Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Episode 4-"Trading Up" by Tracie McBride

When a woman shoplifts a little glass bottle from a curio shop, she takes possession of more than she intended...

Welcome to The Way of the Buffalo, Episode 4 (click to listen, right click to save.)

Today's short story is "Trading Up" by Tracie McBride, Read by the lovely and talented Laura Diemer of A Tempest Productions.

Today's interview is with David Schwartz, Director of Gaming for UB Sarpa.

Find out more about Minicon at here.

Listen to "The Guild of the Cowry Catchers."

All music in today's podcast courtesy of Kevin MacLeod. You can find more of his music here.

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Thanks for listening. We're going the Way of the Buffalo!


Sunday, September 12, 2010

We're back: mini-episode 2.5

The Way of the Buffalo Episode 2b
In this mini-episode, Hugh announces the return of the podcast from Summer Break, pimps some side projects, and reads a drabble. Episode three is coming hot on the heels of this one as soon as the editing is finished.
This week's podcast promo is "Dead Mech" by Jake Bible. It's a good action/horror time, so go check it out if so inclined.
You can listen to the September edition of "The Set List" here. Check out the rest of Buffalo Rising's site for other events and issues in the city of Buffalo.
Check out The Transplant Miracles Foundation website here.
The opening theme for today's podcast was the finale from "Danse Macabre" by Saint Saens, performed by Kevin Macleod. Closing music was "Corncob," written and performed by Kevin Macleod. Both are generously provided under a creative commons, attribution, 3.0 Unported license. For more on Mr. Macleod and his music, visit Incompetech.com
Sound effects used in this recording were generously provided by Richard Frohlich and acclivity through Freesound.org. The Way of the Buffalo would like to thank them all for donating their talents.
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