Hello and welcome to episode eighteen of Prose. This week experience a deified old man, encounter an ominous word in the Philippines, and rejoin the dwellers and visitors of Grafting Street.
In Episode 17.2, the second original musical piece for Prose is present. This is, yet again, by Mr. David Ezell. So, do be sure to check that out. Additionally, you should start to notice other stories that carry over in multiple parts in the coming weeks. As I mentioned last week, I do hope that intrigues you as much as it does me. If it does, or even if it does not, please to feel free to contact me through email@example.com with anything you might want to say, be it praise, critique, advice, or simply saying hello. You can also keep up with or communicate with the podcast by following Prose on Twitter through @prosepodcast or on Facebook under the same handle, though Twitter is the far more active of the two.
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Thank you for taking the time to listen to Prose. Let’s get to the tales, shall we?
This week, we have “The Sweetness of Sugar Grove, or Matthew 25: 40-41,” Part I of “Lomar,” and Part II of “Grafting Street.”