Announcing My New Fiction Podcast Series (Plus: A 50-Second Trailer) (#640)

This is a rare day!

I’m launching a new podcast for the first time in many years, and it’s scripted fiction. Even if you hate the name, I think most of you will enjoy the 50-second trailer. This podcast (and more) is intended to add a bit of laughter and levity to a world dominated by doomscrolling and pessimism.

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Some background, plus Steven Pressfield on “going big”…

I’ve long wanted to do an experiment with fiction and art, resurrecting those old passions. I just couldn’t find the right vehicle. The conventional options didn’t work. Then, in early 2021, the author Steven Pressfield said the following to me:

[Going big] doesn’t mean it necessarily has to be 800 pages long, but just a big idea. An idea that’s kind of a scary idea, that you say to yourself, ‘When I show this to people, they’re going to look at me and go, ‘What happened to you, Tim? Are you okay?’ That’s what I mean by big.

Shortly thereafter, I began dreaming bigger, dreaming stranger, and allowing myself to grab a few glasses of wine at night, sketch out the truly bat-shit crazy ideas, and go fully off-menu.

This podcast is part of “going big” for the fun of it, and it’s part of a much broader art project. I hope you subscribe and stick around to see how things unfold. There are surprises in store…

More can be found at, you guessed it,

P.S. The very next episode of The Tim Ferriss Show will feature an incredible interview—also a very powerful and moving interview—with one of my favorite people on the planet.

#640: Announcing My New Fiction Podcast Series (Plus: A 50-Second Trailer)

Want to hear an episode with the person who inspired me to go big? Listen to my conversation with author Steven Pressfield, in which we discussed feline role models, halfway-house theories, eclectic resumes, self-sabotage, writing a first novel in his 50s, the artist’s journey, little successes that lead to big results, and much more.

#501: Steven Pressfield — How to Overcome Self-Sabotage and Resistance, Routines for Little Successes, and The Hero’s Journey vs. The Artist’s Journey


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5 Replies to “Announcing My New Fiction Podcast Series (Plus: A 50-Second Trailer) (#640)”

  1. Tim! Would love to be a part of your new podcast series. I’ve been a subscriber to your podcast for a long time now. Would love a shot at reading for a role. I can do 100+ native level accents, character voices, and celebrity impressions.

  2. I can’t point friends or work colleagues to your new podcast due to the immature name (apologies for the judging word but I don’t know what else to call it). Surely you considered this; I find it odd that you are making this your hill to die on before it even launches.

  3. Tim Ferris and Team,

    I was had by a scammer posing as cockpunch support team.

    I’m not an idiot. I pay close attention to details but I was blinded by my want to get an NFT and the website minting process taking forever to complete.

    The fraudster got away with .3 ETH and what feels most devastating, one NFT that did get minted to completion. He took it as well. I was unable to have coinbase support block it in time.

    None of this is your fault. It’s mine for playing in a space I don’t understand. I was excited to be a part of of this historic event.

    If you have any NFTs in the future would appreciate the ability to participate again.

  4. Have you considered reaching out to the folks over at Critical Role to use this as a setting for their new RPG system DaggerHeart? I am loving the lore and the backstory and it just feels like a setting I would love to play an RPG in.