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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. Robert Nagle
    Robert Nagle June 6, 2010 at 11:53 am |

    The effusiveness of that ending seemed positively Joycean. It’s refreshing that the female is the sexual deviant for a change….

  2. R. Ross
    R. Ross June 13, 2010 at 8:24 pm |

    Miette
    Happy Joyous Bloomsday I wish you will / are going to read some James Joyce this year. Thanks for all your work. Much encouragement R. Ross, sitting in California

  3. miette
    miette June 14, 2010 at 2:43 pm |

    Robert, my god, I KNOW. Emshwiller writes the most genuinely complex women in the known universe, as far as I’m concerned. The Mount = required reading.

  4. miette
    miette June 14, 2010 at 2:46 pm |

    R: I celebrate Bloomsday every year, and this’ll be no different. You still have a day and change to catch up on Miette’s Bloomsdays Past:

    http://www.miettecast.com/authors/joyce-james/

  5. rula
    rula June 14, 2010 at 9:03 pm |

    excellent! amazing details and anxious thinking and of course well read too. I always track down the stories that I like to see if it written similarly to how you read them

  6. chris
    chris June 19, 2010 at 6:41 pm |

    Finally got around to listening to this one-what a great story! I now have to track down everything else by this author. Why have I never heard of these people before? (And I could hear in your voice how much you liked this one. Unless that was just me.)

  7. Short Story Bookclub
    Short Story Bookclub October 16, 2011 at 9:55 am |

    So perfectly suited to your voice, this story. When she was nibbling on the cheese near his knees I pictured you taking tiny little bites from a paw-sized chunk of gouda. It made me want to see if I could make a piece of cheese, or indeed, any piece of food, last for 30 minutes (about as long as it took you to read the story, no?).

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