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Episode 94: Too Late?

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Timing is everything.

The “Laundromat” is not what you expected. By Paul Rousseau, copyright 2016, used with permission. Read Paul’s bio.

Things look different from the “Beyond.” By Francis DiClemente, copyright 2015, used with permission. Originally published in The Siren’s Call, issue #24, December 2015. Visit Francis’s website.

The third part of our three-part NaNoWriMo segment. Are you writing? How? Be my buddy!

is there just one story of how “He Died?” By A. Elizabeth Herting, copyright 2017, used with permission. Originally published in Literally Stories in June 2017. Visit A. Elizabeth’s website.

Happy listening,

Kris

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Meet Episode 94 Contributor Francis DiClemente

Francis is making his third contribution to the show, having been with us previously on Episode 39 and Special Episode #5, the first baseball episode.

Francis DiClemente is the author of four poetry collections, most recently Sidewalk Stories (Kelsay Books, 2017). He lives in Syracuse, New York, and his blog can be found at https://francisdiclemente.wordpress.com/.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 94 Contributor A. Elizabeth Herting

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A. Elizabeth Herting is an aspiring freelance writer and busy mother of three living in colorful Colorado. She has had short stories featured in Bewildering Stories, Cafe Aphra, Dark Fire Fiction, Edify Fiction, Every Day Fiction, Fictive Dream, 50-Word Stories, Friday Fiction, Literally Stories, New Realm, Peacock Journal, Pilcrow&Dagger, Quail Bell Magazine, Speculative 66, Storyteller, The Flash Fiction Press and Under the Bed. She has also published non-fiction work in Denver Pieces Magazine and bioStories, and completed a novel called Wet Birds Don’t Fly at Night. More at: sites.google.com/site/aehertingwriter, www.facebook.com/AElizabethHerting or @AmyHerting

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 94 Contributor Paul Rousseau

Paul was previously with us on Episode 67, Episode 78, and most recently with a piece of nonfiction on Episode 91. We are pleased to welcome him back to the show.

Paul Rousseau is a physician and writer, mainly published in medical journals but making inroads into non medical publications. Never a novelist, just an essayist with an occasional poem. He is a devout dog lover, and partner to his three dogs.

Happy listening,

Kris

Episode 93: Scary Stories of a Different Sort

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Happy Halloween, No Extra Words style!

Caught by cops will never feel the same after you’ve had a little “Night Vision.” By Michael Anthony, copyright 2017, used with permission. Read Michael’s bio.

For our segment today, Part 2 of my NaNoWriMo prep journey. Click here to see the spreadsheet I’ve created to help me track my word goals.

You probably wouldn’t want your significant other to try “The Experiment” on you. By T.E. Cowell, copyright 2015, used with permission. Previously published in Eunoia Review, 2015. Read T.E.’s bio.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 93 Contributor Michael Anthony

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Michael Anthony is a writer and artist living in New Jersey. He has published fiction, poetry, and illustrations in literary journals and commercial magazines. Most recently these include L’Éphémère Review, Second Hand Stories Podcast, Route 7 Review, The Write Place At The Write Time, Scarlet Leaf Review, and Bull & Cross. The American Labor Museum exhibited Michael’s photojournalism essay on the waning of the textile industry.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 93 Contributor T.E. Cowell

T.E. has been quite the regular around here. His fiction has appeared on:

T. E. Cowell lives in Washington state.

Happy listening,

Kris

Episode 92: Damaged Goods

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We’re showing where all the broken pieces are.

Carefully prepping which face we show the world in “Kintsugi.” By Jaclyn Tan, copyright 2017, used with permission. Visit Jaclyn’s website.

New segment! I talk all about my NaNoWriMo prep. Learn all about NaNoWriMo and be my writing buddy.

With love sent to our friends in Vegas, we survive a long night “All the Hard Ways.” By Dan Hernandez, copyright 2015, used with permission. Visit Dan’s website.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 92 Contributor Jaclyn Tan

Jaclyn is a 19 year old student in Singapore who loves extended metaphors. She has previously contributed to No Extra Words, as well as the Teen Tuesdays feature of Cahoodaloodaling, a collaborative publication. She can be found at www.jaclynspeakswords.wordpress.com.

Happy listening,

Kris

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