Over the years I produced and hosted/co-hosted a few podcasts, including a novel dramatization and two talk shows. In most cases, I wrote scripts, edited audio, ran websites, and coordinated guest appearances–and in the case of The Magic of Eyri and Ginger and the Geek sketches, I performed character voices.
I am not producing any podcasts at the moment, but my previous podcasts include:
- The Magic of Eyri Podcast – Novel dramatization – (April 2009 – September 2012) Download Episodes
- Ginger and the Geek (with Kat Cooper) – Talk show and sketch comedy – (November 2010 – August 2012)
- LansingNext – Weekly talk show (a proto-Ginger and the Geek ) – (February 2010 – September 2010)
For some reason, other podcasts ask me to appear as a guest from time to time.
- Montreal Sauce – 12.13.13
- Montreal Sauce – 12.08.14
- Montreal Sauce – 04.12.17
- Montreal Sauce – 06.06.17
- Montreal Sauce – 10.29.17
- Film Frown – 11.25.14 – A Boy And His Dog
- Film Frown – 04.21.15 – Starcrash
- Film Frown – 05.19.15 – Skidoo
- Film Frown – 11.15.15 – Gymkata
- Film Frown – 02.20.16 – House Party
- 2nd Brain Collective – 07.12.16
The Magic of Eyri Podcast
I produced an audio book podcast based on my novel, The Magic of Eyri. It featured music, sound effects, and character voices (mostly performed by myself). The podcast ran for 53 episodes (all free to download), spread across four “seasons” and took a little over three years to complete.
Download every episode of the Magic of Eyri Podcast. The original novel is available for purchase on Lulu or Amazon.
Ginger and the Geek Podcast
Ginger and the Geek was a talk show podcast I co-hosted with Kat Cooper from November 2010 to August 2012. To the surprise of no one, I was the Geek half. It was a casual talk show, with a humor focus, and tried to showcase what was going on around Lansing the week of the show.
On every show we interviewed guests, cracked jokes, talked about what is going on around Lansing and sometimes performed sketch comedy (written by myself).
In addition to co-hosting, I edited/uploaded the episodes and ran the website. Kat and I blogged during the week (Kat usually wrote about crafts and fashion. I, surprise, leaned toward geeky stuff). Both shared the responsibility of arranging for guests to appear on the show.
As of October 2016, the Ginger and the Geek website is offline and the episodes are no longer available for download. They may be added here in the future.
LansingNext was a weekly talk show podcast I recorded with, Kat Cooper (but I started the show with Julielyn Gibbons). The focus of the show was what was going on around town and local guests. It laid the groundwork for what would become Ginger and the Geek.