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Here we have the opportunity to spread stories through the theatre of the mind All across the cyber bi-ways and radial beacons We are inclusive. We are eclectic. We are collective. Join the Society today!

Customer Reviews

Great source for audioplays

The best thing about The Sonic Society is their variety. You could be listening to sci-fi one day and then historical fiction the next. But rest-assured, they'll both be excellent. :) You should check this out even if you think you won't like radioplays - it's an excersize in imagination! Not to mention, Jack and Shannon are awesome hosts!

Best In Class

This is an outstanding program that provides great variety and introductions to other outstanding theaters of the mind. I look forward to the banter between Jack and Shannon nearly as much as the dramas they host. My favorite among them is Powder River - C. William Anderson aka Travis C. Ward.

I'm seriously addicted... and I love it

Okay, I love this podcast so much, I already designed a tattoo around it. This podcast introduces the world of audio drama / radio plays to a whole new generation... free. Every week I set out on an adventure, discovering whole worlds completely new and inspiring. I've cried with "old wounds" and triumphed with "Dan Dare". I've hated "the company" and time traveled with "chip"... This podcast ignites the imagination and is worth of movement spent listening.

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