When I grow up I want to be an audiobook narrator like the Goddess Barbara Rosenblat, Queen of Voices.
However, until I attain this bright particular star, I’ve been honing my skills with various Podcastle projects like Martha Wells’ “Thorns” and Gene Wolfe’s “The Gunner’s Mate.” Once I even dabbled at Tales to Terrify with Mike Allen’s “The Red Empress.”
(That was MOONS ago, by the way. Since then, Mike Allen published a whole novel, of which “The Red Empress” is only the beginning!)
The first story I did was called “The Heat of Us: Notes Toward an Oral History” by Sam J. Miller. Next up is a poem by Rose Lemberg, creator of Birdverse and co-editor of Stone Telling. The poem is called “archival testimony fragments / minersong” and it was so splendid to unlock!
Otherwise, I shall be appearing as a French courtesan and a libertine’s octogenarian auntie in Flock Theatre’s production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
Even more excitement to come soon!