Hey kids, currently available exclusively on Audible.com is "The Calling: The Audio Fiction of Rish Outfield Volume One."
It's a collection of a dozen or so short stories, narrated by me, and all together in one place. It also includes a couple of irritating pieces unavailable anywhere else (I believe this was Big's idea, who used to tell me I was wasting my time when I'd write microfiction, unless, as he put it, "you put it into a story collection as a sort of bonus track").
The collection includes an Introduction and:
A Difficult Age
The Cemetery Tale
Lost and Found
Last Night of Freedom
The tiny stories are in italics.
My pal Gino Moretto created the cover for me . . . and look at that little "volume 1." What do you think of that? I will one day get to work on the next volume, trying to include older and brand-new recordings.
In the meantime, check it out if you get the notion. I know you'll get to like it if you give a chance now.
Yeah, that was from The Locomotion, what about it?
Rish Outfield, Audio Dork
Friday, January 13, 2017
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Yeah, I know it's not a good title, but NOTHING rhymes with "rogue,"* and to call it "Rogue Scum" or "Rogue None" only works with a really bad movie.
Big and Rish go see the new "Star Wars" movie as soon as it opens, and while they didn't love it as much as you did . . . well, maybe you should just listen to the episode. Spoilers abound, of course.
You can Right Click HERE and select Save Link As, to save the file to your hard drive.
*Brogue doesn't count. Unless you're Fake Sean Connery. And you're not.