About Fictron

The climate for storytelling is always changing and evolving, so why then is linear literature in the codex medium seen as a sort of archetypal "default" of fiction? Modern books have only been around for a few centuries, after all, and with newer technologies, there's no telling how fiction may evolve in the future.

At Fictron, we examine new, unusual, and off-beat works of fiction, in both medium and methodology. Whether it's unconventional narrative styles, esoteric plot lines, or genre-defying mediums, we're here to discuss and critique these intriguing ventures in fiction.

I’ve found podcasts about ARGs, creepypastas, and various other flavors of alt-fic alone, but nothing that encompasses the broad expanse of new-age fiction entirely. The inventive ideas people have that continue to push the boundary of what fiction can be are remarkable, and deserve to be explored and dissected with the same integrity that we give the literary classics.

The People Behind Fictron

Béla Oehser - Host and Creator of Fictron

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Peter Daniel Berg - Fictron Co-Host

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Izzy Idsardi - Fictron Co-Host

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