: Page Podcast
In 1930s Oklahoma, a boy named Eliot tries to make the most of the time between dust storms. But with a father long gone to Tulsa, a sister recently deceased, a despondent mother whose faith borders on delusion, and a future as bleak as the horizon, Eliot struggles to be the man he knows his family needs. Written by Haley C. Malin Narrated by Amy Flynn Ma: Julia Phipps Eliot: Austin Flynn   Page intro music: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free Music from Kai Engel: “Hopes and Dreams,” “Evermore,” “Tumult,” “Daemones,” “Rejecting the Sirens,” “When the World Falls Down” Find out more about Kai Engel at https://www.kai-engel.com/ Sound effects from freesound.org   Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show. All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app. Page will be accepting submissions for Fall episodes during the first two weeks of each month. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!
On this month's Epilogue, Austin and Josh sit down with "Whisper" author Bret Nye to discuss the inspiration for the story and the drastic revisions he made to the original work.  Page intro music: "As Colorful As Ever" by Broke for Free Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page Podcast) for updates on the show. All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app. Page will be accepting submissions for Fall episodes during the first two weeks of each month. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details
Griswold Ritter Von Bitterlich, an ancient and powerful necromancer who has found himself in over his head, prepares to strike a demonic deal at a Crossroads in 19th century New England. Little does he know that his debtor, Caesar Ramses, has plans for Griswold that will bind him to return, year after year, to a damned place haunted with the ghosts of the necromancer’s sordid past: the American West.    Original story by Jacob Gillam   Narrator: Austin Flynn Griswold Ritter Von Bitterlich/Caesar Ramses: Josh Eal   Page intro song: “As Colorful as Ever” by Broke for Free Music: “Plague” by Kai Engel Sound Effects from freesound.org   For more information about our upcoming projects, visit us at thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast   Thoughts on the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at pagepodcast@thebasementcast.com and find us on social media: Twitter: @page_podcast (use #pageturners) Facebook: Page Podcast
Austin and Josh sit down with Coyote's Ballad author Jacob Gillam to discuss the story, publication, the writing process, and the state of modern fantasy narratives. Page: New Voices In Fiction intro song: “As Colorful as Ever” by Broke for Free For more information about our upcoming projects, visit us at thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast Thoughts on the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at pagepodcast@thebasementcast.com and find us on social media: Twitter: @page_podcast (use #pageturners) Facebook: Page Podcast
Austin sits down with Bryan Partner, author of "The Secret Keeper," to discuss writing, imposter syndrome, comic books, growing up in a funeral home, and other cheerful topics.  NSFW: Language For more information on Bryan and access to all three parts of The Secret Keeper, visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast Follow us on Twitter: @page_podcast or on Facebook: Page Podcast Page intro song: "As Colorful As Ever" by Broke for Free
Ten years after striking a deal with Caesar Ramses, Griswold Ritter Von Bitterlich boards a train to Kansas with a briefcase full of money to keep up his end of the bargain. On the way, he meets Oliver Hadgerston, an intrepid young boy hell bent on freeing the West from the buffalo menace. Marveling at the boy’s zealotry, Griswold recounts a story from long ago, an ancient tale of a prophet in a new land and the ends to which mankind will go to control the natural world. Sound familiar?   Original story by Jacob Gillam   Narrator: Austin Flynn Griswold Ritter Von Bitterlich: Josh Eal Oliver Hadgerston: Amy Flynn   Page intro song: “As Colorful as Ever” by Broke for Free Music:  “Mercy” by Kai Engel; “Wintertide” by ASOTWL Sound Effects from freesound.org   For more information about our upcoming projects, visit us at thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast   Thoughts on the episode? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at pagepodcast@thebasementcast.com and find us on social media: Twitter: @page_podcast (use #pageturners) Facebook: Page Podcast
Morbid, PA is dying. Savage monsters and vengeful demons are commonplace in the ruined town, and the citizens can do little more than sit idly in a state of grim complacency. Until, that is, Victoria Gloom arrives and vows to show the people of Morbid what iron-fisted justice looks like. With the help of reporter Alan Feeble, Victoria must confront the horrors that haunt the town before they draw it and its people toward a fate worse than death.   NSFW: Language, Violence   Narrator: Amy Flynn Victoria Gloom: Julia Phipps Alan Feeble: Adam Phipps Brutus: Gus McKinney Bolga: Austin Flynn Madeline Murkwood: Amy Flynn Townsfolk: Josh Eal, Nathaniel Fodrea, Austin Flynn, Gus McKinney   Page Intro Theme: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free   Music: “Now I Will Destroy the World” by ROZKOL “Everybody Relax, I’m Here” by ROZKOL “Go then, there are other worlds than these” by ROZKOL “Caeli” by Kai Engel “Immanence” by Kai Engel “Her Presence is Strong Here” by Parvus Decree “Claire de Lune Orchestral” by Podington Bear   Sound effects from Adobe Creative Suite   Follow Page on Twitter (@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page Podcast) for updates on the show.   All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app.   Page will be accepting submissions for Fall episodes during the first two weeks of each month. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details
In this first piece, Dudas explores the excitement, anxiety, and challenges of being a father-to-be.   Written and performed by Stephen Dudas   Page intro music: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free   Soundtrack from freemusicarchive.com: “Somber Heart” by Lee Rosevere, “Rain Suite” by Livio Amato, “Meekness” by Kai Engel   Sound effects from freesound.org   Follow Page on Twitter and Instagram(@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show.   All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app.   Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!
The most whimsical apocalypse you’ll experience, In the Wake of Balderdash explores the end times from multiple perspectives, each grander and more imaginative than the last.    Written and performed by Stephen Dudas   Page intro music: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free   Soundtrack from freemusicarchive.com: “Lean” by Adrianna Krikl, “Stepping Out of the Grotto” by Fourmi, “Comfy” by Ryan Andersen, “Sopor” by Kai Engel, “Building the Sled” by Blue Dot Sessions, “Fluid Dreams” by Daniel Birch   Sound effects from freesound.org   Follow Page on Twitter and Instagram(@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show.   All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app.   Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!
In this final piece, Dudas peers through the thin veil between humans and monsters, revealing the uncomfortable truth that the two are sometimes indistinguishable.   Written and performed by Stephen Dudas   Page intro music: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free   Soundtrack from freemusicarchive.com: “The Conjuring” by Alex Mason, “Our Names Engraved” by Blue Dot Sessions, “Lost Souls” by Alex Mason, “Paranormal” by Alex Mason   Sound effects from freesound.org   Follow Page on Twitter and Instagram(@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show.   All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app.   Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!
We sit down to talk craft and life with Stephen Dudas, author of Ultrasound, In the Wake of Balderdash, and Simon and the Boogeyman.  Steve's chapbook, An August Nightmare, is available from Prolific Press.  Page intro music: “As Colorful As Ever” by Broke for Free Follow Page on Twitter and Instagram(@page_podcast) and Facebook (Page: New Voices In Fiction - podcast) for updates on the show. All episodes are available on our website (www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast) or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, or any podcast app. Page is currently accepting story submissions for Fall episodes. Visit www.thebasementcast.com/pagepodcast/submissions for more details!
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Podcast Details

Started
Feb 25th, 2018
Latest Episode
Aug 15th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
21
Avg. Episode Length
31 minutes
Explicit
Yes
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