Record a story (or suggest one) for our Halloween project, Spooky Soliloquies!

We've missed you! We hope you and your loved ones are having a happy and healthy fall season so far! As the skies turn dark and cool, the wind picks up, and pumpkin spice begins to rule the land we all know what is approaching... Halloween 2020 is nearly here and The Post-Meridian Radio Players will be celebrating once again!

Join us Halloween weekend (10/31 & 11/1) as we present stories, poems and ghastly tales that we shall unleash upon the the internet! For 2020 we will be presenting Spooky Soliloquies, tales told by a single reader, available for free to stream or download. (You can read more about Spooky Soliloquies on it’s project page.)

Spooky Soliloquies will be pre-recorded and released over Halloween weekend. Each piece will consist of a single reader telling their favorite story.

Want to be one of our storytellers?Just email to and let us know you're interested in participating in the Spooky Soliloquies! You must be able to record your audio on your own, but aside from that all you need is the time and the desire to make some spooky magic. You can suggest a story you'd like to perform or opt to be assigned one.
To volunteer please let us know before Oct. 1st . Recordings will be due by Oct. 23rd.

Want to submit a story? You may submit stories to the same emails as above. As this will be a free, online release PMRP will not be paying rights for these stories. PMRP retains non-exclusive rights to the recordings but all other story rights, including script ownership, remain with the author. We're looking for fun Halloween and horror tales. They should be relatively family-friendly (so PG or PG-13, maybe R but definitely no NC-17). Classic tales are always welcome, but new original works are great too. Just remember these will be performed by a single reader with no additional sound effects. Works should be adaptations of public domain stories, original works, or adapted works with written permission for PMRP to use. Short stories, poetry and non-fiction are acceptable. Stories that PMRP has performed in the past, such as The Tell-Tale Heart, are also acceptable!

If you have any questions just drop us a line to!