Fiction writer George Saunders reads his story "Offloading for Mrs Schwartz," from his book CivilWarLand in Bad Decline. It's the story of someone who can't get over the death of his ex-wife.
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Even the most innocent office job can take over your life. A story by fiction writer Daniel Orozco about one such job.
Scott Carrier's Haiku stories. Scott is the author of Running After Antelope.
Original fiction by Ira Sher about a group of children who find a man trapped in a well but decide not to get him any help.
Audio artist Gregory Whitehead weaves a story of sexual discovery. And This American Life producer Nancy Updike makes an odd discovery about condom use ... or the lack thereof.
Sarah Thyre reads author David Sedaris' "The Last Time You'll Ever Hear from Me," a story of the ultimate Machiavellian scheming.