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Miette has been podcasting the best of world literature's short fiction since March 2005, when she was just a pup.

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  1. Carole McDonnell
    Carole McDonnell June 15, 2009 at 10:58 am |

    Wow, the Wake would be wonderful to listen to! But, yeah, I understand…very crazy making, especially if you don’t quite understand the Irish accent and Irish words.

  2. miette
    miette June 15, 2009 at 2:58 pm |

    Really, you think so, Carole!? Damn, I can almost hear a chorus of “don’t encourage the crazy lady.”

  3. Michael Hartford · Happy Bloomsday!

    […] you’re of a more solitary nature, why not give Miette’s reading of An Encounter (from “Dubliners”) a listen, then tuck into some fried kidneys, a pint of plain, and a […]

  4. ian
    ian June 17, 2009 at 8:31 am |

    you know what you got to do if something itches

    have a good scratch at it…………
    …………you ent no crazy lady………….

  5. Carl Raven
    Carl Raven June 17, 2009 at 1:36 pm |

    Miette, you celebrated Bloomsday a day early–and I’m reacting a day late. But close enough–it’s all in the ball park, as it were–or maybe not. And whose park are we talking about anyway –and whose balls indeed! I wouldn’t mind at all hearing even a wee few pages (or many more if you so chose) of the Wake. Your intuitive and melodious reading manner makes everything you choose to bless us with always a pleasure!

  6. miette
    miette June 17, 2009 at 1:50 pm |

    Ian, Carl, you’re making it difficult to resist…. I can’t promise I’d stop after a couple pages.

    And Carl, I -started- celebrating early, true, but I didn’t stop on the Eve: It was a certifiable Bloomsday Bender around these parts. Glad to hear from you– send me some writing! Feed me!

    xo to all.
    — Mtte.

  7. Carl Raven
    Carl Raven June 17, 2009 at 1:58 pm |

    a p.s. I have never found anything about the Wake previously or beginning again…crazy- making. On the contrary, whether reading it silently to myself or reading it aloud to a live audience–as I did on one occasion in volunteering to read an assigned twenty pages each reader was given in a Wake marathon reading– I thoroughly enjoyed these Waking experiences. For me, the Irish accent came quite naturally–probably because of my extensive academic exposure to a whole slew of Irish Jesuits! But that slew is a whole other stew, and quite another story as well…

  8. Carl Raven
    Carl Raven June 17, 2009 at 2:14 pm |

    Miette, as far as the writing, I promise!

    Happy belated Bloomsday to all!

    xo to all, as well.

    -Crl.

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