Obscure Studios Talks Audio Drama on the Grit City Podcast

This week, you can catch Obscure Studios president Jonny Eberle on The Grit City Podcast! The Grit City Podcast has a simple premise—in every episode, the hosts sit down with Tacoma-based creatives and entrepreneurs over a couple of drinks to learn more about them and their projects.

In this episode, Jonny joins the crew for a hard cider and talks about the inspiration behind the creation of our science fiction audio drama podcast, “The Adventures of Captain Radio,” learning to be his own foley artist, his enduring love for Sherlock Holmes and why he’s drawn to storytelling in the first place, the prospect of artificial intelligence replacing writers, and the good ol’ public domain.

Listen to the episode on The Grit City Podcast website or find the complete conversation below:

“The Adventures of Captain Radio” is a scripted, serialized science fiction audio drama podcast. It’s distributed free through all major podcast players, including Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotify, and Amazon Music; directly via RSS feed; and anywhere fine audio fiction is found. If you like your rocket ships with a side of robots and rayguns, you’ll love this retrofuturistic show. Listen now on obscurestudios.net. You can support the show and help fund future seasons by donating on Ko-Fi or buying merch on TeePublic.

You can learn more about Jonny Eberle and his writing projects outside of Obscure Studios on his personal website: jweberle.com.

One thought on “Obscure Studios Talks Audio Drama on the Grit City Podcast

  1. Pingback: Audio Drama, Sherlock Holmes, the Public Domain, and More in My Interview With the Grit City Podcast – J.W. Eberle

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