What are you saying, and what are you really saying? How your audio drama writing says what it says says a lot. This episode, Sarah and Lindsay talk about text and subtext, and some ways to play with it. Also, they’ll survive a big cat attack, explore bad urban planning, and teach you the platform exercise.  Join us for another episode of The Audio Drama Writers’ Tool Kit.

What are you saying, and what are you really saying? How your audio drama says what it says says a lot. This episode, Sarah and Lindsay talk about text and subtext, and some ways to play with it. Also, they'll survive a big cat attack, explore bad urban planning, and teach you the platform exercise. CONTENT WARNING: Lindsay says one expletive, in reference to casinos. WARNING and/or BONUS: Contains spoilers for Tin Can Audio's Dungeon Economic Model. Subscribe or Follow us, 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. 

CONTENT WARNING: Lindsay says one expletive, in reference to casinos. 

WARNING and/or BONUS: Contains spoilers for Tin Can Audio’s Dungeon Economic Model


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