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SYNAPSE: A Memory-Bending Indie Sci-Fi Film

Synapse by Kenlon Clark - review on The Fantasy Network News

When filmmaker Kenlon Clark isn’t busy directing episodes of the Netflix Original Series The Guardians of Justice (Will Save You), he’s making time for personal projects like his recently released neo-noir sci-fi crime caper, SYNAPSE. Set 10-20 years in the future, SYNAPSE follows the path of a man with tech-induced memory gaps, trying to figure out who he is and ...

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Audio Drama “Tempus Investigations”—Now on TFN

Tempus Investigations - sci-fi noir audio drama now on The Fantasy Network

Jim Corrigan was killed back in 1933. Today, he’s a private investigator on supernatural cases. Immortality is a bitch… but it does help. Now Jim and his friends match wits with the supernatural side of San Francisco, making both new friends – and more than a few enemies. Tempus Investigations mixes the world of TV and books, making a unique ...

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New Audio Drama “Rogue Tyger”—Now on TFN

Rogue Tyger audio drama on The Fantasy Network

Five thousand years into the future — in a corner of the galaxy where Earth is no longer known — humans and a dozen other sentient races have forged a civilization. Spacers brave the oceans of void between hundreds of worlds for power, glory, and simply to survive. This is the tale of one band of spacers and their ship: the ...

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Get the New Gaming Canon Guide for Fartherall Fans

Michael Mars Gaming, the creator known as “the Pathfinder 1e guy over at Frog God Games and Necromancer Games,” is using the Open License for Zombie Orpheus Entertainment’s hit series Fartherall to create a canon guide for playing in Zombie Orpheus Entertainment’s world of Fartherall using 5e or PF1. They’re bringing the world of Fartherall to life at game tables around the ...

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AFK: A Hole in the World – Join the Backers for a New Miniseries

Seemingly alone aside from Vanya’s brutish and mysterious enforcer ‘The Behemoth’, Sheena must struggle not only with her own grief and trauma, but also with a cunning plot against her to take over the growing empire she and Vanya built together. That’s the premise behind the new miniseries in the making, AFK: A Hole in the World. And right now, ...

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The Sci-Fi/Horror/Gaming Audio Dramas of Fool & Scholar

In the world of audio fiction, success tends to be a team effort. That’s clear in the work Travis Vengroff and Kaitlin Statz, the husband-wife duo behind Fool & Scholar Productions—an award-winning podcast network that produces horror, RPG, and sci-fi podcast fiction. Their efforts in podcasting began simply enough, as a creative hobby they could do together. Soon, with Statz ...

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Blending SFF, Audio and Improv: Rusty Quill Podcast Network

Looking for audio dramas that bring together horror, fantasy, science fiction, comedy, improvisational performances and gaming? Is there such a thing? Yes, there is—and it’s known as the Rusty Quill Network, a multi-award-winning podcast network with popular shows such as Rusty Quill Gaming (tabletop gaming fiction), Stellar Firma (an improv sci-fi tale in the mode of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), ...

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Lizardfolk: An interview with the creators of TFN’s Roll With It

What did you do during the pandemic of 2020? If you were part of the creative team known as Lizardfolk, you planned and shot a comedic look at D&D gaming. The resulting film, Roll With It, is a lot of fun—and it’s available for streaming on The Fantasy Network. The Lizardfolk team talked with The Fantasy News to share about the ...

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The Dragon Stone Conspiracy: Author Amanda Cherry Talks about the Strowlers Novel

Available on The Fantasy Network for streaming, the web series Strowlers by Zombie Orpheus Entertainment creates a world in which magic is real and everyone wants to control it. Everyday heroes struggle to survive their encounters with creatures from beyond the veil, unlicensed magicians, and the shadowy government agencies tasked with controlling it. Now, that world is expanded in a novel ...

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Sheer SFF Poetry: The Sci-Fi Haiku of Marcus Vance

Across the Vacuum a sci-fi haiku collection by Marcus Vance - interview on The Fantasy Network News

If high school was the last time you thought about poetry, you’re missing out on getting your sci-fi fix in short, potent shots — and you should think again about that. The taut, streamlined sci-fi haiku of author Marcus Vance, along with this SFF flash fiction and other short works, are worth checking out. His new haiku collection, Across the ...

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