Welcome back to Blue Funk Podcast. I’m Rachel Renee and I read you stories from writers across the country and beyond.
Before we get started with today’s story, I have some business to attend to. That business being an apology. For all my listeners, I’m very sorry for missing episodes. I guess you could say I caught the Blue Funk. These are discouraging times we live in. They are a bit scary too and I got a little overwhelmed. In that, I forgot the whole reason why I created Blue Funk podcast in the first place.
With that being said, after I finish The Kiwis: Unsung Heroes of WWII, I’ll be taking a short break so that I can give Blue Funk Podcast a bit a makeover. For season two, the content will be more curated rather than Random. I may also separate Blue Funk and Kid’s Blue Funk into their own podcasts.
You may still submit your stories. I will always accept them, but I’m going to continue to dig around in the public domain. I’m finding so many tales that are interesting…possibly forgotten. Maintaining the oral tradition of storytelling is very important to many.
Today's story is a fantasy called the The Long Porter’s Tale by Lord Dunsany.
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