Website Update

You may have noticed our website was under maintenance for the past few months. We were unfortunately dealing with some backend issues. (Quite boring if you are not into that sorta thing, if you are I’m sure you probably know more than I do about it.)

The good news is the site is back up and running again!

We are still tweaking many aspects of the site! So please excuse some of the more “rough around the edges” aspects and enjoy learning more about our content.

Thanks for your patience and as always HAPPY LISTENING!

Andrew Sudol
Official FCA “Wearer of many hats”

Are you ever going to record COLD FIRE and SHATTERGLASS?

Versions of this (“Why haven’t you . . .?” “Did you ever . . . ?”) are hands down the most common questions that pop up on our Facebook page these days. As to the why haven’t we, the answer is simple, and sad. We ran out of money. The 2008 economic meltdown, plus a back-stabbing by a corporate partner, hit FCA really hard. But, as I like to say, we ain’t dead yet! Tammy and I have talked many times about trying to do these. And, yes, we have discussed doing a Kickstarter if we ever do decide to tackle them. However the barrier isn’t only financial. Inertia is a factor as well. Getting projects this big into motion would take a huge amount of effort, since I no longer have a full support team in place, and we would have to gather an enormous team of actors. So for now I’m sticking to shorter projects with smaller cast. Even so, I haven’t given up on the idea of returning to the Circle World!

Coming Attractions


by Cynthia DeFelice

When Erik Carlson’s parents are both deployed overseas, Erik is sent to North Dakota to live with his grandparents. Things quickly go bad, and when he is faced with losing a dog he has come to love, Erik takes to the wild in this great wilderness survival story
Narrated by the Cynthia DeFelice and the Full Cast Family

So, this is happening!

Susan Simmons is upset to learn that her favorite teacher, Ms. Schwartz, has left school with no warning. Things get even worse when she meets their new teacher, the stricter-than-strict Mr. Smith. Soon sixth grade is going bad faster than a dead fish on a hot day.
Then Susan discovers Mr. Smith’s fantastic secret: he’s really a disguised alien planning to kidnap some of her classmates.

To unmask the extraterrestrial in their midst, Susan enlists the help of Peter, the class brain. Duncan, the class bully, insists on helping too. But what can three kids do against such a powerful creature?

NOTE: This recording is a production of Listening Library. We have it on hand because it was written by our publisher, Bruce Coville.