What do writers and pilots have in common? Every time they go to work, they have to ask, “How do I land this thing now?” Join Sarah and Lindsay as they fly off in search of the tools to make the perfect ending or cliffhanger, and how to avoid crashing miserably.  Make sure you stick around for the post-credits sequence.

2022 Year In Review, Best New Audio Drama and Fiction Podcasts, Plans and Schemes for 2023 ADWIT: The Audio Drama Writers' Independent Toolkit

Sarah gets Lindsay unstuck from the mud to celebrate many of the great audio drama podcast success stories of 2022 and make plans and schemes for 2023. It's been a minute, hasn't it? We missed you.  Find out what some of the best new podcasts in 2022 are, and what strategies they put in place (or try to, anyway) for 2023. What is ADWIT? ADWIT is The Audio Drama Writers’ Independent Toolkit.  How do you learn to write great audio drama? Listen to all the best audio drama podcasts you can, and listen to ADWIT for writing exercises, theory, strategy, and cheerleading. Learn more at adwit.org. Transcripts are on their way. Hosted by Sarah Golding and Lindsay Harris Friel. Music and sound design by Vincent Friel. Produced by 6630 Productions. Thoughts, comments, anecdotes, questions, opinions? Write to us at writersadwit@gmail.com. Did you enjoy this episode? Write a review on Podchaser or Apple Podcasts. 
  1. 2022 Year In Review, Best New Audio Drama and Fiction Podcasts, Plans and Schemes for 2023
  2. Season 2 is coming soon
  3. Episode XII: Final Episodes
  4. Episode XI: Writing for Remote Recording

WARNING: Spoilers and/or promo for TermsSteal The Stars,Hadron Gospel Hour,Wooden Overcoats and The Amelia Project, season 1, as well as the movie Brazil. if you haven’t heard (or watched) these gems by now, what’s keeping you?

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Sound design, music, and additional voices by Vincent Friel
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Special thanks to Philip Thorne, Oystein Braga, Alan Burgon and Julia C Thorne of the Amelia Project.

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