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Do That In Real Life?

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Episode One

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Fulton’s Favorite Cap

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Meatball Fulton, the creator of Jack, Ruby, The Android Sisters, and many others, was asked by "Hear Now: The Audio Fiction & Arts Festival," to put together a retrospective for the festival. He selected scenes from his favorite stories, starting with "The Fourth Tower of Inverness," and on through the decades. In fact, he created quite a lavish production, weaving in his comments along with Tim Clark's music. It's also a nice sampler of our stories, especially for those who are not familiar with our productions. And it's Free!

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