Submission Guidelines

Here at Audible, we’re in search of the next generation of great audio storytellers, which is why we’re introducing Pitch @ Audible.

We’re looking for original, unpublished English-language works of fiction and nonfiction that are crafted for the listening experience. We encourage outstanding storytellers across mediums—from novelists to journalists, podcasters to filmmakers—to submit their best audio ideas to be considered as an Audible Original.

Pitch @ Audible will consider completed scripts, manuscripts and audio, as well as proposals with sample writing and/or audio. Audible Originals publishes both short-form (5,000 – 15,000 words, 30 – 90 minutes) and long-form (over 15,000 words, over 90 minutes) projects. Accepted submissions will receive an exclusive development deal with Audible Originals, which includes best-in-class editorial, production, and marketing support.

The Pitch @ Audible team evaluates submissions on a rolling basis, and creators will be notified regarding the status of their submissions via email.

We are currently accepting pitches in the following categories:
• Single and multi-narrator stories
• Scripted multi-cast work
• Audio documentary

We are not currently accepting pitches in the following categories:
• Unscripted podcasts
• Previously published works

To be considered for this program, please follow the link below and submit the requested information.


Individuals must be over the age of 18 in order submit a project for consideration. Employees or independent contractors, or immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, parents, grandparents, siblings, children, and grandchildren) or those living in the same household of employees or independent contractors of Audible LLC, Amazon or any entity involved in any aspect of Audible Originals may not submit a project for consideration.


Due to volume, Audible is only able to consider one project at a time from each creator and cannot consider resubmissions, including those that have been significantly revised. The Pitch @ Audible team evaluates submissions on a rolling basis, and creators will be notified regarding the status of their submissions via email.


All submissions must be the original creations of the entrants. By submitting a project, each entrant represents and warrants that (a) his/her submitted work is his/her original creation and (b) his/her submitted work is the sole and exclusive property of the entrant. Audible may disqualify any entrant whose submitted work Audible determines, in its sole discretion, at any time not to comply with any requirement described in these Guidelines or the foregoing representations and warranties.

Entrants understand and acknowledge that Audible (i) receives numerous submissions of project ideas and creative materials from third parties, and (ii) is constantly developing ideas, formats, stories, concepts, artwork, music, and the like, and (iii) many such submissions received or Audible Original developments may be similar to or identical to those contained in a submitted work. By submitting a project via this program, you understand and agree that Audible’s use of material containing elements similar to or identical with the Script shall not obligate Audible to any entrant in any manner if Audible developed or obtained such material either independently or from sources other than a particular submitted work.