Mar 072012
 

At Rope’s End

 
We read An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce. Originally published in the collection of Tales of Soldiers and Civilians in 1891, it is likely Bierce’s most widely-read work. Listen in or, at the very least, read it, so you can enjoy our discussion in the next episode.
 
 
 
 

Credits:
 
Produced by: Tim Flanagan and Pat Howe
Edited by: Tim Flanagan
 
The following sounds and music were used in this audio production:
bush11.wav by schademans at The Free Sound Project
bush6.wav by schademans at The Free Sound Project
SPLASH.wav by petenice at The Free Sound Project
canon2.aif by man at The Free Sound Project
tictac-clock.wav by andriala at The Free Sound Project
river_2.wav by laurent at The Free Sound Project
20060706-night-forest02.flac by dobroide at The Free Sound Project
crash1-reverse.wav by halleck at The Free Sound Project
bamf.wav by themfish at The Free Sound Project
grenade-reverse-reverb.wav by grandpablaine2 at The Free Sound Project
wave1.wav by kayyy at The Free Sound Project
reverse_clang2.wav by bristolstories at The Free Sound Project
JBF_Plywood_Breaking_2 by cmusounddesign at The Free Sound Project
large-anvil-steel-hammer-4.wav by benboncan at The Free Sound Project
bullet-whiz.wav by cgeffex at The Free Sound Project
aaronsiler-musket-1.wav by aaronsiler at The Free Sound Project
aaronsiler-musket-3.wav by aaronsiler at The Free Sound Project
Anxiety by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Bump in the Night by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Chase by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Clenched Teeth by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Fire Prelude by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Long Note Four by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Long Note One by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Redletter by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
Wounded by Kevin MacLeod@ incompetech.com
HighTension by Jason Shaw@ audionautix.com
Plantation by Jason Shaw@ audionautix.com

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