In this episode of The Audio Drama Writers’ Independent Toolkit, Sarah Golding and Lindsay Harris Friel continue their discussion of plot, scheme, structure, etc., with writing exercises you can use to enhance your writing. They also get really excited about WandaVision, Joe Orton, Dan Harmon, and heist stories. 

Warning or Bonus! This episode includes spoilers for:
Wooden Overcoats Season 3 Episode 7 
Loot by Joe Orton
Can You Help Me Find My Mom? from The Truth podcast

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Submit your short audio drama script to the Dashingly Quirky Script Competition. Deadline: 20 March 2021. 
Want more audio fiction in your life? Subscribe to The Fiction Podcast Weekly

In this episode of The Audio Drama Writers' Independent Toolkit, Sarah Golding and Lindsay Harris Friel continue their discussion of plot, scheme, structure, etc., with writing exercises you can use to enhance your writing. They also get really excited about WandaVision, Joe Orton, Dan Harmon, and heist stories. Warning or Bonus! This episode includes spoilers for: Wooden Overcoats Season 3 Episode 7 Loot by Joe OrtonCan You Help Me Find My Mom? from The Truth podcastSubscribe, so you can be sure to hear all future episodes.Tell us what you think, on Twitter, at @ADWITpodcast.Like what you heard? Write a review at Podchaser or Apple Podcasts.Or, write to us, at writersadwit@gmail.com. Submit your short audio drama script to the Dashingly Quirky Script Competition. Deadline: 20 March 2021. Want more audio fiction in your life? Subscribe to The Fiction Podcast Weekly. 
Faye gives Trustcott a karmic embrace, in a scene from Loot by Joe Orton. Image: University of Minnesota Theatre & Dance.
Image: University of Minnesota Theatre & Dance Department. Creative Commons license. https://www.flickr.com/photos/umtad/4627706252/in/photostream/

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