Episode 323 – With Jennifer Gunnels & Marco Palmieri

On June 20, 2017, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

In episode 323 of the Functional Nerds Podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio welcome Jennifer Gunnels and Marco Palmieri from Tor.com and Tor Labs. Helmed by Senior Editor Marco Palmieri and Editor Jennifer Gunnels, Tor Labs will debut this summer with Steal the Stars, a science fiction audio drama which will be produced in partnership with Gideon Media and written by Mac Rogers, the award-winning writer of the global hit podcast thrillers, The Message and LifeAfter.

Steal the Stars is the story of Dakota Prentiss and Matt Salem, two government employees guarding the biggest secret in the world: a crashed UFO. Despite being forbidden to fraternize, Dak and Matt fall in love and decide to escape to a better life on the wings of an incredibly dangerous plan: They’re going to steal the alien body they’ve been guarding and sell the secret of its existence.

Steal the Stars Tor LabsSteal the Stars is a noir science fiction thriller in 14 episodes, airing weekly from August 2 – November 1, 2017, and available worldwide on all major podcast distributors through the Macmillan Podcast Network. It will be followed immediately by a novelization of the entire serial from Tor Books, as well as an ads-free audio book of the podcast from Macmillan Audio.

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One Response to Episode 323 – With Jennifer Gunnels & Marco Palmieri

  1. Alverant says:

    That was a great episode. I’m definitely interested in learning more and listening to the podcast. Good audio dramas are hard to find (probably due to the costs involved) and my favorites: Decoder Ring Theater and Thrilling Adventure Hour have pretty much discontinued (but seriously, give them a listen – the dialog in the former is really well written).

    I like audio drama more than audio books because of the extra costs and they’re in easily digestible parts. They’re modern versions of radio serials.

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