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In this horror/fantasy serial drama, Carpenter and Faulkner, two worshippers of an outlawed god, travel up the length of their deity’s great black river, searching for holy revelations.
 
As their pilgrimage lengthens and the river’s mysteries deepen, the two acolytes find themselves under threat from a police manhunt, but also come into conflict with the weirder gods that have flourished in these forgotten rural territories.
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The Silt Verses Eskew Productions Ltd

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In this horror/fantasy serial drama, Carpenter and Faulkner, two worshippers of an outlawed god, travel up the length of their deity’s great black river, searching for holy revelations.
 
As their pilgrimage lengthens and the river’s mysteries deepen, the two acolytes find themselves under threat from a police manhunt, but also come into conflict with the weirder gods that have flourished in these forgotten rural territories.
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    The Silt Verses Season 1 Q&A / Retrospective

    The Silt Verses Season 1 Q&A / Retrospective

    We sit down with the incredible Steve Shell, co-creator of Old Gods of Appalachia, to chat through Season 1 of The Silt Verses and answer some questions.
    Content warning: at 31.41-32.16, sexual assault is mentioned in reference to divine cruelty in Greek myth.
    Transcript: https://www.thesiltverses.com/transcript-qa
    2.21: What was the inspiration for The Silt Verses?
    7.34: How did Carpenter and Faulkner develop as characters?
    12.00: Themes around religion?
    14.51: How did you prepare for your roles?
    18.59: What god would you choose / invent?
    23.03: How is an episode created?
    24.25: What is easiest and hardest about working on the show?
    30.37: Was the show influenced by Greek myth?
    32.58: What was the process for audio design?
    34.28: Did Eskew prepare you for the Silt Verses?
    38.00: Did Carpenter have an emo phase?
    39.25: The show has lots of horrible noises - is the audio editor okay??
    39.47: What was the significance of the character names?
    40.38: Who’s your favourite character to write?
    42.01: What’s been the most surprising / best fan reaction?
    45.34: Was C.S. Lewis’ Till We Have Faces an influence?
    46.18: Is the show a road-trip buddy comedy?
    47.51: Why did you choose an ensemble cast?
    49.21: How did the religious wars begin?
    50.41: What DnD classes would the characters be?
    51.17: What’s your favourite kind of scene to act out?
    54.15: What’s the best thing about playing Carpenter?
    57.07: Why did you choose the mix of dialogue and prose?
    58.32: How do you lose an entire town to the Wither Mark?
    1.01.30: We all ramble about lived-in worlds for a while
    1.06.30: Which mouths of the Trawler-man do Carpenter and Faulkner represent?
    1.08.28: How do you feel about usage of the setting?
    1.09.05: Why all the different accents?
    1.13.15: What colour are Faulkner’s shoes?
    This Q&A was recorded during London Podcast Festival in September, and features responses in person from Muna, Jon, and Méabh de Brun - B. Narr and our audio editor Sammy Holden drop in remotely to answer some questions as well.)
    A huge thank-you to everyone who sent in their questions. For the purposes of time, there were some questions that we merged, and a few others that we just didn’t give entertaining or interesting enough answers to on the night - if we didn’t get to yours, please do feel free to drop us a message on Tumblr and we’ll do our best to pick it up!
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    Chapter 15: For My Song Has No Beginning...

    Chapter 15: For My Song Has No Beginning...

    Season finale: with the police manhunt closing in, Carpenter and Faulkner have one final meeting at the river's edge.
    This episode features performances by Méabh de Brún, Lucille Valentine, Mintaka Angell, B. Narr, Jimmie Yamaguchi, Jamie Stewart, Daisy Bilenkin and David S Dear.
    Our outro music is 'River Chant' by Skip Kent-Davy.
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    • 49 min
    Chapter 14: And In Ruined Flesh Ascend

    Chapter 14: And In Ruined Flesh Ascend

    As a new God of Sleep wreaks havoc across the Peninsula, Faulkner comes to a crossroads. Carpenter and Hayward have a frank exchange.
    Content warning: This episode contains scenes of self-endangerment near the start.
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    • 32 min
    Chapter 13: So Let Me Dwell Eternal

    Chapter 13: So Let Me Dwell Eternal

    Carpenter and Faulkner arrive at Bellwethers - and witness the miracle of the Wither Mark.
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    • 34 min
    Chapter 12: And To Fight Is Just To Choke

    Chapter 12: And To Fight Is Just To Choke

    As the town of Bellwethers draws near and the police chase draws in, Carpenter, Faulkner and Paige make an unexpected stop for breakfast.
    Featuring B Narr, Méabh de Brún, Lucille Valentine, Gordon Houston, Mintaka Angell, Jimmie Yamaguchi, and Calder Dougherty.

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    • 32 min
    Chapter 11: My Voice Cries Truths I Never Knew

    Chapter 11: My Voice Cries Truths I Never Knew

    As Faulkner's injuries worsen, Carpenter and Paige take him to seek help.
    This episode features voice acting from, in order of their appearance:
    B Narr
    Méabh de Brún
    Lucille Valentine
    And Caleb Del Rio
    Audio production by Sammy Holden
    Warning: This episode contains references to self-mutilation.
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    • 34 min

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