In this episode, three writers have tuned into their sense of sound. The sound of memory, the sound of solace, and the sound of place.
Jay Kettering: Doreen (as read by Nathan Adkins) (short story)
The narrator gets broken down and rebuilt by a place. More specifically, by the sound of a place.
Chris Sand: Radio Works Fine (song)
It’s about dudes and their hard-luck lives, but how we can overcome.
Robert Lee: Sounds You Can Feel (poem)
A man hears the passing train cars of his youth, and as time chugs along, he keeps his eyes on the tracks and wonders where they will lead him.