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STORIES WHICH APPEARED DURING SPRING 2011
NESTING DOLLS - DAVID FEELA
Every few years the cells in the human body regenerate - does this mean we eventually become different people? In this story we get one view of life, backwards. (2m 51s - 10 May 2011)
This short short is suffused with the smell of death and talcum powder. (1m 24s - 26 Apr 2011)
There are many ways to be led astray, as seven unfortunate souls find out in this chilling story.
(4m 45s - 17 Apr 2011)
The narrator finds a folded slip of paper. Then the months are measured out, Prufrock-like, in cake tins. (3m 56s - 2 Apr 2011)
A writer sheds a pseudonym and turns inwards into the folds of his own mind, history and home in this intriguing story.
(5m 31s - 13 Mar 2011)
The newsreader tasked with guiding boats into port veers off the course of the shipping forecast to deliver a more personal message. (6m 39s - 4 Mar 2011)
Maybe Twitter and antipasti is not the best combination for a balanced well-adjusted life. It's hard not to feel sorry for the chap in this story, though.
(2m 37s - 25 Feb 2011)