Commiserate with a lonely heart in a bar in "In Brief (or The Laws of Brevity)."
Meet a young woman reminiscing about a rock star life in "Elevator Music."
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.
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!
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."
Consider some time traveling on your time off in "Come Again Soon."
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.
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.
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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.”