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A few exciting things!

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!)

Most recently, Uncanny Magazine hired me to be one of their podcast narrators, the other narrator being the most beautiful Amal El-Mohtar. So that’s awesome.

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!




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