Freelance Theater Tackles Issues Facing Freelance Writers Through Audio Plays
Philadelphia, PA -- October 30, 2009 -- Today marks the launch of Freelance Theater (FreelanceTheater.com), a Web site founded by two freelance writers to tackle freelance business issues in a new medium. The site’s first series, the MadLance series, will feature a collection of audio plays that explore issues facing freelance writers at different times in their careers.
“Freelance Theater is about tackling challenges common to freelance writers, but in a new way,” said Yolander Prinzel, one of Freelance Theater’s co-founders and the blogger behind Freelance Writerville (FreelanceWriterville.com). “It’s designed to take a humorous approach to serious topics while giving freelancers practical ideas they can incorporate into their own businesses. The first episode, for example, deals with a current hot button issue among freelance writers -- working too hard for too little money and struggling to get out of that cycle. ”
Prinzel partnered with freelance business writer and the blogger behind All Freelance Writing (AllFreelanceWriting.com), Jennifer Mattern, in developing Freelance Theater. The two freelancers share a no-nonsense approach to helping other writers navigate the business aspects of freelance writing -- a theme carried through to the Freelance Theater shows.
The first episode in the MadLance series is “The Dead Don’t Write,” an approximately ten minute audio play tackling the issue of “vampire clients” in honor of Halloween. Visitors to FreelanceTheater.com can listen to a streaming audio version of the episode directly from the site or they have option to download an mp3 version to listen to on their computer or their favorite portable device.
About Freelance Theater
Freelance Theater began development in July 2009 and was launched in October 2009 by Jennifer Mattern (a freelance business writer and professional blogger) and Yolander Prinzel, ACS (a freelance financial writer and FINRA series 7, 66, and 2-15 licensed financial representative). With a bit of silliness, sarcasm, and an occasional slap on the wrist, the shows’ writers / hosts will present fictional stories designed to wake writers up to industry issues with possible solutions and advice to help them thrive in their own freelance writing careers.
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