This is a good one, folks. A lot of times, I'm given a story to narrate for another show, and I sort of shrug whilst reading it, or sometimes I don't understand the story, and every once in a while, I'm handed something that is Not Ready For Prime Time, if you will. But not this one.
"The Secret To Calling Rabbits" by Wendy Wagner is such a great story, I would've done it for free!
Well, I certainly would've fought to get this thing on the Dunesteef, if it had come across our door. It's an interesting, sad tale about the last dwarf in the world, and his encounter with a little Big (human) girl. And it's better than anything I could write, I fear.
Here is the link to the story over at Far-Fetched Fables.
Still, I'd like to think I brought something to the table with my reading. If you don't like my voice, though, then you can listen to someone else read it at this link. After you go eff yourself, of course.
Rish Outfield, Rabbit Caller