Law of Names: Scripted
Audio Drama & Fiction
The void is cold, but not lonely.An audio science fiction anthology.Releases on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month.
Law of Names: Unscripted
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Working With Law of Names
Cast & Crew
Though our shows share many of the same people, each has its own distinct style, and approach to creation. Follow the links below to read a little more about how each show is made, and what the experience working on it is like.
We're always open to connecting with other creators, and other audio drama projects.As a network, we mostly are here to support and encourage each other, and to spread out some of the work that goes into producing shows, and bringing them to the ears of audiences.Projects that are part of this network are diverse and inclusive, including race, ethnicity, national background, language, accent, gender, and sexuality.If you are interested in bring your audio drama or fiction to our network, please either email Lee, or contact us on Twitter.If you have an actual play you'd like to bring to the network, please check out Law of Names: Unscripted for more information.
Law of Names Media is coordinated & organized by
Lee Alder Seguinte
Joining the network
Working on Breathing Space
Breathing Space is an anthology show with season of ~13 episodes, created and produced by Lee Seguinte & Scott Paladin. It is recorded concurently as much as possible, with actors asked to do independent recordings either for solo scenes, or if schedule just can't be arranged. The cast for each episode in each season is different, though actors are encouraged to audition for multiple parts over multiple seasons.
"...Good, fun, well-organized. Behind the scenes, a great community of people who will casually drop an exquisitely detailed 3D render of the concept of heartbreak or a beautifully stylized scene from an episode in chat like "work was slow today, drew this on a napkin." Truly incredible, couldn't ask for better. "
- Kale Brown, actor/editor, season 2
"I've never directed writing before, so having the support of the actors I was working with was really goddamn cool. As much as I can get bad brain about my own creative work, the BSFF crew really help to mitigate it with much-welcome positivity."
- Olivia Cottle, actor season 1, writer/actor season 2
"Incredibly welcoming and enthusiastic creative environment, and very smoothly run on the production side! Easy and quick communication with showrunners, well organized Discord server, all around great experience. "
- Kasha Mika, actor, season 2
"It's been very welcoming, encouraging, and active. Being in and a part of the BSFF server has certainly set the bar for my interactions in other podcast servers i'm in."
- Kris Allison, actor, seasons 1 & 2
"As a writer, I knew I could put out ideas and get critiques of my work that helped make it better. As my first experience writing for an audio drama, while I felt nervous, I also felt comfortable and excited. I was able to write something that fit into the world with the help of the others and I wasn't the only one."
- Charlie Caruso-Neil, actor season 1, writer/actor season 2
"Law of Names make my favourite projects to work on. They bring together people who have an enthusiasm and energy for the beautiful stories being told and everyone lifts up and supports one another.BSFF has been incredibly professional, having a clear flow from script-pitching to auditions to recording, and it is the standard to which I will hold all future projects I work on. At the same time, the atmosphere among the cast and crew is one of friendship and camaraderie, and it's only Discord server I'm actually active on.The recording sessions being done live with other actors and directors really pushed me to deliver when voice acting and allowed me to play off my castmates. The directors also really supported us in finding the voices of our characters, and encouraged us to change things and ad lib during sessions. "
- Vic Collins, actor, seasons 1 & 2
Working on Arcadia, CA
Arcadia, CA is a serialize audio drama, with over 30 currently-released episodes, created and produced by Lee Seguinte. It has a cast of around 10 people, with a core cast of about 5, and a few occasionally-appearing parts. It is recorded concurrently as much as possible, with solo scene done independently.Episodes are recorded in parts based on actors involved, and there are generally 1-2 recording sessions a week of no more than an hour.
Cast comentary coming soon.
Working on Devoid of Space
Devoid of Space is an scifi horror anthology audio drama, created and produced by Charlie Caruso-Neal. It follows a similar recording format to Breathing Space-- recording concurently as much as possible, with actors asked to do independent recordings either for solo scenes, or if schedule just can't be arranged. The cast for each episode in each season is different, though actors are encouraged to audition for multiple parts over multiple seasons.
"I just felt very at home, comfy, and jovial all while there was this air of professionalism...I can't wait to have opportunities to work with y'all again and improve my craft with and for the projects y'all got in store."
- Lafayette Uttarapong, Actor, S1
Working on Stellar Guardians
Stellar Guardians is a serialize audio drama, created and produced by Thomas Flemming. It follows a similar recording pattern to Arcadia, CA, wtih a consistent cast who appear in most episodes, and supporting characters who have occational parts. It is recorded concurrently as much as possible, with solo scene done independently.Episodes are recorded in parts based on actors involved, and there are generally 1-2 recording sessions a week of no more than an hour.
Cast comentary coming soon.
Working on Translating Arcadia
Translating Arcadia is an audio fiction podcast created & produced by Lee Seguinte. It is made up of short stories recorded independently by narrators.
"I had a lot of fun exploring the uniqueness of a narrated piece, after only having worked alongside other actors. It was a great way to explore how I could think about and approach a piece before director input, then see what changes I could make after feedback. I also just loved working with pieces that flowed in such a spellbinding way.Translating Arcadia was firstly an exercise in solo artistic interpretation, which was really interesting. We were a group of writers and/or voice actors working on the different but related field of narrated short audio stories. I think the result is a fascinating blend between acting and reading aloud slightly different than either."
- Rebecca Krause, narrator, Containment
What & Why & Who
To know the true and complete name of something is to be able to control it.Law of Names Media is a collection of projects that were each made with intention, but came together organically, and without a great deal of conscious volition. What was one podcast primarially under one director, became two, became four, became a half-dozen projects, with multiple originators and contributors.Now, we are a group of people who work together, and toward similar goals. Though the projects are different, every creator here pushes themselves to create work that makes the world better, for its existence.We are here to tell stories. And stories should be just as strange, and wild, and diverse, and beautiful, as the people who tell them.
Law of Names was created initially out of spite.They said we couldn't. So we did.And so we are.The spite has largely faded, but the results remain.We create the works we want to see, and the worlds we want to explore. We fill them with people who represent us and our communities.
Lee was the first person who fell under the banner of Law of Names, & he continues to organize, maintain, and generally herd cats for the now-expanded entity that is LoN Media.He's fairly sure he isn’t a changeling, but wouldn’t tell you if he were.He grew up thinking that quicksand would be a much larger threat to his life than it has been, and that the primary rule of hiking is that you never take the same trail on the way back.He loves tattoos, and honey, and pomegranates, and glitter, and realizes that he often sounds like a hipster despite his best intentions.He has spent the majority of his creative life trying to recreate The NeverEnding Story and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie (1990).He lives in Sacramento, California in a Freehold with his husband, another debatably Arcadian, five cats with lofty names, a dog called Ivysaur, and cages full of creepy dolls.If you want to talk to him, you can email him or message him on Discord as KnightOfCups#0290