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About doctornogrod

Daniel Cossette is a writer, actor, dancer, and mime originally from CT, USA. He's been writing, producing, and acting in scripts since jr. high. At Mimeistry International, Pasadena, CA he double-majored in Mime and Theology. Afterwards he founded Ambassador Arts and produced the shows Say It Louder! and Christmivest, including all original stories; he danced with Ad Deum Dance Company, Houston, TX, and eventually moved to England where works with Springs Dance Company, and directs Infusion Physical Theatre. He is married to a long time friend from the mime school, and currently resides in Cambridge, England.

Episode 71: Lash and Slash

“I count fifteen pirates,” Shaak-Rom relayed, “They’re investigating the Boatman.” “Did Clidjitt get aboard?” Crimson’s voice asked. Her breathing also sounded labored; she was moving thought the ship. “I saw him,” Cort’s voice interjected. Shaak-Rom grit his pointed teeth. It … Continue reading

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Episode 70: It’s a Party!

“I’m waiting…” growled Galhaan. “Emergency depressurization is five minutes,” Crimson whined, “Please, even so we’ll lose a third of the ship’s atmosphere!” “You have two minutes!” The line blinked dead. “Gator!” Crimson yelled. “Yeah, Crims?” Gator’s baritone rumble came down … Continue reading

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Episode 69: Angry Pirates

The Rival shuddered and echoed with the concussion of Andross’ explosives. Crimson stumbled badly. Shaak-Rom’s perfect red and striped arms caught her. She cursed. The depressurization alarm honked; red warning lights ignited over the airlock door. Most of the crew … Continue reading

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Episode 68: Extra-Vehicular Activities

Shaak-Rom handed Andross a pile of door charges. Usually Micron, Tager, or one of the other formally trained crew members handled their forced-entry explosives. But today, apparently, Shaak-Rom was qualified. Andross arched a suspicious eyebrow at the tangle of platiques … Continue reading

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Episode 67: Trapper’s Trap

“We have money!” Crimson added quickly, “There’s no need to any trouble!” “We’ll see,” replied Galhaan. “We will board at your port airlock. No weapons. Any aggression will be met with extreme force.” Crimson couldn’t let that happen. “We’ve sustained … Continue reading

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Book Review: King Solomon’s Mines

Every once and a while I like to go back to the classics. They’re the stories you hear referred to, but were never on your reading-list at school. Maybe they were the first of their kind, or the trend-setter to … Continue reading

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Another Spectacular Future…

I won’t write much, because I want you to follow the link. My friend GR Stoker has done it again, unpacking the beauty and the conflict of the new Star Trek series. Can Gene Roddenberry’s vision of a perfect society … Continue reading

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