Prometheus Radio Theatre is Back on the Air!

It’s been a loooong while, but Prometheus is re-emerging from the cocoon. Up first is a reading of Phil Giunta’s story, “Man to Man,” plus some thoughts on the death of the great Harve Bennett.

With music by Kevin MacLeod and sound effects courtesy of the Free Sound Project.

Also some updates on upcoming Prometheus shows with director Steven H. Wilson, and a brief tribute to the late, great Harve Bennett. Our 2007 interview with Harve can be found here.

The text of “Man to Man” is available at Phil Giunta’s blog.

(Blog) Hopping Down the Author Trail

This week’s entry is Phil Giunta’s idea. Phil asked me to join in this Blog Hop, where I answer four questions and then nominate three other writers to do the same, and they’ll nominate three other writers, and so on, and so on…

I don’t normally do these “pyramid scheme” types of posts, as my friend Nobilis Reed calls them. But this is an opportunity to talk about my writing and to give some other authors some exposure. These are a few of my favorite things, so I’m in.

1. What am I working on?

Lots of things, always. I’m outlining a sixty-minute radio play for performance at Farpoint 2015. I’m kicking around ideas for a flash fiction piece (I don’t think I’ve ever written one, unless you count this. It’s 1470 words, so it’s probably too long.) I’m writing a 6,000-word short story, my third in as many months, and I’ve got a novel outline in development. I’ve also got a page of bullet points for potential projects, including some possible Appalachian romantic comedies and ghost stories. Science Fiction is starting to chafe. Continue reading