Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LONDON - Apr 18, 2018 - The Back of the Bookshelf fiction podcast aims to shine a light into the shadows of the past in search of neglected gems. There are no restrictions about setting, theme or genre; the only qualification is quality, though as the name suggests, the emphasis is on books that tend to be pushed to the back of the shelf, rather than bestsellers.
You will encounter lesser known works by literary giants like Mary Shelley and Guy de Maupassant, and be transported to the fantastical worlds of forgotten pioneers of genre fiction.
The inaugural episode features a story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes. It’s a thrilling adventure starring the brilliant, but hot-tempered Professor Challenger, vividly brought to life by immersive sound effects and a dramatic sensibility.
The podcast will launch on 1st May 2018 on iTunes, Spotify and other leading sound platforms, with a video version arriving concurrently on YouTube.
Check out the webpage here…