“The Dreaming Wind” at Podcastle

Because of a mix-up, I ended up recording a podcast of Jeffrey Ford’s “The Dreaming Wind” when I was really supposed to record “The Annals of Eelin-Ok”, which I later recorded and which appeared on Podcastle. Paul Tevis was the official reader for “The Dreaming Wind”, but since it was already recorded, Rachel Swirsky went ahead and posted both of them.

So, to my surprise, you can now hear my reading of “The Dreaming Wind” (along with Paul’s) over at Podcastle.

Jeffrey Ford is one of my favorite writers and it was my pleasure to get to read not one, but two of his wonderful stories.

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