Decoder Ring Theatre – SUMMER SHOWCASE Begins!

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Here it is! And don’t forget… episodes 1 |MP3| and 2 |MP3|are still available!

Decoder Ring Theatre SUMMER SHOWCASE

Deck Gibson: Far Reach CommanderDeck Gibson: Far Reach Commander – Episode 3 “Deck Gibson and the Room With No View”
By Matt Wallace; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – 26 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Podcaster: Decoder Ring Theatre
Podcast: May 2008
Torn from the pages of last summer’s Showcase, Decoder Ring Theatre is proud to present the return of Matt Wallace’s Deck Gibson: Far Reach Commander in a new series of fantastic intergalactic adventures! This week: Deck is held prisoner after a Quasar Corps ambush and arrested as a traitor against Earth! Will his training as a Far Reach Commander save him, or will the last sight our hero ever sees be… The Room With No View!

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Author for Variant Frequencies Podcast Lands Screenplay Deal

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Podcast - Variant FrequenciesMatt Wallace, Parsec-Award winning author for the Variant Frequencies podcast, had some bragging to do on MySpace:

I can safely announce that one of my stories, which originally appeared on the Variant Frequencies podcast, has been optioned by an Australian producer. What’s more, I’ve signed on to adapt it into a feature-length screenplay myself for his production company.”


This is a huge gig for me, creatively and professionally. It’s hardly a million dollar studio deal, but it’s certainly 300 times more than I’ve been paid for any of my other stuff. And it’s a shot, however slim, to break into an industry I honestly never thought I’d have access to. I have no idea if the thing will ever sell, much less be made into an actual movie; I’m dealing with an independent producer here. But so far he’s delivered on everything he said he would. If he can deliver the contacts, who knows? The one thing I do know about Australian filmmakers is that they’re resourceful bastards.”

Congratulations Matt!

Check out more of Matt’s stories in the Failed Cities Monologues, which can be found on