dwm presents Unwritten

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Dayton Writers Movement presents Unwritten, a new audio drama podcast series. Unwritten is dramatic and funny, happy and sad, entertaining and powerful. Unwritten is presented with a full cast and narrator.

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DWM presents Unwritten, season 2, episode 11 "The End of Something" Written and directed by Chris Burnside Elaine and Chelsea are reeling from Gerald's retaliation. Where can they go from here? What can they do against someone with so much power and influence? As one story ends, another begins. This is the final episode of Unwritten. We hope you've enjoyed the show. Please let us know what you…
DWM presents Unwritten, season 2, episode 10 "Working Title IX" Written by Tavis Taylor Directed by Chris Burnside Maggie drops a bombshell about Gerald. Elaine, Chelsea, Devin, and Sarah work together to raise awareness and gather allies to take on the soon-to-be president. But Gerald and Sydney are not so easily stopped. If you enjoy Unwritten, please briefly rate and review the show on iTune…
DWM presents Unwritten, season 2, episode 09 "Words are Poor Consolation" Written by Jenna Gomes Directed by Chris Burnside Elaine and Chelsea take a road trip to visit Aunt Ellen at the Center. Along the way, they uncover family secrets that Sue would rather keep hidden. If you enjoy Unwritten, please briefly rate and review the show on iTunes or wherever you listen. This helps spread the wor…

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Famous reviewed this podcast on Dec 29th, 2017
"Love this podcast. I can’t get enough of the writing and relatable content that FINALLY talks about the real world issues!"
ezygo22 reviewed this podcast on Jul 5th, 2018
"Season 1 was close to a masterpiece, deftly tackling minefield topics like rape and mental illness with complex and authentic characters and a wry sense of humor. In particular, the protagonist, Elaine, is well realized and captures all the things I simultaneously hate and admire about young adults coming into their own. Season 2 was not as successful, as formerly nuanced characters got flattened out, an omnipowerful multitool of a character was brought into shortcut through logistical obstacles, and the formerly down-to-earth plot got Hollywoodized. Nevertheless, in a field just drowning in ripoffs of Serial or The Black Tapes, this is an ambitious authentic rarity that you should listen to."

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Sep 2nd, 2016
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Nov 21st, 2017
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