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!
A girl decides to see what's beyond the sky.
The prince finally returns to the castle -- with his paper army at his back.
This has been a long journey to release these eps! Nearly 2 hours of story content in just a few weeks. This has been very hard to pull off, and I'm looking forward to sleeping again. Enjoy!
A young prince makes his own way in the world, with the help of magic books.
Episode 4 will be posted later today.
A boy seeks information about his past, with the aid of an enchanted library.
A boy finds an awakened book and learns about the past.
A soldier finds a genie, but the genie has no wishes to give.
A man hears messages in his beer.
Amazing! Thank you.
A thief finds someone has slipped a note into her sleeve.
A man slowly metamorphasizes into a bird.
The end of the world arrives.
If you're new to the show, don't let this be your first episode. Usually the episodes stand alone, but this one connects things.
A man inherits everything a stranger owns.
Sorry for the delay -- I was off work for my birthday and somehow having too much time on my hands makes writing even harder sometimes, but here we go.