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Pocket Fiction Podcast

Pocket Fiction Podcast

By Pocket Fiction
~ Short stories to enjoy on your coffee break! ~

Bringing you quality short stories from a diverse bunch of new and upcoming authors from around the world. They are so pocket-sized, you can listen to a whole story from start to finish in the same amount of time it takes to drink your morning cup of coffee!

Sound good?

You’ll find an eclectic mix of genres here so you’ll be sure to find something for you to get lost in.

Just take your pick by the amount of time you have to listen or a title/genre that suits your current mood.

Happy listening!

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'All' by Dru Richman (Musical Fiction)

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'What the Wind Brought' by Sara Quayle (Literary Fiction)
Sara is a native Vermonter. She enjoys the outdoors, theater, reading and watercolor painting. Her poetry has been published in The Healing Muse, Evening Street Review, Mockingheart Review, Origami Poems Project, Write on the Dot and she has twice won second prize in Embassy International’s Dancing Poetry Festival. This episode is also available as a blog post:
July 22, 2022
The Water
Peter J. Stavros is a writer in Louisville, Kentucky, and the author of the short story collection, Three in the Morning and You Don’t Smoke Anymore (Etchings Press). More can be found at This episode is also available as a blog post:
July 15, 2022
'Lace and Nylon' by Christina Hoag (Literary Fiction)
Christina Hoag is the author of novels Law of the Jungle (Better than Starbucks Press), Girl on the Brink and Skin of Tattoos (both from Onward Press). Her short stories and essays have appeared in literary reviews including Lunch Ticket, Toasted Cheese and Shooter, and have won several awards. For more information: This episode is also available as a blog post:
April 01, 2022
'The Only Language She Didn't Understand' by Robert Kibble (Literary Fiction)
'I can still see her eyes.  So black.  So deep. The bouncer looks at me, seeing my short hair, my pale skin, my tailored suit, and he lets me in.  I look the part.  I don’t feel the part, though.  I have to stop shaking.  I feel the phone in my left trouser pocket.  I feel the phone in my outside jacket pocket.  It’s all set.  Keep it together.'  ... Listen to find out what happens in this breathtaking short story by Robert Kibble. Check out the authors website here:
January 30, 2022
'And in the end…' by Whitney Reinhart (Literary Fiction)
This episode is also available as a blog post: Russell R. Russell spent his life preparing to survive the apocalypse... listen on to find out what happened in the end... Check out the author's website: 
August 13, 2021
'All' by Dru Richman (Musical Fiction)
This episode is also available as a blog post: 'There are moments in one’s life that, years later, when you look back in retrospect, and say, “That was the best” or “That was the worst” or “That changed my life forever.” This story is about one of those incredible times...' Check out more from the author on his website:
August 07, 2021
'My Bride' by Stevie Metcalfe (Historical Fiction/Romance)
This episode is also available as a blog post: {October 11, 1641} 'Mary floated gracefully out of the mid-morning fog into the twinkling light of the frosted fallen leaves of the churchyard, the most beautiful bride ever to grace the steps of the Church of St Michael the Archangel...' 
July 31, 2021