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  • Voting has started for the Podcastle Flash Fiction contest. Anyone who has made at least one post should be able to see the stories down in the Arcade.

    New groups are posted every two days through the end of April.

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Voting has started for the Podcastle Flash Fiction contest. Anyone who has made at least one post should be able to see the stories down in the Arcade.

New groups are posted every two days through the end of April.

Author Topic: Podcastle wins Best Fiction Podcast of 2017  (Read 2554 times)

Ocicat

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on: August 27, 2017, 09:15:47 PM
We were nominated in the Academy of Podcasters awards, against lots of stiff competition including Welcome to Night Vale - and Podcastle won!



https://www.patreon.com/posts/podcastle-won-14024294



Wilson Fowlie

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Reply #1 on: August 28, 2017, 06:57:33 PM
Oddly, the AoP website itself hasn't been updated with the winners in the 5 days since the ceremony. Nor can I find a release from them (or anyone else) listing the winners.

"People commonly use the word 'procrastination' to describe what they do on the Internet. It seems to me too mild to describe what's happening as merely not-doing-work. We don't call it procrastination when someone gets drunk instead of working." - Paul Graham


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Reply #2 on: August 28, 2017, 09:27:56 PM
Oddly, the AoP website itself hasn't been updated with the winners in the 5 days since the ceremony. Nor can I find a release from them (or anyone else) listing the winners.

The site is updated now :)



Wilson Fowlie

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Reply #3 on: August 28, 2017, 09:47:17 PM
Awesome - thanks!

"People commonly use the word 'procrastination' to describe what they do on the Internet. It seems to me too mild to describe what's happening as merely not-doing-work. We don't call it procrastination when someone gets drunk instead of working." - Paul Graham