Frau Wilke (Guest narrator: Sam Jones)

by Walser, Robert

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If you know Sam Jones from various internet outlets, you will be neither surprised nor disappointed that he chose to read Walser for his guest stint here. However, if you know Sam Jones from various internet outlets alone, you might not know that his is not unlike the disembodied voice in your head that reads you to sleep, all silky and warm and just sensual enough to make you comfortable, though not quite enough to make your lover jealous. Or maybe I’m confusing you with me, which happens with pronouns.

So, it’s time to drop some buds into your head’s sound detection holes and try not to smile sheepishly when he whispers “… for I do like a certain degree of raggedness and neglect.” And then look up to see if anyone catches you mid-blush. Make no excuses, but barrel down and enjoy the rest. I expect you’ll get as much out of Sam’s interpretation of Frau Wilke as I have. For more, keep your eye on Wandering with Robert Walser

I’m featuring guest readers for the next month or two, and am in search of more guest narrators, although admittedly the bar’s being set high. If you’d like to have a try at reading for the podcast, email me.

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  2. Everything is Green (Guest narrator: George Carr)
  3. Houses (Guest narrator: Patrick Scott)
  4. The Man Who Lost the Sea (Guest narrator: Shig Vigintitres)
  5. The Young Workman’s Letter (Guest narrator: Chris King)

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  1. Wandering with Robert Walser » Frau Wilke: Audio Recording

    [...] Here’s something special to celebrate my return to Walser-blogging: I recorded a guest spot on Miette’s Bedtime Story Podcast. [...]

  2. den
    den October 14, 2011 at 3:50 am |

    Thank you for reading Walser’s story of Frau Wilke. What to say… he always leaves me without words

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