A weekly Fiction and Drama podcast
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UNSEEN is the new urban fantasy audio fiction podcast by Long Story Short Productions. The premise behind it is simple: in a world where magic is real but invisible to almost everyone, for the few magical beings that exist every day is a struggle just to be seen.

Season one of UNSEEN will feature ten different stories of identity, connection, and personhood (and, of course, magic) in the modern world. Some of them will be thrilling adventures. Others may be sad and melancholic. Some may be creepy and unsettling. Each of them will feature a single performer, guiding the audience through a new, original modern fantasy landscape.
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I'm absolutely in love so far. This episode exceeded all of the expectations I had going into this show - and with the power trio of Gabriel Urbina, Sarah Shachat, and Zach Valenti being some of my most admired writers ever, those expectations were high! I’m completely enamoured with the mechanics of the world and the way magic operates on a level that exists in the open but “unseen” to those who don’t know how to look. I was super curious to see how the monologue format of each episode would turn out, and with Zach Valenti’s incredible sound design, Alan Rodi’s gorgeous music, and a script that is fully aware of the potential that audio has to ignite the imagination, the execution is so impressive, whimsical, creative, and immersive. The message of the story so far is an important one, one that rings true, and the storytelling communicates that in a way that really tugs at your heartstrings and touches you deep within. I’m very proud to have backed the show’s Kickstarter and I can’t stress enough how much I look forward to hearing more.
I LOVE Unseen so far, the first episode knocked it so far out of the park it's somewhere near the moon now. The writing is as incredible as you'd expect from this amazing team. Dottie James did an exceptional job as Harry, the sound design was just beautiful. The message in this episode is wonderful and hit me very hard (in a good way!). I was so ecstatic about my favorite writers tackling one of my favorite genres and I was very right to be. I can't stress how excited I am to hear the rest of this show!
I absolutely adored Wolf 359, and had high expectations for this podcast. But so far I've been disappointed. I had been hoping for a cast working together on a story, but there is no particular plot here. These are stand-alone monologues related to the world of magic. The voice acting is excellent, but I'm not sure I have enough interest to continue.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Long Story Short Productions
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Oct 16th, 2020
Latest Episode
Dec 31st, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
40 minutes
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