In our December 2011 podcast, we have the snowy chill of Fear and the blanketing warmth of Faith. Justine Graykin introduces our readers:
Jennifer Pelland shares a sample from her new novel, “Machine”, about the loss of faith in love. In which body does the true heart of Celia lie?
In Tracy S. Morris’s “East of the Sun, West of the Moon,” four now-grown girls from four different children's stories wrestle with the fear that they may never return to fairyland and may instead be stuck in the mundane world. Some lose faith, while others keep hoping.
Kelly A. Harmon, takes us “On the Path” with Tan, an unusual farmer, who embarks on a strange adventure when his unconventionally powered plow breaks down.
Bonnie Lee introduces us to the eerie world of replicates in an excerpt from the novel adaptation of her screenplay, “Crazy Eyes”.
Kim Vandervort reads from “Northern Queen”, the tale of a young woman who must choose between faith in a mysterious old crone and her fear of the unknown.
Light a candle against the December darkness, and listen to these Yule-tide samples of the story-telling art.