Tracy S. Morris

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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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Frogs and Flying Footwear: The Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow Vol. 1 Ep. 11

Today’s podcast features two readings from the Anthology I Should Have Stayed in Oz, including Vicky Malone Kennedy’s story Silver Slippers and first time author Traci Lewis. We also have the second part of Selina Rosen’s serialized short story, The African Frog.  You can order the anthology I Should have Stayed in Oz from Yard […]

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Better Late Than Never: The YDP Audio Roadshow Vol. 1 Ep. 10

One move down and one baby left to go.  So I think I can be forgiven for being a little late posting this podcast. This episode of the podcast contains the first part of a multi-part story entitled The African Frog by Selina Rosen, as well as readings from Margaret H. Bonham and Susan Satterfield. […]

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YDP Audio Roadshow Vol 1 Episode 9: Redheads In love!

Yard Dog Press has a couple of new titles out this month, including Zombies at the Alamo by Jean Stuntz, and Bad City, by Selina Rosen and Laura J. Underwood. February is the month for Love, and the newest title, The Four Redheads of the Apocolypse: Redheads in Love fits the spirit of the month […]

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YDP Audio Roadshow Vol 1: Ep. 8 Yard Dog Press, The Musical! Oh Yes, It Exists.

January has been a little hectic, so this podcast is about a half-month late. Nevertheless, I wanted to bring you something cool (If Selina does not kill me for doing this).  So I present to you an all-musical edition of the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow.  

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The Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow Vol. 1 Ep. 6: Christmas As Only YDP Can Do It

It’s Christmastime and Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, and possibly even Saturnalia. Do you know what that means?  It means that we trot out the festivus carols and the jingle bells for another episode of the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow. First Up, Sue Sinor reads a story about a nice young man who goes about “acquiring” Christmas […]

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The Podpocalypse is well Nigh!

I’m currently in the middle of editing the December Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow, but in the meantime,  I’ve been asked to be a guest on the Don’t Quit Your Day Job Podcast for their “writercast.” This is to fill in for absentee member Pat Gaik. The podcast is put out by fellow Yard Dog […]

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November Broadly Speaking Podcast: Mentors and Teachers in the Heroine’s Journey

From time-to-time, I guest-host the Broaduniverse podcasts. This month, I was the guest host for Broadly Speaking.  The topic for the month was Mentors and Teachers in the Heroine’s Journey. Come along with Tracy S. Morris and Broaduniverse this month in examining the roles of teachers in fiction. In traditional fiction, the hero is removed […]

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