The Austin Writing Workshop returns from hiatus to discuss a piece of micro-fiction and then “The Laughing Man” by J.D. Salinger. Buy Nine Stories here. Click here to read what Goodreads readers have to say about the story (and compare/contrast with the AWW! For funsies!)
Approximate time stamps and micro-descriptions of topics discussed are provided below. … Read More »
This is one of the ten stories collected in INFINITE ENDING. Click here to purchase.
“The Load-Out/Stay” by Jackson Browne (video) below:
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On this episode of the podcast, Professor Jim gives a fascinating lecture on theme. Also, a member-submitted story is discussed. Pull quote: “William Shakespeare’s entire canon is concerned with the pathos of the irretrievability of time.” Discuss.
Listing of topics discussed and approximate time stamps are below:
0:00 Podcast Teaser
0:17 Infinite Ending Advert
0:53 Podcast Intro
1:46 Professorial lecture … Read More »
For this episode, a brief discussion of irony in literature and then a performance of the classic short story, “The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry, the punster and trick endingster. Enjoy!