September 2010

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MCP SE18 – Michigan Cast Round-Table, Part 2

Posted by on 26 Sep 2010 | Tagged as: Just For Fun, Round-Table

Here’s the second half of Chris’s round table discussion with Bill Bowman, Bryan Watson, Beq Vyper, and Sara Lloyd. Thanks again to Sara for doing the editing on this episode!

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FETIDUS

MCP SE17 – Michigan Cast Round-Table, Part 1

Posted by on 18 Sep 2010 | Tagged as: Just For Fun, Round-Table

Last Christmas, Chris got together with four of Metamor City’s Michigan voice actors: Bill Bowman, Bryan Watson, Beq Vyper and Sara Lloyd. Wackiness ensued.

Many thanks to Sara Lloyd for doing the editing on this recording. This is a two-parter, the second half of which should drop sometime next week.

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The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine

Metamor City wins its second Parsec Award!

Posted by on 09 Sep 2010 | Tagged as: Announcements

2010parsecwinnerHi folks!

I’m very proud to announce that The Metamor City Podcast has won the Parsec Award for the second year in a row. This year the honors go to “Whispers in the Wood” (MCP042 through MCP045) for Best Speculative Fiction Audio Drama (Short Form).

I want to give my deepest thanks to the cast and crew of Metamor City, without whom this would not have been possible:

Thanks also to all of the fans who have supported Metamor City over the years, whether through donations, iTunes reviews, sending in feedback, or telling a friend. Without you fine ladies and gents, I wouldn’t be doing this.

Lastly, thanks to Abigail Hilton, who accepted the Parsec Award on my behalf at Dragon*Con this past weekend. Abbie has become a dear friend of mine over the last year; she’s a great author, a fantastic collaborator and one of the finest human beings it has been my privilege to know. You can hear my voice on her podcast novel COWRY CATCHERS as the warrior-intellectual Gwain, and I look forward to continuing to work with her in the years to come, bringing you more awesome stories from both of our fertile brains.

That’s it for now, folks. THINGS UNSEEN is still in progress, and while it’s taking me longer than I had planned, it IS moving forward. Good things are in store for Metamor City, and while I can’t tell you exactly when you’ll see them, I can promise that they will be worth the wait.

Keep it on the bright side!

–Chris