As we sit here, wondering if life will ever return to how we once knew it in our lifetimes, I’ve been thinking about The Aspie Dialogues Show and The Role Star and how to better differentiate the two on the site.
To that end, I’m changing gears and formats:
The Aspie Revue
The Aspie Dialogues Show will henceforth be reformatted as The Aspie Revue; a new show full of reviews, skits, segments, and–quite possibly–interviews with guests. Reviews may critique non-ASD-related material, as well as that which carries relevance to ASD communities. I’m not entirely sure what this will specifically look like quite yet.
The Role Star
You may be wondering what will happen to The Role Star if The Aspie Revue will include reviews. The good news is, The Role Star will continue. The potentially disappointing news is, it will now take the role of various PSAs. These will be recorded in-person (i.e., live action vs motion graphics). The Adam (2009) film and the written Atypical reviews will remain under the Role Star label, but as a pilot for The Aspie Revue.
The Aspie Dialogues Show
The Aspie Dialogues Show, as of now, has been officially cancelled, as it is no longer congruent with the streamlining of The Aspie Dialogues’ video content.
I’m not sure what the timeframe of new episodes of either will be, but releases will be on a seasonal basis–i.e., blocks of episodes completed at a time and released on a regular basis each year (13 episodes a season, etc.).
In the meantime, I hope you will consider purchasing your very own copy of Carry On, either in paperback or on your Kindle (see “Carry On” in the menu bar).
May you find peace with yourself, within yourself. Rock on, Spectrumites!