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PostPosted: Tue Aug 05, 2008 9:35 am 
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Read by John Berlyne. Originally published in Crimewave.

Please feel free to comment on this story and its production.


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Hope it isn't infra dig if members of the Interzone team comment on the podcast stories :wink:

I just wanted to say John Berlyne's reading of this was very impressive - his is one of the best storytelling voices I'm come across anywhere (including the short story reading on BBC Radio 4).

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I'm just catching up on the TfB podcasts (I find them a little too long, in general, to listen to on my journey home--have said which, the longest one I listened to so far was well worth it).

'Handful of Dust': I enjoyed this. Understated, creepy, moving. Very nicely read. All the characters (from the narrator to the psycho) were subtle and convincing, the pathos worked. Good stuff!

Crimewave is the one TTA fiction mag to which I don't subscribe. I'm starting to think I should.

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Pete and the readers put in a lot of effort to get reactions like that, so thanks Djibril. And the festive gift giving seasons are upcoming so a subscription would be the ideal response if any friends or relatives are in gift giving mode..


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