A nursery rhyme about a monster. In “The Ralgorat,” a boy sees something in his closet.
A story about books. In “Two Dozen Shelves,” you learn to meditate at an early age. (This episode also co-hosted by the relentless birds outside of my window.)
A story about an accident and its aftermath. In “Freak Accident,” a boy loses his two front teeth.
A story about a married couple, a surprise pregnancy, a dead dog, and an aquatic visitor. In “Egregore,” a couple spends a weekend in a lakefront cabin in an attempt to save their marriage.
A story about earthquakes and other kinds of moving earth. In “Groundswell,” secretive strangers arrive in a small town and set up a mysterious operation.
A story about a dream and its lingering. In “Audio Notes on a Hidden Moon,” a recurring dream has an interesting side-effect on a man’s mind.
A story about a flight. In “Airborne,” a woman, terrified to fly, sees fears realized in an unexpected way.
A story about an in-group, and an individual. In “Shibboleth,” an individual finds others like him, but not exactly.
A story about a basement. In “Holding Together the World,” two adult children grapple with a secret their parents have left for them.