Episode 165: TWSC – The Short Life And Slow Death Of Timmy Van Lowe by Bryan Lincoln

Timmy Van Lowe

An entity is pulled from its slumber, to perform its duty. What is that duty? It’s pretty distasteful. Listen to the dark poem by Bryan Lincoln that was good enough to force Big and Rish’s hand, and make them run their least favorite literary genre on their show.

Afterward, Rish and Big curse Bryan’s name, and vow to avenge the wrong he has done to them. They also praise his good looks, and flounder about pathetically while trying to interpret just what happened in the poem. Luckily, Sonny See was there to rescue them.

Special thanks to Sonny See for producing and narrating today’s story, as well as providing the episode art.

Right click HERE to download the episode, select Save Link As, and save the file to your hard drive.

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Related Links:

Bryan Lincoln’s Site
“Fireflies” by BD Anklevich, read it on his blog
“Dr. Claw” by BD Anklevich, read it on his blog
Chapter One of Sunny and Gray by BD Anklevich, read it on his blog
Marshal’s Kickstarter campaign
Algar Van Cluth’s Site
Silver by Tad Callin, a second person story that appeared on the Dunesteef.
The Return by Kevin David Anderson, a poem that appeared on the Dunesteef.
July, 2008, a month that the Dunesteef was a weekly show.
Music in the story was by Verbum Mentis.
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License

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