Podcast EDF068: Fuchsia • by Stephen V. Ramey • read by Folly Blaine

Listen to “Fuchsia” by Stephen V. Ramey, read by Folly Blaine:

Stephen V. Ramey has been published on Strange Horizons and PodCastle as well as in Triangulation: Taking Flight. He lives and writes in New Castle, PA USA, where he regularly visits the odd ducks that live along the river.

Folly Blaine is a writer living in the Pacific Northwest.

“Fuchsia” by Stephen V. Ramey was originally published on January 12, 2011.

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  • http://www.teaandtantalisingtales.wordpress.com Kate Alexander-Kirk

    Great job, both of you! :)

  • Mary Rucker

    I really like this piece. Mr. Ramey speaks as a poet, every word tells a story of its own as we are led to the strange truth of the matter. It leaves me wondering many unanswerables. Great story – I still see the ice.

    And Folly Blaine does SUCH a wonderful reading!

  • Cezarija Abartis

    Wonderfully threatening, slipping story! The performance is clear and persuasive.

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