A story about a woman who gave away an intimate, personal part of herself—a part of herself that she wasn’t even that crazy about to begin with: her voice. And she gave it away to a total stranger.
An elderly couple in counseling struggles to save their troubled marriage. Audio fiction produced from oral history recordings of two people who have died—and who never met. 2016 Sarah Award winner.
Debut work from Cement City Productions, a Pittsburgh-based media company founded by New York Times best-selling author Jeanne Marie Laskas. We're currently in production on our first narrative podcast series. Here's a sneak peak at some audio from the project: