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Phoenix Theatre & Arts Company's Audio Drama Series
I started a theatre company! But it's a really hard time to be a theatre company! So we're kicking off with a weekly podcast since it isn't safe to perform in person yet. PTAC's Audio Drama series is a weekly podcast that is a cross between an old timey-radio show and an audiobook.
PLEDGE The Public Radio Fund Drive Audiobook
On the first day of summer, in June 2019, I self published my book on public radio and the pledge drive. On the first day of spring, in March 2020, I uploaded the audiobook version after three months of reading, editing and mastering the audio. Whew!
Free Audiobook: The Tale of Rinji
"Brother and sister storytellers! I have seen wonders today." ...The Tale of Rinji is a fantasy novel that I published this year, an adult fairy tale set in Japan. The audiobook, unabridged and read by me, is available for free download from CDBaby.
In a brand new venture, I'm hearkening back to the golden age of radio horror, when voices like Arch Oboler, Boris Karloff and Vincent Price ruled the airwaves. I've recorded two albums so far: MicroHorror, on which I read my own original short-short horror stories, and Legends of Horror, on which I read three classic stories by Edgar Allan Poe, Ambrose Bierce and H.P. Lovecraft in all-new dramatic performances. Streaming is free from Bandcamp, and downloads are pay-what-you-like. Dim the lights, curl up in your favorite coffin and open your mind to horror.