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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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Feb 5, 2017

Hello and welcome to episode twelve of Prose.  This week, we will take a journey of discovery with a young boy, meet some individuals with imagination, and experience a town with two stoplights, three churches, and a small dose of conflict.  We also have a bonus episode that considers liberty through verse.  This episode of Prose marks a major first, in that all three short stories and the bonus poem are all from authors that submitted work to the podcast. Episode 12.1 features Nicholas B. Morris, Episode 12.2 features Alena Abrosimova, Episode 12. 3 features Jack Lee.  The bonus episode features David Ezell. More about these authors can be found in each of their episodes.

 

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Thank you for taking the time to listen to Prose.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

 

This week, we have chapter one of “The Boy in the Well” by Nicholas B. Morris, “My Little Creatures” by Alena Abrosimova, “The Origin of Shadow” by Jack Lee, and the bonus “Freedom’s Death” by David Ezell.”

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