Hello and welcome to episode twenty-seven of Prose.
This week, experience the importance of an oboe, ponder love, and use that 20/20 hindsight that is so very crystal clear.
Episode 27 is an important one, firstly, as Prose’s six month anniversary hits between it and Episode 28. The actual date is Wednesday, May 24, so expect a special Prose surprise coming your way that day. Secondly, we have the first story featured by my very own father Henry Iverson Magee and the third and final story in the three-part mini-feature of Jeff Glauser’s work.
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This week, we have “Charlie Played His Oboe” by my father Henry Iverson Magee, “Love’s Imperfections” by Jeff Glauser, and “Graduated Realizations.”