An episode in which Kaisha and Kelsey discuss crazy short stories, obvious conceits, and divine redemption. Come along as we chat about the author who inspired a genre of horror stories without supernatural elements. Kaisha talks about the author who first coined the word android in the 1800s. Take away for writers: an excellent author does not always write excellent stories.
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Pow-Wowwe are reading another short story from Somerset Maugham‘s Teller of Tales. Today we read “Olympe and Henriette” by Villiers de L’Isle-Adam
- The People in the Trees by Hanya Yanagihara
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