Brick Moon Fiction - BMF Podcast

Brick Moon Fiction brings you the best new voices in science fiction.

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Uncle Raymond Has A Pet Gerbil by Jack Moody

The second podcast of 2019 is here!  From our “Teenagers and Test Tubes” prompt, this story comes from Jack Moody.  Listeners/readers familiar with Jack’s stories know […]


 2019-01-17  31m

Homecoming by Lauren A. Forry

Happy New Year Brick Moon folks!  Are you ready to dive back into the best speculative fiction podcast in existence?  Well step right this way.  We […]


 2019-01-08  33m

My Mom, My Dad, and My Brothers by Sam French

Family, holidays, and tension – has there ever been a more consistent trio?  For the holidays this year we got our beloved readers (and listeners) a […]


 2018-12-11  14m

Tidings of Light and Spirit by Bryan Aiello

We here at Brick Moon are not immune from the holiday spirit.  At the very least, why NOT set aside a day when everyone tries to […]


 2018-12-04  50m

A Deserving Conference by Robert Kingett

Our final podcast from the anthology IT CAME FROM THE COMMENT SECTION!  couldn’t be more appropriate or seasonal.  Typically our writer’s run dark –  maybe that’s […]


 2018-11-20  32m

The Golden Pyramid of Arroyo del Toro by Rudolfo Serna

From the anthology “It Came From The Comment Section!” we bring you the latest from writer Rudolfo Serna.  In this story we meet Cheryl – recently […]


 2018-11-14  24m

Quittersdotcom by Josh Trapani

Today is November 6, 2018.  Election Day.  For the past two and a half years we’ve seen the rise of divisive rhetoric that has very recently […]


 2018-11-06  27m

A Wedding Night at Motel 1941 by Suyi Okungbowa

Are you ready for one last Halloween scare, Brick Moon fans?  Today we conclude our month-long scarefest with the bloodiest installment in our SLASHER series.  Suyi […]


 2018-10-30  35m

The V’s by Sam French

The wave of slasher films from the late 70s to the mid-80s was nothing less than a tsunami.  Even more stunning was the sheer amount of […]


 2018-10-26  16m

Instance 68 by Stephanie Jessop

Another boring day in the office.  The job pays, but there’s nothing to do – like, literally nothing.  It makes no sense to hire a new […]


 2018-10-19  59m