Monday, May 27, 2013

Rish on "Strange Stories" (just not for strange listeners)

Rish here.  I wanted to share this because I recorded it a long time ago (no idea when) and heard it today, and quite enjoyed it. 

I lent my voice to the "Strange Stories" audio drama series that Mike Murphy writes and produces over there at the Twilight Audio Theatre.   The episode "We All Scream" seems to have dropped recently.  In it, I play a parapsychologist who is now institutionalized after investigating a haunted house, and was the only survivor of his group.

Mike Murphy writes tons of audio dramas, and I've lent my voice to a few of them.  But it's rare that I'm given quite this much scenery to chew, and hopefully my acting is so over that top that it comes back to good again.  Up to the listener to decide, I suppose.

Strangely, I couldn't find the website that hosts the show, but the file itself was embedded on Facebook, and I'll embed it here. Give it a listen, if ye like.  I thought it was pretty good stuff.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

TWSC Author List

There has been a little confusion on some people's part on how to submit your story for the Triple Word Score Contest. We want to make sure that everyone who wrote a story gets the chance to have it actually considered for the prize. So, here is a list of all the authors that we've received stories from. If you think your name should be on the list, but it isn't, get in contact with us at editor (at) dunesteef (dot) com. We'll make sure your story gets its chance.

The list is first names.

Adam Gifford
Amory Lowe
Austin Malone
B D Anklevich
Bria Burton
Bryan Lincoln
Christopher Munroe
Clay Dugger
David Kafri
Donovan Cacace
George Edwards
Gino Moretto
Hugh O'Donnell
Jennifer Gifford
JM Perkins
Jose Bill
Josh Roseman
Julia Shaw
Justin Kauhl
Katherine Inskip
Larbi Gallagher
Marshal Latham
Michael Grey
Rish Outfield
Robin Catherine Rutan
Ryan Anderson
Sam Schreiber
Tibbi Scott
Void Munashii
Wendy Conroy
William Carey
Zane Eddy

Sunday, May 19, 2013

TGMG 111: Summer Movies 2013 and Iron Man

In a first, Big and Rish decide to podcast in the parking lot directly after having seen IRON MAN 3.  First, they talk about what movies they are most excited about this summer, Big repeats his Theory Of Sequels, and then they begin on this biggest (and bestest?) Iron Man adventure.  Warning: Spoilers and Microphone Noise.

Right click HERE to download the episode, select Save Link As, and save the file to your hard drive.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Rish Performs "Killer Advice" Over On Audible

Rish here.  As I mentioned a week or two back, I auditioned for and got the job to narrate two stories by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.  The first was "Case of the Vanishing Boy," which was quite short.  The second was longer, was called "Killer Advice," and is now available for purchase over at

This even has cover art with my name on it, which makes me smile inside.

"Killer Advice" is a mystery story set on a space station.  There are several characters, each of which get their own POV chapters.  A ship docks after a series of unfortunate deaths onboard, and everyone leaves the ship . . . then the deaths continue.  I suppose this could be classified as a Detective story (as could the other one I read), but I don't think I had ever read a Science Fiction Mystery before now. 

Ms. Rusch's writing skills are really developed, and I really appreciated her talent as I performed this one.  Maybe you will too, if you want to check it out at this link:

Rish Outfield, Advice Killer

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

TGMG 110 On The Go: Shooting Stars & Fun Dip

When the weather starts getting warm, Big and Rish often go on walks at night during their podcasting visits. Now, through the magic of technology, you can follow them on their meander through the hills and neighborhoods, talking about shooting stars, suburbia, dinosaurs, Big's childhood, and makeout games. Just listen to them gasp!

Right click HERE to download the episode, select Save Link As, and save the file to your hard drive.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

It's Still the First of May (Cleaner)

We asked Fake Sean Connery if he could perform Jonathan Coulton's ode to springtime with a bit less filth.  He gave it his best attempt.

Warning: singing.

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It's the First of May, kids!

Fake Sean Connery is certainly in the festive spring mood.  Warning: filth.

Right click HERE to download the episode, select Save Link As, and save the file to your hard drive.

Soon to be available in a clean-ish version. I wonder if we should ask Fake Roger Moore to record that one.