11/05/2014 – Present
These casts first appeared on the CityNewsNet site.
I produce and host this ‘cast, with writing by Caine Dorr and Nick Ahlhelm. The CityNewsNet Podcast Reports are Breaking News Flashes designed to keep you informed of the comings and goings of fan favorite fictionalized characters who you’ve just been introduced to and you didn’t even know you had grown to love performing amazing feats, overcoming incredible challenges and facing peril in every moment while in their most exciting settings.
09/21/2014 – Present
These casts first appeared on the MythBehaving.com site.
I produce and co-host this ‘cast, with Maer Wilson and Katie Bryski, that features a special guest from the literary world. It could be a writer, publisher, agent, editor or anyone else connected with the world of publishing.
This cast first appeared on the The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences site.
Venture back to the beginnings of the Ministry, where a young man named Rowan Clayworth finds himself trapped between love and an eldritch danger. Director Culpepper Source may yet help him find reason in a world full of peculiar occurrences like the ones he is facing.
This cast first appeared on the AstroVenture Frequency! site.
I pull out the stops, and go over the top as the villain, Boss Battle. Yes, I get my comeuppance. Yes, I die.
This cast first appeared on The PoeCast site.
Once upon a time, I had a grand idea. I would ease myself back into audio work by reading the works of Poe in chronological order. Unfortunately, real life intervened. I did manage to get a cracking good graphic from Starla Hutchon out of it. I recommend using her service for all your graphic needs. Great podcast and book covers priced very reasonably.
Here is the only output I managed from that benighted cast. The background music is too loud and I read the poem too fast. Still, it was educational.
This cast first appeared on Scott Roche’s Omniverse site.
This comes from Scott’s Tales From The Grim Reader collection. I had a great deal of fun recording it and it appears to have been moderately well received. Translated, no one complained vociferously about it. And, it’s a cracking good story. If you like it, be sure and order a copy from the original site.
Back in December of 2011, I began tinkering around with voice work again after a hiatus of almost twenty years. It was a lot of fun, despite my muddy audio. This served as my introduced to podcasting. It’s not completely terrible, but you can tell I still need a lot of work. I dribble in at the 10:29 mark and fade out at 14:27.
Give the ‘cast a listen. There are some very talented people on it, and they are a joy to listen to.