Episodes

July 9, 2021

Episode 7 - Miraculously Misplaced

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

“Hello world. This is Chronicling Log One, of Doctor Felix Augustine Couvillion.”

CONTENT WARNINGS: yelling, peril, brief claustrophobia, mentions of unreality, paranoia, and the fear of going insane.

This episode, Miraculously Misplaced, was written by Lauren Tucker, edited by Luka Miller, and directed by Lauren Tucker and Jesse Smith. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, and Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, with original music by Julia Barnes, and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

Bonus sound effects courtesy of the National Park Service, Wikimedia Commons in the public domain, and Freesound.org under a Creative Commons 0 License.

June 21, 2021

Episode 6 - Flowers in the Storm

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

"CQD, CQD. This is Officer Athena Romero, Comms Officer with OEC #0137-F. This is a 20-74 Code Drag.”

CONTENT WARNINGS: panic/peril, yelling

This episode, Flowers in the Storm, was written by Lauren Tucker, Luka Miller, and Jesse Smith, edited by Luka Miller, and and directed by Lauren Tucker and Jesse Smith. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, and Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, with additional voices by Ventus and Briar Zachary, original music by Julia Barnes, and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

Bonus sound effects courtesy of the National Park Service, Wikimedia Commons in the public domain, and Freesound.org under a Creative Commons 0 License.

June 7, 2021

Bonus Episode #2 - Spring Cleaning

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

Dr. Emily Macey does a bit of tidying up.

This bonus episode, Spring Cleaning, was written by Luka Miller and Jesse Smith, edited by Jesse Smith, and directed by Jesse Smith, Luka Miller, and Lauren Tucker. It starred Lauren Tucker as the voice of Dr. Emily Macey, Luka Miller as the voice of Marsha Francis, Jackson Rossman as the voice of Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as the voice of Felix Couvillion, Ventus as the voice of Anonymous Caller, Griffin Berlstein as the voice of Archie Armstrong, Val West as the voice of Charlotte, and Lark Ophelia as the voice of Emily's personal AI: Viola, with additional voices by Briar Zachary. Original music by Julia Barnes, and sound editing by Jesse Smith.

May 24, 2021

Episode 5 - Up in Smoke

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

Relationships are mended, discussed, and strained as the crew awaits the equipment shipment.

CONTENT WARNINGS: smoking, yelling, brief panic, brief profanity.

This episode, Up in Smoke, was written by Jesse Smith and Lauren Tucker, edited by Luka Miller, and directed by Lauren Tucker and Jesse Smith. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, and Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, with additional voices by Ventus, Lauren Tucker, and Luka Miller, original music by Julia Barnes, and sound editing by Tobias Friedman. Additional translations by Pippa van Beek-Patterson.

Bonus sound effects courtesy of the National Park Service, and Freesound.org under a Creative Commons 0 License.

Be sure to stay tuned to our feed for future content. We will be going on a short hiatus to prepare for our second act, but we will release a bonus episode on June 7 and return with episode 6 on June 21.

May 10, 2021

Episode 4 - A Little Piece of Home

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

The crew enjoys an afternoon of well-deserved downtime.

Micro-Cosmos: A New Science Fiction Podcast.

This episode, Looking Up, was written by Lauren Tucker, edited by Luka Miller, and directed by Lauren Tucker, Zyrel Thompson, and Jesse Smith. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, and Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

Bonus sound effects courtesy of the National Park Service, and Freesound.org under a Creative Commons 0 License.

April 26, 2021

Episode 3 - A Little Piece of Home

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

The crew celebrates a special day.

This episode, A Little Piece of Home, was written by Lauren Tucker and Zyrel Thompson, edited by Luka Miller, and directed by Lauren Tucker, Zyrel Thompson, and Jesse Smith. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, and Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

Bonus sound effects courtesy of the National Park Service, and Freesound.org under a Creative Commons 0 License.

April 12, 2021

Episode 2 - Turn and Draw

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

A strange beast torments the crew.

Micro-Cosmos: A New Science Fiction Podcast, now airing biweekly.

This episode, Turn and Draw, was written by Jesse Smith, and directed by Lauren Tucker and Jesse Smith. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, and Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

April 1, 2021

Bonus Episode #1: The Felix Couvillon Show

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

A strange incident involving banana peels and lemon juice... Happy April Fools!

Micro-Cosmos: A New Science Fiction Podcast, now airing biweekly.

This bonus episode, The Felix Couvillion Show, was written by Jesse Smith and directed by Jesse Smith. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, and Lauren Tucker as Emily Macey, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Jesse Smith.

Bonus sound effects courtesy of Freesound.org under a Creative Commons 0 License.

March 22, 2021

Episode 1 - An Infant World

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

The crew adjusts to their new life on Ophiuchus.

Micro-Cosmos: A New Science Fiction Podcast, now airing biweekly.

This episode, An Infant World, was written by Lauren Tucker, and directed by Lauren Tucker, Jesse Smith, and Zyrel Thompson. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, Luka Miller as Alex de la Cruz, Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, Kaleb Piper as Felix Couvillion, Pippa van Beek-Patterson as Unit C41, Cassidy Leo as Charlotte-Bot and Charlotte-Actual, and Lauren Tucker as Emily Macey, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

Bonus sound effects courtesy of the National Park Service.

February 15th, 2021

Trailer #3 - Gelid Gratitude

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

Officer Romero records her first log.

Micro-Cosmos: A New Science Fiction Podcast, premiering in March of 2021.

This trailer, Gelid Gratitude, was written by Jesse Smith and Lauren Tucker, and directed by Lauren Tucker and Zyrel Thompson. It starred Jesse Smith as Athena Romero, and featured Luka Miller as Alex dela Cruz, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

January 11th, 2021

Trailer #2 - Joy's Soul

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

The Omni-Corporation does a bit of advertising.

Micro-Cosmos: A New Science Fiction Podcast, premiering in March of 2021.

This trailer, Joy's Soul, was written by Jesse Smith, and directed by Jesse Smith, Lauren Tucker, and Zyrel Thompson. It starred Cassidy Leo as Charlotte and Jackson Rossman as Miles Abbott, and featured additional voices by the cast of Micro-Cosmos, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.

December 14th, 2020

Trailer #1 - Until Tonight Becomes Tomorrow

[AUDIO] [TRANSCRIPT]

Dr. Emily Macey gives a final report.

Micro-Cosmos: A New Science Fiction Podcast, premiering in March of 2021.

This trailer, Until Tonight Becomes Tomorrow, was written by Lauren Tucker, and directed by Jesse Smith and Zyrel Thompson. It starred Lauren Tucker as Dr. Emily Macey, with original music by Julia Barnes and sound editing by Tobias Friedman.