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Episode 133: A Well-Lit Dungeon by Mark Mills

Narrated by Adam Black

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Show Notes

This week we present A Well-Lit Dungeon by Mark Mills. A Cincinnati resident, Mark teaches composition and literature at Northern Kentucky University. He has published work at and in Necrotic Tissue, Brain Harvest, Short Story America, Pill Hill Press, RuneWright, Aurora Wolf Press, and Bards and Sages Quarterly.

He’s also worked on and appeared in several local movies, including Evil Ambitions, Live Nude Shakespeare, Chickboxin’ Underground, Zombie Cult Massacre, No Second Chances, and April’s Fool. He currently is occupied with a large number of children, animals, and unpublished stories. His blog is here.

For your narrator this week we welcome back my good friend Adam Black. Adam has narrated two pieces for us before, the poem Empires of the Red Dawn in Episode 93, our second Little Wonders collection. As well as Episode 88, Dragon Art. Adam is also the voice of the golem Loam in our Parsec-award nominated serialized novella Camp Myth: Phoenix Watching by Chris Lewis Carter.

Adam is a recovering neuroscience student, although he’s working hard to relapse. He enjoys reading, bicycling, and shouting into microphones, the last of which he sometimes records. He still doesn’t have a public web presence, which makes me sad.

Starburst Magazine’s Bookworm Podcast.

Can We Watch It Again podcast.

Emma Thompson’s Donor’s Choose project.

Theme music is “Appeal To Heavens” by Alexye Nov, available at

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