Back on July 2nd, the Mark Time Science Fiction Au…

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Back on July 2nd, the Mark Time Science Fiction Audio Awards and the Ogle Fantasy Audio Awards for the production year 2003 were given. The awards, for excellence in audio theater, were given at the Convergence science fiction convention in Bloomington, MN.

GOLD MARK TIME AWARD

The Convergence

Jeffrey Adams, writer/producer, International Falls, MN.

www.storiesonmp3.com

Interdimensional invaders decide to make their move through a local science fiction convention.

SILVER MARK TIME AWARD

“A Man Walks Into A Bar”: The Arbiter Chronicles, Episode 2

Steven H. Wilson, writer/producer.

Prometheus Radio Theatre, Elkridge, Maryland.

www.prometheusradiotheatre.com

The ship’s telepath kills an alien to protect another crewmember, but absorbs his personality in the process, becoming a danger to everyone on board.

HONORABLE MENTION

“The ShadowMan”

Marc Rose and Jerel McQuen

Dry Smoke and Whispers Holodio Theater, Beaverton, OR.

Transdimensional Media LLC.

www.drysmoke.com

Telepathic detective, Emille Song, is dragged around through interdimensional trapdoors by The ShadowMan. But whose side is this mysterious ShadowMan on?

GOLD OGLE AWARD

“The Field”

Lance Roger Axt, producer. Pacific Grove, CA. Written by Elizabeth Benjamin.

Play It By Ear

A couple argue about the Indians digging up ancestors in their yard, eventually telling one of the diggers about the strange things that have been happening since they began.

SILVER OGLE AWARD

“Howl of the Mac Tire”

Roger Gregg, writer/producer, Dublin, Ireland.

Crazy Dog Audio Theatre.

www.crazydogaudiotheater.com

On a lonely mountain above the sheep fields of Dun Mac Cu Tiré, something fiendish is on the prowl. Detective Maeve O’Casey and her partner Matt Griffin set a trap, but for what?

HONORABLE MENTION

“A Murder of Crows” – Three short works for Halloween.

Sam Mowry and Martin Gallagher, producers.

Willamette Radio Workskhop, Portland, OR.

www.radiowork.com

An original compendium of horror, suspense and the supernatural, performed live.

A Special Lifetime Achievement Award was also given to Dirk Maggs, who is currently involved with the latest Hitchhiker’s Guide shows.

Find further details on these awards here!

Posted by Scott D. Danielson

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