A Strange Vacation for Your Mind
Every week for a strange and blissful 15-to-35 minutes The Drabblecast takes me away from the drudgery of my job and unceremoniously chucks me into a whole other dimension filled with weird and wonderful ideas and imagery. This podcast is like the illegitimate lovechild of Lewis Carrol and H.P Lovecraft, abandoned in the woods at birth, found and raised by werewolves until it's abduction by aliens after which it eventually crept it's way back into the human society where it took it's place filling a small but vital niche in the world of flash fiction storytelling. The Drabblecast guys do a great job all around, from the excellent overall production to the smooth as silk narration by that hoopy frood Norm Sherman.Read full review »
Sledcatcher via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/28/09
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luketc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/02/07
Are you odd? A little off? Like a good story? Welcome home my friend; this is the podcast for you! Quirky fiction with a touch of humor and scifi. Mixed with absurd but excellent music written and performed by the host himself, which was an unexpected surprise. Production and narration are first...Read full review »
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The Drabblecast is home to the awesomest cross-over fic I have ever heard: a spectacular Lovecraft/Lewis Carrol/space opera mash up featured in two different stories: "Boojum" and "Mongoose." Both are sublime examples of what makes the Drabblecast so awesome: expertly engineered...Read full review »
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