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SubverCity Transmit

By A.M. Onymous

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An interdimensional fictional transmission. SubverCity Transmit is a LGBT themed fantasy, horror and science fiction transmission featuring tales of the queer, freaky, outcast and otherwise lost. A.M. Onymous, the "only slightly mad" descendent of the Hatter, is the chic host and narrator of the broadcasts that originate from the brightly lit depths of an underground transportation hub. SubverCity Transmit is Recorded, Edited and Produced by Erin B. Lillis. Story submissions and online media are managed by Corin Reyburn. This broadcast is a Krockett and Greyvn Production. On Twitter you can find A.M. at iAmSubverCity. To submit a story or support the podcast, please visit the SubverCity Transmit website.

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Fills a niche I didn’t know was unfilled

I have been listening to a series of genre podcasts over the last couple of years and getting into the short fantasy and sci fi story world but the stories that truly appealed to me, though they existed, were few and far between. SubverCity is kind of like a cross between Welcome to Night Vale and Clarkesworld/Sword & Laser with its own unique spin. It’s already really promising and I look forward to more broadcasts.

I needed this

I love this!!! Queer themed stories about horror, fantasy, and sci-fi? I am there! These stories are incredibly well written and the voice acting is so good. The only thing I'm sad about is that there was only one episode this year. I need more


I've only just discorevered this podcast after a lot of searching and I think it's very welcome that it focus on LGBTQ+ characters while also being diverse genre wise. I'm just bummed there are so few episodes. Please, keep it up!

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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