Voice Fiction – Old Time Radio


With Glenn Carlson and Jack Ward.
Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, Radio Dramas entertained millions of listeners daily. Those days are gone. Glenn and Jack look at past glories, at the state of the art today and hazard a guess at the future of Audio Drama.

guest-glenn-carlsonGLENN CARLSON: In 1999, Glenn Carlson headed a group of San Francisco writers and voice actors with an interest in creating audio drama. The result was One Act Audio Theatre. Their mission: Use the power of the internet to bring something new to old time radio.
Visit his website: http://oneact.org

guest-jack-wardJACK WARD: Is a writer, director and founder of The Sonic Society, a weekly podcast carried by Dalhousie University Campus in Halifax, Canada and by other affiliate stations across Canada and around the world.
Visit his website: http://sonicsociety.org

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Voice Fiction – The Undead


With Tansy Undercrypt, K.C. Wayland and David Accampo.
Three writer/producers discuss our endless fascination with being scared to death – or at least to the edge of death. Join Tansy Undercrypt, K.C. Wayland and David Accampo in a discussion about the lure of the macabre in the darkest corners of our psyche. This episode is best listened to alone and in the dark.

guest-dave-accampoDAVID ACCAMPO is a writer, designer, filmmaker and podcast producer. He is the Co-founder, with Jeremy Rogers, of Habit Forming Films, and co-creator of the hit serialized audio drama, Wormwood: A Serialized Mystery.
Visit his website: http://habitformingfilms.com

guest-tansy-undercryptTANSY UNDERCRYPT is a horror fiction writer living in the grim wilds of Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2009, she founded Precarious Audio Theater, streaming original works of mystery, suspense, and horror online and via iTunes.
Visit her website: http://tansyundercrypt.com

guest-kc-waylandK.C. WAYLAND has an eclectic resume. He started as a film-maker in Orange High School, a short stint with the military in Iraq, 2003, and is currently the creative force behind the award winning audio drama serial, “We’re Alive.”
Visit his website: http://zombiepodcast.com

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Voice Fiction – What’s The Word


With Mike Murphy, Julie Hoverson and Glenn Hascall.
Nothing happens until a writer puts the story on paper. Mike, Julie and Glenn are three successful audio drama writers with decades of experience between them and a lot of experience to share. An excellent review for veteran writers and an inspiration for new ones. (Note: Glenn Hascall’s responses were recorded separately and edited into the conversation which explains the difference in audio quality.)

guest-glenn-hascallGLENN HASCALL: Glenn has written more than 400 stage plays and has worked in broadcasting and voice acting for more than 20 years. He’s prerecording his part of this podcast because he starts work at 3:30 in the morning and right now… (in a whisper) he’s sleeping.

guest-julie-hoversonJULIE HOVERSON: A renaissance woman with wide experience and knowledge. She has spent the last five years writing, producing and acting in the award-winning podcast audio drama anthology, 19 Nocturne Boulevard. She is also working on her first full dramatic audio novel.
Visit her website: http://19nocturneboulevard.net

guest-mike-murphyMIKE MURPHY: He has written over 100 audio plays, many for Misfits Audio—where he has four series. The genres of his writing include comedy, horror, sci-fi, fantasy and detective. He maintains a writing blog which includes links to all of his freely available shows. He lives in Massachusetts.

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Voice Fiction – And The Winner Is


With Bruce Press and Barry Biddlecomb.
Although Bruce and Barry are both executives with the Parsec Awards and they do tell us about their annual award show, this episode is about awards in general. What it takes to win, why winning matters and what it means if you don’t win.

guest-bruce-pressBRUCE PRESS is a professional photographer in the Baltimore-Washington area. He has enjoyed podcast fiction pretty since they began and actively engaged in the podcast community for almost as long.
Visit his website: http://parsecawards.com

guest-bruce-biddlecombBARRY BIDDLECOMB is an associate professor of mathematics and dean at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia. He’s a dedicated consumer of tech and fiction podcasts and dreams of having his own podcast if he can ever settle on a topic people want to hear about.
Visit his website: http://parsecawards.com

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Voice Fiction – Audio Books

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With Alexa Chipman, David Niall Wilson and Alix Spurlock.
This podcast features a wide-ranging discussion on the business of Audio Books from three points of view: A writer’s (Alexa Chipman), a publisher’s (David Niall Wilson) and a voice actor’s (Alix Spurlock).

guest-alexa-chipmanALEXA CHIPMAN is a writer for BrokenSea, Misfits Audio, Gypsy Audio, and Imagination Lane, including the popular series and two-time Parsec Finalist Maudelayne. She is a fantasy YA author of books such as ERFYL and MAWBRAY, with a background in theatre. Alexa has appeared with companies such as the Peninsula Ballet Theatre, Marin Dance Theatre, and in the Marin Fringe Festival.
Visit her website: http://imaginationlane.net

guest-alix-spurlockALIX SPURLOCK is a children’s audiobook narrator and voice over artist. She is also a super-nerd (her own description) who spends her free time watching the Science Channel, listening to punk rock and playing Wii with her 7-year old.

guest-david-niall-wilsonDAVID NIALL WILSON is a former president of the Horror Writer’s Association and multiple recipient of the Bram Stoker Award. A prolific writer with over 200 published stories and a dozen novels, David is Founder and CEO of Crossroad Press.

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