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Featured Stories:

Summer Spectre
An unusual ghost story with a surprising twist, by Nikki Layzell

A Rose by Any Other Name
A humorous science fiction story by Bob Simms

An Unusual Job
Aa dark journey into the mind of a hitman, by Richard Hallows

The Sentinel
A story of a rebellious teenager, by John Tusk

They Made Me a Moron
An amusing essay on parenting a teenager, by Mary Whitsell

The Adventures of El Gran Condomble
A self-possessed cat rules the night in this story by Lara Curtayne

A tale of survival on the plains of Africa, by Roger Woodcock



Vox Fabula is the brainchild (or perhaps awkward stepchild) of musician, composer, designer, and voice artist John Prusinski.

John has worked as a commercial voiceover artist for radio and television, as a narrator for interactive training applications for institutions like the National Science Foundation, and has provided character voices for children's educational products.

But it turns out that what really floats his boat in the area of voiceover is reading and producing audio fiction.

After spending some time experiencing the difficulty of finding work in the field, however, he began to realize that the only thing standing between him and simply doing it himself was a lack of material to read from.

So he solicited writers' groups, and perhaps not too surprisingly, found that there were writers who were willing to take a chance on having some stranger read and record their work.

And so a symbiotic relationship was born: the writers get a free professionally recorded audio version of their work and are included in a widely distributed podcast, and John gets to expand his credits as a reader of audio fiction.

John is available on a contract basis to publishers of audio fiction. Please click here to contact him.



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DR. MAYBE: Kokoro Ire

A soundtrack for an imaginary science fiction movie, set in a future where the descendants of Earth populate desert worlds, and massive starships, like overcrowded Eastern bazaars, teem with intrigue, magic, and strange beauty.

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