As Pride Month draws to a close, we also want it to go out with a bang—of rainbow glitter confetti.
Push notifications. Not a term that typically strikes enthusiasm or inspiration in the heart of the average mobile user. But we here at Serial Box are all about expanding the horizons of what’s possible in the world of storytelling, no matter the medium or screen size.
Just For Fun
When the world’s got you down, there are a few things you can do. You can fight back, for sure, but whether you’re trying to keep up your strength or simply survive, it’s also important that you take care of yourself. And of course, when we’re looking for a break from the world, we turn to stories.
Through a haze of cigarettes and vodka there lies a version of Prague in the heart of the Cold War, where spies practice sorcery in their games of intrigue.
Who were the farmers and accountants, high-school dropouts and part-time soldiers, successful merchants and failed corset makers, who fought against the British empire for American Independence?
New episodes! Bookburners Season 4 Episode 2: The Blood-Dimmed Tide, A Most Dangerous Woman Episode 5: A Canker of Suspicion, Born to the Blade Episode 10: Shattered Blades
This week, in the second episode of Bookburners Season 4, a surprise inheritance keeps the Bookburners guessing, everyone is a suspect in Episode 5 of A Most Dangerous Woman, and war spreads across the entire sky in Episode 10 of Born to the Blade.
Bookburners Season 4 premiere! Plus 1776 June, A Most Dangerous Woman Episode 4: A Fresh Peril, Born to the Blade Episode 9: Assassination out this week
This week, Bookburners Season 4 premieres, we learn what happens in June 1776 in the newest episode of 1776: The World Turned Upside Down, an unexpected tragedy is a boon to Marian and Theo in Episode 4 of A Most Dangerous Woman, and there's a declaration and a revelation on Twaa-Fei in Episode 9 of Born to the Blade.
This week we’re thinking about fandoms, about when fans turn into a force. Fandom can be an awesome kind of community, as well as a kind of collective power. But with great power comes, well, you know the rest.
This week, we’re thinking about medium and storytelling, about the pros and cons of prose, images, audio, and more. When Malcolm Gladwell went on “CBS This Morning” recently, he said that when he was asked to teach a class on his writing process, he had to sit down and think, Well, how do I approach the task of writing? It’s a little bit like your surgeon stopping to say, Huh, how do I take out an appendix? But less scary, at least! Maybe Gladwell’s more of a storyteller than a writer, and books are just one way he’s found to reach his audience. He’s teaching that writing class, and now also making a hit podcast, “Revisionist History.” He said, “I think if you’re a writer, you have to start exploring other ways of reaching your audience… If I only write books, I feel I’ll lose contact with a large portion of the population.” Gladwell said he likes podcasting not just...Read More >
Out this week! A Most Dangerous Woman Episode 2: The Winter of Our Discontent and Born to the Blade Episode 7: Dreadnought
Marian’s situation grows more dire in Episode 2 of A Most Dangerous Woman, and Twaa-Fei descends into suspicion and fear in Episode 7 of Born to the Blade.
Out this week! A Most Dangerous Woman Episode 1: A New Journal and Born to the Blade Episode 6: Spiraling, and The Woman in White
This week, an adventure begins in Episode 1 of A Most Dangerous Woman, defeat is snatched from the jaws of victory in Episode 6 of Born to the Blade, and all of Wilkie Collins' The Woman in White is available to read for free.
New episodes out this week! Born to the Blade Episode 5: Trade Deal, Royally Yours Episode 5: The Butler and the Bodyguard and Episode 6: The Big Day
The warders tally the cost of victory in Born to the Blade, and Royally Yours concludes with a wedding fit for a princess.
The final episode – will justice prevail now that the truth is revealed?
Super Nebula Author Showcase 2018 Presented by SWFA!
Clint McElroy is a man of many talents, many careers, and, especially lately, many voices. Serial Box listeners know him as the voice of Ben Franklin in 1776.