5 Reasons Why You Should Start An Audio Drama

1. Have your story heard, literally The ability to self-publish online means you can tell your story no matter what. But the eBook market is increasingly flooded and very competitive, not to mention the fact that you’re going toe-to-toe with authors like Stephen King and JK Rowling in the quest for book sales and readers. […]

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Get inside your listener’s head, with Dirk Maggs

We are delighted to welcome Dirk Maggs (Neverwhere, Good Omens, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy) on to the show to chat about audio drama production. Dirk answers questions about how he began his career in radio drama, working with and directing big stars like Benedict Cumberbatch and James McAvoy, his take on studio versus field recording, […]

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eBooks, voice acting, and story arcs

“I also think that, with the rising popularity of audiobooks… people are jumping over to audio drama. Sound as a delivery device for entertainment content is really exploding. People listen to stuff when they’re on the road for long trips, riding the subway, at home doing stuff… working, or just plain relaxing and chilling out… […]

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How to structure your story

Take your listener on a bumpy ride Story structure is important; you don’t want to create linear fiction that begins, before walking straight to the end without setbacks or incidents, so what options are available to you? We discuss the 3-act structure, as well as a popular writers story template that can be found in […]

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Writing for audio, learning from television

If you want to write a TV show, why not cut your teeth creating audio drama? Happy New Year! We’re kicking off 2015 with some writing-related content. The Once and Future Nerd is an audio drama series that was originally penned for television. Co-creator Christian Madera joins us this week to talk about the show, as […]

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