11 Central Ave
A weekly three-minute radio comic strip, produced in association with Chicago Public Radio.
11 Central Ave #65. Part 2 of A stranger at the door. The holiday episodes.
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11 Central Ave #64. A stranger at the door. The holiday episodes #1 -- with #2 a sequel. Written by Sean Hurley.
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11 Central Ave #63. Libertarians take over New Hampshire Libertarians pledge to move to New Hampshire en masse, colliding with liberals from Massachusetts fleeing there to escape property taxes.
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11 Central Ave #62. Vasectomy Christine wants Nat to do the equivalent of a vasectomy.
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11 Central Ave #61.  Christine is tired, overworked, and at the end of her rope. Written by Steve Skinner, as part of the "Writers Write 11 Central Ave" series. Christine is tired, overworked, and at the end of her rope.
Direct download: 11CApgm61skinnercat.mp3
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11 Central Ave #60.  Wilfred Owen's war poem. This episode is based on the World War One Wilfred Owen War Poem Dulce et decorum est. Owen was killed a week before the armistice.
Direct download: 11CApgm60wilfredowen.mp3
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11 Central Ave #59.  Christine announces she's pregnant. Written by Ruth Pennebaker.
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11 Central Ave #58.  The brown eyes/blue eyes experiment
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11 Central Ave #57 - Nat's Novel by James Reiss This episode, written by James Reiss, is part of the "Writers Write 11 Central Ave" series. James Reiss's surname rhymes with "peace." His latest book is Riff on Six: New and Selected Poems (Salt Publishing, 2003). In 2008 Rager Media will publish his novel, Facade for a Penny Arcade. His work has appeared in such places as The Atlantic Monthly, Esquire, The Hudson Review, The Nation, The New Republic, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Poetry, and Slate, plus anthologies, textbooks, and Web sites. His first poetry collection, The Breathers, was nominated for the National Book Award. His fourth book of poems, Ten Thousand Good Mornings, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. He received writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ohio Arts Council, and the New York Foundation for the Arts, as well as awards from the Academy of American Poets, the College English Association of Ohio, the Ohioana Library Association, the Poetry Society of America, the Unterberg Poetry Center of the 92nd Street Y in New York, and the Pushcart Press. He is Professor Emeritus of English at Miami University and Founding Editor of Miami University Press in Oxford, Ohio.
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11 Central Ave #56 - Future Harvest Rick gets rejected by a sperm bank.
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