Our apologies for the improper MP3 link associated with FP366. We’ve relocated all of the responsible staff to a tiny box sitting in the backseat of an abandoned car in downtown Detroit.
Please Note: From this point on, FlashPulp.com will only be hosting Flash Pulp and FlashCast episode releases.
If you’ve come to enjoy Skinner Co. Ink, Sing a Song on Sunday, True Crime Tuesday, etc., please head on over to Skinner Co.’s official home on the web, http://skinner.fm – we plan on throwing quite a bit more of that sort of nonsense up over there.
After a bit of a delay, the new Flash Pulp promos are up at our promo page – feel free to use them liberally in your own podcasts, or let it loop throughout the night, to sooth yourself into unconsciousness.
Clean & Spooky[audio:http://traffic.libsyn.com/skinner/Flash_Pulp_Promo_-Clean_and_Spooky.mp3]
(Many thanks to Mr. Lynch for the voice-work!)
Intense Fish/FlashCast Promo[audio:http://traffic.libsyn.com/skinner/Flash_Pulp_Promo_-_Intense.mp3]
(Many thanks to Threedayfish for the voice-work!)
For those wondering why yesterday’s posting was sounding a little familiar, I apologize.
We’ll be launching our current Murder Plague arc early this evening, so refresh yourself on the last hullabaloo, then stay tuned!
We’ll be recording FlashCast 28 tomorrow, and we’d love to hear what you have to say about flash fiction, pulp stories, recent episodes or the hot new trend in fedoras. Leave us a voicemail at (206) 338-2792, or email us text or mp3s to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re feeling short of breath, feel free to leave a comment below, and we’ll happily deal with it on the show.
Unfortunately, my repeated attempts to do tonight’s script justice are little more than pale imitations of Opopanax’s Mulligan. 186 will be delayed. I may take another stab at it tomorrow, but it will be nothing more than a placeholder until she returns.
It’s that time again!
We’ll be recording FlashCast 26 tonight – if you’d like something discussed, debated, determined or derided, you can leave us a voicemail at (206) 338-2792, or email us text or mp3s to email@example.com.
If you feel like your item is too short to warrant those levels of investment, please feel free to mention it in a comment on this post.
We’ll be recording FlashCast 25 tomorrow, and we’re – as always – interested to hear what you have to say regarding Flash Pulp, pulp culture, or pulp in your orange juice.
Text or audio commentaries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can call in to the voicemail line at (206) 338-2792.
If neither of those work for you, feel free to leave a comment on this post, and we’ll read it on the show.
We’ll be releasing FlashCast 24 tonight. If you have any comments, questions, suggestions, insane stories, or personal outcries, that you’d like to hear on the show, please call our voicemail line at (206) 338-2792, or email us text or mp3s to email@example.com.
There’s quite a number of folks who listen, but are never heard – to those of you I say: come, step out from the shadows, we’re all just Flashers here. If you don’t like how your message is going, just hang up and call again. We’ll only play the best of the bunch, and we’re happy to discard the rest.
In other news: this evening’s show will also contain the (relatively) big announcement that I was mentioning on Saturday.