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.

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. WARNING: Spoilers and/or promo for Terms, Steal The Stars, Hadron Gospel Hour, Wooden Overcoats and The Amelia Project, season 1, as well as the movie Brazil.  Subscribe or Follow us, so you can be sure to hear all the episodes. For more information, visit our website at adwit.org. 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. Sound design, music, and additional voices by Vincent Friel. Want more audio fiction in your life? Subscribe to The Fiction Podcast Weekly. Special thanks to Philip Thorne, Oystein Braga, Alan Burgon and Julia C Thorne of the Amelia Project. Avanti! 
  1. Episode XII: Final Episodes
  2. Episode XI: Writing for Remote Recording
  3. Episode X: The Mystery Attribute
  4. Episode IX: Audio Drama, Not Audio Trauma, or Getting Unstuck

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?

Subscribe or Follow us, so you can be sure to hear all the 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. 
Sound design, music, and additional voices by Vincent Friel
Want more audio fiction in your life? Subscribe to The Fiction Podcast Weekly
Special thanks to Philip Thorne, Oystein Braga, Alan Burgon and Julia C Thorne of the Amelia Project.
Avanti! 

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