Friday, June 16, 2017

RPG Gems: SFF Audio Podcast

SFF Audio Podcast
In the last three to five years there has certainly been an uptrend in RPG writers & creators who borrow, whether in an official or unofficial capacity, from classic works of fiction. Lucky for us, many of these works are in the public domain and if you've ever wondered where all this great RPG material originates, or you're just an unabashed fan of fiction to begin with; you might consider mashing some internet buttons and adding SFFaudio Podcast to your list of favorite sites. What's SFFaudio Podcast?:

About

As it stands there are over 400 audio podcasts to date. You get can started and browse that list here. And if you haven't left yet and the works of Robert E Howard (Conan the Barbarian), H.G Wells (War of the Worlds, The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau), or Philip K. Dick who's work has inspired more movies then most are aware (wiki)... How about you at least consider checking out my absolute favorite audio render of H.P. Lovecraft's (click the title), The Statement of Randolph Carter; Narrated By: Wayne June.

Navigation Note: The player is at the bottom of the page of each audiobook podcast, I'm attaching a pic, cause its a little less than obvious. This screen capture is of Bram Stoker's Dracula. A recent edition and which you are welcome to give it a click and be directed to the SFFaudio site.

Bram Stoker's Dracula (Bottom of the Page)