Pulp Fiction Audio Tales

Here’s one for fans of hor­ror, sci-fi and hard­boiled fic­tion. Well Told Tales (iTunesFeedWeb Site) brings you a series of “audio tales” from the pulp tra­di­tion. Each sto­ry runs some­where between 15 and 35 min­utes, and they’re pro­duced with an eye towards qual­i­ty. The mak­ers of this pod­cast select good short sto­ries. And then they get pro­fes­sion­al actors to read them, which saves you from hav­ing to endure a poten­tial­ly ama­teur pod­cast.

If these pod­casts are up your alley, then you may also want to peruse some oth­er audio­book col­lec­tions in the same genre.

  • Escape­pod iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Col­lec­tions of well-reviewed sci-fi sto­ries on audio.
  • Pseudo­pod iTunes Feed Web Site
    • The world’s first audio hor­ror mag­a­zine.
  • Stranger Things iTunes Feed Web Site
    • This high-qual­i­ty video pod­cast fea­tures sto­ries of ordi­nary peo­ple stum­bling into strange worlds (a la The Twi­light Zone).
  • The Time Trav­el­er iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Explores vin­tage Amer­i­can fic­tion. Orson Welles, Philip K. Dick, etc.
  • Uto­pod iTunesFeedWeb Site
    • A free French-lan­guage pod­cast, cre­at­ed by Lucas Moreno and and Marc Tiefe­nauer, that offers read­ings of fan­ta­sy and sci fi sto­ries writ­ten by not­ed authors across the Fran­coph­o­ne world.

NOTE: All of these pod­casts are includ­ed in our Audio­book Pod­cast Col­lec­tion.

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