Norm and author Ramsey Shehadeh talk about Mr. Rogers and the apocalypse.
“Birds Are What Come After.”
#10– “Sepsis” written and directed by Artur Llobell
#9– “Senior” directed by Noel Paul & Stefan Moore, music by Royskopp
#8– “Cargo” written and directed by Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke
When this story originally aired in 2013 it was an immediate hit with the Drabblecast Community, winning Best Story in the People’s Choice Awards of that year. It seems the potentially energizing power of hate is still a relevant topic here in 2018.
In this episode, Norm sits down with the author, Shaenon Garrity.
We dig into all the technical aspects like voice acting, sound editing and mixing, foley effects, music and more.
Preproduction? Reading? Acting? Yeah, it’s all here folks, all the blood sweat and tears that go into every production of the Drabblecast.
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Really, this episode speaks for itself, so enjoy:
This (fake) album unites all faiths (fake or not) into one perfectly fine and marketable sales campaign!
Maybe we’re all just part of some weird baby mouse dream, or maybe Zeus is going to turn into a giant bull to have His way with us… maybe you worship the Thetins trapped inside. Or maybe you hail Bast, the ancient goddess of warfare.
Whatever faith you adhere to, whatever gods you bow down before, we’ve got your bases covered.
If you fancy these musical droplets of exultation, you can find a few more of Norm’s ditty’s here.
So please enjoy this special presentation, and of course, “praise be… (to whatever):”
The Drabblecast had several editorial shifts over the years. We made friends. We won awards. And we were off to the races.
What kind of races?
I like to think they were wiener dog races (yes, that’s a thing). Tiny, beady-eyed wiener dogs racing on the backs of skeletal thoroughbreds around a sprawling abyss. But we digress.
That’s right we’re going back to our oh-so-humble beginnings. And they’re pretty humble. And humiliating. Ain’t that show business, folks?
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