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Silas House: 2008

02/22/2008  by mrkeroppi  Comment on this Post

Silas House

Silas House reads from his in-progress novel, Yvonna Darling, “about a woman who kidnaps her own child after custody is unfairly taken away from her.” Ominously full of the slow summer sounds of cicadas, willow trees, and the song of a whippoorwill, this desperate passage is brought to vivid life by House’s rich, Appalachian baritone.

From KWLS 2008: New Voices


This recording is available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights belong to the author. © 2008 Silas House. Used with permission from Silas House.

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