UTR: The Phenomenon

  Imagine waking up one morning to alerts from the Emergency Broadcast System: Stay inside. Keep your blinds closed. And, whatever you do … Don’t look at the sky. That’s how the

Janus Descending: A Dichotomous Perspective

It’s never been so quiet… so dark. There’s something about the press of absolute silence, the whole consuming blackness that leaves me just a little… I don’t know… breathless. Janus is the

UTR: Tanis

  Seeking Tanis. Runner Available. A mysterious ad on Craigslist and an otherwise-unmemorable short story published in Strange Worlds magazine called Where Is Tanis is the inspiration for Tanis, the podcast. From

The Bright Sessions

New patient. Session 1. Female. Mid-twenties. No history of psychological counseling. She was skittish when making her appointment. Condition unknown. We’ve all heard the stories of businesses that were started in a

UTR: Station Blue

  Cute penguins aside, there’s something inherently creepy about Antarctica.  I suspect it’s the feeling of getting a pretty decent glimpse of what being in outer space might be like. Sure, there’s

UTR: Deadly Manners

  On the surface, this podcast seems like it would be right up my alley. A snowed-in dinner party during which guests are murdered, one by one, ala Agatha Christie’s And Then

UTR: The Dragoning

  Imagine a world where the pandemic isn’t a virus that affects everyone, but rather an epidemic of women who turn into dragons. Dragons who eat men. That’s the premise of The

Greater Boston: An Alternative Universe

“I am here today, fellow riders of the Red Line, to secure your support for transit transition, a railway revolution, a subway secession.” Take a moment to consider what the alternative universe