Our Fair City
Our Fair City is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi audio drama. Set in the frozen tundra of what once was Hartford, CT, a former insurance company rules over a subterranean world of misfits, mad science, molepeople, and meat walls. Nearing its seventh season, Our Fair City has won several awards including two Silver Mark Time awards (2011-2012), Audio Verse Awards for Best Ongoing Original Comedy (2013-2014) and Supporting Actor in a Short-Form Serial Production (Ryan Schile as Herbert West 2015), and second place in the 75th Anniversary War of the Worlds Contest for Herbert West vs. the Martians which was written by Jim McDoniel. Episodes are available both on their website and on iTunes.
The Crypt of Arabella Dodd
"The Crypt of Arabella Dodd" is a Poe-esque parody radio play about the madness of lost love, performed as part of the Whiskey Radio Hour live show on February 2nd, 105. You can listen to it on their bandcamp page.
"Last Transmission" is a tale of arctic horror and winning submission of the Midnight Audio Theatre's 2014-15 Scriptwriting Competition and chosen as an official selection for the 2016 HEAR now Festival. It was produced and aired on WCBE in Columbus. It also won five audio verse awards for original stand-alone short productions including writing, engineering, actor, and actress. You can listen to it here.
The Fairy Wood
"The Fairie Wood" was a winning submission for the 2015-16 Midnight Audio Theatre Scriptwriting Competition and was produced and aired on WCBE radio in Columbus. It is lesson in why you should not just believe in fairies, but fear them. It is available to listen to on the Midnight Audio Theatre website.
"The Plague Song" was a winning submission for the 2016-17 Midnight Audio Theatre Scriptwriting Competition and will be produced later this year. Stay tuned...
THe Journal of Brother Umberto San Luka 1360 (Translation)
Not quite an audio drama, but still available in the podcast arena. I was asked to write a piece for a live storytelling show here in Chicago, which resulted in a tale of plague and Lovecraftian madness. It can be found here under the title "Carcosa" being read by yours truly. (Also available on iTunes.)