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Sunday, April 8, 2018

Small Fish Radio submission guidelines

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Writers, poets, storytellers, musicians, and comedians!
Small Fish Radio is looking for material for our new weekly podcast,
THE APPROXIMATELY 20-MINUTE VARIETY HOUR.

Submission Guidelines:

STEP ONE:

LISTEN to The Approximately 20-Minute Variety Hour

STEP TWO: What to write?

TWO-MINUTE SOAP OPERA – serialized: four to eight 2-3 minute episodes for a one story arc.
NO MORE THAN 3 MINUTES (run time) PER EPISODE

FLASH FAIRY TALE, MIDDLE AGED FANTASY –
 1-2 minute fairy tales or stories.

BARNYARD CLASSICS –
 2-3 minute re-telling of a "Classic."

WHAT ELSE?
This just might be the perfect medium for the little idea
you don't know what to do with, a collection of limericks you
wrote, that silly little one-minute play, or a very short story.

ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING:

Five Actors or Less – This does not mean five characters or less, it simply means
your play must be able to be performed by a maximum of five actors.

NO STAGE DIRECTIONS – While this may seem obvious given our “radio” format, it is important to remember that your play is conveyed through the dialogue, music, and sound effects.

Please do not submit recorded radio plays, stories or music.

We are not accepting produced radio plays.

Multiple submissions are acceptable, as long as you follow the guidelines listed above.

Please send your submissions (or questions) to: submissions@smallfishradio.com

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Small Fish Radio Theatre and Thespinarium produces portable theatre for the ear.
Over the past three years we’ve produced 14 shows featuring the work of over 50 artists from around the world. We’ve recorded live at Chicago Fringe, Chicago Dramatists, Victory Gardens Theatre, Simon's Tavern, and Small Fish Radio was a top-featured podcast on Atlanta Fringe Audio for the last three years. Our shows are recorded before a live audience, then a podcast of the showis offered for free here on iTunes and via our website.

To listen to our latest program, you may download the FREE podcast from iTunes and listen at your leisure, or go to our home page to listen there.

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