Cynthia Morrison's Work Featured During National Audio Festivals

May 24
7:07 PM 2014
Cynthia Morrison's Work Featured During National Audio Festivals

Pirates, treasure and mayhem. What more could anyone expect from a radio drama filled with adventure. "Autumn Wind" is the creation of south Florida's award winning dramatist Cynthia Morrison. The audio work will be featured in upcoming national audio festivals in June. The story is of a female pirate Captain, Anne Sedgewick, and her sidekick Cinders. The pair of lady corsair take on the wretched likes of the sinister Iridius of Muxloe who has his sights set on Captain Anne's treasure map.

The audio was produced by Shoestring Radio Theatre in San Francisco California. "I could not have asked for a better production from Shoestring Radio cast. They did a superb job with breathing life into my work!"

said Morrison, who also authors short stories and will have works published in seven different anthologies within the year. Autumn Wind can be heard at these audio festival websites:

http://www.hearnowfestival.org/2014-podcast-palooza-featured-artists.html (at the Podcast Palooza section) and here: http://atlantafringe.org/

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