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  1. I recently heard about the Sonic Society and just started listening to it. I’m really enjoying it so far. Would you be interested in playing an audio drama that I’ve produced called The Sting of the Dark Tower? It’s been played on Radio Drama Revival and featured at the HEAR Now audio fiction festival. Here’s a synopsis:

    The writer C.S. Lewis is invited to visit a lab in 1940’s Cambridge England where he is shown a device called a “chronoscope” that does to time what a telescope does to space. The chronoscope shows strange images of a dark tower ruled by men with stingers on their foreheads. An accident with the machine results in minds being switched between Cambridge and the dark tower. In the present, a precocious teenager and her mysterious nanny explore and ultimately complete this work of fiction that was discovered after C.S. Lewis’s death.

    You can learn more about it and listen to it for free at http://coiledstories.com/dt.

    I’ll look forward to hearing from you.

    Peter Gruenbaum

  2. Jack says:

    Peter you had me at C.S. Lewis. Would love it! Please send us an email at sonicsociety AT gmail DOT com for more information!

  3. Dani Cormier says:

    I love your podcast and wanted to give you a heads up. After listening to episode #59 titled: Horror From Texas, I went and clicked the link to the ‘Short Cummings Promo and was taken to a page that clearly says Short Cummings Audio at the top but then just below contains an article about how to get cheap escorts in London. So now you know

  4. Jack says:

    Thanks so much Dani! That’s such a long time ago. I hope Short Cummings is still around. I’ll remove the link for now.

  5. Claus Holm says:

    Dear Sonic Society,
    I’ve listened to some of your works (most noticably, your Firefly: Old Wounds series) and I was wondering how you submit material for you guys? I’ve writtet two books that I think would make great audio plays. They are supernatural thrillers, in the style of the Wheedon-verse, Supernatural and that kind of genre. The books are called “Tempus Investigations” and are basically a TV show in book form – which is why I’d imagine it would lend itself well to audio.
    Book one was published a year and a half ago, book two will be published this summer.
    If you are interested in something like this, I would let you use and adapt the books for free, as long as I could link to your performance from my website..
    Please let me know if you are interested – I will gladly send you a copy of the first book to see if it would be something you’d like to do.
    Kind Regards,
    Claus Holm

  6. Jack says:

    Hi Claus,
    Thanks so much for the kind words and your books sound amazing! I know that my writing schedule unfortunately is sewn up well unto 2020.
    But, there’s a ton of writers and producers are out there who could be interested. Feel free to send in an audio clip that we can feature on the Sonic Society to get the word out!

  7. Claus Holm says:

    Hi Jack,
    Very happy to hear you think others might be interested. I’m sending an audio clip of the first chapter and a “pitch” by me to the email mentioned above. Hope you will let your fellow members know about it then!
    Kind Regards,
    Claus Holm

  8. Hey Jack,
    Your enthusiasm or addiction is one I’m afflicted with as well. I’ve been a big proponent of radio drama for many years. I loved the old classic radio dramas as well as the contemporary ones coming out. So to find someone with the same interest and dare I say passion is rather like discovering a long-lost relative.
    This lifelong affliction has led me to create a radio drama series of my own with the aid of many of my theatrical friends we have created a series titled The TEMP. This is a half hour comedy series following the exploits of one man as he tries to make his way in Corporate America as a temp.
    We have several episodes posted several in post-production and many in pre-production. I think it would behoove you to check it out by giving it a listen. I would really appreciate any kind of a review that you might feel led to give regarding our show.
    Keep up the Crusade and Viva La radio drama.
    Michael Wilhelm

  9. Jack says:

    Hi Michael! Thanks so much for you comment. It is always good to find long lost brothers-in-audio!
    Would be happy to give The Temp a listen, and more some air time on the Society!
    Keep on Casting!
    Jack

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