Pseudopod is back!!! Huge thanks to all the donors past and present. Here’s some administrivia while you’re waiting for the next story.
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Pseudopod is on hiatus until October 2010. In the meantime, dig through the archives or try these other fine, free, wonderfully bent audio fiction publishers:
and Cast Macabre, who made a nice timely promo and everything:
Episode 203, scheduled for July 16, will be tardy by perhaps a week or so I can tell you now. All this schedule craziness is what you get when you’re working at the last minute and have no time, a syndrome which I intend to terminate with the assistance of a two-month hiatus over August and September 2010. We will return with a vengeance in October. It’s the first such hiatus Pseudopod has ever taken. Oh, I’m not taking a vacation of any kind, and we’re not closing to submissions either — our associate editors continue to slave away all month, every month, giving as much personal feedback to authors as they have time to give. I’ve just fallen so far behind with submissions, production, and administrative duties, that if Pseudopod doesn’t air for those two months it will *just* let me, and incidentally the budget, keep from sinking. Assuming donations don’t drop off as a result… but we have to do this. Delegating only gets me so far, and I would rather take a break and come back with quality shows than resort to stopgap measures.
The winners of our flash fiction contest will still be produced, either in October or sooner. Voting in our final poll closes July 22, so you can go there for some free online fiction! Vote for your favorites. (Free registration is required to see the candidates and vote. No, we’re not going to spam you — it’s a legal kludge so they remain technically unpublished.)
Enjoy the rest of July — we’ll post them as soon as we can.
– Ben Phillips, chief editor
A few announcements. The full text is on the forum. Please visit that link to comment, as well. Thanks!
Our editor Ben Phillips put together this fast-paced and gripping piece of work. Feel free to use it in all of your podcasts, breakfast cereals, and dimensional intrusions. Enjoy.