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Title: Voice-Only Flash Fiction Winners
Other Titles: Audio Winners Series: Voice-Only Flash Fiction Winners
Author: McDonald, Josh; Aravamudhan, Jithendria Kumar
Keywords: madman at a bus shelter
man narrates reason for his madness
Date: 2008-02-28
Publisher: The Missouri Review
Abstract: This podcast features the winners in the Voice-Only Flash Fiction category. Josh McDonald earns first place in the flash fiction, voice-only category with his submission, "Lost." It's a comic, surreal story of a madman on a bus shelter roof and the elderly woman who finds him. McDonald is a writer, musician and storyteller. He says he's read his stories all over the United Kingdom (he hails from Bristol), including "bars, clubs, boats, yurts and coal-powered power stations." The first-runner up honors go to Jithendria (Jithu) Kumar Aravamudhan, with his entry, "Memoirs of a Mad Man." In the story, the main character narrates his past and the reasons that lead to his madness. Jithu is a third-year graduate student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. A native of India, he specialized in theatre sound design.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/2553

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