Audio Drama fan Ely and Immunities creator Bob both loved the just-completed sci-fi podcast from Tor, but from our initial reactions, it seemed like we had two different podcasts in our heads. So we saved our discussion for posterity. Enjoy! (Click here twice to jump to where the Podknife review ended…) BOB: First of all, […]
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Here’s the audiovisual version of the play (with abstract computer animation)… or you can listen to it right here… or download it on MP3 here. (Thanks to archive.org for hosting.) The excerpt of the incomplete Companions novel is here… An AI Begins To Tell The Story The info about the story that inspired it is […]
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If you’ve finished the “Companions” audio drama and would like to find something else like it, my very first suggestion would be “(To See The Other) Whole Against The Sky” by Elise Tobler, from the always-worthwhile Clarkesworld Magazine. Listening to Kate Baker read it on their podcast is what got me thinking about loners in […]
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For more info about the production of Companions, including our cast, sound effects, and kickstarter backers, check out our production web page at http://hamletseries.com/playcompanions.
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I was rooting around my drive recently and came across the beginning of what would have been Companions: The Novel. While I think it’s not as good as the audio drama or stage play versions, it’s MORE if you want more. It only gets to about the 15-minute mark of the later versions, but in […]
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COMPANIONS, a science fiction love story in audio drama form, is now available everywhere on the internet I can think to put it. If you’d like to experience it with some abstract visuals I added, check it out on YouTube (in three parts)… or you can listen to the whole thing right here… or download […]
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