Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Happy Halloween! Now Listen to a New Horror Story...

It's Almost Halloween. Get Scared!

Are you ready for a horror story? This week we have a new scary tale from David A. Voyles of North Carolina.

In the story, a man loses his daughter when she drowns in a river. He dedicates his life to saying 'I'm sorry." But he never could guess that her spirit would manifest as this...

Listen to 'One More Offering' today!

This horror tale will keep you engaged. Soak up the vibrant imagery and allow the creepiness to creep into your earbuds.

Learn more about the author:

David A. Voyles writes primarily horror fiction: ghost stories, weird tales, supernatural or psychological thrillers--basically anything dark and scary.  He taught high school English for over thirty years but now owns and hosts a unique ghost tour business with his son in Asheville, NC, Dark Ride Tours, which features a haunted 1972 Cadillac hearse. You can see this wonderful hearse on their creepy website at DarkRideTours.com and on their Dark Ride Tours Facebook page.

Download Episode 21 Today!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

The romance of long-distance in as many words

Episode 20 is now here!

Immerse yourself in a fantastical landscape of poetry in three long-form poems. Discover the double-edged sword of long-distance love and what happens when that distance is erased.

Travel the American West with a Bob Dylan impersonator and a bartender. Watch the New Mexico sunrise with two poets.

Listen in!
-For Apple users visit iTunes today and find Creative Writing Outloud in the podcast section.
-If you use an Android device, go to CWO's Soundcloud page for easy access.

Listen to 'Gilded by the Sun', 'Wendigo' and 'New Mexico Sunrise' today!

These three absorbing poems will draw you in for the entire episode.

Learn more about the author:

Robert Beveridge makes noise (xterminal.bandcamp.com) and writes poetry just outside Cleveland, OH. Recent/upcoming appearances in Chiron Review, Zombie Logic Review, and The Literateur, among others.

Download Episode 20 Today!

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Fiction based on real-life events...

Sometimes we lose control. Something grips onto our minds and forces our behavior.

In these three short stories, you'll hear an author's take on love, addiction, sex & insecurity. Based on true experiences, the author has created stories to capture moments in life where volition has been snubbed.

Get cast into a vignette, absorbed into the scene, and see through these lenses.

Listen in!
-For Apple users visit iTunes today and find Creative Writing Outloud in the podcast section.
-If you use an Android device, go to CWO's Soundcloud page for easy access.

Discover a tortured existence addicted to sex!

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These three absorbing stories will draw you in for the entire episode.

Learn more about the author:

R.E Hengsterman is a writer and film photographer who deconstructs the human experience through photographic images and words. He currently lives and writes in North Carolina. You can see more of his work at www.REHengsterman.com and find him on Twitter at @rehengsterman

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Here are your 3 favorite fiction and poetry podcast episodes!

After hundreds of you tuned in, your favorites are clear.

Our 3 MOST POPULAR EPISODES are...

#1 Poetry by Ivan Jenson, Charles Braddy, and Alexander Smith

Listen to never-before-heard poetry by Ivan Jenson, Charles Braddy, and Alexander Smith. Eight poems are included for your listening enjoyment in this single episode. Themes include money, greed, ambition, winter, creativity, homelessness, and inspiration.

#2 The Break In by Alexander Smith & The System by Ilan Herman

In The Break In a young lover tries to rendezvous with his unsuspecting girl. In The System two mafiosi try to take something they don't fully understand.

#3 Reach by Alexander Jones & Lamenting Voyeur by Guiseppi Paulino 

Hear two short stories about the choices we make when we see someone in need. And we’ll explore what we feel when we don’t do the right thing and extend our help as we are taught we should. Our first selection, “Reach” is written by Alexander Jones, a frequent publisher of short fiction living in Jersey City. “Lamenting Voyeur” comes from Guiseppi Paulino, an emerging New England writer, voice actor, and chef.

Not one of your favorites? Comment down below and tell us your fave!