William is a writer originally from Wisconsin now living in Los Angeles, CA. He likes stories about robots, mythology, and romance-- sometimes all at once. He has written novels, screenplays, plays, and audio fiction.
Recent episodes featuring William J. Meyer
When Jordan is invited to a rich and popular girl's birthday party on the same day as her own birthday, her new best friends have a cruel surprise in store. But there's something about Jordan none of them know, and their wicked scheme could lead to a disaster of paranormal proportions. "The Loser" Written and Produced by William J. Meyer. Read and Performed by Emily Strand. Music by Chad Crouch. Licensed under a Creative Commons CC BY-NC 3.0 license. "Happy Birthday to You" written by Patty and Mildred J. Hill and performed by James Hudson. Public domain. Strange/Love Theme by William Seegers. Strange/Love is an audio fiction anthology podcast featuring tales of off-beat love. Fantasy. Sci-Fi. Macabre. strangelovepodcast.com
HELLOOOOWellMy goodnessI feel a bit....emosh...PART THREE EH? And...you've come back for more?! THANK YOUP!In this episode were monologues by these wonderous souls:A wish for my forever by William J Meyer, Her two faces by Danyelle Ellet, Phaedre by Faith McQuinn and a wondrous poem - Glow by Cheyenne BramwellAND they were narrated by these FANTASTICAL PEOPLES - Erika Sanderson, Danielle Ellet, Cheyenne herself, and Jordan Cobb. Do send them messages of joy and happiness if you enjoyed their works!Have had an absolute ball putting this together. Love love love ALLLL of the AMAZING narrators and of course the wonderful writers who made this whole shebang possible. Is this...whimsical? Maybe? Fun? I hope so....I LOVE new writing, I adore listening to brilliant voice actors bring words to life and I enjoy writing harmless fun and hopefully some enjoyable entertainment with a loving space bent. Sorry about the cow thing.I just can't help what happens in my little busy brain.As you can see, I didn't use many real sound effects - apart from blowing a raspberry into the mic for the cowpat. But...instead tried to use sound noises made by the audacity DAW and the ghost hack pack I recently bought. See. I don't have a lot of sound effects and...well...I'm still not sure about all this CC license malarkey so just steered clear. If you would like to hear more QUIRKY VOICES FUN please do let me know! Its a big ole void out there and any feedback is amaazinnggggg! Either by sending things to quirkyvoices@gmail.com, or jumping on my twitter @SarahOfGolding or @QuirkyVoicesI LOVE voice acting too and do a podcast about how to become one for indie audio drama - its called MADIVA PODCAST and is on most podcatchers....if it's not on yours, lemme know!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR LISTENING. Means a lot. I hope to do more so...if you want to ping me a moonologue of your own...do! And send me plot developments, what happened next...anything you like! I owe so much to Tanja Milojevic for being simply awesome all of the time and the cast and writers for bearing with me whilst I got myself gently organised. Find her in so many podcasts and look out for her produced works with Lightning Bolt theatre of the mind.THANK YOU to the dulcet toned Bret Maskill-Watts as narrator,andThe amazing John of Caalo Xan for his music - find out more hereAnd to ALLLLL of my amazing Patreon Supporters who have made this show even possible....a huge thank you for your support. If you would like to help me get (an editor) better at editing, some actual sound effects, or just help fuel more fun projects, please go to myQuirky Voices Patreonor Quirky Voices Ko-fiand you can check out more fun coming up on QuirkyVoices@weebly.comTHANK YOU I HOPE YOU HAVE AN AMAZING DAY / WEEK / MONTH / YEAR / DECADE / CENTURY / LIFE....Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/QuirkyVoices)
The old viking warrior Einarr and his young friend Mikel battle to protect their distant city of Reidun. When Einarr is mortally wounded, Mikel sets out to locate Einarr’s estranged daughter Kára for a final father-daughter reunion. But before they can return, a mysterious figure finds Einarr alone-- and about to breathe his last. "Waiting to Die in a Tent, A Few Thoughts on Valhalla" Written and Produced by William J. Meyer. Starring Boyd Barrett as Einarr. Karin Heimdahl as Hildr. Owen McCuen as Mikel. and Madeline Goshorn as Kára. Featuring the Icelandic folk song "Krummavísur" written by Jón Thoroddsen and performed by Sigurboði Grétarsson. Used with permission. Strange/Love Theme Music by William Seegers. Strange/Love is an audio fiction anthology podcast featuring tales of off-beat love. Fantasy. Sci-Fi. Macabre. strangelovepodcast.com
In the last episode, we left a doomed Sarah, David and Dr. Cellarius as they plunged helplessly into the sun. But their inevitable deaths will not be in vain. We’ll still have some time on this episode to learn about the structure of our main star before they reach the core and get burned to crispy cinders. This is part two of our guest-written episode by William J. Meyer. And you can check out William’s own work at FireOnTheMound.com and StrangeLovePodcast.com And a big thanks to guest cast member Tanja Milojevic for her excellent performance as Dr. Cellarius. You can find Tanja’s own work at LightningBolt Theater of the Mind. This also brings down the curtain on season one of Hostile Worlds. However, as we gear up to plan season two, we’d love to get your feedback, opinions, and suggestions. You can do that by filling out this very brief survey – we really would appreciate your input  Things to Learn What’s so interesting about the sun’s corona? How deep are the layers of the sun, and how do they compare to distances on earth? Where does the sun’s light actually come from? How many years does it take for the sun’s energy to pass through the radiation zone? What is the Black Dwarf phase, and has it ever happened before? What’s in the cold storage container?
Cindy confronts her brother Harry about skipping another family funeral, drudging up old pains, including the time they found their father's strange invention. After the death of their parents, Cindy and Harry uncover the turmoil of their family history and discover that like any addiction, talking to the dead has its price. "Idylls of Camelot" Written, Produced, and Read by William J. Meyer. Music by William Seegers. Starring Kristina Teves and Christopher Karbo. Featuring the song "Angry: A Love Song" by Auto Bonfire. Licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. Strange/Love is a short story anthology podcast featuring tales of off-beat love. Fantasy. Sci-Fi. Macabre. strangelovepodcast.com
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Location
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Episode Count
59
Podcast Count
6
Total Airtime
21 hours, 28 minutes