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Saturday, October 28 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Podcast Track: Writing for Audio Fiction

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What does it look like to tell a story that you cannot show? Listen as these writers who have worked as screenwriters and playwrights unpack the unique obstacles and opportunities of telling a story for the acoustic medium.

Moderators
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Fabienne Harford

Podcast Competition Director; Managing Director (2015-2016), Austin Film Festival

Panelists
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Zack Akers

writer/director Limetown; producer 36 Questions
Zack Akers graduated from Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in Film & Television. Zack’s work has appeared on HBO, ESPN, CBS, and NBC. In Summer 2015, he co-founded Two-Up with Skip Bronkie, and released Limetown, an audio drama reinvented for the podcast age. Limetown has... Read More →
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Mac Rogers

writer, The Message, LifeAfter; writer/producer Steal The Stars, The Honeycomb Trilogy
Mac Rogers is an award-winning audio dramatist and playwright based in New York City whose new audio thriller Steal the Stars is releasing episodes every Wednesday. His audio/podcast dramas The Message and Lifeafter have been downloaded over six million times. His stageplays include... Read More →
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Lauren Shippen

writer/creator The Bright Sessions
Lauren Shippen is the writer and creator of the science fiction podcast, The Bright Sessions. Since its debut in November of 2015, the podcast has won numerous awards, was named iTunes Best of 2016 and has been featured in Vox, Popular Science, Wired, The London Evening Standard... Read More →
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Kc Wayland

writer/director of We’re Alive; producer Bronzeville
Kc Wayland is an award-winning writer, producer, editor, director, and United States Army veteran whose film and audio work has been enjoyed around the world. His highly successful zombie audio Theater for the Mind, We’re Alive: A Story of Survival, appeared on the Nerdist Podcast... Read More →


Saturday October 28, 2017 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Central Presbyterian Church, Sanctuary

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