Drabblecast 351 - DoubleHeader XVII: Camille Griep

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Drabblecast 351 - DoubleHeader XVII: Camille Griep

Post by Algernon Sydney is Dead » Mon Mar 09, 2015 4:04 am

Feature: The Spider by Camille Griep
Feature: One Night in Bangkok by Camille Griep
No drabble for this episode.
Genres: Comedy Fantasy

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Sunday, March 8th, 2015
The fiery orange sun hung high over the Bangkok skyline to the south. Professor Tina Montri rearranged her skirt and adjusted the alligator skin briefcase on her lap which held the presentation and research notes from her talk at the university. A breeze stirred on the back of her neck, warm and relaxing. She could almost fall asleep if it weren't for her precarious perch at the top of a tree.

Episode Art: Alex Claw
The Spider first appeared in On The Premises, July 2012
One Night In Bangkok first appeared in Every Day Fiction, March 2013.

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Re: Drabblecast 351 - DoubleHeader XVII: Camille Griep

Post by Chairman Goodchild » Sun Mar 22, 2015 10:06 am

I liked One Night in Bangkok. It had a novel concept, and was short and cute. I wasn't such a fan of The Spider. Killing a spider shouldn't pose an existential crisis.

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