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The Sound of Horror. Pseudopod is the world's first audio horror magazine. We deliver bone-chilling stories from today's most talented authors.

The Sound of Horror. Pseudopod is the world's first audio horror magazine. We deliver bone-chilling stories from today's most talented authors.
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The Sound of Horror. Pseudopod is the world's first audio horror magazine. We deliver bone-chilling stories from today's most talented authors.




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PseudoPod 561: Better to Curse the Darkness than Light a Candle

by Joseph Cusumano “Better to Curse the Darkness than Light a Candle” is a PseudoPod original. The story was inspired by the works of Poe and Hawthorne. JOSEPH CUSUMANO is a physician living in St. Louis. His major hobby, other than writing, is the design and construction of radio controlled airplanes. His piloting skills need […]

Duration: 00:43:05

PseudoPod 560: Where the Summer Ends

by Karl Edward Wagner “Where the Summer Ends” first appeared in the seminal anthology Dark Forces (1980), edited by Kirby McCauley. This particular anthology was an eye-opener to 12 year old co-editor of Pseudopod Shawn Garrett, and deserves a place on the bookshelf of any fan of weird fiction. KARL EDWARD WAGNER (1945 – 1994) […]

Duration: 01:12:08

PseudoPod 559: Granite Requires

by T.J. Berry “Granite Requires” is a Pseudopod original. T.J. BERRY has held various jobs, including political blogger, bakery owner, and a disastrous two weeks in a razor blade factory. She now writes science fiction, fantasy, and horror from the outskirts of Seattle with considerably fewer on-the-job injuries. She is a 2016 graduate of the […]

Duration: 00:39:32

PseudoPod 558: Toward the Banner of the King

by T.R. North “Toward the Banner of the King” is a Pseudopod original. T.R. NORTH was born and raised in Florida and has never been featured in a “News of the Weird” column run in another state. Other works of short fiction can be found in the Sediments Literary-Arts Journal, Metaphorosis, and Phantaxis. Follow on […]

Duration: 00:35:02

PseudoPod 557: ‘Till the Road Runs Out

by Luciano Marano “‘Till the Road Runs Out” is a Pseudopod original. LUCIANO MARANO is a newspaper reporter, photographer and author. His award-winning reporting, both written and photographic, has appeared in numerous regional and national publications, and he made his debut as a fiction author in the recent extreme horror anthology “DOA III” (Blood […]

Duration: 00:36:24

PseudoPod 556: Evitative

by B.C. Edwards “Evitative” is the titular and ultimate story of The Aversive Clause, the collection of stories that also included, ‘Sweetness,’ which ran as Pseudopod episode 445. B.C. EDWARDS is the author of two books,The Aversive Clause and From The Standard Cyclopedia of Recipes. He has written for Mathematics Magazine, Hobart, The New […]

Duration: 00:50:36

PseudoPod 555: Four Hours of a Revolution

by Premee Mohamed “Four Hours of a Revolution” is a Pseudopod Original. PREMEE MOHAMED is an Indo-Caribbean scientist and spec fic writer based in Canada. Her work has been published by Nightmare Magazine, Martian Migraine Press, Third Flatiron Press, and others. She tries to post thoughts and discussions on her website, , so […]

Duration: 00:36:56

PseudoPod 554: A Doll Full of Nails

by Ville Meriläinen “A Doll Full of Nails” is a Pseudopod Original. VILLE MERILÄINEN is a Finnish university student by day, author of little tragedies by night. His short fiction has appeared in 200 CCs and Mad Scientist Journal’s Fitting In anthology. His long fiction can be found on, with a new musical […]

Duration: 00:25:21

PseudoPod 553: Fade to Gold

by Benjanun Sriduangkaew “Fade to Gold” was first published in End of the Road, edited by Jonathan Oliver (Solaris Books, 2013). BENJANUN SRIDUANGKAEW Benjanun Sriduangkaew writes love letters to the future and beautiful bugs. Her fiction has appeared in, Clarkesworld and Beneath Ceaseless Skies, among others. She blogs at and edits fiction for […]

Duration: 00:36:26

PseudoPod 552: The All or Nothing Days

by Gus Moreno “The All or Nothing Days ” is a Pseudopod Original. GUS MORENO is from the south side of Chicago, and his work has appeared in LitroNY, Bluestem Magazine, Chuck Palahniuk’s “Burnt Tongues” anthology, and a bunch of other places that are totally not defunct. He is currently working on a new […]

Duration: 00:25:39

PseudoPod 551: Alison

by Seras Nikita “Alison” is a Pseudopod original. SERAS NIKITA is a writer of horror fiction living in Oakland, California. She works at vfx house Tippett Studio, where she handles public relations and virtual reality outreach. During her career Seras has worked on films such as Cloverfield, Ted, the Twilight series, Star Wars: The […]

Duration: 00:40:06

PseudoPod 550: Again!

by Ramsey Campbell “Again!” was first published in Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone Magazine, November 1981 and has been reprinted numerous times. Ramsey Campbell is a British writer considered by a number of critics to be one of the great masters of horror fiction. T. E. D. Klein has written that “Campbell reigns supreme […]

Duration: 00:36:30

PseudoPod 549: Flash On The Borderlands XXXVIII: Letting Go

“When you let go, you are truly free.” Good Boy by Ruth EJ Booth This story was first published in Far Horizons e-magazine, in their January 2015 issue. Ruth EJ Booth is a BSFA award-winning writer from the North-East of England. Her fiction and poetry can be found in anthologies from NewCon Press, Fox Spirit books, […]

Duration: 00:30:42

PseudoPod 548: Lord Randy, My Son

by Joe L. Hensley “Lord Randy, My Son” was first printed in DANGEROUS VISIONS (1967) and appears here with the kind permission of the Hensley estate and the Virginia Kidd Agency. This is the second of Ellison’s Dangerous Visions to appear here on PseudoPod. Make sure to check out Go, Go, Go, Said the […]

Duration: 00:38:22

PseudoPod 547: Escape to Thin Mountain

by Jon Padgett “Escape to Thin Mountain” originally appeared in Padgett’s 2016 short story collection The Secret of Ventriloquism. JON PADGETT is a professional—though lapsed—ventriloquist who lives in New Orleans with his spouse, their daughter, a cat and a dog. Padgett’s first short story collection, The Secret of Ventriloquism, was named the Best Fiction Book of […]

Duration: 00:27:09

PseudoPod 546: Monster Exist

by Ian McHugh “Monster Exist” is a Pseudopod Original. IAN MCHUGH is a writer whose first success was winning the short story competition at his local science fiction convention in Canberra, Australia in 2004. Since then, he’s sold more than 40 stories to publications around the world, and his first story collection, Angel Dust, was […]

Duration: 00:24:15

PseudoPod 545: Indiscretions

by Hillary Dodge “Indiscretions ” is a Pseudopod Original. “The author invites you to sit back, close your eyes, and picture a deserted suburban neighborhood, lawns brown and tangled, the sky a bleak shade of yellow-gray…” HILLARY DODGE is a writer and editor based out of Santiago, Chile. She has a Masters degree in […]

Duration: 00:34:13

PseudoPod 544: Under the Rubble

by John Wiswell “Under the Rubble” is a Pseudopod Original. “This story is dedicated to Takeo Murata, Ishiro Honda, and Rod Serling.” JOHN WISWELL is a writer who lives where New York keeps all its trees. His stories have appeared at Podcastle, Fireside Fiction, and Flash Fiction Online. He is chronically ill, and was […]

Duration: 00:43:27

PseudoPod 543: Be Still, My Dear, And Listen

by J. T. Glover “Be Still, My Dear, And Listen” was published in Issue 7 of “Makeout Creek”, a literary magazine based in Richmond, Virginia. J. T. GLOVER is an academic research librarian by day and lives in Richmond, Virginia, and is originally from Seattle His short fiction published in The Children of Old […]

Duration: 00:30:15

PseudoPod 542: That Only a Mother

by Judith Merril “That Only a Mother” was originally published in Astounding Science Fiction, June 1948. It appears here with appreciation through the assistance of the Virginia Kidd Agency. JUDITH MERRILL was an American and then Canadian science fiction writer, editor and political activist, and one of the first women to be widely influential […]

Duration: 00:28:32

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