Podcast EDF139: Spring Melt • by Gay Degani • read by Folly Blaine

Listen to “Spring Melt” by Gay Degani, read by Folly Blaine:

Gay Degani has published on-line and in print including her own collection, Pomegranate Stories. She is editor-emeritus of EDF’s Flash Fiction Chronicles, a staff editor at SmokeLong Quarterly, and blogs at Words in Place. Nominated twice for a Pushcart, her story, “Something about L.A.,” won the 11th Annual Glass Woman Prize.

Folly Blaine is a writer living in the Pacific Northwest.

“Spring Melt” by Gay Degani was originally published on June 6, 2008.


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  • Very sad. Beautifully written and read.

  • Richard Pasky

    I could read my daily newspaper for news of robbery, drug use in a family, and killing. I’d prefer a story with a twist and/or a good ending. A narrator softly reading about a armed robbery without excited voices left me cold.