Saturday, October 30, 2010

Episode 7: "The Midnight Hour" for scary movies

Happy Halloween!
Our story for this week is "In the Midnight Hour," by Sarah Wagner. When Marta's husband Pete comes home from a late shift at the plant, why does he seem so tired, and so sad?
In the second half of today's show, Hugh talks with Buffalo Rising and film critic Mackenzie Lambert about his favorite horror films.

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Music used in today's podcast was "Danse Macabre-Finale," "Wounded," "Terminal," and "Corncob," all by Kevin MacLeod.

You can find Sarah Wagner's website at

To find Mackenzie Lambert's reviews and articles, search for his name on Buffalo

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Friday, October 22, 2010

Interview Special: Nanowrimo!

A special interview with the Buffalo Municipal Liaisons.
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Check out the Nanowrimo website at

Read "The Poppet and the Lune," for free, HERE!

Visit the Glamourkin store HERE!

Theme music is performed by Kevin MacLeod, of, under a creative commons license.

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010


The Way of the Buffalo now has an audio promo!
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If you have a podcast, and are interested in promo exchange, send me an email at wayofthebuffalopodcast (at) gmail (dot) com.
Comments and criticisms are always welcomed and encouraged.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Episode 5-The "Subtext" of Beyond Ghosts

Welcome to The Way of the Buffalo!
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Our story today is "Subtext," by Rish Outfield.
Our interview is with Beyond Ghosts.
Check out the Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine at

Music in today's podcast was provided by Kevin MacLeod of
All sound effects were provided by the free sound project at
Our new logo was created based on art by Tony McCrorey.

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Thanks for listening, and until next time, we're going the way of the buffalo!
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