What is MonkeyTales? Break it down for me.
- Hopepunk – an optimistic, positive take on storytelling (not where we always win, but where we always fight – and always care)
- Audio Fiction – just what it sounds like, stories in podcast form – we wrote an article all about it
- Anthology – an ongoing series of one-shot episodes, each a tale all its own
Check out the details here!
Episode 1 – “Stars”
Sena Bryer (she/her) – Sena is a Los Angeles-based voice actor and writer. Relatively new to the acting world, her current credits include the narrator of the Steam Whistle Alley audiobook, and roles in the audio dramas The Pilgrimage Saga and Kalila Stormfire’s Economical Magick Services. She is also the author of the Dreambound novel series. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, tabletop RPGs, and petting dogs.
Cole Burkhardt (they/them) – Cole Burkhardt currently resides in Washington D.C and has tried everything from streaming tabletop games on Twitch to spelunking deep underground. They are the Creator and Co-Producer of the Piece of Cake Podcasting Network, a network devoted to helping people of color within the podcasting industry. They have voiced and produced a variety of podcasts, such as Unplaced, Project Ozma and Counterbalance. When they’re not working, Cole is traveling to conventions across the East Coast, discussing gender and sexuality in video games, tabletop games, podcasts and most other forms of media.
Twitter ** Website ** Piece of Cake
Episode 2 – “Super”
Martin Chodorek (he/him) – Marty is a Torontonian tabletop roleplaying gaming enthusiast who is trying to be more than the sum of his privileged parts. He has frolicked in the worlds of D.J.’s imagination many times before and feels honoured to have been invited to return. He hopes you enjoy the sound of his voice and will have occasion to hear it in other places of the uncharted cyberwilderness soon.
Episode 3 – “Chance”
featuring Tina Daniels and Danielle Shemaiah; written by D.J. Sylvis
Episode 4 – “A Man Who Wasn’t There”
(Release Date March 9, 2020)
featuring Shannon Perry; written by D.J. Sylvis