Continuing with our theme of family for this month, we turn to one that is lost. Particularly one person – Peri. If dealing with agroaphobia wasn’t bad enough, her home has begun to change its location every day. When her home starts popping up in a new location every day, she forces herself to face her fears – and hopes to find her lost brother along the way. Written by Eli Barraza and produced by Mischa Stanton, The Far Meridian has been developed through a crew with previous experience working on ars PARADOXICA (check it out if you haven’t heard it already). The story has an introspective feel that is both touching and keeps the listener engaged, with a detailed soundscape that is almost a character of it’s own. This show, we have the first four episodes of The Far Meridian back-to-back: “The Outside”, “Overpass”, “The Bus Stop” and “Prayer”. Happy listening!
A quick note! If you’re in the Northwest this coming December, The Far Meridian will be at PodCon in Seattle 12/9-12/10, taking part in a Writing Workshop along with writers from The Bright Sessions and ars PARADOXICA. Visit, participate and say hi! And if you can’t make it out to the Workshop, you can show your support for the show at their Patreon page, Patreon.com/TheFarMeridian.