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Seana Graham

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Far Fetched Fables No 2 A. A. Attanasio and Seana Graham

Far Fetched Fables

First Story:  “Demons Hide Their Faces” by A.A. Attanasio Winterset in Egypt beside the rotting canal at Sidi Bishr, with the little, ceramic hashish pipe in her freckled hand, a thin thread of palpitant smoke twisting in the air before her, the professor faced her student and informed him seriously and with hollow impersonality, “The most avid collectors of books are demons. But they want only the old texts. The oldest texts.” The author of twenty-two novels and two story collections, A. A. Attanasio lives in Hawai’i and writes his fiction inside a volcano: Koko Crater, a botanical garden near his Honolulu home.  Visit http://www.aaattanasio.com/ for more details. Second story: “The Pirate’s True Love” by Seana Graham It was a fine spring morning as the pirate sat with his true love before sailing out to sea.  She was wearing a long, purple...  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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29 Apr 2014

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523: Agony Column Podcast News Report: Seana Graham on the MUSE Online Writer's Conference

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Free E-Conference

26 Nov 2008

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475: Agony Column Podcast News Report : Seana Graham Reports on Ping Pong and Speculative Literature

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Book Store Writers

11 Sep 2008

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380: Agony Column Podcast News Report : A Conversation with Seana Graham

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Script Frenzy

16 May 2008

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329: Agony Column Podcast News Report : A Conversation with Seana Graham

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Report from the Writing Life

6 Mar 2008

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193: Pirate Women, Bookshop Santa Cruz and Seana Graham, Contributor to Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet

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Agony Column Podcast News

29 Aug 2007