The last week and a half has been moderately productive, given that we are on day 922 of the Rona weirdness. First off, I wrote a little piece (No One Has to Go Out if They Don't Want To) about our hill-billy governor deciding to open Georgia's nail-salons, tattoo shops, bowling alleys and a couple … Continue reading The Week (or so) that Was
Hey folks, I hope all is well with you in these days of COVID-19. We are truly living in 'interesting times,' as the old Chinese curse goes, but I've no doubt about the resilience of humanity to push on and come out stronger on the other side. I also trust the doctors, and … Continue reading Moving forward on the Scarlett Hood radio series
If you follow me on any social media (and if you don't, why not?), then you're familiar with my newest audio drama, Scarlett Hood, The Continuing Adventures of Lil Red Riding Hood! Well, sir, ma'am, and those who refuse to be gendered, I heard the first cut of the show the other day, and all … Continue reading Bring Scarlett Hood to a Radio Station Near You!
Pictured above are (l. to r.) Thomas Cage as Doctor John Watson, Ellie Cook as Lady Sherlock Holmes, and Emma Lance as Irene Adler.Strap on your video watching cap and enjoy the live performance of "Lady Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Woman in Red," an audio drama written by me and performed by the Atlanta … Continue reading Video: ‘Lady Sherlock Holmes’ at 221B Con
I am happy to announce that the print version of "Lady Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Dancing Cadavers" is now available here! This version includes the original prose story, the audio drama script performed by the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company at 221B Con, and a sneak preview for the second story: "Lady … Continue reading Lady Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Dancing Cadavers