june 16 » I'm on The Sirens of Audio!
april 16 » I'm on The Doctor Who Show!
february 25 » the weekend to decrease world suck
if you've seen my audio dramas page, then you'll know just how excited I am to share that I'm on this week's episode of The Sirens of Audio! Dwayne and Philip were kind enough to invite me for a conversation about some Big Finish audio dramas. We sat down for an hour to chat about two of my favourite half-hour stories: "Urgent Calls" by Eddie Robson and "Summer" by Paul Cornell. We also threw in "Omega" just for good measure :)
listen to the episode at the link above, or watch here:
The guys were so kind, and I had a fantastic time. It just so happened that the day of our recording fell right in the middle of a very busy, stressful week. I'd had a tough day, but it was such a relief to kick back and talk about these three stories, which are all comfort listens for me.
Our conversation covered a lot of ground, so I wanted to add a few show notes of my own:
till next time, audiophiles,
there's a new song up. it's called "warning signs." you can listen to it here.
I wanted to write a longer update, but I'm trying to navigate feeling low while facing down deadline after deadline. I'm questioning the path I'm on. making dark, cozy art. putting on apocalypse jazz and trying not to think too much. crying a lot. not wanting to get up, but getting up anyway.
you should buy sturdier boots,
if you follow me on Twitter (or watched my last couple years of VEDS), you know that I got into classic-era Doctor Who in 2020 and have been obsessed ever since. so it was only a matter of time until this happened: I'm on this week's episode of Primary Sources from The Doctor Who Show podcast! Rob and I had a blast talking about fandom in the 80s, whether your first Doctor is always your favourite Doctor, and why it's totally valid to love OR hate Time and the Rani.
if you've come from the podcast, you should know that Doctor Who content is not my main thing. but I do have fun in fandom every once in a while. mostly with the Fourth Doctor & Sarah Jane Smith. for example:
until next time,
though I am long overdue for a regular homepage update, you are not getting one! mwahahaha! this special update comes to you now because the 15th annual PROJECT FOR AWESOME starts today. if you're not familiar with the P4A, it's an annual charity event created by John and Hank Green. People post videos advocating for charities and, over the course of a 48-hour livestream, the community raises money and votes on charities. the donations are split between Partners in Health and Save the Children in the first half the of the campaign, and community-voted charities in the second half. the livestream always features outstanding creators, there are plenty of perks available for folks who donate, and it is generally a weekend of awesome.