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The outdoor thermometer reads impossible numbers, the red hand too far to the right. Women walk in slow motion, their voices low and languid, and when someone drops a folding chair, it falls in a parallel universe where time is just a blur. Cicadas, the only males at the festival, scream and holler for a female, any goddamn female, all they really require is that she isn’t dead, to come check out their bachelor pad and consider their proposal…Sage Tyrtle
Just in time for the week of International Women’s Day, our latest Podcast is the funny and life-affirming “Midwest Wimmin’s Festival 1987”, beautifully read by Sage Tyrtle.
You can listen to the podcast on the player below, or subscribe to “Litro Lab” on Spotify or iTunes.
Did you like this podcast? Listen to “Life in the Dressing Room of the Theatre” by Elinora Westfall, next.
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About Sage Tyrtle
Sage Tyrtle's work is available or upcoming in New Delta Review, The Offing, Longleaf Review, and Apex among others. She's told stories on stages all over the world and her words have been featured on NPR, CBC, and PBS. She runs a low cost online writing workshop collective.
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