Hello and welcome to episode sixteen of Prose. This week, have a dream come true, question monogamy, fear the disappearance of amphibians, and confront the rotting stench of adultery.
In Episode 15, I mentioned that our most current guest author in residence Nicholas B. Morris’s set of stories was at an end here on Prose. After which, several people emailed in about possibly getting some more of his work to show up on the show. Well, I’ve heard you, and I’m reaching out to Mr. Morris to see if that might be possible. In that vein, please to feel free to contact me through email@example.com with anything you might want to say, be it praise, critique, advice, or simply saying hello.
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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 “Cheeks,” “The Vodka Talks,” “Long Night, or Frogs,” and “Probable Infidelity.”