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Tiny Tales

Storytelling Podcasts

Tiny Tales is a twice-monthly podcast of short stories spanning horror, fantasy, comedy, and everything in between.

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United States

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Tiny Tales is a twice-monthly podcast of short stories spanning horror, fantasy, comedy, and everything in between.

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English


Episodes
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78: Mortar

2/26/2024
All of her life, Kaye has been building the dam. Cover art sourced from falco. Support the show

Duration:00:20:39

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77: Mayfly Night

1/1/2024
In a Michigan lake-side diner, on a night when the mayflies hatch... Mayfly Night was written by Warren Brown. Warren is a Canadian/American citizen of First Nations descent. Publications include OMNI, F & SF, Amazing, The Book of All Flesh, This Land, Nimrod, Dear Leader Tales, Speculative North, Smoke in the Stars, Abyss & Apex, etc. His novel, What Happened in Fool the Eye is available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Learn more at warrenbrown.synthasite.com. Narration for today’s episode by R.E. Rule. Music, mixing, and production by Frank Nawrot. Cover art sourced from petraboekhoff. Support the show

Duration:00:13:39

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76: Home is a Wandering Place

11/13/2023
On the long drive home, Brianna finds an unexpected place to rest. Today's episode was written Catherine Yeates. Find out more about their work at https://www.cjyeates.com/ Cover Art sourced from jrico144. Support the show

Duration:00:12:56

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40: Haunted [REPLAY]

10/30/2023
A skeptical paranormal investigator enters an abandoned house, oblivious to the dark secret hidden within. Cover Art Sourced from darksouls1. Support the show

Duration:00:24:31

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75: Cricket Dance

9/25/2023
Additional production by Matthew Ferrandino. Cover art sourced from Prettysleepy. Support the show

Duration:00:14:26

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74: Assorted Clippings from the Readers' News Column of the Bear Creek Gazette

3/27/2023
This Readers' News column consists solely of submissions from Bear Creek residents just like you! Today's episode was written by Tarver Nova. Tarver is a speculative fiction writer and professional night owl in New York. His stories are found in Baffling Magazine, Daily Science Fiction, Kaleidotrope, and other fine places. He is an associate editor of PodCastle and CatsCast. Find him at tarvernova.com or show him your cats on Twitter @tarvernova. Cover Art sourced from Becca H. Support the show

Duration:00:13:27

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73: Another Port All the Same

3/6/2023
While on his normal carrier route, Noah encounters someone unexpected. Voice Talent: Gretchen Pille James Barnett from The Night's End Podcast. Cover Art sourced from Gerd Altmann. Support the show

Duration:00:25:16

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72: Transported

2/26/2023
Caught up in the story, a reader crosses the line between reality and fiction. Cover Art sourced from Mystic Art Design. Support the show

Duration:00:04:15

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71: River Pearl

1/30/2023
On a hot summer day, Wilem discovers one of the river's hidden secrets. Cover Art was sourced from oliver-eyth. Support the show

Duration:00:12:14

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70: Forest Child

1/2/2023
A child of the forest is never just a child. Support the show

Duration:00:05:17

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69: Blood Roots

12/19/2022
When Helene goes to harvest the tree that grows buttons, she finds something far more surprising and far more sinister than she ever expected. Support the show

Duration:00:41:54

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NEW PODCAST: Don Henry - an Opera by Frank Nawrot

8/15/2022
Introducing Don Henry - an Opera by Frank Nawrot Premiering August 23, 2022 wherever you listen to podcasts. Don Henry was a Dodge City native and University of Kansas student whose ideals led him to fight fascism in the Spanish Civil War of the late 1930s. Don was a young man when Mussolini and Hitler established fascist governments in Western Europe. He and others from around the world traveled to Spain to help prevent a fascist government from taking hold there as it had in Italy and Germany. He became a member of the International Brigade that fortified the leftist Spanish Republicans (also referred to as the Loyalists). Don knew the dangers of his ambition and so hid his real intentions by telling his family he was taking a vacation in Europe. On his first day of battle, Don was mortally wounded by a gunshot to the chest as he tended to an injured comrade. In this recording, the story of Don Henry is told from three asynchronous perspectives: 1) a 21st-century 24-hour news channel program, 2) a letter written by Don Henry to his family in Kansas, and 3) the frontlines of the war as told by Salaria Kea, a nurse from Akron, Ohio. The words of this opera are taken from historical documents, poems written by British international brigaders, and original lyrics by Frank Nawrot. The historical documents are the University of Kansas Board of Regents press release commissioned by the House Un-American Activities Committee and Don Henry’s letter. Don Henry stars Neal Long, Gretchen Pille, Rachael Rule, and Frank Nawrot. Support the show

Duration:00:04:26

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68: Toward Light

6/27/2022
As long as the sun rises, we endure...As long as there is light to speak, we endure. Support the show

Duration:00:28:17

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67: The Little Voice

5/23/2022
S.J. is going to be a little voice, but nothing can prepare her for what she's about to undertake. Support the show

Duration:00:21:29

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66: Diving into the Rift

5/9/2022
The bathynaut's journey is long...will she find what she is seeking? "Diving into the Rift" was written by Dennis Mombauer. Dennis currently lives in Colombo, Sri Lanka, where he works on climate change and as a writer of speculative fiction and textual experiments. He is co-publisher of a German magazine for experimental fiction, “Die Novelle – Magazine for Experimentalism,” and has published fiction and non-fiction in various magazines and anthologies. His first English novella, “The House of Drought,” (Stelliform Press) and first English novel, “The Fertile Clay,” (Nightscape Press) are both scheduled to be published in 2022. Learn more at https://dennismombauer.com/ Support the show

Duration:00:16:38

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65: Rich Furrows with Tassels of Red

4/11/2022
"She dreamed of fields wild and lush, but like every dream, love wasn’t enough..." Today's episode was written by Julie Reeser (https://persephoneknits.com/) Support the show

Duration:00:14:46

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36: What Happened That Night [REPLAY]

3/21/2022
Today, we revisit one of our favorite episodes: "What Happened That Night" Find Tiny Tales on Instagram @tinytalespodcast, Facebook @thetinytalespodcast, & Twitter @TinyTalesShow Narration by James Barnett from The Night's End podcast. Visit nightsendpodcast.com or follow on Instagram @nightsendpodcast & Facebook @nightsendpod Other Voices in Order of Appearance: R. E. Rule (rerulewrites.com) Frank Nawrot (franknawrot.com) Dutcher Snedeker (dutchersnedeker.com) Gretchen Pille (gretchenpille.com) Music by Frank Nawrot and Amy Beach featuring James Alexander on cello Production by Frank Nawrot Production Assistants: Matthew Ferrandino John C. L. Jansen (johnjansenmusic.com) What Happened That Night was written by R. E. Rule Cover Art sourced from Prettysleepy. Support the show

Duration:00:28:26

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64: At a Local Inn

3/7/2022
Nightlife at the local inn can get... interesting. Especially when the Magpie Mage is involved. Support the show

Duration:00:07:19

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63: Aerie

2/21/2022
To the clifftops where the eagles nest, Brin climbs. Support the show

Duration:00:11:30

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62: Purnama

2/7/2022
"The child who would be a god was tied by a tread to the moon..." Today's episode was written by Shih-Li Kow (Twitter: @shihlikow) Support the show

Duration:00:10:53