Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Episode 17: "Barton's Well" By Al Carty Interview: Daniel Ackley-McPhail

A U.S. Marshall visits a homestead expecting a shootout. He finds something else.

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Today's featured Story is "Barton's Well" by Al Carty.
Narrator: Hugh O'Donnell
Bill: Mackenzie Lambert
Henry: Jared Ciricillo
Curtis: Pat Toner
Eliza: Laura Diemer

Today's story featured the music "Mountain Song" by Ernesto Schnack, and "The Mayor of Ponte Tresa" by George Vinson, both licensed from The Podsafe Music Network at MusicAlley.com

Today's promo is for Sarah Diemer's bestselling debut novel, The Dark Wife. It's an excellent read, so go check it out!

In the second half of today's show, Hugh talks steampunk, publishing and In an Iron Cage with Author and Editor Danielle Ackley-McPhail.
Danielle's book pick is Freckles by Gene Stratton-Porter

Opening music is "Danse Macabre" performed by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com
Closing music is "George R. R. Martin is Not Your Bitch" by John Anealio. Visit his bandcamp site at johnanealio.bandcamp.com for more excellent music!

The Way of the Buffalo is presented under a Creative Commons, Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives 3.0 US License.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Episode 16

A visit to the "Beach" with Philippa Ballantine

A young man's chance encounter on a deserted beach may be far stranger than it first appears. Click HERE to listen, or right click to save.

Today's story is "At The Beach," by William Meikle, read by Mick Bordet, and includes the vocal talents of Sarah Diemer.

In the second half of the podcast, we are joined by author Philippa Ballantine.

Some Other Scotland

Music in today's podcast was "Danse Macabre," "Private Reflection," and "Corncob," by Kevin MacLeod.

The Way of the Buffalo is presented under a creative commons, attribution, non-commercial, no derivatives 3.0 US license.