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Author Topic: Eugie Foster's "Requiem Duet, Concerto for Flute and Voodoo" on Journey Into  (Read 3249 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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