Tell Me a Story. - Episode 3: Creativity & Hope

Ingenuity has brought us to this point of advanced civilization, and ingenuity will need to be the thing that saves us from self-destruction.

Tell Me a Story. - Episode 3: Creativity & Hope

Hello, and welcome to episode 3 of Tell Me a Story, where we take poems, essays, and short stories from The CHILLFILTR Review and we bring them to you, audiobook style. I'm your host, Krister Axel.

Today, our theme is creativity & hope. We are exploring the raw power of the human mind to both define the future and rediscover the past. Ingenuity has brought us to this point of advanced civilization, and ingenuity will need to be the thing that saves us from self-destruction. Or something like that.

Featuring work by Charlotte A Wynn, Steven R. Southard, and Lisa del Rosso. A new episode of TMaS posts every other Friday - you can listen here, on our radio broadcast at CHILLFILTR Radio (2p and 6pm PST Friday and Saturday), or on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher.

What Lies in the Heart of a Reverie but Rapture? - a Short Story by Charlotte A Wynn
If you could disappear without consequence into a living dream could you resist, or more importantly, resurface?
Broken Flute Cave. - a Short Story by Steven R. Southard
Hototo, last musician of his tribe, plays his flute on his dying day and sees the future.
In Beautiful Weather. - an Essay by Lisa del Rosso
A memorable encounter with a gorgeous fireman transcends the ephemeral.

If you would like to submit your work to be featured on this podcast, just visit us at CHILLFILTR.com, and click the link that says 'write for us.'

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Krister Axel

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