FRIENDS! On today’s Coffee Break episode, I’m featuring a kind of storytelling that I’ve never featured before: the audio drama!

“I wanted to tell fresh stories… It keeps me loving the art of writing.”

With us today is veteran podcaster and storyteller Paul Sating, whose Subject: Found and Diary of a Madman are (respectively) delightfully lore-filled and spooky-fantastic.

“I can’t wait for my alarm to go off in the morning because I get to go write one of those things.”

Today, Paul and I talk about audio drama, podcasting, waking up excited about writing, not getting discouraged, and tons more. I hope you enjoy it — and more than that, I hope you are inspired to start your own audio drama (or at least work on your own project) today!

“It’s just so much fun to experiment with the world you’ve already built.”

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