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It’s been a little quiet around here lately because I’m busy working on the scripts for the first season of “For Science!” and the second season of “Poplar Cove“. Hooray!

November is always a busy time here in my moving blanket -lined office. With Thanksgiving, NaNoWriMo, and holiday prep, it’s always a little nuts. Words and turkeys flying everywhere.
We still plan on making a few changes so keep an eye out for that. Next week I will be posting the second have of “In-Between Episodes: Q/A”. If you miss our antics, take a gander at some of our/my social media profiles.
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In Between Episodes: Blooper Reel

In which I blather on about what we’ll be doing in between seasons and you get to hear the season 1 blooper reel.


“Beyond Dazed” Broke for Free ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

“Marty Gots a Plan” Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License



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POPLAR COVE: THE PODCAST – S1E4.5: “Lawsuits/F&W Cafe/The Cab in Yellow/Pirate Pete’s”

Come along with a Poplar Covian as he makes his way to work.


“Greta Sting”

“Neo Western”

“As I Figure”

“Meatball Parade”


All the music was composed by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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What is Poplar Cove?

“Poplar Cove: The Podcast” is a biweekly podcast with full length episodes that are uploaded once every two weeks. Though, you may notice a few fun extras in between episodes. The borders at Poplar Cove, WA open on July 18th, 2017.


You are about to enter Poplar Cove, Washington. Visitors are allowed access for one week maximum, with each trip ending no later than the following new moon.

Poplar Cove has a strict code of ethics and a stricter set of consequences. The result is a peaceful, enclosed community filled with log cabins, talking spiders with nicotine addictions, elk, and the occasional angry mob. Meet the residents, mingle with the witches, sip on some coffee, fall into comas, and get to know the narrator.

Town bylaws which each citizen, cult member and visitor must follow include:

  • Handguns are not permitted. Other types of weapons (including crossbows, large wooden globes, sharp tongues, staplers, and large anvils) are permitted as long as they are not aimed at the mayor.
  • Do not question the authorities. Do you know what farce means? Good.
  • Never leave valuables unattended. Keep them on you at all times. We are not responsible for the burglaries that happen at the local bed and breakfasts. Our mosquitoes and bees have learned how to pick the locks and we no longer have full access to their mind control chips.
  • Do not anger the elder gods. The fire department is incredibly undermanned and they won’t help you anyway.


If you are applying for residence, hand deliver the completed application (below) to the man in the tall tower.