Tracy S. Morris

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Lunch on Fridays

I’ve just posted the next episode of Lunch on Fridays, in which Rosemary and I discuss Comics, or rather, we talk about why I prefer Marvel, while she likes DC. (And I complain about One More Day, while she talks about the DCNU). Somewhere in there is a segue about why she thinks of Jeff […]

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We’re Off To See The Wizard (Again) On the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow.

If you like movies, you probably already know that the wizard is back! Oz the Great and Powerful is in movie theaters right now.  This movie tells the story of Oscar (with a long name), nicknamed Oz, a carnival magician who lands in the powerful land of Oz and is automatically assumed to be a powerful wizard […]

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The YDP Audio Roadshow: In which Tracy Can Read

I’ve been producing the Roadshow for nearly two years now. But I’ve never read one of my own stories for the podcast (that I recall).  That all changes today. This episode, I read from Yumbies of the Carribbean, which can be found in International House of Bubbas. Also, News from the Yard: Tim Frayser’s new […]

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The YDP Audio Roadshow: It’s Like Thanksgiving in February!

It’s February! It’s the month of Romance! Everywhere except here. Join us for the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow where our themes this month sound more like it should be Thanksgiving. We’ve got a big fat bird for dinner as Katherine Eliska Kimbriel reads her short story Ducks from the chapbook Wings of Morning. Then […]

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Shall I Compare Thee to a Tasty Braaaaaaiiiiinnnnn? It’s the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow!

It’s October! It’s October! It’s Halloween!  If you’re taking your favorite ghosts and goblins out trick or treating, or you plan to sit in a pumpkin patch all night and wait for the great pumpkin, why not take along this podcast? This month, we bring you two stories in the spirit of Halloween — or […]

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We Interrupt Your FenCon Fun to Bring You: The Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow

If you are at Fencon this weekend (as in ZOMIG Right Now!) It’s glaringly obvious that I’m not there (SOB!).  But that just gives me a bit of time to put out Episode 16 of the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow. This episode of the podcast is a Back to School Episode in honor of […]

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Call the Bearded Lady! It’s the County Fair Edition of the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow!

Late August is the start of County Fair Season. In honor of this, we’ve gone out to our local county fair to bring you the latest edition of the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow. First up, Sherri Dean reads from her fair inspired story – The Monkey Queen of Oz. Then we have part 6 […]

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Held Together with Duct Tape, Bailing Wire and Mommy Spit — It’s the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow Vol. 2 Ep. 14

I dropped the ball on the July edition of the roadshow podcast.  Essentially, I ran out of pre-recorded podcast episodes before I was ready to take up the reins and resume podcasting. To make it up to fans of the show (both of you), I have a very short, sort of battered edition of the […]

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Frogs, Crows and Women in Chocolate Sauce. It Must be the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow Vol. 2 Ep. 13

This is the last of the four podcasts recorded in February while I took some time off. In this episode, we have the fourth installment of The African Frog, by Selina Rosen. Then Brad Sinor reads to us from a story about a very familiar archetype come back from the dead for revenge in his […]

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Redneck Wizards, Frogs and Menopause Barbie! It must be the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow Vol. 2, Ep. 12

In this episode, I’m a bit confused by the numbering system for the Roadshow Podcast. We’ve been doing this for 12 months. Does that make this Vol. 2, Ep. 12?  That’s what we’re going with. Today we’ve got the third installment of Selina Rosen’s short serial The African Frog, followed by Julia Mandala’s short story […]

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