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Voting has started for the Podcastle Flash Fiction contest. Anyone who has made at least one post should be able to see the stories down in the Arcade.

New groups are posted every two days through the end of April.

Author Topic: Eugie Foster's "Requiem Duet, Concerto for Flute and Voodoo" on Journey Into  (Read 3379 times)

Swamp

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It was my great pleasure to work with Eugie Foster before her untimely death to purchase the audio rights for this story.  I have held on to it for several years because I wanted to make it perfect, but in the end, I decided that Eugie's words read by the wonderful voice of Laurice White was more than enough.  Much more "production" interference would just be vanity.  I only wish Eugie could have heard it.

Anyway, I know Eugie was a favorite here at Escape Artists as well as Laurice, so I wanted to call it out here in the forums.  You can follow the link below:

"Requiem Duet, Concerto for Flute and Voodoo" by Eugie Foster

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Ooh, Laurice White does great work. Looking forward to listening to this.

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