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STORIES WHICH APPEARED JAN-JUL 2012


53 JAMES CLAFFEY - ORDINARY TIME

'Who's the Bird?' ... a seemingly innocuous question from a child leads to a tangled tale of long-ago love. (2m 25s - 22 Jun 2012)



52 PETER SCHWARTZ - 911 ENDORSEMENT AD

A sympathetic cop gets perhaps a bit too enthusiastic after a serial killer makes a victim selection mistake in this twisted and darkly funny story. (2m 9s - 8 Jun 2012)



51 STEPHEN MORAN - SUNDAY DRIVER

A sleepy Sunday. A quiet bar. And then from outside, a terrible noise. (2m 54s - 12 May 2012)



50 BRIAN CANTY - COLD

A peaceful sunrise in the middle of nowhere. Until he showed up. (2m 36s - 28 Apr 2012)



49 CATH BARTON - ON THE EDGE OF THE SEA ICE

Strange words, the taste of whale blubber, and colours you couldn't imagine seeing in ice all swirl together in this evocative tale of a trip to Alaska. (5m 35s - 2 Apr 2012)



48 CALEB TRUE - HIMMERICH

A very short story about a long war - Himmerich confronts the essentials of life and death in the trenches. (1m 5s - 20 Mar 2012)



47 MATTHEW CLAIR - THE MOST BEAUTIFUL

Seasons change, and suddenly a relationship is gone with the leaves. (2m 29s - 17 Feb 2012)



46 ALLYSON STACK - STAR MANSION (PROLOGUE)

A young widow walks through the desert and under the big sky - a short start to an epic story. (5m 57s - 9 Feb 2012)



45 VARIOUS - 4'33'' LIVE

In early November we hosted our very first live evening at the Betsey Trotwood in Clerkenwell in London. And eventually we got around to putting our recording of that night online. A dozen of our favourite authors joined us. You can listen to the whole event by clicking on the player below, or for more bite-sized chunks click here. (1 Feb 2012)



44 LANA CITRON - THE KISS HOARDER

Lots of people keep a jar of useless pennies somewhere in their home. What if those savings were more romantic - and more useful? (5m 01s - 8 Jan 2012)






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