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A weekly show for aspiring writers, published authors and readers everywhere. Join Stephanie Rouse, Theresa Stoker, Heather Worsley , Linda Jack Werlein, Pat Woolfe & Nicola Cairncross each week where they'll share guest readings and interviews, along with what they're reading, what they're writing, what it's really like to be a writer. You can join in the weekly "Name the Novel" quiz and find out "What's On The Bedside Table?". If you like what you hear, come and join our community! Firstly ...
 
A new monthly podcast dedicated to celebrating the literary short story and all things bookish. Bite-size short fiction for writers and readers everywhere. Listen to a short story on the 1st of each month at 12:00am. Hosted by Tabitha Potts and open to established, new and emerging writers in the English language. Always free to submit. We are a small organisation run by volunteer writers and producers (Tabitha Potts and Martin Nathan) hoping to benefit the writing community. Our eventual ai ...
 
Passion on the Page is a poetry podcast produced by aois21 publishing featuring aois21 Creatives and guest poets, released every three weeks. If you are interested in being a guest poet, visit media.aois21.com. aois21 publishing is a cloud-based publishing service for authors and readers everywhere, providing the key marketing infrastructure to support self-publishers, the tools and guidance to new authors starting out, and titles that span all genres to entertain every generation of readers.
 
"Chai Me, Bitch" is Singapore’s TOP podcast. Grab a cuppa chai (and maybe even make it masala), plug in your earphones (or blast this out loud; we don't judge and TBH you're doing everyone a favour) and choose between an audio or visual experience to enjoy this podcast. Stream now or watch my guests and I in full glory anywhere and everywhere on all my socials!
 
Known as the Canadian Mark Twain, Stephen Leacock was a humorist whose gentle parodies and spoofs still evoke a smile and a chuckle more than a hundred years after they were first published. Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town was published in 1912. Set in the fictional town of Mariposa in Canada, which is peopled by a delightful assortment of characters, the book has proved to be an enduring classic in the humor genre. Readers around the world continue to enjoy these little stories about the ...
 
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A young female writer is commissioned to write a post about a lethal rat trap for a content mill. This story was written by Rebecca Lee. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her current project “selfie” is a series of medical poems. Her body of work can be found in The British Medical Journal, CHEST physicians, Dartmouth’s Life Lines and Harvard…
 
The scene is a retrospective exhibition of the work of a famous male artist. As the young female curator is interviewed by a journalist, we start to suspect there is more to his paintings than meets the eye. Marie O’Shea is a short story writer living on the Beara Peninsula. Her work has appeared in, ‘Popshot’, ‘The Galway Review’, ‘The Blue Nib’, …
 
An Irish farmer, Liam Og, decides to leave his farm to his unknown American nephew. This short story was written and read by Steve Wade. Steve Wade’s short story collection, ‘In Fields of Butterfly flames’, was published in October 2020 by Bridge House Publishing. His fiction has been published and anthologised in over fifty print publications. His…
 
SALVAGE is set in Tide Mills, an abandoned village near Newhaven on the Sussex coast. The traces of the mill and the childrens’ home can still be seen on the shingle beach. Content warning: this drama contains some material listeners might find distressing The piece was directed by Luke Blackwood-Stevenson Cast: JANE - Rubie Ozanne BILL - Lewis Jen…
 
Livingstone Franklin, a hospital cleaner, has a side hustle as a soul singer - and a crush on a beautiful colleague. This story is written by Lindsay Gillespie, a Lewes-based writer. It is read by Luke Blackwood-Stevenson. The producer is Martin Nathan. Martin Nathan has worked as a labourer, showman, pancake chef, fire technician, and railway engi…
 
In this month's short story, rebellious Maddy's reunion with her much older and more conventional sister goes disastrously wrong. About the writer Belgium based writer Sheila Kinsella’s short stories draw inspiration from her Irish upbringing. An avid watcher of people’s behaviour, and blessed with abundant natural curiosity, Sheila lures the reade…
 
A young woman leaves Jamaica for the UK, hoping to emulate her cousin Jacqueline by working as a nurse. When she arrives, nothing is quite as she expected it to be. Jacqueline was written by Tatum Anderson. She is a journalist and writer from London. She received an MA In Creative Writing at Birkbeck, University of London and is now working on a Ph…
 
A young woman travels from her old life to her new, from the North to the South, on a Greyhound bus. Content warning: this story mentions rape. A Whittenberg is a Philadelphia native who has a global perspective. If she wasn’t an author she’d be a private detective or a jazz singer. She loves reading about history and true crime. Her novels include…
 
On Ep 15 of CMB, I play the Singaporean version of Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader but with a twist! For every question I answer wrong, I take a shot of cognac. Listen to me play hot cross buns on the recorder, drunkenly do sit ups and find out once and for all — am I smarter than a Primary 5 kid?? Thank you Martell for supporting this episode,…
 
On Ep 14 of CMB, we have the queen of plus size fashion herself, Rani from The Curve Cult (TCC)! Listen to us talk about visible panty lines, our favourite pieces from TCC and the importance of inclusive sizing. Rani also shares with us how TCC uses fashion as a tool to empower women and promote fat acceptance. Enjoy!! This episode was sponsored by…
 
We have two shorter stories this month, Knish by Martin Nathan and The Prison Poem by Rebecca Ruth Gould. Knish by Martin Nathan The knish is a lump of potato with pastry wrapped around it and baked. You can still buy them in Brighton Beach, Long Island, filled with kasha or beef or cherry and cream cheese or pretty much anything you want. Like thi…
 
On Ep 13 of CMB, join me and Guada, the co-founder of digital health platform Ease (@ease.sg). We discuss how Ease has changed the sexual healthcare game in Singapore and the importance of cultivating a sex positive and LGBTQ+ friendly platform in Singapore. Guada also shares with us her future plans for the company, and how we can be involved in c…
 
A party, a prank, and a dear friend passed away: "The Friends" by Maggie Nerz Iribarne celebrates and mourns a friendship through awkward laughter and silent tears. Maggie Nerz Iribarne is a lifelong writer of journals, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, memoir, and essays. She is happiest with a blank journal and a new pen in hand. A lucky and …
 
Two friends shoot some pool on a Saturday night in Dublin. There's not much else to do. But what happens when one friend wants something different from the night out? The Bowl was published on Storgy and is reproduced with their permission. This podcast contains some adult language. About Miki Lentin Miki took up writing while travelling the world …
 
Four men, friends since childhood, walk into a wood, where they find a pile of bones. This strange discovery will change their lives forever. RD Mouton is an American Writer and Freelancer. He is currently pursuing a career in writing and completing his current projects, a short story collection and a young adult novel. He can be found on Twitter a…
 
In Ep 9 of CMB, I welcome THE SG BOYS (Josh, Sam Jo & Kennede)! We discuss their brand new podcast, activism in the LGBTQ+ space, our love lives LOL, horoscopes, friendship before dating AND all our current earworms. Basically - we talked about way too much in this ep and I hope you guys enjoy this one. Massive shoutout to The folks at SG Coffee & …
 
The narrator is a health care aide who cares for a disabled woman (Betty) as best as possible and tends to her many hamsters, including Brutus, with the ultimate compassion. It seems that Betty’s real confidant and friend is not the hamster she obsesses over in the story, but the young man who cleans out the hamster cages, cooks her meals, and buri…
 
On ep 8 of CMB, we discuss how CLUBS R GONNA OPEN SOON and the several restrictions in place for KTV joints & clubs to open next Jan as part of the Gov's pilot programme. We also discuss the wild YOUTUBE ads claiming to help you get rich quick and how it's a big NO THANK YOU from me. Finally my thoughts on the million Christmas posts & decorations …
 
In ep 7 of Chai Me, Bitch, I speak to Corinna Lim, Executive Director of AWARE and we discuss Gender Equality in Singapore, played a (not so) fun but eye opening game of True or False about several sexist laws from all around the world, discussed Sex Education in local schools & finally the exciting line-up AWARE has prepped for AWAREFest 2020 - ha…
 
Esteban, finder of lost things, awakes in his grave on November second to return home to his family for Dia De Los Muertos. But he overstays his allotted night and cannot find his way back. Time is running out, for if he stays out too long, he will be forgotten and fade away into nothingness. This story originally appeared in Cosmic Roots and Eldri…
 
In ep 6 of Chai Me, Bitch, I invited my brother, Subhas (@subhasmusic), to talk about our growing up days - from how we used to piss our mother off with dumb stuff we did at home, all the way to how we supported each other during tough times. Coming from different educational backgrounds, we also talk about how our work brought us closer together, …
 
In ep 5 of Chai Me, Bitch, I have 2 very special guests with me, and they're none other than Jake & Oliver, who (unfortunately) have been my friends since our polytechnic days. They're currently on the hunt for a full time job so it's only apt for me to invite them on this episode as we discuss the current surge in unemployment in the midst of a gl…
 
The Edge is part of a series of location-based pieces exploring the stories and power of landscape. They use GPS location to trigger various sections when you run the app in the link supplied and you are in the correct location. This piece runs from Birling Gap to Beachy head and explores some of the stories associated with the area. It works eithe…
 
In ep 4 of Chai Me, Bitch, I'm back again with the "iconic" @preetiplsintern! In this lighthearted episode, we discuss our non-existent love lives, the types of men we fall for, our experiences on dating apps (horror stories included), as well as the end goal in a relationship. We also gave you guys some of our advice, but tbh we probably need this…
 
In ep 3 of Chai Me, Bitch, I finally have another guest (that’s not @preetiplsintern), and she’s none other than @anygalien (on Twitter). She wrote the eye-opening article on Coconuts.co that broke down the OKLETSGO misogyny fiasco very succinctly, so its befitting that she’s my guest as we delve deeper into the topic of misogyny and casual sexism.…
 
A Chicken that Shares our Values looks at the bipolar experience, how a simple phrase or marketing slogan can plunge us into the super-charged, symbolic world. As meaning-machines how and when do we let go? Daniel’s stories have appeared in Esquire, Ambit, The London Magazine, Litro and The Lampeter Review. He is in the third years of a PhD in the …
 
In a more serious episode 2 of Chai Me, Bitch, I sit down with.... myself, and discuss what's being widely discussed online and across news sites at the moment - sexual harassment. I discuss some of my personal experiences of sexual harassment, the allegations against Dee Kosh, as well as what you can do if you have been sexually harassed or know o…
 
This 14th August, I sit down with @preetiplsintern (Wee San) to discuss the whole “brownface incident”, considering how it’s been a WHOLE YEAR since it went down. We also discuss what The Preetipls Internship entails, what we experienced during our own respective internships during our polytechnic days, and our time at 987FM (MediaCorp). SIGN UP TO…
 
In this short story, two city-dwellers move to a remote house in the countryside and are unsettled by their experiences in their new home. Written, produced and read by Tabitha Potts Tabitha Potts is a writer living in East London. She has had several short stories published in print and online and been short-listed and long-listed for various awar…
 
In 'BFFs' by Marianne Rogoff, a woman in mid-life contemplates whether or not she's ready for any new relationships while on a road trip. MARIANNE ROGOFF is the author of the Pushcart-nominated story collection Love Is Blind in One Eye, the memoir Silvie’s Life, and numerous travel stories, short fictions, essays, and book reviews. BFFs was a Final…
 
We have two shorter pieces exploring grief and loss as part of the Waterloo Festival. “Final Unveil” is written and read by Saskia Butler, a writer and performer who lives in Lewes, Sussex. “A Summoning Spell” is written by Lindsay Gillespie, a Lewes-based writer and read by Saskia Butler. Note: these stories deal with trauma events. There is some …
 
Tatum Anderson is a journalist and writer from London and The Invisibles tells of her time as an inpatient at St Thomas's Hospital. She has just received an MA In Creative Writing at Birkbeck, University of London and will begin a PhD there in the autumn. She has recently completed her first novel about Jamaican soldiers in the First World War and …
 
Persepolis by Miki Lentin tells the story of a meeting between a volunteer Tony and a refugee Ali at a refugee support centre in Waterloo. Under a backdrop of a production of 'End Game' that is playing in the Old Vic Theatre, the story looks at both characters, and asks what it is they are both trying to escape from. Written and produced as part of…
 
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