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RMSYL 2: The Owl Critic by James Thomas Fields (read by Gabor Kovacs)


One of the pleasures of doing RMSYL is being open to the experience of how other people’s enthusiasms will wing their way into your life and get you all gee’d up about stories or poems you might never have glanced at twice.

Having someone say “This story/poem/passage is so bloody brilliant I’m going to invite you round to my gaff, sit you down with a cup of tea, and read it to you!” means that you’re more likely than not to be infected by their enthusiasm.

Which is exactly what happened when I got an email from Gabor Kovacs, Continue reading