Tuesday, November 2, 2010
New Monthly Magazine of Audio Short Fiction Stories
Dark Fiction Magazine (http://www.darkfictionmagazine.co.uk/) has launched a new service for fans of genre fiction. Beginning Oct 31st, Dark Fiction Magazine will be launching a monthly magazine of audio short stories. This is a free service designed to promote genre short fiction to an audience of podcast and radio listeners. A cross between an audio book, an anthology and a podcast, Dark Fiction Magazine is designed to take the enjoyment of short genre fiction in a new and exciting direction.
Dark Fiction Magazine publishes at least four short stories a month: a mix of award-winning shorts and brand new stories from both established genre authors and emerging writers. Each episode will have a monthly theme and feature complementary tales from the three main genres science fiction, fantasy and horror.
With a team of dedicated and passionate narrators, a central recording facility and a,love of genre, Dark Fantasy Magazine delivers a truly outstanding aural experience.
Dark Fiction Magazine will also be producing special editions with seasonal stories and topical issues, competitions, flash fiction episodes and novel excerpts. Each episode aims to shock and delight, to horrify and confound as Dark Fiction Magazine takes its listeners on an aural tour through the world of genre fiction.
Dark Fiction Magazine is a collaborative project, created and developed by Del Lakin-Smith and Sharon Ring.
Posted by Brian Scott at 5:59 AM