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TRATWD 094 – Nemesis

Posted by on 19 Mar 2017 | Tagged as: Fantasy

pgholyfield-authorshotWhile brooding in his tower, the Master of the City receives some unexpected news about his longtime rival.

A tribute story in memory of P. G. Holyfield.

Buy your copy of Tales of a Tesla Ranger — all proceeds go to the P.G. Holyfield Children’s Trust.

The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation funds research for a cure to P.G. Holyfield’s illness, and provides support for those affected by it.

Inside #Trypod: NPR Tackles “Podcast Unawareness”

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TRATWD 090 – Rafak Aliri and the Ghostly Bride (Metamor City LIVE! at Balticon 50)

Posted by on 18 Feb 2017 | Tagged as: Aliri, Fantasy, Metamor City Live

This week I’m bringing you the live Metamor City audio drama that we performed for Balticon 50: RAFAK ALIRI AND THE GHOSTLY BRIDE!

Aliri is a lutin private investigator struggling to keep the lights on in his Street-level office. But when a wealthy young nobleman offers triple his fee to solve his fiancee’s murder, the green-skinned gumshoe finds that nothing is as it seems…

Featuring the voice talents of:

PATRICK SCAFFIDO as Baron Tristan Halvard

DEE REED as Betty

AUGUST GRAPPIN as a morgue attendant

LAURA NICOLE as Morgan Drauling

NOBILIS REED as a customer service rep

ELIZABETH REISINE as Isabelle

LAUREN HARRIS as Abbey Preston

SARA TESTAROSSA as Kelsey Stanton

And MILDRED CADY as Amelie Grace

With original music by Marnen Leibow-Koser

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TRATWD 073 – Drabbles of the Gods

Posted by on 09 Oct 2016 | Tagged as: Fantasy

Fourteen flash-fiction stories about the gods of the world of Metamor. Plus, listener feedback and your Weekly Writing Report!

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TRATWD 054: Missing Pieces

Posted by on 29 May 2016 | Tagged as: Fantasy, Tunstall

A teenage boy travels to Metamor City alone on an important mission.

Read this and other stories in DIVINE INTERVENTION: Tales of Metamor City, Vol. II

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 19: The Three Graces, Part 4

Posted by on 21 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy, Natalie, Nathan

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The Story: “The Three Graces,” Part 4

Illura and Amelie make a difficult choice. Natalie copes with high school. Nathan learns of a new threat to his family.

In the Feedback Section:

Sara and Chris discuss the topic of abuse as it appears in Metamor City. Ted offers audio advice. Nobilis weighs in on the topic of sex in science fiction.

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 18: The Three Graces, Part 3 (full episode)

Posted by on 16 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Erotic, Fantasy, Nathan

Thanks for your patience this week, folks. Here is the full episode of part 3. Those who listened to the first half on Sunday can skip to 22:33 to pick up where they left off.

The Story: “The Three Graces,” Part 3

Amelie goes to Priestess Illura for help to keep Nathan and Natalie from backsliding. But what is the price?

Content Advisory: This episode contains graphic language and explicit sexual content. It’s not appropriate for children. Listener discretion is advised.

Theme music for THE THREE GRACES is “A Girl Alone,” by Hungry Lucy. The song was made available through Mevio’s Music Alley, the podsafe music network. Find more of Hungry Lucy’s music at hungrylucy.com.
The Thre In the Feedback Section:

Judy finds similarities between The Church of Eternal Brotherhood and her own background. Sara muses on how Nathan and Natalie changed between the events of this story and “Dreams of Change.” Ted discovers The Raven & the Writing Desk in his Metamor City Feed.

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 17: The Three Graces, Part 2

Posted by on 06 Sep 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy, Nathan

The Story: “The Three Graces,” Part 2

Amelie Grace gets religion, but Nathan has reservations. What will the Church of Eternal Brotherhood mean for his career — and for their family?

Theme music for “The Three Graces” is “A Girl Alone” by Hungry Lucy. The song was made available for use through Mevio’s Music Alley, the podsafe music network.

three-graces-quote-2In the Feedback Section:

Emails from Adam S. and Craig B. describe the effects Metamor City has had on them. Sara T. leaves our first-ever review at the iTunes Store.

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From the Archives: The Sex Roundtable
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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 16: The Three Graces, Part 1

Posted by on 30 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: Fantasy, Nathan

The Story: “The Three Graces,” Part 1

We first met Nathan Grace and his daughter Natalie in “Dreams of Change” by Nobilis Reed, but we never heard more than hints about what happened to Natalie’s mother.

I’m proud to now bring you the story behind the story.

three-graces-quote-1 In the Feedback Section:

Nobilis, Raj Chaos and Sara respond to the end of “The Cuckoo.”

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The theme music for “The Three Graces” is A Girl Alone by Hungry Lucy. The song was made available through Mevio’s Music Alley, the Podsafe Music Network. You can find more of their music on their website, hungrylucy.com.

 

The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 15: Metamor City – The Cuckoo, Part 4 (Conclusion)

Posted by on 23 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: Erotic, Fantasy, John

The Story: “The Cuckoo,” Part 4 (Conclusion)

Gerhard’s plan is revealed, putting John and Ysabel in immediate danger. How will Delilah respond — and what will it cost them?

WARNING: This episode contains violence and explicit language. Listener discretion is advised.
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Raj has some advice for iPhone users on listening to old episodes of Metamor City, and Sara wonders about Delilah’s secret.

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The Raven & the Writing Desk, Episode 14: Metamor City — The Cuckoo, Part 3

Posted by on 15 Aug 2015 | Tagged as: Erotic, Fantasy, John

We’re back, folks! A huge thanks to everyone who supported the GoFundMe campaign when my audio recording interface suddenly stopped working. This episode was recorded with my new TASCAM DR-40 connected to my existing microphone. I think you’ll be very pleased with the results.

The Story: “The Cuckoo,” Part 3

John’s plans for Delilah reach fruition, but there’s an unexpected complication. The Baronesa is more than she seems, and when she and John make love, the effect on John is something he never anticipated…

CONTENT ADVISORY: This episode contains explicit language and strong sexual content. Listener discretion is advised.

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Episode Image: “Kristina.” CC BY 2.0 Dan Rocha

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Baldemar requests some help figuring out how to play older episodes of The Metamor City Podcast on his iPhone. Brycetopher corrects my English (!). And Mark asks about the real-world origins of Metamor’s Universalist theology.

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