User’s Manual

Downloading audio and eBooks

These MP3 downloads are released under a Creative Commons license. They’re free. Copy the files as much as you want, pass ’em around. All I ask is that you don’t alter the file or sell it. To download—right click “download” and select “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” depending on your browser. To preview a story just click “stream.” The audio versions of the tales from will be appearing here as studio time allows. Hint: you can stay ahead of the curve by clicking the symbol to initiate a podcast.

Plan B: Copy one of the URLs below into your preferred podcasting software (e.g. Feedreader, iTunes, iPodder). You will automatically receive fresh podcasts each time they’re published.

A podcast downloads audio files to your MP3 player through your computer. You use a free application to “subscribe” to’s feed, the application checks the site regularly and starts a download whenever it finds something new. If you like what you hear, tell your friends. I’m glad to have you as a listener. Enjoy!

While navigating these tales you may notice some (all of them thus far, depending on your feedreader and RSS source) tagged as explicit. No outside agency is responsible for this. I did it myself. The free-living citizens of these yarns exercise robust self-expression and have been known spout expletives drop of a, well... at the drop-of-a... Tsk, tsk.

eReaders for eBooks from

handle the display and accessibility issues with reasonable success. Some have glitches, some have different glitches. They’re usually free, so who’s to complain? Adobe Digital Editions will do ePub quite nicely, and there’s a Firefox widget that turns your browser into a book. The PDFs and .mobi (Mobipocket, likewise free) boast many free applications and even Amazon offers a free desktop Kindle reader. Kindle—both on your desktop and on the Amazon device—wants to see your download as a .prc, the Kindle-friendly, non-DRM alternative. Be prepared to drag and drop.

The iBooks app for iPad (a free download for ePub eBooks)

Because the iBooks app uses ePub, you can also use it to read ePub books you get from other sources with your computer. Just drag the ePub files into your iTunes Library (or select Add to Library from the iTunes File menu), then sync your iPad with your computer (iTunes 9.1 required). The books will appear on your shelf in iBooks right alongside the ones you get through iBookstore.

Many of the stories of are available as eBook downloads:

Regularly updated listings are available at most podcast directories. Here are a few:

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