Podcasts. Voice actor. Narrator. Podcaster. Oooh, the latter sounds mystical, call me that! You’ll find this podcaster on a busy street corner, First and Main, holding up a sign: WILL READ FOR MONEY. Or food. Food’s good. Make that pepperoni pizza, extra cheese. NO anchovies, what’s wrong with you people???

I’ve won a lot of awards in public speaking. By a lot, I mean an embarassing amount of a lot–picture one of those school trophy cases for the jocks, but then put my name on all of them. And then, picture a second one. To keep me humble, for ten years I donated my time conducting a free class one evening a week, designed to help people improve their public speaking and ability to communicate. Pitch, pace, and power…without fear, without fail, and without fumbling. There, you’ve learned everything you need to know, and you didn’t have to pay the price of admission. Which was free.

Presently, I’ve been hired to read my own published work for Third Flatiron Publishing. And for others at Gallery of Curiosities.  I’m also an approved narrator for Apex Publications and PodCastle.org. If you’ve got a project, and you’ve read my sign, drop me a line, and yeah, that rhymed.  Here’s a couple of samples to whet your appetite. Enjoy!

1. “Beast of the Month” written by Wulf Moon. Narrated by Wulf Moon. First appeared at Third Flatiron Publishing in their Strange Beasties anthology August 2017. Reprinted in their Best of 2017 anthology October 2017.

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2. “On the Path” written by Kelly A. Harmon. Narrated by Wulf Moon. Published by Gallery of Curiosities June 2018. This was a fun assignment–I made up many voices for Kelly’s great cast of characters, and these Taoist priests are very tricksy! Silkpunk!

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3. The Questionable Redemption of Thomas Alva Edison” written by Evan Dicken. Narrated by Wulf Moon. Published by Gallery of Curiosities July 2018. This was an interesting assignment. The story is alternate history in the form of a wax cylinder, recording a confession by Thomas Edison to his wife. The editor asked me to mimic Edison’s speaking style by listening to his recordings. Check out the result. If you don’t have a wax cylinder player, one shall be provided.

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But wait! There’s more! They just have to go through production, but bookmark this page, or better yet, subscribe to my blog, and you won’t miss a one!

Thanks for listening! 



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