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Cedar Rapids, IA, United States, 2006/08/16 - Bound Off, a monthly literary audio magazine, has recently released a seventh podcast of original fictional short stories, read aloud
While Bound Off publishes submissions from writers worldwide, including such names in the past as Steven Gullion, Vicki L. Wilson, Tao Lin, Elizabeth Ellen and others, during August it's "vacation" time for the magazine's staff. Because of this, everybody involved with the making of Bound Off gets a chance to spotlight their own work.
Stories include "Fourth of July, Austin, Texas", written and read by Ann Rushton; "The Origin Of The Drug Pyramid", written by Kelly Shriver and read by Dave Robinson; and "Lords Of The Fair", written by Dave Robinson and read by Mark Rushton. Music provider and audio engineer Mark Rushton adds an original piece of music he composed, titled "Anoka-Hennepin".
The entire podcast lasts just under 33 minutes. The MP3 of the podcast is about 22mb in size.
In September, the eighth edition of Bound Off will feature new stories by Mark Budman, Joyce Finn, Jeffrey Pierce, and Tomi Shaw.
Bound Off can be found at all major podcast search engines, including iTunes®, Yahoo!® Podcasts, and Odeo.
Visit Bound Off at boundoff.com for more information on the podcasts and how writers can submit their stories.
Mark Rushton's musical track is available as a higher quality download at iTunes, and is available on his latest album release, Hum And Drift, which can be found in CD format at internet-based retailers like BuyIowaArt.com, cafepress.com, and cdbaby.com, and digital download format at over 40 different music retailers on the web. Rushton's own musical podcasts can be downloaded at podcast.markrushton.com and have received nearly 100,000 downloads worldwide in the past year and a half.