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What do you do when time away is simultaneously long enough to sink your teeth into and yet not nearly long enough? “Walk a Pavement Once.” By Eivind Nerberg, copyright 2007, used with permission. Originally published in 2008 in the anthology Nano2ales, edited by Ziv Navoth (Franc Roddam’s Ziji Publishing, UK.) Read Eivind’s bio.

It’s funny how every familiar place eventually becomes a “Ghost Town.” By Jessica Psenski, copyright 2017, used with permission. Originally published over on her lovely blog. Read Jessica’s bio.

For today’s segment, a grand experiment: Found Literature. This is an anonymous piece and there is no good way to locate its author so as I said on the show it lives in a murky area of U.S. copyright law. I am choosing to take the risk and bring it to you, trying to operate on good faith. Story really is everywhere, and if anyone knows where the author(s) of this piece might be, I hope you’ll reach out.

As a Pacific Northwest native, I am a sucker for excellent visual descriptions of this amazing part of the world, such as those found in “Red of 10,000 Years.” By Dave Barrett, copyright 2015, used with permission. This piece is an excerpt of his novel Gone Alaska and the excerpt was originally published in the Summer 2015 issue of The Vignette Review. Read Dave’s bio.

Happy listening,