Zinester Podcasts

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The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only online, with a current (June 2006) average download count of 400 unique IPs per month. In April of 2006, the Zinester Podcasts were featured on the show "The Great Sound Caper" on CHMR 93.5 FM in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._John's%2C_Newfoundland_and_Labrador St. Johns, NL Canada].  
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The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only online, with an average download count of 400 unique IPs per month after only 6 months of the first episode. In April of 2006, the Zinester Podcasts were broadcasted live on the air by the show "The Great Sound Caper" on CHMR 93.5 FM in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._John's%2C_Newfoundland_and_Labrador St. Johns, NL Canada].
== Episode Archive ==
== Episode Archive ==

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The Zinester Podcasts

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Genre Podcast
Running time 3-15 minutes

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Country of origin United States
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The Zinester Podcasts are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by Fall of Autumn, and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player.

Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the Zinester Podcast series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his zine. Common to the show format is a soundtrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the '40s and '50s.

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Listenership

The Fall of Autumn Zinester Podcasts were initially available only online, with an average download count of 400 unique IPs per month after only 6 months of the first episode. In April of 2006, the Zinester Podcasts were broadcasted live on the air by the show "The Great Sound Caper" on CHMR 93.5 FM in St. Johns, NL Canada.

Episode Archive

2006

  • "Fire" by Emerson Dameron (Chicago Underground Library, Wherewithal) (June 2006) (f/ Kyle Bravo)
  • "Goosestepping to Safety" by Aaron Cynic (Diatribe) (June 2006)
  • "Cat Faeries" by Kate Sandler (Brainiac) (June 2006)
  • "Galatea's Pants" by Lauren Eggert-Crowe (Galatea's Pants) (June 2006) (f/ Wax & Wane)
  • "Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric" by Sarah R. (Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric) (May 2006)
  • "Word Math" by Katie (La La Theory) (May 2006)
  • "Cartography For Beginners" by April (Cartography for Beginners) (April 2006)
  • "Broken Records" by Jessica Haidon (Broken Records) (April 2006)
  • "Brainscan #21" by Alex Wrekk (Brainscan) (April 2006) (f/ Late Night Sleep TV)
  • "Ms. Films DIY Guide to Film & Video" by Niku Arbabi (director of Ms. Films) (March 2006)
  • "I Want a Mom that will Last Forever" by April Paul (March 2006)
  • "He Who Cannot, Teaches" by Andrew Laties (Rebel Bookseller) (March 2006)
  • "Relationshit" by Jennifer Darling (Gretchen) (February 2006) (f/ Joy Division)
  • "Cymbalta 60 mg Once A Day" by Samantha Castillo (What's Her Deal?) (February 2006)
  • "She Handed Me Her Diary" by Alan Lastufka (Pressed Between The Pages) (January 2006)
  • "Four Star Daydream" by Fawne DeRosia (Four Star Daydream) (January 2006)
  • "The Stain" by Chella Quint (Adventures in Menstruating) (January 2006)
  • "Me And The Big Fella" by Emerson Dameron (Chicago Underground Library, Wherewithal) (January 2006)

2005

  • "Technicolor Polkadot" by Hannah D. Forman (Technicolor Polkadot) (December 2005)
  • "I Must Have Been There, But Left Before You Arrived" by Nicole Introvert (Introvert) (December 2005) (f/ The Influents)
  • "Tattooed Memoirs" by Sage Adderley (Tattooed Memoirs) (December 2005)
  • "Interview with Joe Biel" by Alan Lastufka & Joe Biel (Microcosm Publishing) (December 2005) (f/ Lifter Puller)

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