Brilliant, quirky, and hilarious short fiction.
It has been said that The Drabblecast must have the best production values of any podcast on the web. With background music, sound effects and the occasional topical song, this podcast is a weird audio treat. Clown Eggs, Space Monsters, flesh-eating Teddy Bears, Disenchanted Super-villains, Crusading Masked Fire Marshalls, and more are brought to disturbing life here. Norm Sherman’s narration is brilliant, he can add drama and pathos when necessary but mostly he’s just plain hilarious. The production tastefully adds to whatever he’s trying to do. There is a mix of short and shorter fiction on offer with short story length pieces sitting along side the 100 word Drabbles. I can’t wait for this to land in my itunes every week. Try it, you’ll be hooked too.
Fashionable Brain via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/16/10
More reviews of The Drabblecast Audio Fiction Podcast
I look forward to anxiously watching the drabblecast upload every week. These stories not only are delightful to listen to, thanks to the calm, smooth narration from Norm Sherman, they also provide opportunities to laugh, gasp, and think. Let's hope the quality of the Drabblecast remains...Read full review »
Tasty Cakes KM via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/21/07
I love this podcast. It is hilarious and I am in love with Norm Sherman. Great stories and beautifully produced. Each episode is a work of art.
AGC1331 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/23/11
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 »
ungelic_is_us via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/24/11
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