Friday the 13th!…of March

A SECOND Friday the 13th? In a row??

Wow. What did we all do in our collective past lives to warrant that?


Oh! Before I forget…reminder that if you’d like to join in the fun, just record your piece (public domain or with express permission of the author only please), post it to SoundCloud, and shoot me (Xe) the link via email at voxology(at)xesands(dot)com.


Let’s see…getting this out a bit late (did you NOT notice it was Friday the 13th last Friday? Total chaos! Destruction! The horror! The horror! Er…which means Going Public was a wee bit delayed…)…but to make up for it, we’ve got some nifty pieces for you…enjoy!


Bright Horizons – Part 5, by Maevyn Davis-Rackerby

Read by Xe Sands

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Xe writes…

…recorded with permission of the author

[Bright Horizons Playlist – parts added as released]

Continuing our 10-week journey…a dark one, as we join our unreliable narrator, Jax as they try to make sense of what’s happening to them, both inside and out, just what kind of place they’ve found themselves in, and what the hell is wrong with Bright Horizons.

Written by Maevyn Davis-Rackerby during junior high for the NaNoWriMo Young Writers Program in 2011, it’s my privilege to be allowed to try and do it justice.

Image credit: megan ann
hallway of dreams. nightmares




Uncomfortable, by V5J

Read by V5J

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V5J writes…

“This skin is uncomfortable, beautiful when new, in a mother’s eyes…”

1 + 8 = 9, the number of imperfection

Written 2015




Princess2, by Wayne Gatfield

Read by Wayne Gatfield

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Wayne writes…
Two of my poems with music.




Aminita Muscaria by ProjectLono

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ProjectLono writes…

Words written and performed by Bob Beagrie, with music and recording by S.J.Forth



Tom Jones, Book XII, Chapter 10, by Henry Fielding

Read by Mark Turetsky

Mark writes…

Book 12 Chapter 10 of Tom Jones.

This is part of an ongoing project in which I will record and post one chapter per week of Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones over the course of four years.

In this chapter, Jones shares a drink with the lawyer Mr. Dowling. We are reminded that Dowling is the lawyer who delivered the news of the death of Miss Bridget Blifil years before. Tom tells Dowling his whole story, and Dowling concludes that there must be more at work in Blifil’s character assassination than Tom is aware of. Tom doesn’t pay him much heed, though, and rides off into the rainy night as soon as his horses are ready.

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