Archive for the 'Worth Listening To' Category

How free media brought in $4.2 million in sales

Sunday, February 1st, 2009

It’s not a giant leap to draw parallels between indie musicians and authors. To wit; I’d like to introduce you to Corey Smith, a new personal hero of mine. He gives his music away for free on his site. And he sells that music — the very same music — on iTunes. When he takes […]

Day of the Jedi? Don’t tell TD-0013…

Sunday, May 25th, 2008

Yes, I can remember standing in line at the tender age of (not gonna say) on this day 31 years ago. What I was about to experience would forever change the future lives of countless geeks, causing some of them to be consumed with an overwhelming desire to spend way too much time clad from […]

New fantasy short-fiction podcast

Thursday, July 26th, 2007

I’m ripping this off verbatim from Jesse Willis of SFF Audio, partly because I’m lazy and partly because he wrote it so well: From the people who brought you “Escape Pod: The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine” and “Psuedopod: The World’s Premier Horror Fiction Podcast” now comes… PodCastle: The Fantasy Fiction Podcast “PodCastle is the world’s […]

James Patrick Kelly wins the 2007 Nebula Award

Sunday, May 13th, 2007

Congratulations to James Patrick Kelly, whose book Burn won the 2007 Nebula Award. Some of you may remember that Burn was a featured title on Podiobooks for several months last year, and we’re thrilled that it’s been recognized for the work of genius that it is. Congrats, Jim!