“The Dreaming Wind” at Podcastle

Due to a mix-up, Rachel Swirsky over at Podcastle ended up with two readings of Jeffrey Ford’s, “The Dreaming Wind”. One by Paul Tevis, the other by me. They are both up at the site now.

You either know that Jeffrey Ford is one of our finest writers, or you are due to find out.

But that’s not all. Podcastle has also featured works and readings by more of our members. Here’s a quick list:

“Change of Life” by K. Tempest Bradford (read by MA in PA)

“Elf Aware” by K. Tempest Bradford (read by Marguerite Croft)

“The Annals of Eelin-Ok” by Jeffrey Ford (read by me)

“Hell is the Absence of God” by Ted Chiang (read by James Trimarco)

“All Flee the Vocab. Quiz” by Kristine Dikeman (read by Alasdair Stuart)

“Red Riding-Hood’s Child” by N.K. Jemisin (read by me)

“The Grand Cheat” by Hilary Moon Murphy (read by me)

If you have the time, check them out.

Rajan Khanna

One Comment

  1. More importantly, we can finally settle the question of who is the better reader, you or Paul Tevis.

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