The Sarah Lawrence College International Audio Fiction Awards (The Sarah Awards)

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It’s time for audio fiction to have its own red carpet.

The Sarah Lawrence College International Audio Fiction Awards (aka The Sarah Awards) celebrate the best audio fiction currently being made around the world. The second annual awards ceremony was held on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at The Greene Space in New York City. Watch the 2016 awards ceremony

Founder Ann Heppermann

Ann HeppermannAnn Heppermann is a faculty member at Sarah Lawrence College, a documentary artist, reporter, and educator. Her Peabody award winning work has aired on numerous public radio shows including This American Life, 99% Invisible, and Radiolab. In 2011 she was named a United States Artists Rockefeller Fellow. She teaches audio fiction and narrative journalism in Sarah Lawrence's writing program. Bitch Magazine once called her a “sort of Goddess of podcasting.” She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

The Sarah Lawrence College International Audio Fiction Awards are an initiative of Sarah Lawrence College. Additional sponsors include the Academic Federal Credit Union, Hindenburg Systems, and PRX.