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"One Son Resists" now appears in golden-throated audio

My public reading of my short story "One Son Resists" at The Parlor's Emerging Writer's Festival from earlier this year is now up as a podcast at the Parlor site. I haven't listened to this yet, but assume it captures the audio experience well. However, there is no video available, so the forehead sweat, awkwardly stiff posture and almost complete lack of eye contact with the audience will have to be left to your own imagination.

And in case the vocal delivery is too much for you, you can always just read the story text instead.

August 3, 2009 in Fiction | Permalink