TO BUY A PENCIL
One of Virginia Woolf's least curious habits was "Street Haunting" (articulated in her 1930 essay of the same name); late at night and all alone, she would wander the streets of London using the pretense of needing "to buy a pencil" as an excuse to explore and take in the cityscape by foot. These poems are recorded - and often written - live as I walk the streets of Toronto, Ontario. My intention is to share with you the experience of night walking as a facilitator of poetic creation.
Why limit yourself to one version of reality? Lady Aesculapius is a bohemian traveler between alternate worlds, and she's taking on her friend Jason Jackson to see wonders--but there's something threatening the infinite variation of reality, and now Aesc and Jason will have to make their way through dystopias, baking contests, and avoid getting copyrighted by a planet in order to save the day. Humor, character drama, and adventure await you in this new fiction podcast from 10,000 Dawns. Created by James Wylder and Michael Robertson Art by Anne-Laure Tudori Theme by Jack Guidera A co-production of Arcbeatle Press and the Southgate Media Group, part of 10,000 Dawns Support us at http://www.patreon.com/jameswylder
Short horror stories written by The Fradd Siblings (Emma and Matt Fradd). Our plan is to release 10n stories in total; one per month. *Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out.* A big thanks to Soren Narnia of Knifepoint Horror who inspired us to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard).