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Enter The Sarah Awards!

On your marks, get set, go and revolutionize. The Sarah Awards are now accepting submissions for the first ever Sarah Lawrence College International Audio Fiction Award, aka The Sarah Awards. Winners will receive cash prizes and be celebrated at an award ceremony on April 1, 2016 at WNYC's Greene Space. The inestimable Glynn Washington of Snap Judgment is going to be our Master of Ceremonies. Find out more about the submission process here and click on the button below to enter. 

Let the revolution begin!

 The Sarah Awards is award is an initiative by Sarah Lawrence College, an academic institution that fosters experimentation and playful creativity. The Sarahs —like The Oscars, The Tonys, The Bessies—honor the best of the best. Finally, Audio fiction will have its own red carpet. 

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