The Ninth Annual Mark Time Awards for the Best Aud…

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The Ninth Annual Mark Time Awards for the Best Audio Science Fiction of the Year (for production year 2004) were presented at the CONvergence Science Fiction Convention at the Sheraton Hotel South in Bloomington, MN on July 1st, 2005.

GOLD MARK TIME AWARD
-No Award given-

SILVER MARK TIME AWARD (tie)
“Paradox”
Strange Interludes, Fort Worth, TX
Stephen Couch, writer/producer

“Snowbank”
Icebox Radio Theater, International Falls, MN
Jeffrey Adams, writer/producer

HONORABLE MENTION
“Rod Renegade: Chaos for Hire”
Texas Radio Theatre, Arlington, TX
Shannan and Rich Frohlich, producers

SPECIAL AWARD – BEST ADAPTATION
“The Menace From Earth”
Atlanta Radio Theater Company, Atlanta, GA
William Alan Ritch, producer. Story by Robert Heinlein.

GOLD OGLE AWARD
“Next Years Girl”
Willamette Radio Workshop, Portland, OR
Sam A. Mowry and Cynthia McGean, producers

SILVER OGLE AWARD
-No Award given-

HONORABLE MENTION
“Three Skeleton Key”
One Act Players, San Mateo, CA
Glenn Carlson, producer

SPECIAL AWARD – BEST ADAPTATION
“Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”
Willamette Radio Workshop, Portland, OR
Sam A. Mowry and Cynthia McGean, producers

Judges for the 2004 Mark Time and Ogle Awards were:
Simon Jones – “Arthur Dent” in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Kris Markman – National Audio Theatre Festivals
Brian Price – Great Northern Audio Theatre
Philip Proctor – The Firesign Theatre
Jerry Stearns – Great Northern Audio Theatre

Congratulations to everyone!

I, for one, have only heard one of these productions – if you are a producer of science fiction, fantasy, or horror audio drama, please consider sending them our way for review on SFFAudio. Click here to contact me for more information.

Posted by Scott D. Danielson

Scott D.

Reviews Editor, SFFaudio

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