Tales From the South!


Update: I was so excited when writing this post that I screwed up some of the links and instructions. Corrections have been made. 

 

The podcast from the radio show is available! There are several ways you can listen–here are a few:

♦ NPR: http://www.npr.org/rss/podcast/podcast_detail.php?siteId=106926336  

(This isn’t the easiest way to listen–in fact, you may not be able to find it there by the time you read this. I just like typing “NPR!”)

♦ Stitcher Radio: Go to www.stitcher.com or download the free app. Enter TFTS-157

♦ iTunes: Go to the iTunes store and click on “podcasts.” In the search bar, enter TFTS-157

My story’s called “About Face.”  It’s at around the 39 minute mark, but I hope you’ll listen to the entire show. It’s wonderful. I also hope you understand Southernese. The accents are as thick as kudzu.

Happy listening! 

*Amadeus came up with the title, which I love. 

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6 thoughts on “Tales From the South!

  1. trishatruly says:

    Oh My Gawd!!! I just listened to the entire podcast but I must tell you, yours made me literally laugh out loud!! That, dear friend, was BRILLIANT!!
    Thank you for sharing that story with me and the rest of the world. We are all better for having heard it!!!!
    I hope it’s OK that I shared the link on my Facebook page.

    Oh, thank you, Trisha!!! I’m so glad you liked it! Love reading my stories aloud, and this was a wonderful audience! Of course you can share it–I hope lots of folks do! Thank you so much again.

  2. Pat . says:

    Great story, well read – and the live audience certainly found it funny, as did I.

    Thanks, Pat–they were wonderful. I’m glad you liked it!

  3. Enjoyed your story immensely, thank you for sharing!

    Yay! I’m so glad. Thank you for listening!

  4. David says:

    Wow. That was SO GOOD! Great story, well-paced and stocked with humorous observations. Apparently you KILLED the audience too. Well done MB McQueen!

    Thanks, David! The producer of that show is an amazing woman. She runs a tight ship but makes it seem almost effortless. It’s all very stress-free for those participating. By the time the show started, we’d done a run through, listened to wonderful music and the audience was about as enthusiastic as you could imagine. It’s a popular show around these parts, and I think everyone was happy that they’d come our way. Thank you so much for listening!

  5. mrs fringe says:

    YAY!!! Congratulations, Moonbeam, well done! :) :) <3

    Thank you, Mrs. F. I look so forward to hearing YOURS!

  6. vermonter says:

    laughed out loud! might have been milk-out-the-nose, but i was curled up in bed without any beverages. THANKS!!!

    I’m glad you were going lactose-free! Thank you so much for listening! Love it that you enjoyed it!

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