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The Book

From: Hans Anderson
Length: 11:38

Suspense story about my creepy pantry Read the full description.
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Default-piece-image-2 Not broadcast, experimental fiction. I am not sure if this belongs on public radio at all. You tell me. I have found my voice heading in this direction, short fictional audio, and I find that this sounds very un-PR. I'd love to get this aired, but realistically... who could play something like this? What show exists? For more information and conversation, visit this feature on Transom.org.

I woke up from a nap one day having had a major nightmare; that doesn't usually happen but as I lay there, groggy, I thought, "hey, that'd be a great story!" and I jumped up and wrote it.  Having said that, as is usual when recounting a dream, the more I wrote the less sense my dream made.  What finished off was pretty good, made better by a friend who listened to it for me, and said right in the middle his cat jumped off the couch behind him and he whirled around in a panic.  Nice.

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Not broadcast, experimental fiction. I am not sure if this belongs on public radio at all. You tell me. I have found my voice heading in this direction, short fictional audio, and I find that this sounds very un-PR. I'd love to get this aired, but realistically... who could play something like this? What show exists? For more information and conversation, visit this feature on Transom.org.

I woke up from a nap one day having had a major nightmare; that doesn't usually happen but as I lay there, groggy, I thought, "hey, that'd be a great story!" and I jumped up and wrote it.  Having said that, as is usual when recounting a dream, the more I wrote the less sense my dream made.  What finished off was pretty good, made better by a friend who listened to it for me, and said right in the middle his cat jumped off the couch behind him and he whirled around in a panic.  Nice.

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!!

I heard this on Love + Radio and I had to find out more about this guy. He tells the story in such a way that it is believable, up to almost the very end. He feeds you small amounts of information to make it particularly scary. Good stuff!

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Excellent!

Great story, we hear the evolution of the narrator, leaving us with just enough ambiguity, just enough "OMG!" and just enough understanding to really get the creeps!

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Wicked cool; compelling!

loved it! simple, direct with enough ambiguity and thoughtful details left to ones own mind and ones vivid imagination to make it; well... creepy!

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