Jill Dorothy Summers

Jill Dorothy Summers's audio fiction has been featured internationally by Chicago Public Radio, the Third Coast International Audio Festival, and New Adventures in Sound Art.

Her work has appeared in Stop Smiling, Ninth Letter, and MAKE magazine, among others.

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I Was a Preteen Nightmare

A well-intentioned yet horribly misinformed adolescent makes a monumental miscalculation of both form and judgment.

Cohabitation is a dark and funny radio play consisting of five inspired vignettes chronicling one day in the lives of the human and non-human (both dead and alive) inhabitants of a fictional greystone in Chicago.

Cohabitation is a dark and funny radio play consisting of five inspired vignettes chronicling one day in the lives of the human and non-human (both dead and alive) inhabitants of a fictional greystone in Chicago.

Cohabitation is a dark and funny radio play consisting of five inspired vignettes chronicling one day in the lives of the human and non-human (both dead and alive) inhabitants of a fictional greystone in Chicago.

Cohabitation is a dark and funny radio play consisting of five inspired vignettes chronicling one day in the lives of the human and non-human (both dead and alive) inhabitants of a fictional greystone in Chicago.

Cohabitation is a dark and funny radio play consisting of five inspired vignettes chronicling one day in the lives of the human and non-human (both dead and alive) inhabitants of a fictional greystone in Chicago.

This hour: a young patient escapes his hospital bed through flights of imagination, a musician documents a city under siege, and more.

This hour: a seemingly mismatched but (mostly) happy couple, a wife who exacts revenge on her husband via beef broth, and more.

This hour: 99 Ways to Tell a Radio Story, an audio experiment orchestrated by the Third Coast Festival in collaboration with cartoonist Matt Madden.

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