Founded August 2014

Blueprint &

Engine, Ultd.

Finely Crafted Multiverses

About The Podcast

About The Podcast

It's currently untitled, yeah, we know that's kind of a problem.

iin Greyhurst, New York, there is a science fiction based college called Eastgate University where students can major in anything from xenobiology or comparative mythologies. Two students, Friday Wakefield and Ashley De la Vega, uncover a mysterious cassette tape that neither of them really knows how to play anymore, except in the old tape deck of their college radio station, WEGU, where they currently have their own show announcing the weekly current events at three o’clock in the morning. It’s kinda like Welcome to Night Vale mixed with Parks & Recreation.

 

You undress me with your words and then you wound me with them. And the wounds quietly follow me home at night, trailing after my footsteps. I could create a path to the moon with all the blood you’ve spilled.

Blueprint & Engine
Our Team

Our Team

We make weird stuff.

KT Ismael
KT Ismael
Multiverse Architect

KT Ismael is a musician, writer, engineer, and merchant sailor. With his band, wemew, he writes and performs original acoustic rock songs and is currently working on an album of science-fiction folk music. With his writing partner, Jilly Dreadful, he is working on a number of speculative fiction projects. In between, he works as a licensed engineer on various commercial ships and procrastinates.

Jilly Dreadful
Jilly Dreadful
Writer/Re-writer

Jilly Dreadful completed her Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing at University of Southern California. She’s the founder of The Brainery: Online Speculative Fiction Workshops + Resources. She’s currently an Associate Editor of Zoetic Press, and her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and most recently appeared in Devilfish Review, and the first all-women Lovecraft anthology, She Walks In Shadows. Together with her writing partner, KT Ismael, she will be releasing a serialized fiction podcast that takes the feminist emphasis on friendship from Parks & Recreation and mixes it with a Lovecraftian strangeness.