Fri, 2 September 2011
Summer's still with us at WORDS TO GO — join us as Carole reads a subtle story by Patricia Schultheis that's not quite as amusing as it first appears. A couple's anxious domestic banter unloads a range of emotions around the story's absent central character — their son, Peter, who springs to life in telling details. And in memory of the tenth anniversary of 9/11, Carole reads a moving poem by Deborah DeNicola which re-imagines that calamity by running it in reverse. Whether it's prose or poetry, we're always looking for your published work, so visit www.carolegiangrande.com/podcasts for guidelines.