You may think you know about small towns. You may think you know about high school principals. You may think you know about high society poodles. If you've done some reading about the world, you may think you know about superheroes. If you're very imaginative, you may think you know a thing or two about trolls. And if you hang out with undesirable crowds, you may even know a thing or two about belching. But none of that will prepare you for The Trolls of Lake Maebiewahnapoopie. Any donations made to this book will go directly to First Book, a nonprofit organization with the mission of providing books to children from low-income families.
By Jeff White
13-year-old Bronson Black moves to Colta City with his mysterious Uncle Randolph. When he discovers his father's trunk of secrets he unlocks a new identity. As DOGBOY he uses his trunk of tricks to protect the city from Andrus and the Guild of Thieves. Written by Bill Meeks (meeksmixedmedia.com).
By Bill Meeks
What happens when the clock ticks past midnight? What causes the inexplicable and supernatural to become all too logical and real? What is hiding just in the corner of your eye, just out of sight? What are THE WITCHING HOURS? An anthology of eerie audio dramas, in the mould of THE TWILIGHT ZONE, BLACK MIRROR and THE OUTER LIMITS. Created by award-winning New Zealand playwright Uther Dean and produced by the theatre company My Accomplice (myaccomplice.co.nz) that Uther runs with his friends Hannah and Paul. This is their first podcast. We record them live at the wonderful BATS theatre (bats.co.nz) and couldn’t do it without the Creative Communities funding support from Wellington City Council and Creative New Zealand.
By My Accomplice