AD Flash 016 – Both Sides Now   December 19th, 2010

Renee Carter Hall gives us two dramatic shorts showing two views of the darker end of the spectrum of human/anthro interactions.

“Sideshow” and “Cover of Darkness” by Renee Carter Hall

Read by Peter Katt

Music cues by Infinity Squared

Download or listen to the episode here.

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January 15th, 2011 at 6:04 pm
Vaperfox Says:

“Sideshow” is an example of how small details can memorably characterize a world in a piece of flash fiction. Renee Carter Hall does an excellent job of hinting at the history of the story world while giving the protagonist just enough room to grow throughout the events of the tale. Peter Katt does a fine job of hinting at the interpersonal relationships through deft manipulation of voices.

“Cover of Darkness” implies a dark and foreboding world of mystery and danger while providing a light in the darkness for the characters to shine. The focus on the closeness of one personal moment shows how much can be achieved in a short amount of interaction. Excellent stories.

January 15th, 2011 at 7:26 pm
Merc Says:

I always enjoy Renee’s work, and these two stories make a great pair. Very nice audio, I enjoyed it!

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