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Howl is a collection of strange short stories for a strange short existence by author Eric Czuleger.

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Seriously Must Listen

Some of the best speculative fiction I have ever heard. Loved Czuleger’s books so I was excited to hear his short fiction. I was bowled over by the depth and breadth of these first three stories. It was great to put an audio voice to his literary voice. I have recommended this to everyone who is a fan of incredible imagination combined with excellent craft.

Extraordinarily inventive storytelling!

Eric Czuleger is a remarkably talented and creative story teller. Howl is a combination of originality, absurdity and brilliant humor woven into a fabric of social commentary. I was laughing out loud while marveling at his imaginative style.
My first exposure to Eric was through his novel, Immortal L.A., a series of connected stories that ingeniously depicts Los Angeles as the Battlefield of Angels and the gateway to hell. It left me hungry for more and thankfully, these podcasts are the perfect prescription to tide me over until his next book comes out.
Do yourself a favor and subscribe to Howl, then download Immortal L.A. You won’t be sorry.

Bite Sized Fun!

The tone of the show is reminiscent of Welcome to Night Vale, but without the long form narrative. I'm hoping that the universe will eventually be connected like Black Mirror. I'm really enjoying these stories though. I highly recommend it to anyone!

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