The first day of Spring was yesterday, and with it comes some significant changes to a few projects I’ve had in the fire. If you’re interested, here’s a few updates.
Fault Lines, a site I poured my blood, sweat, and tears into for about two years, is nonexistent at this point. I will be migrating some of the older material that got better views to MiD, and potentially to Medium as the time comes. Eventually I may take the lion’s share of what I did at Fault Lines and put it into an anthology.
To every contributor to Fault Lines, past or present, you have my endless respect, love, and admiration for all you did. One day we shall rise again and raise hell together. If you’re ever in my neck of the woods we’ll crack a jar.
The Sit Down with Chris Seaton is my latest project. Originally the fourth hour of “That Midday Show,” The Sit Down is a news and talk program where we discuss all manner of issues from legislators behaving badly to “The Bachelor.” You can find it wherever podcasts are sold or stolen.
The Sit Down also has a YouTube channel where we discuss short topics. Expect me to play more with video in the coming months. I’ve enjoyed what I’ve come up with for YT greatly.
Mediation is Dead will still continue. It will be the primary source for all my writing going forward, so keep an eye on the site because as I have more time to pour into my own personal piece of the Internet I’ll continue to make it worth your attention.
Film: I’ll be releasing the details of a project I’ll be shooting this summer that will capture your attention. Working on “Silenced” and “Un/Convention” was a life-changing experience and I don’t see that going away any time soon. This new project, code named “Miranda,” will see probably a turnaround in the fall depending on how the start of funding goes.
Stay tuned. Stay frosty.
I am Chris Seaton.
Mediation is Dead.