Posted by Michael Borshuk On 3:25 PM
I like hearing writers read their work aloud--even writers with unexceptional voices, as mine is. Some of the finest readers I've heard (say, Alistair MacLeod, Derek Walcott, Austin Clarke) imbue their fiction with new meaning when they read narrative for an audience.
Add to that that one of my Spring Break resolutions was to teach myself how to create podcasts, I present for your amusement (or probably for mine, mostly), my first ever podcast: "The Can Drive," a story about Yuletide events some time ago, at a Catholic high school in Windsor, Ontario, not unlike the one the author attended in the late 1980s.
You can find the podcast--and perhaps others in the future, if I find the time--here, at The Short Stories of Michael Borshuk.