A Groundbreaking New Audio Anthology/Podcast Series
Anti-Heroine is JaZzyMaE Media’s new scripted audio anthology/podcast series that offers a fresh take on the anti-hero archetype.
This eclectic mix of short comedy, drama, horror, and hybrid-genre “audio movies” have one common feature: the lead characters are all women, each with a bold or unconventional approach to life.
Sorry, not sorry - these ladies aren’t always lady-like. Anti-Heroine is dedicated to an exploration of female experiences and points of view – good, bad and ugly… amusing, dangerous and transcendent – and rarely seen in the media.
I'm thrilled to be able to share this new series and I'm confident listeners will be entertained by the stories we've compiled.
Contributors are multi-faceted writers and content creators: Erin Austin, Melanie Chartoff, Chad Eschman, Julie Hoverman, Cindy Marcus, Lawrence Riggins, Laura Shamas, and series producer, Laurie Lamson.
Julie Hoverson’s “Shadow of Ignorance” is available on the JaZzyMaE Media Anti-Heroine page, as well as Spotify, Anchor, Apple Podcasts, and soon on other major platforms. Laurie’s “Muriel” will drop next week, with more to follow!
Check out Audio Renaissance with Vocal Resonance by Laurie Lamson and Amrish Shah.
Need Podcast Guest/s?
If you or someone you know is looking for articulate and creative podcast guests, why not invite me – and maybe one of my Anti-Heroine contributors?
I love discussing creative writing, screenwriting, scripted audio, cultivating creativity, and anthologies. I’m kind of an “anthology lady” – in addition to creating the Anti-Heroine podcast series, I edited or co-edited three books in the popular Now Write! series of writing exercise anthologies, and am working on a similar book for actors.
Please note: the application closes on Sunday, February 26 at 11:59pm ET.
Yes, And Laughter Lab (YALL) is accepting applications for all types of comedy and platforms: improv, stand up, sketch, musical, scripted, unscripted, film, digital, shorts, animated, live-action, live performance, podcast, satire, parody. The one thing all projects must share is a compelling social impact.
Selected Fellows will present their original projects to a curated room of traditional and digital media platforms, grantmakers and investors, leading NGOs/nonprofits, production companies, and other select industry leaders. YALL also provides year-round pitch training and other professional development opportunities for Fellows to take their project to the next level.