Podcast EDF059: Eau de Public Transit by Folly Blaine read by Folly Blaine

Listen to “Eau de Public Transit” by Folly Blaine, read by the author:

Folly Blaine is a writer living in the Pacific Northwest.

“Eau de Public Transit” by Folly Blaine was originally published on August 23, 2011.

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  • I didn’t listen to the podcast. I already knew about the “eau” in shut down subway stations by experience. I like to read short stories and listen to dramatic presentations and songs, especially in twenty-first century media.

  • Hi Roberta, thank you for your comment. You probably already know this, but if you would prefer to read the text of my horror story, you can find it here: http://www.everydayfiction.com/eau-de-public-transit-by-folly-blaine/ This is my first time doing a podcast, so I appreciate the feedback. Thank you, Folly

  • Tim McDaniel


    Should that title be spelled “Eau” or “Eeeeew”? In either case, I’m glad this came out in time for Christmas, because it certainly has that holiday feel to it. Well-written and well-read!

  • I loved the reading. Very easy to listen to. And, for better or worse, it put me very squarely on that bus in that moment of time.

    As a regular bus commuter, I’ve been on that bus before. So nice to experience it again from the safety of my computer with a deliciously dark twist.

  • Loved the podcast, Folly. A shame that someone who didn’t bother to listen to the podcast felt the need to review it.

  • Jim Varonfakis

    I give it five stars. Enjoyed listening to the author tell the story the way she wanted her audience to perceive it.

  • Loved reading the story a ways back, and equally enjoyed hearing it now. Your narration feels natural, easily pulling me into the work. Well done Folly!