October 2012 Tuesday's Spoken Word Archives

10/02/2012 Today we are in the midst of KFAI’s fall pledge drive. Both stories are by American writers. Charles reads “Reunion” by John Cheever. Beryl reads “The Pedestrian” by Ray Bradbury.

10/09/2012 Beryl and Charles share the reading of “A Father-To-Be” by American writer and Nobel Prize winner Saul Bellow (1915-2005).

10/16/2012 Charles reads “Spring Rain” by American writer Bernard Malumed. Beryl reads “The Turtle” by Wisconsin outdoors writer and popular radio host George Vukelich.

10/23/2012 Beryl and Charles share the reading of “Kwoon”, a story of the struggles of a teacher and a student at a martial arts school, by American writer Charles Johnson.

10/30/2012 For our annual Halloween show, Beryl warms up the listeners with a reading of “The Cats of Ulthar” by H.P. Lovecraft. This is followed by the main attraction – Charles’ reading of “The Tell-Tale Heart” by master story teller Edgar Allan Poe.