Hello and welcome to episode twenty-eight of Prose.
This week, analyze the importance of opening doors, encounter a mythic peeping Tom reborn, and learn how to live with a not-so-benevolent spirit clinging to you.
After having celebrated Prose’s six month anniversary this past Wednesday, we have three more surprises for you this week! We have new stories from popular guest authors Nicholas B. Morris and Alena Abrosimova, and we have the first story that was co-narrated, co-edited, co-produced, well, co-everythinged by my young protégé for the week Abigail Lambert.
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This week, we have “Open the Door” by Alena Abrosimova, “Summer Hunt: After Ovid” by Nicholas B. Morris, and “Dybbuks (דיבוק מרוח רעה ) and You: A Practical How-To Guide.”