Tales to Terrify No 87 Flash and Short Fiction

September 6, 2013 by Drew S

Coming up:

Good evening: 0:00:41

The Program: 0:05:14

Some words about the authors: 0:06:13

“Mr. Potato Head” by Ahimsa Kerp, narrated by Antoinette Bergin 0:12:12
“Santrai” by P.D. Cacek, narrated by Josie Babin 0:18:38
“In the Garden” by L.R. Bonehill, narrated by Antoinette Bergin 0:23:27
“The Sweetest Kind of Chaos” by Copper Smith, narrated by Brian Esterson 0:28:31
“Trapped” by Dennis M. Lane, narrated by the author 0:39:45
“Binge” by Jim Pyre, narrated by Logan Waterman 0:46:50
“Little Sister” by Chantal Boudreau, narrated by Antoinette Bergin 0:52:32
“The Boy Who Became Invisible” by Joe R. Lansdale, narrated by Lawrence Santoro 1:01:38
Some words about the narrators 1:12:56
Pleasant dreams 1:16:31

The Writers:
Ahimsa Kerp: http://arewethereyeti.wordpress.com
P.D. Cacek: http://pdcacek.wordpress.com/
L.R. Bonehill: http://bonehillsboneyard.blogspot.com
Copper Smith: http://crimespace.ning.com/profile/CopperSmith?xg_source=activity

Dennis M. Lane: http://dennislanebooks.com
Jim Pyre: http://www.jimpyre.com
Chantal Boudreau: http://chantellyb.wordpress.com/
Joe R. Lansdale: http://www.joerlansdale.com

The Readers:
Antoinette Bergin: @Nettie_Bergin
Josie Babin: Spingus@gmail.com
Brian Esterson: No contact information for Brian.
Logan Waterman: https://www.facebook.com/logan.waterman.5
Lawrence Santoro: http://blufftoninthedriftless.blogspot.com


  1. I have to say, what a great episode. All the stories were up to snuff, and as i dosed after listening, my dreams were not pleasant. And of course the Lansdale story…very effective as usual.

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  3. Thanks for accepting my little story. It’s sounds much creepier when it’s not in my head! 🙂

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  5. Outstanding story there. What happened after? Take care!

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  1. […] can check it out here (it’s part of an octet of short stories): Mr Potato Head.  If spooky is your thing, I recommend checking out their archives. Share this:Like this:Like […]

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