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State of the Podcast

At this time, clonepod is undergoing some changes. We have lost one editor and two audio engineers – hence the lower quality of the previous episode. What we haven’t lost is a fantastic line up of stories and we are working hard at getting up to speed at editing stories ourselves. We […]

By |March 27th, 2009|Uncategorized|44 Comments

EP: 28 The Visionaries by Robert Reed

Read by Jusitn Lowmaster who can be found at and’

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By |February 27th, 2009|Uncategorized|11 Comments

EP 26: Dazzle Joins the Screenwriter’s Guild by Scott Bradfield

Read by Ace Antonio Hall

This story is rated r for language.

Episode 26 is part of our Dog Appreciation Month at Clonepod in honor of our new puppy, WallE and our dog, Hazel, who has welcomed WallE into the family.

Scott Bradfield has worked in Hollywood writing scripts for Sony, Universal, Working Title and Roger Corman’s Concorde […]

By |January 9th, 2009|podcast|3 Comments

FF-7 Tourists by Jonathan Lowe

Read by Leslie Ann Moore

audio engineering by Bruce McDonald

Music by Robert Farmer

Happy New Year from everyone at clonepod.  Today we are releasing the promised Flash Fiction piece that we had intended to release for Christmas before we knew we could run the wonderful steampunk story, Cold Duty for Christmas.  

The author of today’s story, Jonathan […]

By |January 1st, 2009|Uncategorized|3 Comments

EP- 25 Cold Duty by Dan Sawyer

Today we are very pleased to announced Steampod’s first every Christmas Story by airing it on clonepod as well.  Tonight’s story is Cold Duty. It was written by J. Daniel Sawyer of Literary Abominations. The story is read by Stephen Killbride of the Tea and Chat Podcast.  If you enjoyed the story, head on over to steampod for more.

By |December 24th, 2008|podcast|11 Comments

How to Deal With Your Daughter and Her Crabs by Brian Salyards

audio engineering by Bruce McDonald

read by Leslie Ann Moore

music by Robert Farmer

Parental Guidance recommended.  Suggestive Language

How to Deal With Your Daughter and Her Crabs was previously published in 2005 in Alien Skin magazine.  Brian Salyard’s work also appears in Alien Skin and in the Redjack Books anthology Anathema.

Charles sat at a dinner table much too large […]

By |December 3rd, 2008|podcast|3 Comments

EP-23 Invisible by Leslie Ann Moore

Read by Leslie Ann Moore

Audio engineering by Bruce McDonald

Music by Robert Farmer

Leslie Ann Moore works in the healing profession and is the author of Griffin’s Daughter.  She is part of the clonepod team as an editor and a frequent narrator for clonepod’s stories.  You can listen to the podcast of her exciting book at

Invisible […]

By |November 21st, 2008|Uncategorized|1 Comment

EP-22 Union Dues: The Sojourn of Taizen Kiro by Jeffrey R DeRego

Read by Leslie Ann Moore

Audio Engineering by Bruce McDonald

Music by Robert Farmer

Ending Song  “Re: Your Brains” by Johnathan Coulton

Parental Guidance Strongly Suggested

No tricks today, only a treat – a new Union Dues story!  Also included is a Halloween Song which we love and hope you will too.

Most of our listeners are familiar with Jeffrey DeRego’s Union Dues […]

By |November 5th, 2008|Uncategorized|2 Comments

FF-6 Snack Food by Jeff Carlson

Read by Bruce McDonald
Audio Engineering by Bruce McDonald

Jeff Carlson is the author of the internationally acclaimed sci fi thrillers Plague Year, Plague War, and the upcoming Mind Plague. Foreign rights to the book have sold in Spain, Germany, and Romania.  Plague Year has also been released on CD from Recorded Books and […]

By |October 29th, 2008|podcast|3 Comments

EP-21 Old Folk’s Home by John Kratman

Read by Bruce McDonald

Audio Engineering by Bruce McDonald

Old Folk’s Homewas originally published in the Jim Baen’s Universe.  Mr Kratman’s fiction has also appeared in Aeon Speculative Fiction, Dark Recesses Press, and many other markets.

Bobby Cullivan finished entering the staff schedules and leaned back in his chair, doing his best to ignore the arthritic […]

By |October 22nd, 2008|podcast|4 Comments