A new monthly podcast dedicated to celebrating the literary short story and all things bookish. Bite-size short fiction for writers and readers everywhere. Listen to a short story on the 1st of each month at 12:00am.
We are currently joining in the Waterloo Festival online so will have a new story for you to enjoy every two weeks.
Hosted by Tabitha Potts and open to new and emerging writers in the English language. Always free to submit.
We are a small organisation run by volunteer writers and producers (Tabitha Potts, Martin Nathan and Miki Lentin) hoping to benefit the writing community.
Our eventual aim is to be self funding and to pay our writers for each short story we transmit. Visit our Patreon if you would like to support our work and access exclusive content.
Send us your stories
Contact Tabitha Potts at [email protected]
Please submit your short story (2000 words or less) as a PDF/Word doc (with your 50 word biography) and your recorded 8 to 10 minute mp3 for consideration. Editing, intros and outros, FX and music will be added by us.
If you make an error while recording, pause and start again - we can edit it out. Record in a quiet place without background noise.
Copyright in your story remains with you, we ask only that we can podcast your story for one year.
We have had a very generous offer from a fellow podcaster Austin Malone to read your story if you have no access to technology or are unable to record an MP3 for any reason. Please let us know if you would like his help.
Austin Malone is a voice-actor who has narrated stories for Pseudopod, Podcastle, and The Melting Potcast. A native of New Orleans, he can frequently be found in the dark corners of nerdy, writing-themed bars. In the virtual world, he can be found at his website: sippinghemlocktea.com.
Tabitha Potts is a writer living in East London. She has had several short stories published in print and online and been short-listed and long-listed for various awards, most recently the Sunderland University Short Story Award. In a previous life, she was a BBC Radio Drama producer.
Read more at http://www.tabithapotts.com.
Martin Nathan has worked as a labourer, showman, pancake chef, fire technician, and a railway engineer. His short fiction has been published by Tangent Press, HCE and Grist and his poetry has appeared in Finished Creatures, Erbacce and Aesthetica. His novel – A Place of Safety is published by Salt Publishing.
Miki Lentin has just finished a Creative Writing MA at Birkbeck University. He is a finalist in the Irish Writer’s Centre Novel Fair 2020, has appeared twice at MIR Live, writes book reviews for MIR Online, achieved 2nd prize in the Momaya Press Short Story Award 2019, and has been published by The Elixir Magazine online. He is a Trustee of The Reading Agency and volunteers @refugeecouncil and at refugee camps in Calais and Greece.
Find him on Twitter @mikilentin