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July 19: Fionnula Flanagan reads Alice McDermott

Fionnula Flanagan performs "Enough" by Alice McDermott, a beautiful story about a woman who unapologetically embraces life's pleasures.

June 21: Jane Curtin reads Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami's "Ice Man" is in many ways a traditional love story—except that half of this pair is made of ice. Read by the incredible Jane Curtin.

June 14: Michael Genet reads David Haynes

Voting unites the generations in "Taking Miss Kezee to the Polls" by David Haynes. Michael Genet reads this story about a young Election Day volunteer tasked with bringing the fiery Miss Kezee to vote.

June 7: Rita Wolf reads Shereen Pandit

Shereen Pandit's story about an incident on a London bus, "She Shall Not Be Moved," contemplates the reverberations of not speaking up for what is right. Read by the incredible Rita Wolf.

May 31: John Shea reads W. P. Kinsella

Immerse yourself in the sights and smells of baseball in summertime with W. P. Kinsella's story "The Thrill of the Grass," performed by John Shea.


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