A man realizes he’ll never be special.
A woman tries to protect a cluster of wishes.
A stranded sailor meets a mermaid.
A talking cat reveals its wisdom.
A bankrupt merchant makes a trade with an unusual visitor.
Happy holidays! To celebrate, I bring you five original stories by listeners to the show.
The Fairy King by Emmarayn Redding
Meliora and the Devil by Deborah Markus (16:30)
The Dragon and the Runt by Lisa Dawn (33:20)
Small Red Footprints by Marissa Peterson (39:25)
Ice Captives by Lynden Wade (49:25)
Emmarayn Redding can be found at www.writinginrivendell.blogspot.com or on her Facebook author page. Her books are The Quest for the Ivory Sword and The Madman of Elkriahl and Other Fairy Tales.
Deborah Markus has published a young-adult novel called The Letting Go. www.amazon.com/dp/1510734058/
Lynden Wade can be found at quillsquotesqueensquests.wordpress.com.
A woman steps on a village on her way to her well.
Now available on Amazon as an eBook or paperback!
A soldier chases a woman through a forest, and he’s not prepared for what he finds.
In the last episode of the miniseries, the cabinetmaker meets death in his quest to return to the living.
In the penultimate episode of the Cabinetmaker series, the Cabinetmaker finds his father in the afterlife.
The cabinetmaker reached the afterlife, and he’s not happy about what he finds.
For our Hallowe’en episode, I’ve brought in a guest writer with one of my favourite poems of all time.
A cabinetmaker discovers a duchess behind the back panel of a cupboard.
A cabinetmaker finds an intact cupboard in the ruins of a house while looking for odds and ends — and he takes it home.
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving and new Doctor Who!
A man buys a suit that makes him rich, but it’s not really about him.
Sorry for the delay!
In this ep -- a carnival comes to town.
A girl carries a deadly song within her.
I've been sharing details of this for the last few months -- but a college class in the United States has been using episodes of the show as part of their syllabus this term. It's been fascinating reading some of their essays and seeing some of their projects (like the one pictured below by Kasey, inspired by Standards). Susan was kind enough to invite me to call into the class and do a Q&A. The first few minutes were cut off and my audio is a bit unfortunate -- but their audio is perfect, so I thought I'd make it available for the curious! Enjoy!