1. Sonic Society 6 Theme- by Sharon Bee

2. Introduction with Jack from the Abarnment

I’m sitting in Wolfville now, playing guitar and wonderin’ how… I’m still unpacked… it’s where I’m at…

And Real Camino is our feature tonight, So dim the lights and grab a bite, and sit right back the show is tight, For an audio drama that’s out of sight,

the Voice of Democracy, a true story, In four acts, to the max,

Right here, in the Sonic Society….


3. Feature- Real Camino ProductionsI Was the Voice of Democracy – (AD-PG RATED)

Written by Brian Herrera

5. Sonic Society 6 Theme Credits

Just released from Great Northern’s Jerry Stearns are the 2010 Mark Time/Ogle Awards and Electric Vicuña Production’s Darker Musings Anthology episode “Soul Survivor” won honorable mention.

Congratulations to ALL WINNERS!

Mark Time Awards / Ogle Awards
Winners – 2010 Best Science Fiction/Fantasy Audio Production

Mark Time Award

The Truth: Moon Graffiti
Written & Produced by Jonathan Mitchell
New York, NY

The Cleansed, Pilot Episode
FinalRune Productions
Written & Produced by Fred Greenhalgh
Alfred ME


Aural Stage
Written by Richard Lovejoy
Producers, Matthew Boudreau, Samantha Mason
Buffalo, NY

Brad Lansky and the Anti-Starc
Written by J.D. Venne
Producer, Dieter Zimmermann
Cape Town, South Africa

Ogle Award

Whoever Wishes
Written & Produced by Cayenne Chris Conroy
Minneapolis, MN

We’re Alive, Chapter 17,
“There Might Be Others”

Written by Kc Wayland
Producers, Kc Wayland, Shane Salk
Orange, CA


Soul Survivor
Sonic Society
Written & Produced by Jack. J. Ward
Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada

The Witch Hunter Chronicles
Written and Produced by Domien de Groot
Deurne, Belgium

Presented by
The American Society For Science Fiction Audio

The Mark Time Award is given each year to honor the Best Science Fiction Audio Production on the Planet. And the Ogle Award for Best Fantasy Audio Production of the Year.

Charles Ogle played the first Frankenstein’s creation in Edison’s silent 1910 film of the famous science fiction horror novel. Fantasy includes magical “high” fantasy, sword and sorcery, horror, modern urban fantasy, and other things that don’t fall under the criteria of Science Fiction. But, we’ll be the judges of that.

A Gold and a Silver Mark Time Award, and a Gold and a Silver Ogle Award, will be awarded at CONvergence,, June 30-July 3 of 2011.

Our good friends at Broken Sea have done it again!

This time they are the proud owners of the Sir Julius Vogel award in New Zealand where the company is based!

Sir Julius Vogel was the eighth Premier in New Zealand, and back in the 1800’s considered the first New Zealander to write science fiction. His book Anno Domini 2000- A Woman’s Destiny was first published after he retired from politics in 1889.

Broken Sea’s win was under Fan Production for The Doctor Who Podcast with Mark Kalita as the ever present Doctor.

CONGRATULATIONS to Mark, Paul Mannering, Stevie Farnaby, Robin Carlisle, Bill Hollweg and all the folks at Broken Sea!