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Re: Well Told Tales looking for readers

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  • kscolligan
    Dang, did my e-mail address not show up in this post? It s kevin@welltoldtales.com (kevin at welltoldtales dot com) ... or just hit my Yahoo address,
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 28, 2007
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      Dang, did my e-mail address not show up in this post?

      It's kevin@... (kevin at welltoldtales dot com) ... or
      just hit my Yahoo address, kscolligan@....

      Muchos gracias,
      Kevin

      --- In podcasters@yahoogroups.com, "kscolligan" <kscolligan@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi there,
      >
      > I run the Well Told Tales pulp-fiction podcast (welltoldtales.com),
      > and I'm looking for some folks who'd be interested in reading for us.
      >
      > Twice a month, we podcast short stories in the horror, sci-fi and
      > hardboiled genres.
      >
      > We're not exactly Escape Pod/Variant Frequencies-level big-time, but
      > we've got a loyal audience (avg. 1,000 subscribers, if feedburner is
      > to be trusted) and some excellent stories (if I do say so myself.)
      >
      > Our stories run about 2,000-4,000 words (about 15-30 minutes), and we
      > record in classic audiobook style (ie: one reader, no sound effects.)
      >
      > I'm hoping to find some podcasters or voice actors who can read and
      > record stories, and send over WAV files. We can add intros and
      > outros, and do the editing if that's not your bag, in our Tinseltown
      > headquarters (ie: the corner of my living room.)
      >
      > This is a volunteer position, but we'll happily give credit, links,
      > etc. We pay our writers a token amount -- hopefully more in 2008 --
      > every one else is volunteer for the time being.
      >
      > If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, please drop me a
      > line at kevin@...
      >
      > And feel free to pass this along to anyone who might be interested.
      >
      > Thanks much,
      > Kevin Colligan
      >
      > …………………………………………………………
      >
      > Well Told Tales
      > pulp-fiction podcast
      >
      > http://WellToldTales.com
      >
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