Discussion Notes: And It Is My Fault
Find this week’s story here: And It Is My Fault by Janet Towle.
Next week’s story: Nightfall by Isaac Asimov.
Rated: Clean Language on the Podcast, Adult Themes in the Story
Gerald, Maya, and Anais discuss Carves Magazine’s Raymond Carver Contest, Fall 2016 Winner, “And It Is My Fault” by Janet Towle. The story lured in all three hosts with its beautiful language and three dimensional characters. However, the ending stumped our hosts and left them feeling somewhere between puzzled and hungry for more.
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