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September 2017

Episode 91: Beauty in the Broken

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Clarissa’s meticulously organized life wanders off track in “The Planner.” By Catherine Moscatt, copyright 2017, used with permission. Read Catherine’s bio.

Tears are the weapon in “Reading a Letter.” By J. Franklin, copyright 2017, used with permission. Read her bio.

Nonfiction break: “Death of a Luna Moth.” By Paul Rousseau, copyright 2017, used with permission. Read Paul’s bio. Photos of the moth as taken by Paul:

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We are all made of stardust and there are “No Failed Stars.” By A.E. Harrison, copyright 2016, used with permission. Read A.E.’s bio.

One day is “How it All Starts.” By T.E. Cowell, copyright 2016, used with permission. Originally published in Across the Margin. Read T.E.’s bio.

Happy listening,

Kris

 

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Meet Episode 91 Contributor Paul Rousseau

Paul is making his third appearance on the show with this piece, having previously been with us on Episode 67 and Episode 78.

Paul is a physician/writer, more writer than physician, previous No Extra Words contributor, as well as published pieces in various and sundry medical journals and a smattering of literary journals.

Happy listening,

Kris

 

Meet Episode 91 Contributor T.E. Cowell

T.E. becomes our second five-time contributor with this piece. It’s always a delight to share his voice on the show.

T. E. Cowell lives in Washington state. His fiction’s been published here and there. This particular story originally appeared in Across the Margin.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 91 Contributor J. Franklin

J. Franklin lives in Queens, NY. She discovers the world through short stories.

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Kris

Meet Episode 91 Contributor Catherine Moscatt

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Catherine is a 20 year old counseling and human services major. She enjoys playing basketball, listening to loud music and watching terrible horror movies. She has been published several magazines including Sick Lit Magazine, Phree Write Magazine, and Muse- An International Poetry Journal.

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 91 Contributor A.E. Harrison

A. E. Harrison resides in Fort Worth, Texas and works as the Humanities and Theatre Librarian at Texas Christian University. Harrison has been writing flash fictions and short stories since the age of 8 and currently working on writing poetry and the manuscript for Life in Limbo, her novel. In her spare time, she enjoys crochet, reading anything, and using her telescope.

Happy listening,

Kris

Episode 90: A Liar’s Duplicity

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Good and bad are closer together than you think.

She didn’t know what “The Law of Buoyancy” would come to mean in her family. By Brittni MacKenzie Dale, copyright 2016, used with permission. Read Brittni’s bio.

He’s lost “26” but won’t lose anymore. Buy Guy Wilkinson, copyright 2016, used with permission. Read Guy’s bio.

Happy listening,

Kris

 

Meet Episode 90 Contributor Guy Wilkinson

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Guy Wilkinson is an instructor at the English department of Langara College in Vancouver, BC. He is the author of a monograph, At Work and Play: Philosophy and Parody in the Novels of Witold Gombrowicz (Lambert Academic Publishing), a children’s book co-written with his daughter, The Blueziad (Paraguas Books), and a collection of short stories, Home Invasion & Other Stories (Booksmart).

Happy listening,

Kris

Meet Episode 90 Contributor Brittni MacKenzie-Dale

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Brittni is a graduate student at The University of British Columbia. She has previously published creative work with Phase 2 Magazine, critical work with Palgrave Macmillan, and is a three-time finalist of the Okanagan Short Story Contest. She lives in Kelowna, BC.

Happy listening,

Kris

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