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Episode 30 - Weekend in the Suburbs - Mark Tulin

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S2:E19 Venture - Tracy Lyall
Tracy L. Lyall resides in a dungeon beneath the steamy streets of Houston, TX. Born in the 1970's during the time of roller-disco and cool, cigarette-smoking tomboys, she spent her early years traveling on greyhound buses and experiencing life, much of which became the basis of her writing/art/photography ventures. After writing for underground Zines then progressing to poetry, her writing spanned into journalistic media. Published by university presses, magazines, and small press, she spent 8 years studying Creative Writing, English, and Studio Art at University level. Currently raising a series of fiction and creative non-fiction novels along with two Joeys, she runs an online Literary Zine while producing works of art and photographing many moments.
21:21
June 2, 2019
S2:E18: The Last Playdate - Christopher Bell
Christopher S. Bell has been writing and releasing literary and musical works through My Idea of Fun since 2008.  His sound projects include Emmett and Mary, Technological Epidemic, C. Scott and the Beltones and Fine Wives.  My Idea of Fun is an art and music archive focused on digital preservation with roots in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. (www.myideaoffun.org).  Christopher’s work has recently been published in Anti-Heroin Chic, BlazeVOX17, Drunken Monkeys, Hobart, Queen’s Mob Teahouse, and Entropy among others.
19:35
May 18, 2019
S2:E17 - The Stations of Grief - Pamela Scott
Pamela Scott lives in Glasgow, UK. Her work has appeared in various magazines including Brilliant Flash Fiction, Peeking Cat Poetry, The Cannon’s Mouth, Sarasvati, The Dawntreader and Toasted Cheese Literary Magazine. She has also featured in anthologies published by Collections of Poetry and Prose and Indigo Dreams Press. She is working on her first novel.  
33:30
May 4, 2019
S2:E16 Pink Sparkle Helmet - Jo Alkemade
Jo Alkemade is a Dutch citizen living in Long Beach, California. She spent many years riding her own motorcycle through the wide open spaces of the USA, and "Pink Sparkle Helmet" is based on personal experience. Previous publications include a children’s book (Jennifer and Jojo), novel (Belonging in Africa), and two short stories in an anthology (Short & Happy, or not).
14:18
April 26, 2019
S2:E15 The Siamese - João Cerqueira (trans. Chris Mingay)
João Cerqueira has a PhD in History of Art from the University of Oporto. He is the author of eight books. The Tragedy of Fidel Castro won the USA Best Book Awards 2013, the Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014, the Global EbookAwards 2014, was finalist for the Montaigne Medal 2014 and  was considered by ForewordReviews the third best translation published in 2012 in the United States. It is published in six countries. Jesus and Magdalene won the silver medal in the 2015 Latino Book Award. The short story A house in Europe received an honorable mention in the Glimmer Train July 2015 Very Short Fiction Award. A British national, Chris Mingay has lived and worked in Portugal for the last 15 years. A degree in Modern Languages from the University of Birmingham, and a love of foreign culture, especially that of his adoptive home, has led to his involvement in a series of translation and journalistic endeavours. With his own translation agency and working as a freelance journalist  for a number of publications, Chris entered the world of literary translation with João Cerqueira’s award-winning The Tragedy of Fidel Castro. 
27:50
April 13, 2019
S2:E14 Pissing Stones - Elson Dauti
This week's work comes from Elson Dauti
06:13
April 6, 2019
S2e13: Joe Bisicchia and Fabrice Poussin - Poetry
This week we're featuring work by two poets. Joe Bisicchia writes of our shared dynamic. An Honorable Mention recipient for the Fernando Rielo XXXII World Prize for Mystical Poetry, his works have appeared in numerous publications. His website is www.JoeBisicchia.com. The former TV host and high school English teacher, now a public affairs executive, lives near the city of Philadelphia where he particularly enjoys writing of human nature through the inspiration of bugs and easily overlooked things. Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and dozens of other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review as well as other publications. 
32:55
March 30, 2019
S2:E12 Anjali - Adreyo Sen
Adreyo Sen is currently a PhD student at the University at Albany.  He has been published in The Southampton Review, The Little Magazine, Danse Macabre, and Quail Bell.
13:12
March 15, 2019
S2:E11 The Weaver's Daughter - Jonathan Ball
Jonathan is a freelance cartographer who's day-job focusses on creating digital 3D landscape animations.  Based in a picturesque seaside town in Scotland, Jonathan enjoys writing both prose and poetry.  He also plays mandolin and haunts the local folk-club.
20:28
March 8, 2019
S2:E10 Cat in the Rain - Rosemary Harp
Rosemary Harp is a Chicago-based writer of fiction and essays. Her work has appeared in Brain Child Magazine, Hobart, Writing Disorder, and other journals. She is working on her first novel. Her hobbies include raising children and playing ice hockey.
11:31
February 23, 2019
S2:E9 The Hefner Project - Melodie Corrigall
Melodie Corrigall is an eclectic Canadian writer whose work has appeared in Foliate Oak, Litro UK, Halfway Down the Stairs, Bethlehem Writers Roundtable, Corner Bar Magazine, Scarlet Leaf Review, Blue Lake Review, Subtle Fiction, Emerald Bolts and The Write Place at the Write Time (www.melodiecorrigall.com).
15:30
February 15, 2019
S2:E8 The Shape of Things at Night - Niall Shepherd
Niall Shepherd is a young, autistic writer, from Preston, England. He uses his work as a means to express himself, and understand others. He often aims to explore themes of manhood and masculinity, adulthood and memory, family and fear. His work tends to be surrealist, making use of abstract imagery and absurdist humour.
12:23
February 1, 2019
S2:E8 Speed Dating - Ana Vidosavljevic
Ana Vidosavljevic from Serbia currently living in Indonesia. She has her work published or forthcoming in Down in the Dirt (Scar Publications), Literary Yard, RYL (Refresh Your Life), The Caterpillar, The Curlew, Eskimo Pie, Coldnoon, Perspectives, Indiana Voice Journal, The Raven Chronicles, Setu Bilingual Journal, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Quail Bell Magazine, Madcap Review, The Bookends Review, Gimmick Press, (mac)ro(mic). She worked on a GIEE 2011 project: Gender and Interdisciplinary Education for Engineers 2011 as a member of the Institute Mihailo Pupin team. She alsoattended the International Conference “Bullying and Abuse of Power” in November, 2010, in Prague, Czech Republic, where she presented her paper: “Cultural intolerance”.
18:19
January 25, 2019
S2:E6 My Comic Debut - Linda Herskovic
Linda Herskovic is a former standup comic, a playwright, an essayist and is currently working on a funny yet touching fictional memoir and two children’s books, both about birds. She is an editor by trade and has appeared in the NY Time Metropolitan Diary section five times. All that and a great personality. This is an excerpt from a larger piece. She would love to hear it on your broadcast.
19:15
January 18, 2019
S2:E5 Kind and Slow-witted Carpathian Spring - Lazar Trubman
Lazar Trubman is a college professor (linguistics and philology), who immigrated to the United States from a small town in the former USSR in 1990 after experiencing firsthand the hospitality of the Committee of State Security – KGB in common parlance. He taught languages and European literature at several colleges and universities for nearly twenty-two years. In 2017 he settled in North Carolina to dedicate his time to writing.
20:30
January 13, 2019
S2:E4 To Honor a Hero - Claudia Hinz
Claudia Hinz graduated from Harvard and received her master’s degree in English from Southern Methodist University. She worked as a broadcast journalist for network affiliates in California, Seattle and Dallas. Her articles, essays, book reviews and fiction have appeared in The Manifest-Station, Brevity, The Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune, 1859 Oregon’s Magazine, Flash Fiction Magazine and Bend Lifestyle Magazine. Her first novel is out on submission with Writers House.
21:14
January 5, 2019
S2:E3 Glimpse - Jamie Leung
This week we're featuring a short story from Jamie Leung.
19:43
December 28, 2018
S2:E2 Here at the Esplanade - Irving Greenfield
Irving Greenfield is a writer. His work has been published in Amarillo Bay, Runaway Parade, Writing For Tomorrow, eFictionMag and the Stone Hobo; and in Prime Mincer, The Note and Cooweescoowee (3X); and in THE STONE CANOE, electronic edition. He is cited in Wikipedia. He and his wife live on Staten Island. He has been a sailor, soldier and college professor, playwright and novelist.
13:35
December 21, 2018
S2E1 The Hotel With the Blue Light - David Woods
David Woods is a writer and award-winning filmmaker, whose first feature film Till Sunset was released in the USA on Blu-Ray in 2013. His second feature Nightlens is in post production. Four of his six short films have played at international film festivals, with @MovieGeek winning the Award of Distinction at Canada Shorts 2016. His published writing includes poetry in print and on-line and his first short story was published by The Pygmy Giant. He is based in the South East of England. It you'd like to have your work featured on the show, visit www.otherpeoplesflowers.com to see our submission guidelines.
18:48
December 14, 2018
Episode 30 - Weekend in the Suburbs - Mark Tulin
This week we're featuring a short piece by Mark Tulin, Weekend in the Suburbs. This story was first published in the online journal, The Cabinet of Heed. Mark Tulin is a retired Family Therapist from Philadelphia who now resides in Santa Barbara, California. Mark writes about off-beat topics, humorous characters, and often fictionalizes his childhood growing up in the city. He has been featured in Fiction on the Web, elephant journal, Friday Flash Fiction, Page and Spine, and others. His website is crowonthewire.com. And his poetry chapbook is called Magical Yogis. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
14:04
October 4, 2018
Episode 29 - Disclaimer - Paige Olausen
This week we're featuring a short piece by Paige Olausen, Disclaimer. Paige Noel is a hobbyist writer and college student. Paige is an environmentalist by training but uses writing as an outlet. The piece is a disclaimer and in a way a love-ish letter. It was a scary moment that tested her trust, a step forward in a relationship. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
06:22
September 26, 2018
Episode 28 - Let this Damn Day Break - Stephen McQuiggan
This week we're featuring a short story by Stephen McGuiggan, Let this Damn Day Break. Stephen McQuiggan was the original author of the bible; he vowed never to write again after the publishers removed the dinosaurs and the spectacular alien abduction ending from the final edit. His other, lesser known, novels are A Pig’s View Of Heaven and Trip A Dwarf. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
14:15
September 19, 2018
Episode 27 - A Penny for 50 Cent's Thoughts - R.J. Fox
This week we're featuring a non-fiction essay, A Penny for 50 Cent's Thoughts, by Robert Fox. R.J. Fox is the award-winning writer of several short stories, plays, poems, a memoir, and 15 feature length screenplays. Two of his screenplays have been optioned to Hollywood. His first book – a memoir entitled Love & Vodka: My Surreal Adventures in Ukraine was previously published by Fish Out of Water Books. His most recent publication was a collection of essays entitled Tales From the Dork Side. His forthcoming novel Awaiting Identification arrives in May 2018. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
19:20
September 5, 2018
Episode 26 - A Woman of the Arts - Steve Carr
This week we're featuring a short story by Steve Carr, called A Woman of the Arts. Steve Carr, who lives in Richmond, Va., began his writing career as a military journalist and has had over 170 short stories published internationally in print and online magazines, literary journals and anthologies. Sand, a collection of his short stories, was published recently by Clarendon House Books. His plays have been produced in several states in the U.S. He was a 2017 Pushcart Prize nominee. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
17:07
August 30, 2018
Episode 25 - A Sicilian Tale - Susan P. Blevins
This week we're featuring a short story by Susan P. Blevins, A Sicilian Tale. Susan is reading her own work. Susan P. Blevins was born in England, lived 26 years in Italy, and has now resided in the USA for the past 25 years, first in Taos, NM, and currently in Houston, TX. While living in Rome she had a weekly column in an international, English-language newspaper, writing about food and restaurant reviews primarily, though not exclusively. Since living in the USA she has written pieces on gardens and gardening for N. American and European publications (Sunset Magazine, Garten Praxis). Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
09:33
August 22, 2018
Episode 24 - The Squall - Michael Anthony
This week we're featuring a short story by Michael Anthony. Michael Anthony is a writer and artist living in New Jersey. He has published fiction, poetry, illustrations, and photographs in literary journals and commercial magazines. Most recently these include The Furious Gazelle, the Northwest Indiana Literary Journal, and The Regal Fox. The American Labor Museum exhibited Michael’s photojournalism essay, “Mill Ends,” on the waning textile industry. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
22:22
August 15, 2018
Episode 23 - Jenean McBrearty
This week we're featuring a short story by Jenean McBrearty. Jenean McBrearty is a graduate of San Diego State University, who taught Political Science and Sociology. Her fiction, poetry, and photographs have been published in over two-hundred print and on-line journals. She won the Eastern Kentucky English Department Award for Graduate Creative Non-fiction in 2011, and a Silver Pen Award in 2015 for her noir short story: Red’s Not Your Color. She lives in Kentucky and writes full time ⸺when she’s not watching classic movies and eating chocolate. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
27:42
August 8, 2018
Episode 22 - Country Man - Terry Barr
This week we're featuring a non-fiction essay by Terry Barr. Terry Barr is the author of Don't Date Baptists and Other Warnings from My Alabama Mother (Third Lung Press), We Might As Well Eat: How to Survive Tornadoes, Alabama Football, and Your Southern Family (TLP). His work has appeared in The Bitter Southerner, storySouth, Wraparound South, Full Grown People, Left Hooks, and Vol 1 Brooklyn. He blogs at Medium.com and lives in Greenville, SC, with his family. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
07:40
August 1, 2018
Episode 21 - Twenty Good Years - Pete Stavros
This week we're featuring a short story by Pete Stavros, called Twenty Good Years. Twenty Good Years is due to be published in Thoughtful Dog (https://www.thoughtfuldogmag.com/). Peter J. Stavros is a writer in Louisville, Kentucky. His work has appeared in The Saturday Evening Post, The Boston Globe Magazine, The East Bay Review, Hypertext Magazine, Fiction Southeast, Juked, and Literary Orphans, among others. Peter has also had plays produced, including as part of the Festival of Ten at The College at Brockport – SUNY, for which he was named Audience Choice Winner. More can be found at www.peterjstavros.com. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
16:14
July 18, 2018
Episode 20 - Jeffery Berg - Poetry
This week we're featuring poetry by Jeffery Berg. Jeffery Berg's poems have appeared in Impossible Archetype, El Balazo Press, glitterMOB, the Leveler, Court Green, Rove, Map Literary, Assaracus and Harpur Palate, and No, Dear. A Virginia Center of the Creative Arts fellow, Jeffery lives in Jersey City and blogs at jdbrecords. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
09:01
July 12, 2018
Episode 19 - Christopher Woods - Man with a White Cane
This week we're featuring a short story by Christopher Woods, Man with a White Cane. Christopher Woods is a writer, teacher and photographer who lives in Chappell Hill, Texas. He has published a novel, THE DREAM PATCH, a prose collection, UNDER A RIVERBED SKY, and a book of stage monologues for actors, HEART SPEAK. His work has appeared in THE SOUTHERN REVIEW, NEW ENGLAND REVIEW, NEW ORLEANS REVIEW, COLUMBIA and GLIMMER TRAIN, among others. His photographs can be seen in his gallery -http://christopherwoods.zenfolio.com/ Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
08:35
July 4, 2018
Episode 18 - Robert Beveridge - Poetry
This week we're featuring a selection of poetry by Robert Beveridge. Robert Beveridge makes noise (xterminal.bandcamp.com) and writes poetry in Akron, OH. Recent/upcoming appearances in The Nixes Mate Review, Violet Rising, and The Road Less Travelled, among others. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
05:40
June 27, 2018
Episode 17 - JJ Steinfeld - Poetry
This week we're featuring a selection of poetry byt J.J. Steinfeld. Canadian fiction writer, poet, and playwright J. J. Steinfeld lives on Prince Edward Island, where he is patiently waiting for Godot’s arrival and a phone call from Kafka. While waiting, he has published eighteen books, including Would You Hide Me? (Stories, Gaspereau Press, 2003), Misshapenness (Poetry, Ekstasis Editions, 2009), Identity Dreams and Memory Sounds (Poetry, Ekstasis Editions, 2014), Madhouses in Heaven, Castles in Hell (Stories, Ekstasis Editions, 2015), An Unauthorized Biography of Being (Stories, Ekstasis Editions, 2016), and Absurdity, Woe Is Me, Glory Be (Poetry, Guernica Editions, 2017). His short stories and poems have appeared in numerous anthologies and periodicals internationally, and over fifty of his one-act plays and a handful of full-length plays have been performed in Canada and the United States. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage.
08:35
June 20, 2018
Episode 16 - Ted DeMarsh - Sweet Run
This week we're featuring a story by Ted DeMarsh, Sweet Run. It's about a young girl's visit to the annual market fair and a young boy she meets there. Edward Michael DeMarsh usually works in script form for TV and Film, though he has enjoyed writing shorter work in prose and has been published by, ONSpec, London Business Magazine and Postcard fiction among others. He lives in Toronto, Canada and is grateful to have a beach at the end of his big city block. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
11:11
June 13, 2018
Episode 15 - Robert Okaji and Veronica Fitzhugh Poetry
This week we're featuring work by two poets: Veronica Fitzhugh and Robert Okaji. Robert Okaji lives in Texas with his wife, two dogs and some books. The author of five chapbooks, his work has appeared in such publications as Clade Song, Vox Populi, Boston Review, The High Window, MockingHeart Review and Main Street Rag. Veronica Haunani Fitzhugh earned her BA in English Literature from the University of Virginia but is more proud of the friendships she earned through her social justice work in Charlottesville, Virginia. She has been in several anthologies online and in print. Her main blog is Charlottesville Winter at cvillewinter.wordpress.org. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com
03:59
June 6, 2018
Gale Acuff - Naked Truth - Episode 14
This week's episode is a collection of poetry by Gale Acuff, titled Naked Truth. It's a comic, moving story of a young boy and his obsession with his scripture teacher. Gale Acuff has had poetry published in Ascent, McNeese Review, Pennsylvania Literary Journal, Poem, Adirondack Review, Weber: The Contemporary West, Maryland Poetry Review, Florida Review, Slant, Poem,, Carolina Quarterly, Arkansas Review, South Dakota Review, Orbis, and many other journals. He has authored three books of poetry: Buffalo Nickel (BrickHouse Press, 2004), The Weight of the World (BrickHouse, 2006), and The Story of My Lives (BrickHouse, 2008).Gale has taught university English in the US, China, and the Palestinian West Bank. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to e
14:23
May 30, 2018
Patrcia Kenet Stories - Episode 13
This week's episode features a collection of stories by Patricia Lawler Kenet. Patricia Lawler Kenet is a journalist, semi-retired lawyer and entrepreneur. Her work has appeared in Slate.com, The Fiction Pool and Mutha Magazine. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
30:20
May 23, 2018
Conversations with My Mother - Sile Mannion
This week's episode features a collection of stories and poems by Silé Mannion, Conversations with my Mother. Silé is an Irish writer living in New Zealand. When she can write, she writes. When she can't, she reads. On occasion, she plays the ukulele. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
19:58
May 15, 2018
Toms Tom - Thomas Healy - Episode 11
This week's episode features a short story, Toms-Tom, by Thomas Healy, about a man coming to terms with his cousin's death and what it means to face life without him T.R. Healy was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and his stories have appeared in such publications as Crux, Hawaii Review, Scrutiny, and Welter. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
20:33
May 2, 2018
Early Morning Fog - Kate Lunn-Pigula
This week's episode features a short story, Early Morning Fog, by Kate Lunn-Pigula. It's about a woman coming to terms with the aftermath of a a breakup and its effects on her life. Kate Linn-Pigular has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Nottingham and has previously been published in Bunbury Magazine, Corvus Review, For Books’ Sake, Thresholds, Chew Magazine and Doll Hospital, amongst others. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
12:27
April 25, 2018
Short Fiction - Marc Nash
This week's episode feature a selection of short pieces by Marc Nash. Marc Nash has published five collections of Flash Fiction and his fifth novel will be published by Dead Ink Books early 2018. He has also been published by Akashic Books, Culture Matters, The Good Men project, London Literary Project Spontaneity, Hypnopomp and the Rough Guide To Rock. He also works with video makers to turn some of his flash fiction into digital storytelling in the form of kinetic typography animated stories. An excellent live performer he won the 2014 Brighton Digital festival Flash Slam. He lives and works in London for a Free Expression NGO. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
14:24
April 18, 2018
War Hero - David Calladine
This week's episode features a short story by David Calladine about a young man attending the funeral for a grandfather he didn't know. David Calladine is a former software engineer and now writer and freelance journalist. He lives and works in the Dublin area. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
23:17
April 11, 2018
Those Left Behind - Jonathan D'Arcy
This week's episode features a short story by Jonathan D'Arcy about a Classics teacher who gets left behind by society while trying to follow him dreams. He finds himself caught up in a web of deceit and lies that leaves him questioning many of his life choices. Jonathan D'Arcy is an Irish writer living in the North East of England. He's been teaching for many years and is currently doing a PhD in Comparative Literature. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
25:06
April 4, 2018
We Don't Do Catholics Here - Jemma Prandial
This week's story comes from Jemma Prandial, We Don't Do Catholics Here. It's about a non-religious mission in Africa and how the volunteers there start to question their atheism when an Islamist insurgency starts to run through the country. Jemma is a humanist and novelist living in Kenya. She has been writing under various pseudonyms for many years and prefers to be anonymous and unrecognisable when writing. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
24:29
March 28, 2018
Pity Friends - David Calladine
This week we feature a story by David Calladine, Pity Friends, about a man visiting some of his artist friends who've retired from the bustle of city life to go and live a life of art and relative poverty in Ireland. David Calladine is a former software engineer and now writer and freelance journalist. He lives and works in the Dublin area. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast-based literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com http://www.otherpeoplesflowers.com
27:05
March 21, 2018
Courting - Robert Davies
This week we feature a story by Robert Davies about the perils of online dating. It's a comic short story about a man who's first experience in the world of online dating goes horribly wrong. Robert Davies is a standup comic and writer living in London. His work has been featured in Granta, Paris Lit Up and The Cadaverine. He often writes under a pseudonym. Other People's Flowers is the podcast that showcases short stories, essays, and reportage. We're the first podcast literary journal. People hardly read journals anymore so we hope you'll listen instead. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com
25:24
March 14, 2018
Inscription - Dorothy Piers
This week we feature a story by Dorothy Piers, Inscription. It's about someone who finds an inscription in the front of a book by W. Somerset Maugham and imagines who would throw away a book with an inscription in it and for what reason. Dorothy is a writer and illustrator living in North London. Other than her cats, writing is her great passion. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com
31:58
March 7, 2018
Allemande Grave - Daniel Richards
This episode features a story, Allemande Grave, by Daniel Richards. A nightwatchman in a factory hears some mysterious music and goes to investigate. Daniel Richards is a writer and artist living in Manchester in the UK. His work explores the effects of urban environments on people and the ways in which our lives are twisted by increasingly surreal landscapes. If you'd like to have your work featured on the show, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com
26:01
February 28, 2018
Just Once In The Moonlight - Ayunda Dlamini
This episode we feature a story by Ayunda Dlamini about a failed romance in Africa. Ayunda is a novelist and writer who moved to the UK from Swaziland in 2010, and has been writing on a number of topics. His main interested include post-colonial literature and the world's changing relationship with Africa. If you'd like to have your work featured, please send it to editor@otherpeoplesflowers.com
12:38
February 22, 2018
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