27 Sep

Tiny Dreams

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Tiny Dreams are joyous celebrations of life. They’re humorous, intricately produced, and very detailed. They are short stories that run less than 2 minutes each, but there are 34 dreams in total, so they do add up.

They may be small, but they have a big heart and a sweet soul. In their own strange way, they were inspired by the movies that are projected inside our brains while we’re asleep.

And there isn’t even one nightmare! We figured the daily news covers that just fine. We also figured you could use a few laughs … or at least some smiles.


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27 Apr

90 Second Cellphone Chillin’ Theater

90secondHere are some tasty little treats, 50 short Chillin’ stories.  They all take place on cellphones.  It appears the author, Meatball Fulton, opened a trapdoor in his skull and out hopped these little demons.

There’s nothing really, truly, scary here.  In fact, most are hilarious, or at least the author thinks so.  And even though we call these “tasty little treats,” you may find a few totally lacking in taste.  They are zany, bent, and bizarre.

Some are bound to become classics, stories like – “Get Yo Big Albino Butt Offa Mah Street!” “Big Bruno says, “So Long, Sweet Dreams, Sucker,” “The Return of the Werediva,” “Ghouls Galore” (a comment on our elections), “Betty Big Boobs Meets Vinnie the Vampire,” “Things That Go Splat in the Night,” “Shameful Wanda and Her Wicked Wereass,” and a truly awesome work of art, “Detective Barney Big Butt Meets Little Marvin the Midget.”  2 hours.

​​For fans of audio drama, radio drama, radio adventure, short radio dramas, and scary radio drama.


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27 Apr

Best of Saratoga Springs

BSARThese little gems are so hilarious, you’ll be convulsed with laughter, gasping for air. With occasional comments by the author, good ol’ Meatball Fulton.

Saratoga Springs was originally produced as 90 (4) minute daily episodes for National Public Radio. So many of these episodes, dealing with the lives and loves of a whole cast of wacky characters in this charming town of Saratoga Springs, are brilliant little gems. But we found that not many people will spend 6 1/2 hours listening to a series about a town they couldn’t care less about, so it was edited down to 2 1/2 hours. What a shame, because some of the finest and funniest things we’ve ever done are buried in here. So, we decided to take the very best episodes, add the author as a character to tie things together, and tell this story in a different way.  2.5 hours.

​For fans of audio drama, radio drama, radio adventure, adventure radio drama, and short radio dramas.


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27 Apr

Dishpan Fantasy

DPWhen Dora tries a new dish detergent called, “Blue Goddess,” she is suddenly whisked away to an unearthly paradise where strange and wonderful things appear.  Husband Aldo soon follows and in this swaying tropical Shangri-La, where the trees, flowers and even the breezes sing to Dora and Aldo (now Ador and Odla), they find themselves in a pagan past, where they rediscover their love for each other.

Literally a soap opera, “Dishpan Fantasy” takes you on a mythic journey to a time when women were goddesses and men were – well – pan-like goats.  1 hour.

​​For fans of audio drama, radio drama, radio adventure, adventure radio drama, radio mysteries, exotic metaphysical mysteries, and funny radio drama.


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27 Apr

Saratoga Springs: Original Radio Version

SSSaratoga Springs, Life in Small Town America.

Is this the charming town, known for it’s spas, horse racing and potato chips?  What happens to Zippy, the mail lady, when White Boy rick talks her into trying his famous “magic mushrooms?”  Was Zippy really chased down Broadway by Breughel’s infernal Bagels from Hell?  And what about Born Again Billie and the devilish Domingo Buster Bugatti, or the wealthy widow Penny Nicholson-Dimes?  There’s the bank manager, Ducks Quackenbush; the ex-bookie Blue Jaw Magoon; CIA-trained Weasel Ricardo; Ila Mae of the Road Kill Café; and Lena Spencer, founder of Caffe Lena.  Plus, Gypsy Markoff, New Age Nancy, that southern belle, Baby Jasmine Honeysuckle, and her spirit guide, Chief Buffalo Chip, and the ice cream man, Mr. Stiffy.  How real are these characters?  6.5 hours.

“Saratoga Springs, a sort of avant-garde Peyton Place without the angst … fascinating, thoroughly offbeat … handled with a light touch and a good deal of whimsy.”  – Weekly Variety.


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