Submit a Podcast
Thank you for your interest in creating a podcast of one of our published stories. Please read the guidelines carefully to avoid getting your podcasts rejected. Please contact us directly if you have any questions about the podcasts.
Please listen to a few of our previously published podcasts for examples of what we are looking for.
All podcasts published on EveryDayFiction will be published under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Canada License.
The authors of original stories have given us permission to create a podcast of their stories for EveryDayFiction.com.
By submitting a podcast to EveryDayFiction.com you are giving us the right to publish the podcast on EveryDayFiction.com and edit it as we see fit. (We add intro and ending music, and possibly a small ad.)
All podcasts should be read in this format:
[Story title] by [Author name] was originally published by Every Day Fiction on [Published date].
This story is read by [Podcaster’s by-line or “the author”] and this reading is licenced under Creative Commons, Attribution, Noncommercial, No Derivative Works.
[Podcaster’s extra information]
The podcaster’s extra information can be anything you want as long as it is not too long (<= 30 sec). It shouldn’t sound like an ad. For example you could use this section to promote your website, new book, or even your own podcast but don’t use this space to promote accounting software or a weight loss program.
Stories that have been published after June 1, 2009 and have not already been published on the podcast page are fair game.
We DO NOT accept podcasts that are not of published stories on Every Day Fiction.
There is NO COMPENSATION for podcasts at this time. You will not be paid for a podcast. Please don’t ask.
We only accept MP3 files.
All podcasts must be submitted through our online form–we cannot accept podcasts via email or snail mail.
Our target response time is 10 days, and we will do our best to give you an acceptance or refusal within that time period, or at least provide an update if our decision is delayed.