Jason Carl

School’s out, eighth grade’s over, a time for celebration. But not for Ben, a simple boy who’s been left behind the last two years. [11min] Excerpt: Ben swung back and forth across the sand, his shoes gliding across the surface as he scrunched his eyes and stared at the top of the sun disappearing behind […]

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Alienation: looking around and wondering when the footsteps of humanity had cooled from the earth. [6 min] Excerpt: The sign in the window says: “Offering Jobs to Non-Humans Only.” Oh my God, I think as I trudge along the street, walking and walking to find an employer that will hire a human. It’s been three […]

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When a nephilim is found murdered in Goblin Town, the draconic Inspector Tenuk finds himself saddled with an unwanted partner in his quest to find the killer. [44min]

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I’ve always had a grudging admiration for the bold women who present themselves at dressing room doors, ready for what ever lies behind them. [39min]

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Audio version now available! Homer, Alaska will always have its rumors about what happened to Paul and Jimbo that fateful night. – Nominated for the 2009 Sir Julius Vogel award for New Zealanders. (27 min)

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Jason Carl: Profile

February 16, 2009

Jason Carl brings life to the stories he reads for the Wily Writers, and we’re lucky to have him. His experience with storytelling, acting and writing all inform the wonderful interpretations he produces. Jason Carl makes his home in Seattle, where it can in fact rain all the time: fortunately, he finds inspiration in the […]

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He was a man of salt and sea, and though he only had one knee, buccaneers will rue the day, when Bloodcake, with his life, did pay. This is the story of the captain’s death…and rebirth. (24min)

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