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Journey together through innumerable worlds of fiction with Prose, a biweekly podcast series that offers up short stories of all genres and subject matter. If you like fiction of all sorts with the occasional bit of poetry or verse thrown in for good measure, join us on our adventures through the labyrinths of the human psyche and the infinite spaces of the imagination.
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Dec 16, 2018

This week, come visit the post-apocalypse world and let’s take another foray into the world of Ash and Bone with Rowan pen Warren to see his side of the story.

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Nov 22, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving to those celebrating!  For this special, see what the food is like in Limbo and think on the thanks some might have for the Earth and all her bounty. 

 

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Nov 18, 2018

 This week, experience true vulnerability with a…different sort of couple AND confront a much different take on one of the major events in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

 

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Oct 31, 2018

Happy Halloween!  For All Hallow's we have a trio of tales, one new and two old.  Please sit back and prepare to enjoy "Ms. Obituary" and the combined "Grafting Street" Parts I and II.

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Oct 21, 2018

This week, see what happens when magic and negative emotions mix and delve into the power of memory, reminiscing, and our ability to reach back but not into the past.

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Oct 7, 2018

This week, get confused as a man ruins his chance at stardom, weigh universal good and bad in a Chinese restaurant, and revisit the horror if a Kafkaesque transition after a night out.

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Sep 23, 2018

This week, we continue the last couple weeks’ themed packing, the focus being speculating about the world of tomorrow, with a galactic offer that is BOUND to make anyone happy and a recounting of the power of democracy and death through the lens of a futuristic traffic accident.

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Sep 9, 2018

This week, we have another themed week, the focus being relevance of perspective and reality, with one story looking at the power of viewpoint and the other asking whether adventure is even possible anymore.

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Aug 26, 2018

This week, we have a bit of a technology-themed week with one story on the horrid honesty of online dating and one story about artificial intelligence and its unattainable desire to be something more.

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Jun 3, 2018

Hello and welcome to episode fifty-seven of Prose. 

This week, define home and confront some roaches and maybe even an incoming terror or two in the continuation of Jack Lee’s Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo

                                     
I do want to toss a few quick updates out while I have your ear.  Firstly, for those that follow on Instagram, you’ve seen that I have been purchasing some new equipment to upgrade the Pose studio, particularly in the hope of beginning to produce all sounds and music in-house.  You’ll begin hearing those sounds in the next 4-8 weeks of productions.  Be kind as I learn.  Secondly, I am reevaluating my hosting service, so prosepodcast.com might see some major fluctuations or just out and out changes in the next month or three.  Thirdly, as you might notice, today’s episode is all in one piece.  I’m experimenting with this long format at the behest of several of you listeners and, believe it or not, a potential advertiser or two.  Let me know what you think about this in stead of my usual format (which was invented because of listener requests) by chatting with me through social media or emailing the show directly and prosepodcast@gmail.com.  Which brings me to my final message: if you’ve not yet followed the show on social media, please do so on any and all platforms under the name @prosepodcast.  The best way to really help the show, though, is leaving a rating and review iTunes (aka Apple podcasts) or on any podcast service.  Ratings and reviews are what help others find our little podcasting family.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite

Thanks for listening and for bracing yourself for all these new updates.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

This week we have “Where You Come From” and Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo Parts XXIII and XXIV "Reinforcements" and "Shield"

Enjoy!

 

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May 20, 2018

 

This week, meet a young woman reminiscing about a rock star life and commiserate with a lonely heart in a bar. 

Just as a quick note, we are giving Telo a week off this week, which means that we are taking a one episode hiatus from Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo by Jack Lee. That being said, the next installment will be coming your way two weeks from today.  So, worry not!  All those of you that are invested in our ongoing story, it’s on its way!  Telo just said she needed a break before this major march into the unknown.

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May 13, 2018

Here's a quick shout out to all you moms out there in the form of three poems about mothers.

I hope you are being celebrated today.  

And to my own mother?  I love you loads, momma!

Happy Mothers' Day, all!

May 6, 2018

Rejoin Telo in the very heart of her insidious enemy’s territory in the continuation of Jack Lee’s Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo – Parts XXI and XXII "Roaches" and "Discovered."

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May 6, 2018

See the other half of a relationship falling apart in 55.1 - "A Telephone Rings Several Times: A Response to 'All the Lights in New York City'" by Elliot Harvey.

Elliot Harvey has met about twenty thousand people over a half-century, each with their unique understanding of the world.  He enjoys sharing his own passionate and curious reality.  He thinks that culture is made from layers of individual decisions, desires, and dreams, like a trifle.

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May 6, 2018

This week, see the other half of a relationship falling apart, consider some time traveling on your time off, and rejoin Telo in the very heart of her insidious enemy’s territory in the continuation of Jack Lee’s Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo

                                       
Please the follow the show on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. I love interacting with listeners there. Plus, the social network additions add some additional fun to the stories.  Also, head over  to iTunes and leave a rating and/or review for Prose.  Ratings and reviews are what help others fin our little podcasting family, and they help me move ever-forward with the project.  For easiest access to the show, subscribe using iTunes, Google Play, or whatever podcast catcher is your favorite.  This should now include Spotify.  If I’m wrong about that, do let me know!

Thanks for listening.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

This week we have “A Telephone Rings Several Times: A Response to ‘All the Lights in New York City’" by Elliot Harvey, “Come Again Soon,” and Ants of Fire: The Legend of Telo  Parts XXI and XXII  titled “Roaches” and “Discovered.”

 

Enjoy!

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