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Hello and welcome to episode thirty-eight of Prose.

 

This week, decide whether you really can live with someone and rejoin the Quad from Primrose 33, picking back up to see how they escaped from what seemed like certain death in their last set of adventures.

 

The big announcement upon my returning to the USA is that the podcast will be going on a partial hiatus until the month of September.  I will take these four weeks to write new tales and poetry, upgrade equipment and software, and prepare for the launch of Season 2 after producing right at 115 pieces of varying length and type over these past eight months. 

 

By no means does this mean that the podcast is ending.  In fact, the reason I can only dub this a partial hiatus is that stories and poetry will be released, just not with the same frequency.  New items will still drop on Sundays, but they’ll be shorter. Additionally, some midweek drops will be coming up soon, too; these will be largely made up of poetry to tide us all over until Season 2.  Again, please don’t unsubscribe or disappear!  Content will continue to come in drips, and then we’ll be back at traversing the infinite spaces of the human imagination in no time.

 

If you have any friends that are writers, please have them reach out to me at prosepodcast@gmail.com, as I’d love to feature more voices on the show. 

 

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Well, thanks for listening.  Let’s get to the tales, shall we?

 

This week we have “I cannot live with You” by Emily Dickinson and the third installment of “Sonbol” titled “Circumjacent.”



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