OUR WORK

Here encompasses our work both past and present.

A story about an oil field worker who falls down into a place where men aren’t supposed to go and sees things men are not supposed to see. And so, viewed in just the light of its narrative, the story is a tale of maddening horror- mysterious in its nature, with a fun twist at the end.

File Type – Horror Short Story
Story – C.S. Humble
Narration – C.S. Humble
Ambient Sound and Audio Work – Joe Wilkinson

This opening prologue in the The Lord of the Rings provides an introduction to Hobbits, who serve as the altogether unlikely heroes during the Third Age of Middle Earth. This section, in particular, gives us a brief overview of who Hobbits are and how they came to be that way in the world at large. In its completed form this will be a free audiobook for all interested.
Howard Shore’s incredible original score from The Lord of the Rings films is used to capture the emotional sentiment we believe fits Tolkien’s narrative.

File Type – Epic Fantasy Novel
Story – J.R.R. Tolkien
Narration – C.S. Humble
Ambient Sound and Audio Work – Joe Wilkinson

A poem of cosmic horror written by Howard Phillips Lovecraft, first published through a collection of Lovecraft’s writing in 1963.

File type – Cosmic Horror Poetry
Poem – H.P. Lovecraft
Narration/Style – C.S. Humble/Performance Reading
Ambient Sound and Audio Work – Joe Wilkinson

A collection of sections from this classic horror story by Ambrose Bierce; wherein madness and dangerous business pacts are woven together to form ghastly thrills. This story and audio was featured on the H.P. Lovecraft literary podcast in 2014

File Type- Selected readings
Story – Ambrose Bierce
Narration – C.S. Humble
Audio Work – Joe Wilkinson

A collection of quotes from a short story written by H.G. Wells and published in 1896, this gothic yarn spins a harrowing tale of how pride and mortal confidence can pit man against forces he should dare not cross. This story was featured on the H.P. Lovecraft literary podcast in 2014.

File Type- Selected readings
Story – H.G. Wells
Narration – C.S. Humble
Audio Work – Joe Wilkinson