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I have loved having stories told to me since very younger days, and speculative fiction has been my stamping ground for many a year. I came to this podcast with high hopes, seeing that it was horror-fantasy based and from knowing what the author of this first tale has done before. I was not disappointed: Rusty Quill, branching out into fictional podcasts are adding substantially to the worlds of speculative with a genuinely Lovecraft-ian-tinged trip into the dark streets of the nighttime city. Narrated with great aplomb by the talented Jonathan Sims, this is a series to keep an eye on, as it bids fair to visit many of the shores of the speculative meta-genre, and all the grimly glorious wonders that such a promise can contain.
Kate Onyett via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/25/16
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Great horror/supernatural fiction podcast!!!
Ptmald via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/05/16
Rusty Quill are titans of whatever genre they take on. Jonathan Sims is a melodic nightmare wrangler and the corridors of the Magnus Institute are hypnotic. The backing music is subtle and atmospheric. I can’t wait to follow the horrors!
Wookie in the Waistcoat via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/01/16
Brilliant addition to rusty quill, and my first dive into horror podcasts, what a way to go! each episode is written in so much depth you can clearly imagine the storys as they unfold. the storytelling is fantastic and the background music and atmosphere as the story progresses is so thick you...Read full review »
Tod Thunderbolt via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/04/16
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