At times, this little podcast of ours is thought of not unlike a nice helping of ice milk– not bad for you, tasty even, in the right circumstances, but of questionable nutritional value. Not harmful, necessarily, but nothing that might be considered Useful For You. At then sometimes, someone will say otherwise, and that’s not bad, usefulness.
That said, for the most part, what we have here may or may not be available online, as they are plucked at whimsy from Miette’s Own Library, but for those who find Usefulness in reading along, sometimes you can. By request, some hot Saki.
5 thoughts on “Tobermory”
I treasure your stories. You do a splendid job making them come alive with your enchanting voice.
May I suggest the anthology Best American Short Stories of the Century (edited by J. Updike) as a resource for you. E B White’s Second Tree… is brilliant, A Godin’s My Dead Brother… terribly moving. And many others would benefit from your rendering. Thank you, thank you. Maura
Audio quality was very much improved to be sure. I hope you keep doing them this way.
What a hilarious story. You did it superbly–and loved the “new” sound.
Heya! I love you!
There is an animated, illustrated version of Saki’s Tobermory at: