I’m saddened by the news that the fantasy fiction podcast Far-Fetched Fables is going on an indefinite hiatus. The podcast presented a long list of top-notch tales penned by an impressive bevy of new and award-winning writers. Nicola Seaton-Clark hosted in soothing tones that drew the listener into the journey ahead.
When editor Gary Dowell first approached me to narrate, I was thrilled to work with the fantasy genre. I soon discovered that Gary has a knack for selecting excellent stories and a keen sense for casting narrations. I had the pleasure of narrating numerous tales for the podcast, which I can count among my favorites.
Moreover, Gary was wonderful to work with. His enthusiasm and support has been unwavering and I thank him for it. I wish the entire team all the best.
Listen to stories narrated by Nikolle for Far-Fetched Fables.
In Episode 292 of Tales to Terrify, I narrate “Redux” by Alexandra Renwick. This tale appeared in the Year’s Best Hardcore Horror (2017).
Tales to Terrify is a weekly horror fiction podcast hosted by Stephen Kilpatrick and is part of the District of Wonders.
Listen to more stories narrated by Nikolle for Tales to Terrify.
In Episode 169 of Far-Fetched Fables, I narrate “Where There’s Magic” by Michelle Ann King. Two sisters journey down a long path paved with the bitterness of dark magic.
Far-Fetched Fables is a fantasy fiction podcast hosted by Nicola Seaton-Clark and is part of the District of Wonders.
Listen to more stories narrated by Nikolle for Far-Fetched Fables.
In Episode 05 (S9) of The NoSleep Podcast, I experience a strange delay on the Red Line near Boston as I narrate “I’ve Been On This Train Forever” by Rima Chaddha Mycynek.
The NoSleep Podcast is a horror fiction podcast produced and hosted by David Cummings and includes productions by Phil Michalski and Jeff Clement and music by Brandon Boone.
Listen to more performances by Nikolle for The NoSleep Podcast.