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151: Writing your first audio drama: Aspiring audio dramatists discuss the Food for Thought Project

Regardless of your medium or genre, you’ll find this conversation to be a delight. Three aspiring audio dramatists share numerous writing tips, vulnerabilities, and encouragement to tell your story as they write their first scripted audio fiction series. In 2021, Artist Soapbox has been conducting a 12 month pilot program for aspiring audio dramatists graciously …

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136: Hey friends, Theatre’s NOT Dead with host, Keyanna Alexander

Let’s start with a fill  in the blank. Theatre’s NOT dead, theatre IS ______________. What did you fill in? How did you finish that sentence? I’m so curious. Send me your answers and let me know. In this episode, I spoke with just the right person to fill in that blank, Keyanna Alexander, the host of …

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112: Writing a Scripted Audio Fiction Series with Jessica Wright Buha and Bilal Dardai of Unwell

Tamara talks with Jessica Wright Buha, and Bilal Dardai, staff writers with Unwell, a fiction podcast about conspiracies, ghosts, and unusual families of blood and choice. Jessica and Bilal lay out the difference between writing for stage and writing for audio, the writers’ room of Unwell, the timeline, and what it’s like to write for an ongoing …

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108: Exploring a Podcast Collective Model with Eric Silver of Multitude Productions

A stimulating conversation with Eric Silver, the Head of Creative at Multitude. Multitude is an independent podcast collective and production company based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. From basketball to mythology to literature and pop culture, Multitude entertains while building communities around their values. The Multitude team also helps clients of all sizes make and market great shows; they perform and …

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099: Growth, impact, and accessibility with podcast critic and advocate Elena Fernández Collins

Tamara  talks with podcast critic Elena Fernández Collins about impact, accessibility and barriers to entry, the formation of critical language, best practices, indie creating, and more.  Elena Fernández Collins is a podcast critic and forensic sociolinguist living in Portland, OR. She writes about podcasts for her own website, outlets like The Bello Collective, The AV …

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085: Local focus, expansive conversations. Podcaster John Carter digs into the 919.

Is podcasting a creative act? Is there an art to podcasting? (We think so!) In this episode, John Carter, host of the 919 podcast, talks about why he started his podcast, what he’s learned, why this region is so amazingly interesting,  and the creativity required to make and keep making a podcast. In the 919 podcast, …

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082: Arts journalism, podcasting, and RDU on Stage with Lauren Van Hemert

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a podcaster? Does arts journalism interest you? Our guest today is Lauren Van Hemert, arts journalist and podcaster with RDU on Stage. RDU on Stage focuses on theatre in the Triangle area of North Carolina and includes online reviews, videos, and podcast interviews.  Lauren describes her …

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