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Rocket Molly Syndicate: (audiobook)

Chicago May 19th 1931
High heels, clicking on fine marble, announced the entrance of five gorgeous dames, marching in lockstep. Each dame had an oversized handbag on her right elbow and a violin case in her left hand, and sported a poker face that cut the air like a switchblade. The dames brushed past the coatroom like an ex-lover, and the sultry air in the grand ballroom turned icy, getting colder with each step....Subscribe on iTunes to listen to the entire story or download the story, included in the free eBook Dieselpunk ePulp Showcase v.2, compiled by John Picha.

Subscribe on iTunes! Listen to Rocket Molly Syndicate written by John Taylor and read by Robin Dahlberg.

Read more about Rocket Molly Syndicate at John Taylor's Iron Triceratops Project.

To listen: Subscribe on iTunes or download the MP3 of Rocket Molly Syndicate. This file is a 128MB MP3.

cast & crew

John Taylor................................. Author
Robin Dahlberg................................. Narrator
I. Noah Writer................................. Introduction
Ted Slominski................................. A Sound Guy
John Picha................................. Banner art
Anita Dime................................. Audio rookie
Flatcar6 Studios................................. Producer

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about us

Coffee Contrails features original noir and sci-fi "radio" plays & audiobooks.

our mission

Coffee Contrails offers a method for emerging artists from a variety of mediums to collaborate and create new art as a group. It showcases their works, provides state-of-the art sound equipment, professional editing, and project management, enabling artists to express their unique craft. From writing, to visual art, to voice acting, Coffee Contrails provides access to the entry-level artist.

Begin with one person's story. Now add voices, music, and sound effects. The story continues to morph, a new creative thing made by many. Add visual "cover art" and share with others.

Like that old Reese's commercial: "Your peanut butter is in my chocolate. Your chocolate is in my peanut butter." Coffee Contrails pairs self-publishing authors with local artistic talent, providing access to recording equipment and the internet know-how to share with the world.

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Arts Council Santa Cruz County

Many thanks to the cast and crew that volunteered their time to create these stories.

Coffee Contrails has received a 2014 Develop Grant from the Arts Council Santa Cruz County. This award will be used to build a business and financial plan to grow the Coffee Contrails podcast. Read more >>

Special thanks to BlueOnly.tv for contributing recording and audio editing expertise.

Also, couldn't have done it without the awesome sound effect libraries available for purchase at The Hollywood Edge.

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