11th Hour Audio

The goal of 11th hour audio is to celebrate World Audio Drama Day (October 30th) by bringing creators together annually to complete an audio project. The idea is to get together with a group of people in your local area, write, record, and produce a short Audio Drama story in the horror/suspense genre. The window […]

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Making ‘A Small Town Horror’

Thanks to Edward and Jon for sending us this great conversation. If you’ve not heard Small Town Horror yet, go and check it out.  EDWARD CHAMPION: There are many qualities of Small Town Horror that greatly impress me, but I am particularly struck with the way that you defy the conventions of what I call the “missing tapes” […]

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Political Messages, Character Beliefs, & Prejudices

Should you try to steer clear of politics, or is it okay to write a political message into your story? That’s part of the discussion on this week’s episode. Also, what about your characters? Can they have all sorts of beliefs and viewpoints without these ever becoming the main focus of the story? We’d love […]

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