So I’ve been all out of sorts the last few weeks trying to juggle work, ren faire, the play I’m in, the movie we’re shooting, and starting a new podcast.
But most of all, I’m proud to present, finally, Episode 1 of Tales of Passing Fantasy. So far, all the reviews we’ve gotten back from our listeners have been overwhelmingly positive. Also, time to humble-brag, I guess – but I did almost all the editing for the show in about 3-4 days, with maybe 2-3 hrs on the first few days and 8 on the last. So I’m pretty proud of that. Like a lot. I love the look of pure awe on my co-creators faces when they think about that. It’s something special.
I used to edit together skits for an acting competition I ran with my friend Dylan Collins in 2009, and it really trained me how to work quickly. We had to get work out on a weekly basis – or at least, that’s how Dylan wanted it – with much contention between the both of us. He’s passed now, from cancer, but I’m really thankful for him for stuff like this – the audio drama world has been such a huge part of my life due to him and another friend, Rene Christine Jones, who I still rely on for friendship and conspiring. Working with both of them on different projects changed my life. Like, legitimately – I wouldn’t have the friends I have today or the confidence I have today without the two of them. They’re probably the two most influential people of my adult life. My entire trajectory changed because of them.
So thanks, guys. I dedicate this first episode to you.
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