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The Strange Recital

Tom Newton and Brent Robison
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The Strange Recital is an audio forum for short fiction. We delight in perceptions of reality that twist and fold in unexpected ways. Each podcast episode runs about 25 minutes and includes a story reading (the Recital), a musical interlude, and an author interview (the Post-Recital)... with a twist. Subscribe to get a new episode twice a month.


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    The clinical recital of shared experience in different contextual frames - physics, jazz (including the physics of jazz ...), travelogue, elements of religion - builds suspense counterintuitively- and the ending is shocking because violent chaos is introduced so suddenly to the setting. Very impressed. more

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