Listen to “Scrapple” on the NoSleep Podcast

My microfiction horror story Scrapple is featured as the cold open on this week’s episode of The NoSleep Podcast. The story starts at 2:07. Listen for free on your favorite podcast app.

Listen to “A Piece of the Sky” on The NoSleep Podcast

The audio production of my sci-fi horror story A Piece of the Sky has been released by The NoSleep Podcast. It’s told through the testimony of the surviving member of a two-person asteroid mining crew that picked up an unfortunate souvenir during their expedition. The story starts around 33:00.

The story was originally published by The Dread Machine in October. It’s free to read online now and will appear in their Issue 2.4 print issue soon. The print magazine is gorgeous and copies sell out fast, so you should pre-order one now while you can.

With all due respect, sir, you don’t know what you’re talking about. There was no way Bakely could’ve known what the thing was when he picked it up. It looked like a rock. Hell, it was a rock, just a hunk of the asteroid’s crust that he grabbed as a souvenir for his kid. There’s no way he could’ve known it was a nest.

“Set For Life” Audio Edition released by Dark Matter Magazine

The Audio Edition of my cyberpunk story Set For Life has been released by Dark Matter Magazine. This is an extraordinary production, with top-notch narration, acting, and sound design. The MP3 can be purchased for $1.99, or you can get it for free as part of your Dark Matter Deluxe membership. You can’t go wrong with either choice.

Andy loaded the body into the back of the van, then slammed the door. “Last one,” he called out, knocking on the rear door with his knuckles.

Listen to “A Thing of Beauty” on The Storyteller Series podcast

The audio production of my body horror story A Thing of Beauty is now available for free on The Storyteller Series podcast. As a fleshcrafter, Anastasia Dao has the unique ability to remake a person’s outside to match the beauty within. But when one of her girls is viciously murdered, she realizes that revenge can be a beautiful thing.

The body hanging from the ceiling began to writhe, straining against the inside of the translucent, teardrop-shaped sac in which it was encased. The sac stretched and distended, pressing outwards in all directions as the figure inside struggled to break free. 

Listen to “Breathtaking” on the Thirteen Podcast

The audio production of my horror story Breathtaking is now available for free from the Thirteen Podcast. Set in 1930s Oklahoma during the Dust Bowl, it tells the story of a young girl and her brother who see a mysterious woman in white screaming outside their house during a dust storm.

Listen to “They Say Crows Can Remember Faces” on Scare You To Sleep

The audio production of my short horror story They Say Crows Can Remember Faces is now available for free from Scare You To Sleep. Shelby Scott is the absolute best in the horror podcasting business, and she proves it once again with her incredible narration and brilliant sound design. This is one of my favorite stories, so I am beyond thrilled to hear it performed and produced so perfectly.

Listen to “Die on Your Feet” on The NoSleep Podcast

My apocalyptic horror story Die on Your Feet is part of the Suddenly Shocking Vol. 15 episode of The NoSleep Podcast. It’s an allegory about what happens to people who deny the reality of their situation, despite all the evidence telling them they are wrong. The episode is only available to NoSleep Season Pass holders, so subscribe now to listen. You won’t be sorry.

Listen to “Feed the Worm” on The Night’s End Podcast

The audio production of my horror story Feed the Worm is now available for free from The Night’s End Podcast. It’s an awesome production with lush soundscapes and nightmare sound effects that really heighten the suspense and terror. The screams at the end make the conclusion even more horrifying than I imagined when I wrote it.

Listen to “Everything As It Was” on The Creepy Podcast

The full audio production of my horror story Everything As It Was is now available to listen to for free on The Creepy Podcast. Set in the dust-plagued landscape of 1930s Oklahoma, it’s a story about lost hope, lost faith, and lost children come home.

This story originally appeared in Night Terrors Vol. 1 by Scare Street, and was reprinted in The Omens Call by Devil’s Rock Publishing. You can read it online for free here.

Listen to “Baby Food” on the Tales to Terrify podcast

The Tales to Terrify podcast has produced my short horror story Baby Food as a standalone episode. It’s a story about pregnancy, giant insects, and a camping trip gone horribly wrong. As usual, the narrator did an incredible job, perfectly nailing the pace and tone. The story starts at around the 6:40 mark and runs for just under an hour. You can listen to it on any of your favorite podcast apps and websites:

You can also read the story online, or buy the All Dark Places 3 anthology where it originally appeared.

And if you missed the earlier Tales to Terrify episodes featuring my stories, check out their productions of Something’s Wrong With Mom and Those Who Turn From God.