Monday, June 08, 2009

My story, "The Murder Cache," to be read aloud

Alan Vogel hosts a radio show out of Northampton, Massachusetts called Lit103.3; fiction for the ears. The show is broadcast Tuesdays from 1:00PM -2:00PM on WXOJ FM 103.3, a community radio station that serves the 5-college area with a potential audience of approximately
50,000 literate people. Each week he reads a short story or two on the air, plays some music relevant to the story, and talks a bit about writing. The show streams live on at the same time. The readings and printed version of the stories are archived on his website: Lit 103.3.

Why am I telling you all this? Because Alan has selected my mystery short story, "The Murder Cache," to read on his program that will be aired Tuesday, June 9th and again on Tuesday, June 16th. If you live in the area, please listen in. Otherwise, please visit the website to listen to or read the story. "The Murder Cache" first appeared in The Map of Murder anthology, published February, 2007. This anthology was an Award-Winner in the Short Story Fiction category of the National Indie Excellence 2007 Book Awards.


Sheila Deeth said...

Congratulations! And what a neat idea.

Angel1 said...

This really is a great idea. I missed the show, but wanted to congradulate you anyway. That is too cool.