Discussion Notes: Saint Bus Driver

This week’s story: Saint Bus Driver by J. E. McCafferty

Next week’s story: The Hanging Stranger by Philip K. Dick

Rated: Clean

Gerald, Anais and Andy discuss “Saint Bus Driver” by J. E. McCafferty from the Winter 2019 issue of Carve Magazine. This episode is full of laughs, because the story is surprisingly funny despite the fact that it is centered around a death. There’s a lot of religious references that offer a unique perspective on what it is to be a saint, and what it is to hold a saint close to your heart.

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