The Outer Dark Quarantine Reading series continues with Nadia Bulkin and Eric Schaller (0:42:09). Nadia reads the beginning of her story ‘Some Girls Wander by Mistake’ (Uncertainties, Vol., IV, Swan River Press, 2020) (0:11:38) and Eric reads the complete short story ‘Smoke, Ash and Whatever Comes After’ (0:50:45) originally published in Black Static (Jan.-Feb. 2017) and reprinted in The Dark #32 (Jan. 2018). They also share their experiences with lockdown living, their writing and publishing news, and their own quarantine reading recommendations. Be sure to scroll down to Additional Links to find out more. This episode’s content was recorded on Sat. Feb. 13 and Tues. Feb. 16, 2021.
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