Welcome to Episode 24 of “The Word Count” podcast!
A smaller show this week with the theme: “The urn you picked up in a garage sale still contains ashes…”
Three stories and three talented writers join us this week!
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Our guests this week:
Author of Cargon: Honour and Privilege, mother of a five year old with imaginary friends and wife to her non-imaginary husband. She is now working on her follow up anthology entitled Spring into Summer.
Carl earned an MA in Creative Writing from Stony Brook University. His short stories have appeared in The Book Times Blink | Ink, Black Lantern Publishing, The Foghorn Magazine, Girls with Insurance, Static Movement, and elsewhere.
C. THOMAS SMITH
“I lost my mind some time ago and am putting up a fifty cent reward for anyone who finds and brings it back, fifty one cent for anyone who squishes it mercilessly. It looks a lot like a walnut / cephalopod hybrid and answers to the name of Trixie. Approach with caution. Or just throw rocks at it from a safe distance.”