Word Crimes: “Appetite” by Jon McGoran

Word Crimes Podcast LogoA new episode of the Title 18: Word Crimes Podcast is now available!

This time, Scott Detrow reads the creepy short story “Appetite” by biotech thriller author Jon McGoran.

To listen, subscribe to Word Crimes on iTunes or Stitcher, or use the media player below.

Enjoy!

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Word Crimes: “Death Runs Faster” by Duane Swierczynski

Word Crimes Podcast LogoA new episode of the Title 18: Word Crimes Podcast is now available!

This time, Scott Detrow reads “Death Runs Faster” by Duane Swierczynski, the author of CANARY, FUN AND GAMES and seven other novels, along with hundreds of comic books — including the new THE BLACK HOOD.

To listen, subscribe to Word Crimes on iTunes or Stitcher, or use the media player below.

Enjoy!

Did you enjoy this episode of the Word Crimes podcast? Let us know by posting a comment here, on Twitter or Facebook — or, best of all, rate the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. Thanks!

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New Website for Word Crimes Podcast

Word Crimes Podcast LogoScott Detrow and I are excited to let you know that our Title 18: Word Crimes podcast has a new home:

WordCrimesPodcast.com

I’ll still post updates here when new episodes go live, but all of the show notes and related features will now live on the new site.

Speaking of new episodes, check out the two latest:

Live at NoirCon: Three Minutes of Terror, Part 1 (with readings by Patricia Abbott, Jedidiah Ayres, Richard Godwin, David James Keaton, Jon McGoran, Anthony Neil Smith, Marshall Stein, and Jonathan Woods)

Live at NoirCon: Three Minutes of Terror, Part 2 (with readings by Kevin Catalano, Matt Cook, Keith Gilman, Rob Hart, William Hastings, Nik Korpon, Peter Rozovsky, Wallace Stroby, Graham Wynd, and me).

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Interrogated by S.W. Lauden

Author and blogger S.W. Lauden shines a harsh light on Scott Detrow and me, interrogating us about the WORD CRIMES podcast, the CRIMINAL WORDS audiobook, and what the future holds for short fiction on podcasts.

Enjoy the interview, and leave a comment on S.W.’s site if you have any more questions for Scott or me!

Thanks to S.W. for having us, and be sure to check out his short story “Dead Beats” (with an audio version) at Out of the Gutter Online’s Flash Fiction Offensive.

S.W. Lauden Interrogation