Fri, 12 September 2008
If you had asked me 3 years ago if I was ending the Voice of Free Planet X on Episode 160, I’d probably be impressed I stuck with it so long. Its not been perfect—there’s some loose ends here and there, I’ll do my best to address them in other formats. But the experiment that was the Voice of Free Planet X is over, and I call it success. I set out to bring my fiction to a new audience, and while I did that, the downside was that I wasn’t writing as much fiction as I wanted. So I’m ending the podcast, so I can do what I was doing before the podcast: writing stories.
The Voice of Free Planet X has allowed me to meet a variety of people I would have never met otherwise, some of whom I now count as close friends. It’s allowed me to play with formats, to listen to new music, and to make things I never would have otherwise. And for all these things and more, I am grateful.
More than that, it allowed me to connect with one of the most erudite, humorous and dedicated audiences in all of the podiosphere—this is true; I’ve listened to other podcasts feedback episodes. Thank for listening. All of you.
This archive and feed will remaining up, as Aliens You Will Meet will continue. Any guest appearances on other folks shows will appear here, as well. And, when it’s ready, the first season of Free Planet X TV will be here as well.
As always, thank you for listening.
The world always
seems brighter when you've just made something that wasn't there before.
The Voice of Free Planet X theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net
Thu, 11 September 2008
Since Ghichrilus is now a quarantined plague world, it will not be required to land on its surface. However, it would be polite to slow down and wave out the window.