Stephanie St. Clair Harlem Queen of New-York
Have you ever heard of the Harlem Renaissance? It was an artistic movement back in the 1920s, and it celebrated African American fashion, music, religion, and literature. This primarily took place in Harlem, New York, and in the Harlem Queen podcast, Yhane Smith (along with the talented cast of voice actors) tells the story of Madame Stephanie St. Clair. She’s...
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the greatest discovery
Do you love all things Star Trek? Would your family and friends consider you a “Trekkie”? Then get ready to add The Greatest Discovery podcast to your long list of things to do. Following each aired episode of Star Trek on Tuesdays, the men behind the podcast recap and review what they just watched while...
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a woman at a typewriter with sheer curtains drawn
Women’s fiction writers are, of course, female authors who share stories from a woman’s perspective. The category of women’s fiction from those who write their artistic works may feature female protagonists and focuses on relationships and an unfolding experiential journey. This broad generalization encompasses all genres of fiction, so here in this list you will...
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Sometimes you find yourself in the mood for scary stories– tales of things that go bump in the night, creepy stories that raise gooseflesh on your arms when ghosts drag chains across the attic floor. You could possibly listen to podcasts that can help reduce stress, but would that scratch that itch? To that end,...
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Science fiction is uniquely suited to the podcast medium, evocative sounds and words creating fantastical worlds in the listener’s mind. The genre allows for the exploration of entire universes, the only limit is the imagination of the writer. Whether it is the far reaches of space, an unnatural development on this very planet, or something...
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The Tardis police box from Doctor Wgo
Doctor Who, the British science fiction show, first brought the time-traveling doctor and his “bigger on the inside” time machine (the Tardis or Time and Relative Dimension in Space) that looks like a blue police box to audiences in 1963. After cancellations and restarts, the show continues, with a core of recurring characters, locations, and...
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The Penumbra Podcast -- Logo
There’s only so much time to get you interested in a story and attached to the characters, but the Penumbra Podcast manages to do so in record time. Filled with interesting and enigmatic characters right from the very first episode, this innovative podcast takes story genres we all know and love and puts them in...
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Irishmin Review
Vox writer (by way of SBNation) and comedian Ryan Simmons takes on Martin Scorsese’s modern classic one step at a time in The Irishmin. With the express goal to not miss a single detail of the film, Ryan set out to watch the epic movie one minute at a time. Releasing daily Monday through Friday,...
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The Orbiting Human Circus (of the Air) -- Season 1
Delivering a compelling narrative with a radio show can be a daunting task, but the creators of this podcast prove it’s possible! Podcasts and radio shows have strengths and weaknesses other storytelling mediums don’t have, and The Orbiting Human Circus takes advantage of all the strengths while avoiding all the pitfalls of the trade. This...
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Sometimes you want a story, but not a true story, you want to escape this reality and enjoy another. Whether it’s fantasy, mystery, horror, or science fiction; these are the top ten fiction podcasts.   1. Limetown For this one I don’t think I could explain it any better than it’s own description: Ten years...
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