Award-winning anthology of audio dramas, in the realm of the strange, speculative and supernatural.
Voices of Tomorrow is a weekly science fiction podcast featuring the work of seven staff writers and occasional submissions. Its the audio companion to 365 Tomorrows (www.365tomorrows.com) which publishers a new piece of science fiction daily.
The Abaddon & Solaris Books podcast blasts out of your earphones each month with fresh insights, general nonsense and the latest releases from your favourite Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror publisher. With regular features, guest authors, and book readings.
The Official Aberrant Dreams Podcast. Beaming speculative fiction driectly into your brain!
We bring science fiction and fantasy authors to your ears one podcast at a time. We also interview editors, industry experts. and we give our own takes on books, writing, and the publishing industry.
Old time radio show of the adventures of Flash Gordon and his companions Dale Arden and Dr. Hans Zarkov.
Zach and Matt talk about stories from all genres and fields, and what makes them great.
AudioTim is a podcast interviewing authors, editors and publishers in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror. I love hearing about new stories, what makes an excellent story, and how the business is evolving.
The podcast where period drama meets sci-fi. Audio commentaries, reviews and general fun!
Select stories from Beneath Ceaseless Skies are available as MP3 audio files.
From its earliest time, radio has always been interested in Science Fiction and British Radio has given us some of the best early Scifi. Stories and Characters will leap into your living room as we go on an adventure into time and space.
Free online science fiction, fantasy and horror from Clarkesworld Magazine.
The Coode Street Podcast is the British Science Fiction Award-nominated science fiction and fantasy podcast hosted by noted critic Gary K. Wolfe and anthologist/editor Jonathan Strahan. It features discussion and digression on topics related to science fiction and fantasy.
My podcast is a regular feed in which I read from one of my stories for a few minutes at least once a week, from whatever friend's house, airport, hotel, conference, treaty negotiation or what-have-you that I'm currently at.
Dark Fiction Magazine is a monthly, short fiction podcast magazine, bringing the listener at least four short stories per episode from around the genre fiction world. Each month has a distinct theme with fiction chosen to complement.
Testaments Scrawled in Hidden Places and on Nether Things. Join M. Amanuensis Sharkchild in a unique world of horror and fantasy fiction that will follow you to the visions of your sleep.
The Dead Robots' Society, a gathering of aspiring writers podcasting to other aspiring writers, hoping to help each other along the way to the promised land of publication.
Short Stories At the Far Side of Weird - Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and Everything In-Between - Narrated and Produced by Norm Sherman
Conversations with the creators of the best in science fiction and fantasy. If you love SF literature, or you're a current or aspiring author, you'll enjoy this podcast.
The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine is what its name says it is. We produce audio files of fiction stories for people to listen to.
Escape Pod is the premier science fiction podcast magazine. Every week we bring you short stories from some of today’s best science fiction authors, in convenient audio format for your computer or MP3 player.
Actor David Stifel narrates serialized readings of Edgar Rice Burroughs novels, currently concentrating on the Mars Series. The first novel, A Princess of Mars, is complete with new episodes released every Wednesday and Saturday night.
Each episode of Fast Forward features an in-depth interview with a professional writer, artist, editor, or filmmaker who has created work that can be described as SF, Fantasy, and/or Horror.
Functional Nerds is the new podcast from author/blogger Patrick Hester and musician/blogger John Anealio focusing on science fiction and fantasy media: television, film, comics, and new media such as fan films, audio dramas, online animated comics and more.
A multiple-interview podcast about two hours long, produced monthly. Hosted by the author and futurist, Stephen Euin Cobb.
Alisa, Alex and Tansy bring you speculative fiction news, reading notes and chat from the galactic suburbs of Australia
Geek's Guide to the Galaxy covers fantasy and science fiction in literature, film, graphic novels, and video games, as well as related topics such as science, technology, and critical thinking.
Giant Fire Breathing Robot is your source for geeks, games, and gamma rays. This is the place to go if you want to read opinions on what’s going on in the world of board games, video games, anime, role-playing games, nerdy movies, and all the other hobbies that come with the currently chic name of “geek”.
In each weekly podcast, we discuss a specific H.P. Lovecraft story – what it’s about, how it reads, why it may have been written and what other works of art it’s influenced. We regularly have talented guest readers and contributing composers for our music sections.
Part sci-fi audio adventure, part sketch comedy with a dash of new music, Hadron Gospel Hour blends Old Time Radio comedy and drama with modern comedic attitude. HGH follows the self-obsessed Dr. “Oppenheimer” Valdini, who has torn a rift in the fabric of the multiverse, and Mike Wilkinson, IT guy, as they try to heal the rift the only way they know how... by making a podcast!
Be afraid! Be very afraid. Old Time Radio is filled with ghost stories, mosters, creatures who walk the earth and other tales of the unexplained. Join us as we explore these stories from the depths of hell itself. But leave those lights on!
Writing interviews and how-tos from a SF writer who's still learning.
Imperial Trouble is Jason Mallory of Scene Missing Magazine and Sam Mitchell of The Police Box. Sam and Jason like to talk about science fiction, toys, comic books and other gentlemanly pursuits.
An award-winning weekly show about geeky cultural topics in numerous media, including books, movies, TV, comics, and games. Jason Snell talks with a rotating panel of regular guests.
Two men named Stephen attempt to understand the world of science fiction and fantasy conventions and fandom. They interview interesting people and try to explain the ways of fandom to the mundane world.
Conversations and reviews of classic SF/F movies, TV and books.
Each week, we post one story and one piece of nonfiction.
There has been science fiction on the radio since before Buck Rogers in 1932. Radio SciFi characters leaped into your living room as the listener would be taken on an adventure into time and space each week. Join us each week as we explore the unknown.
The Once And Future Nerd is a serial audioplay about three high school students from modern-day Pennsylvania who find themselves trapped in a world of wizards, elves, and feudal intrigue. Episodes of the podcast are released every other week, on alternating Sundays.
Orbit is a leading publisher of Science Fiction and Fantasy, with imprints in the UK, US and Australia. They've just launched their podcast.
PodCastle is the world's first fantasy audio magazine. Each week we'll bring you short stories across the spectrum of fantasy from leading authors and new discoveries.
Pseudopod is the premier horror podcast magazine. Every week we bring you chilling short stories from some of today’s best horror authors, in convenient audio format for your computer or MP3 player.
Relic Radio Science Fiction brings you old time radio stories from sci-fi's greatest writers, as well as original stories for shows like Dimension X, X Minus 1, 2000 Plus, Beyond Tomorrow, and much more! Travel through space and time as they saw it all those years ago.
The Roundtable Podcast invites writers to workshop their stories with some pretty remarkable people. Each episode is a no-holds-barred dialog about how to transform raw inspirations into a strong and engaging story.
The Sci-Fi Cast was born from an exchange on Twitter between three sci-fi geeks. Four weeks later, here we are.
Luke reads a science fiction book, makes some notes, thinks about the book for a few days, then records a review and puts it up on the feed. Then he reads another book.
Old timey Sci-Fi radio broadcasts featuring shows like X Minus 1, Tom Corbett: Space Cadet, Dimension X, and other classics like 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
SciFi Dig is a podcast about science fiction, fantasy, horror, comics and everything in between. The show is a single host host show with many contributors from the SciFi Dig community.
In this Science Fiction Podcast, we share interviews, reviews, and opinions on popular and perhaps not so popular Science Fiction TV shows and movies. Test your geek cred with trivia.
SciFi Surplus is all about new media from a Science Fiction and Fandom point of view. We try very hard not to take ourselves very seriously. A complete mission statement will come as soon as we can make something up.
Karen Burnham and Karen Lord discuss contemporary hard science fiction and Caribbean literature.
The mp3 audio companion to sfsignal.com, where we interview notables in the field of speculative fiction and say incredibly intelligent things. Mostly. Usually. OK, accidentally.
SF Squeecast is a periodic podcast in which a group of Science Fiction and Fantasy professionals squee about things Sfnal, in a neverending panel discussion of vague positivity.
Our goal is to tell the world about the cool stuff we were listening to. We think audio is the best medium for Science Fiction literature and drama. We’re not against the dead tree, cathode ray, and celluloid versions, we just know them to be the inferior medium for transmission of story, mood, and ideas.
The Skiffy and Fanty Show is a podcast about science fiction and fantasy. We discuss SF/F news, argue about books and movies, and dig our heels deep into the SF/F community, all with a little humor and random nuttery to keep things interesting.
All things science fiction, fantasy and horror media: television, film, comics, and new media such as fan films, audio dramas, online animated comics and more.
Each week, Tony C Smith will be joined by a variety of guests from the world of science fiction literature, SF blogs and publishing to bring you the latest news and gossip from the world of SF.
Speculate! is a podcast for writers, readers, and fans, run by Gregory A. Wilson and Bradley P. Beaulieu. Speculate! will be sharing podcasts of fiction reviews, author and artist interviews and writing technique.
The Squidpod is the fortnightly science fiction cephalopodcast from Robot Squid Geostationary. Every two weeks, we release a brand new, original short story. Stories so far have featured religious robots, the heat death of the universe, sinister butterflies, EULAs with death penalties, meat porridge and brains in jars. You have been warned!
Take a voyage on the Science Fiction podcast StarShipSofa if you dare! Travel into the deepest realms of the classic Sci-fi and science fiction world. Calling at such science fiction destinations as Philip K Dick, Alfred Bester, John Brunner and all the other great Sci Fi writers out there.
The Sword and Laser is a science fiction and fantasy-themed book club, video show and podcast, started by Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt. The main goal of the club is to build a strong online community of sci-fi / fantasy buffs, and to discuss and enjoy books of both genres.
Synthetic Voices is a podcast celebrating speculative audio fiction. Each month I put together a list of my favorite short fiction from the previous month and share it with you here, along with some of my personal thoughts.
The idea was simple: take old, cheesy science fiction movies, most of which are based on written works, and discuss them from the ground up. Read the book/story, watch the movie, watch any remakes, and give it all a thorough talking through.
Enter into the realm of horror of the unexpected tales from the macabre. Spine chilling stories from the supernatural and other stories from the supernatural and other dimensions.
Tales to Terrify is a weekly horror-themed podcast hosted by award-winning horror writer, Lawrence Santoro. Tales... is produced by Tony C. Smith, the owner-host of the Hugo Award winning StarShipSofa.
The Time Traveler Show offers the opportunity for listeners to travel back in time by exploring great vintage stories from the past! Every other week, subscribers to this new podcast will get to hear a complete unabridged short story read by a guest reader.
Founded in order to connect with other people who are eager to be included in a thoughtful literary conversation about the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Since July 2009, listeners have downloaded more than 1,200,000 lectures.
For over a year, Tor.com has brought you excellent short fiction on our site, but now we’re making the audio of these stories available to you in podcast form. We’ll be bringing you both new fiction and our archived stories, so don’t worry if you’ve missed anything archived on the site.
We feature stories selected from the pages of the TTA Press magazines Interzone (science fiction & fantasy), Black Static (horror), and Crimewave (crime & mystery). New stories appear every other Monday.
Wily Writers and their guests share their short stories in both text and audio format. Are you wily too? Join us for a jaunt into the imagination.
The Writer and the Critic is a monthly podcast devoted mostly to speculative fiction books, reviews and the odd bit of idle gossip. Hosted by Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond.
Fantasy novelist Brandon Sanderson, science-fiction cartoonish Howard Taylor and horror writer Daniel Wells discuss writing techniques in a fast-paced, 15 minute format. Fifteen minutes long, because you're in a hurry, and we're not that smart.
Countdown for blast-off. X Minus 5, 4, 3, 2, X Minus 1, Fire. From the far horizons of the unknown come transcribed tales of new dimensions in time and space. These are stories of the future. Adventures in which you will live in a million could-be years on a thousand maybe worlds.