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Excellent drabble, deserving of the full Rish treatment me-thinks (the voice in my head when I read this is definitely Rish's). Which voice are you referring to? We have many. I'm a huge fan of "Tell Tale Heart." In fact, I blew out a speaker once with my screaming of "Dissemble no more! Tis the be...
"You dare treat me badly?" the old gypsy asked through a thick accent. Eric snorted. "This is New York, lady. Everybody dares." "You need a lesson in humility." "I already been married." "I curse you, then!" "Go right ahead." Eric said. She spat on the ground. "May misfortune plague you always. May ...
All his life he wanted to help Anne Frank. In school, when he read her diary, it captured his imagination, his heart. Why couldn't there have been a happy ending to her story? Could there still be? Using his scientific knowledge and inheritance, he developed a way to go back. Finally, the portal ope...
- Wed Feb 02, 2011 6:02 am
- Forum: Podcasts and suchforth
- Topic: Uncle Norm Sherman on the Dunesteef
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The ever-reliable and irritatingly-handsome Norm Sherman lent his voice to the latest episode of The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, which is "Plague Birds" by Jason Sanford. He plays the main character's father. Here's the link, and thanks, Norm! http://www.dunesteef.com/2011/02/01/episode-92-pla...
"Stop calling my daughter the Antichrist!" Richard growls. "But the way she contorted herself when I said ‘Christmas'..." "She wants to be a gymnast." "And she spoke to that alleycat, like it was her minion." "You're cat-bashing again." "I think she was speaking Latin, Richard." "Just babytalk." "Sh...
- Mon Jan 24, 2011 11:48 pm
- Forum: Story Discussion - Main and Drabbleclassics
- Topic: Drabblecast 194 - A Distant Sound of Hammers
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Freaking wonderful narration on this story, evocative and emotional. Excellent work, Ms. Baker.