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NADSWRIM

NADSWRIMNATIONAL AUDIO DRAMA SCRIPT WRITING MONTH

It’s 2017 THE YEAR OF THE AUDIO PODCAST!

How much of your story did you get through last year? Frustrated because you haven’t finished your audio drama opus?

THIS YEAR YOU CAN GET IT DONE!

February is the darkest month. The coldest month. And the shortest, though it can feel like the longest.
SO LET’S MAKE IT THE MOST CREATIVE!

National Audio Drama Script Writing Month challenges you to complete an ambitious Audio Drama Script Project!

Pick your challenge!

featureFEATURE CHALLENGE- a two hour long audio “movie” or special. 

 

 

 

quarterQUARTER CHALLENGE- a 10 part audio series with each episode from 10-15 minutes in length.

 

 

 

halfHALF CHALLENGE- a 10 part audio series with each episode from 25-30 minutes in length.

 

 

 

fullFULL CHALLENGE- a 10 part audio series with each episode from 55-60 minutes in length.

The Rules!

1. Take the Challenge.
2. Write your Challenge
3. Send your completed challenge as a single txt file to the Sonic Society email at gmail DOT com and we’ll send you your handy-dandy reward certificate so you can print it out and hang it on the wall!

IT’S THAT SIMPLE. LET’S GET WRITING!

“I highly recommend Jack’s contest as the show I’m currently producing at BrokenSea had the majority of it’s first draft written during the earlier contest that Jack promoted a couple years ago.

That initial ‘push’ of the contest really helped me get a lot of writing done and forced me to go really deep into my story in a way that I might not have done without the ‘deadline’ the contest provided.”
                                                                                                                                      -Lothar Tuppan (2013)

“I took Jack’s challenge for NADSWRIM last year and wrote a western serial in the Quarter-challenge. I didn’t finish it last year (only 8 episodes of a planned 10), but if I hadn’t done even that much, the story would still be unwritten. The last two episodes are outlined and the entire serial will be produced next year (2016-17) for Pulp-Pourri Theatre. Thanks to Jack, and I encourage all writers to give this a try.”                                     -Pete Lutz (2016)

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