Episode 29: Eggs Under Moon by Elizabeth Barette

Narrated by Barry J Northern, Rish Outfield and Mae Zarris-Heaney

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Show Notes

Today we present Eggs Under Moon by Elizabeth Barette.

Elizabeth lives in Illinois with her partner, Doug. An avid wordsmith, she works as a writer and editor, doing poetry, articles, essays, reviews, interviews, short stories, and more. Her main fields include speculative fiction, gender studies, environmental/social issues, and alternative spirituality. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Rhetoric with a Women’s Studies minor from the English Department at the University of Illinois.

She has published hundreds of poems, dozens of articles, and dozens of short stories. Her writing has appeared in periodicals such as Apex, Gray’s Sporting Journal, Horror Writers Association Newsletter, the Llewellyn annuals, The Lorelei Signal, Mytholog, Nature’s Song, Noneuclidean Café and many, many more. You can see just how many places she’s been published here.

Of Eggs Under Moon she says “This poem came out of the March 1, 2011 Poetry Fishbowl, a live poetry activity that I hold monthly in The Wordsmith’s Forge. It was inspired by a prompt from Mary-Grace Ellington.”

As Barry mentioned we have three recitations of the poem and so three narrators: Barry himself, Rish Outfield and Mae Zarris-Heaney.

Rish Outfield publishes The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine, with Big Anklevich. The Dunsteef regularly publishes genre fiction. In addition to The Dunesteef, both Rish and Big can heard all over the pod-o-sphere; they’re popular and talented voice artists.

Mae Zarris-Heaney is a MasterChef-wannabe disguised as a telco professional. She lives in the picturesque outer suburbs of Melbourne in a house being overtaken by rabid plants. You can see her delicious cooking experiments online or hit her up on Facebook.

Theme music is “Appeal To Heavens” by Alexye Nov, available at MusicAlley.com.