Hello and welcome to episode twenty-nine of Prose.
This week, undergo harrowing mistaken identity, meet Mother Earth’s keepers, and dismantle a misconception.
Last week, we had our first story that was co-narrated, co-edited, co-produced, and co-everythinged by my young protégé for the last couple weeks Abigail Lambert. This weeks, Ms. Lambert narrates all three of our stories, and has all those same co-credits on all of them, save one—the first story is written by her as well! We also have a first from guest Author Katherine Harkins.
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Thank you for making Prose part of your day. Let’s get to the pieces, shall we?
This week, we have “Empty, Alone, and Afraid” by Abigail Lambert, “The Eye” by Katherine Harkins, and “Bridget Evangeline Sellars.”