Imagine a world with superhumans. You’ve got heroes, you’ve got villains, you’ve got… an NPR style radio station aimed at supers? The creators of the Superhuman Public Radio podcast join me to discuss the gig economy for henchmen, the immigrant rights of extraterrestrials, and how their love for comic books as moral allegory drove this project.
SPR is an independent, nonprofit media organization that was founded on a mission to create a more informed Superhuman public. Every day, SPR connects with millions of Superhumans on the air, online, and in person to explore the news, ideas, and what it means to be Superhuman. Through its network of member stations, SPR makes local stories national, national stories local, and global stories personal.
To learn more about Superhuman Public Radio go to https://www.superhumanpublicradio.com/ or subscribe to their podcast on your favorite podcast app!
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Follow them on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/sprpod, or Twitter @sprpod, and if you want a deep dive, follow @VLNpod for the twitter of the Villainous League News and @HeroicLegion for the voice of he Heroic Legion.
John Dorsey is the son of a failed magician and successful businesswoman, which doomed him to become a storyteller. For the past 10 years he’s worked in the film industry both above and below the line. Most recently his pilot script Profit won the San Francisco International Screenwriting Competition. He lives just outside Washington, DC with his wife, son and dog.
Maximilian Clark has dedicated his life to creating soulful art that strips society bare to its core and to writing “guy getting hit in the nuts” skits for his little comedy friends. He co-created and wrote the Starz Digital Series “Llama Cop” and his projects have been official selections at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal, ITVFest, and dozens of others. His own mother once described his collective works as “Not bad.”