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WFH Companions

WFH Companions

Lotte Lenya in Mother CourageWFH is lonely and can be melancholy. Hanging possessions in your home workspace that project a narrative that has meaning for you will tangibly boost your confidence, help you to apply yourself to the task, and feel successful on the...

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Five Tips for a Revealing Celebrity Interview

Five Tips for a Revealing Celebrity Interview

Talking to Ellen Kushner novelist and performerBelow is a list of some of the ‘names’ I’ve interviewed. It’s a fun list to think about in lieu of counting sheep when I can’t nod off. Beyond that, it’s a useful way to remember some of the topics of my audio productions...

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Color Guard

Color Guard

The Tape you have to leave out. The Tape you can Never Forget. The Tape that blinds you. Sometimes you arrive at an interview where you feel relaxed and prepared and are looking forward to a chat with professionals. It’s the point in the process of making a radio show...

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Ten Tips to Tell Your Story Using Sound in Audio Fiction

Ten Tips to Tell Your Story Using Sound in Audio Fiction

Here are some practices I have discovered over the years of making audio drama.  I’ve added some links from my work. You only have to listen to a few seconds for each example. Music and sound as bridges between sections of dialogue.   Sounds can be designed to break...

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Telemedicine

Telemedicine

Back in the mid 1990s I was commissioned by a documentary show called Soundprint, based in Washington DC, to make six half hour features about how medicine and space research were connected and how space experiments had provided information about the human body. One...

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