As promised, here’s part 2 of our collection of death-themed poetry. We have some classics mixed in with some sad war poetry this time around. Enjoy the readings of “I Have a Rendezvous with Death” by Alan Seger, “Ozymandias” by Percy Shelley, “Dulce Et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen, “Luke Havergal” by Edwin Arlington Robinson, and “Alone” by Edgar Allan Poe.
This is Part 1 of 2 in our collection of poetry dedicated to the topic of death. Unfortunately, we all face death throughout our lives, and many poets have written about the experience. Enjoy “Despair” by H.P. Lovecraft, “I heard a Fly buzz – when I died” by Emily Dickinson, “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe, and “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night” by Dylan Thomas.
We wanted to take a few moments to talk about upcoming content, our amazing download numbers, an upcoming contest, ways to audition to be part of the show, reminder about our Patreon, and more than anything else…to thank you, the fans!
Join creator/writer Andrew Lister and three of our amazing voice actors–Emily Morgan (Yvette Hartman), Curtis Jackson (Elijah Watson), and Bryan Nash (Belatrix)–as they discuss questions from you, the fans! We all had a great time talking about Progenix Labs, our favorite horror genres, tips for voice acting, and so much more!
The final chapter of Progenix Labs will drop in December, so keep an ear out!
Don’t forget about the fiction contest! Entries are due by November 30th, and all entries will be produced and read on the show!
With only a day to go until the 25th Anniversary of The Founding, Jeremiah is working frantically to create an elixir of life. He is interrupted by Elijah, who seems far too nice given everything that has happened as of late. He draws Jeremiah away from his work and reveals something Jeremiah never would have thought possible.
Send us your short fiction stories! Max 1,000 words of terror or science fiction! Send all stories to email@example.com.
You’re all so amazing! We promised you all a bonus episode if we reached 1,000 downloads for the month of September. With a day left, we surpassed 1,500! Wow! Enjoy this short behind the scenes look at some of our audition files, raw audio, and bloopers. And don’t forget about the final episode of Progenix Labs, airing in October!
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Episode 11 of Progenix Labs, entitled “Beginnings and Endings,” will be out around the 9th or 10th or this month. We appreciate your patience! In the meantime, how about one of the most famous tales in all of Gothic literature?
We’ve given Poe quite a bit of love lately, but there’s a reason he’s one of the best known writers in the genre of horror. Tonight our very own Emily Morgan, voice of Ms. Yvette Hartman in Progenix Labs, offers a chilling rendition of the classic poem that made Poe famous but only earned him only $9 for its publishing.
Being a doctor isn’t easy work. The long hours and stressful life or death situations are enough to keep many people away from the profession. However, all other cases pale in comparison to that of a sudden paralysis caused by an unknown source. It’s up to young Dr. Ross to discover the horrific source of the unearthly things that follow.
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