At Crime City Central we are looking for published crime novellas (dead tree published) to air on our podcast in serial form. Up to 24,000 words, more or less. Old or recent, even OOP, but you must…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Cher Jul 6, 2013.
At Crime City Central we're adding a monthly "first chapter" feature. Nov. 12 we kick off with the first chapter of Lucie Smoker's novel "Distortion."Now I need submissions for the coming months.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Cher Nov 13, 2012.
Now that we're off the ground, Crime City Central would like to find a crime fact contributor. We're looking for someone who would like to do a monthly piece of short crime fact. Topic of your…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Benjamin Sobieck Jul 19, 2012.
The new crime fiction podcast, Crime City Central, debuted yesterday to rave reviews! Lawrence Block's story was funny, twisted, and a roller coaster of suspense! Come hear this wild tale at…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Cher Jul 19, 2012.
Posted on February 10, 2013 at 7:23am
The District of Wonders Network, home of four genre podcasts (StarShip Sofa, Tales to Terrify, Crime City Central and Protecting Project Pulp) wants to take things up a notch. The original episode of SSS still gets downloaded 200 times a week. Our four shows get 70,000 downloads a month. That's a lot of audio traffic.
We'll air your story for free. Would you like to advertise your publishing house or another new venture? Are you interested in sponsoring a show? We've come up with a…Continue
Posted on August 7, 2012 at 7:14am
Additional exceptional listens this week: Protecting Project Pulp had a great sci fi story from 1958, "Bread Overhead." Then on Pseudopod, the host of PPP narrated the creepy crawly "Coming to a Theater Near You."
Then slip back to July 27's Roundtable Podcast for "20 Minutes With Seanan McGuire," musician, artist, graphic novelist, and fiction/non-fiction writer. If she's not your fancy, drop back a few episodes for a workshop with guest host Seth Harwood, a heavy-duty noir…Continue
Posted on July 31, 2012 at 7:57am