Science Fiction

A showcase podcast for a small public radio station*. Shows include topics such as RPGs, Graphic Novels, Weird Fiction, Gothic Literature, and misc. geek/nerd topics. Join us* for our audio book episodes. Episodes drop weekly. Nani mo honmonode wanai.
Also an ongoing story, and a town full of weirdos*.
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Episodes

November 30, 2018

R113: The Beetle 7

R107-134

The Beetle

 

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and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Hive
Ghost Story

Ghost processional
Oppresive Gloom
The Chamber

 

Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 

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November 29, 2018

R112: The Beetle 6

R107-134

The Beetle

 

This episode is brought to you by FoundItemClothing.com, check out their cool Cthulhu slippers!

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and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Hive
Ghost Story

Ghost processional
Oppresive Gloom
The Chamber

 

Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

 

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R107-134

The Beetle

 

This episode is brought to you by FoundItemClothing.com, check out their cool Cthulhu slippers!

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use @podbean and @applepodcasts

 

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Special thanks to Heather W for letting me know the audio was messed up!

 

Also, recovering from surgery, and going to record some new episodes for season 8.

 

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Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram @PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Hive
Ghost Story

Ghost processional 
Oppresive Gloom
The Chamber

 

Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

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November 27, 2018

R111: The Beetle 5

R107-134

The Beetle

 

This episode is brought to you by FoundItemClothing.com, check out their cool Cthulhu slippers!

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Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram @PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Hive
Ghost Story

Ghost processional
Oppresive Gloom
The Chamber

 

Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

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November 26, 2018

R110: The Beetle 4

R107-134

The Beetle

 

This episode is brought to you by FoundItemClothing.com, check out their cool Cthulhu slippers!

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Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram @PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Hive
Ghost Story

Ghost processional
Oppresive Gloom
The Chamber

 

Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

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November 25, 2018

R109: The Beetle 3

R107-134

The Beetle

 

This episode is brought to you by FoundItemClothing.com, check out their cool Cthulhu slippers!

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Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram @PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Hive
Ghost Story

Ghost processional
Oppresive Gloom
The Chamber

 

Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

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November 23, 2018

R107: The Beetle 1

R107-134

The Beetle

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

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and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Hive
Ghost Story

Ghost processional
Oppresive Gloom
The Chamber

 

Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

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Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

10:00

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The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

10:00

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

10:00

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

10:00

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

10:00

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

10:00

Play Now

The Picture of Dorian Gray is a Gothic and philosophical novel by Oscar Wilde, first published complete in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Fearing the story was indecent, the magazine's editor without Wilde's knowledge deleted roughly five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press, although he personally made excisions of some of the most controversial material when revising and lengthening the story for book publication the following year.

 

This episode is brought to you by Found Item Clothing dot com and bunny slippers dot com

Subscribe to PGttCM with DB Spitzer and Sara Fee wherever you subscribe to podcasts, we use podbean and applepodcasts

 

Check out our new website over at pgttcm.com!

Check out new PGttCM merch over at PGttCM.threadless.com

Follow on twitter, facebook, and instagram at PGttCM
and youtube at “People’s Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos”

Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Music by Kevin McLeod

The Chamber, Oppressive Gloom

 

Help support the show by going to PayPal.me/pgttcm and donate a buck or 5, or pgttcm.podbean.com and become a patron.

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