Eddie Louise & Chip Michael: Success, music, inspiration, and steampunk in audio drama

For Eddie Louise, writing Sage and Savant was figuring out the story behind a dream she had.

A dream in which she intentionally electrocuted herself, she told me on the latest episode of Soundwright Spotlight.

Click here for the full episode on Spotify, and here on Anchor.




Soundwright Spotlight brings you conversations about audio dramas around the web. We’re here to share insights about the craft — and we recommend your next listen! Soundwright Spotlight is a product of Conceit Media.

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