Jan 30, 2022
ItMe!, the creator of the one-person sci-fi drama InCo, talks about self-discovery through podcasting, black representation in sci-fi/fantasy, writing a character's voice, and why she's not fond of sci-fi.
You can listen to InCo on most major podcast platforms, or visit https://www.incopodcast.com/
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Jan 23, 2022
Ed Bachta, writer, producer, and sole performer of the paranormal comedy InSpectre talks about restarting the show after an unplanned hiatus, jokes for jokes’ sake, finding a personal writing style, getting ideas onto the page, and puns.
Jan 16, 2022
Writer and producer Morgan Greensmith discusses their queer urban fantasy-horror The Attic Monologues, their love of the Classics, connecting to the audience through slice-of-life, the Exeter University Podcast Society, and pacing the narrative in podcasts.
The Attic Monologues can be found on most major podcast...
Jan 9, 2022
The writer and director of the epic fantasy Omen, Tim Krause, discusses turning his tabletop role-playing game into an audio drama, the challenges of doing without a narrator, writing fantasy dialog, collaborating with his partner Sarah Rhea Werner, and setting realistic expectations.
Omen: A Fantasy Audio Drama can be...