Join us and outstanding reader Heather Klinke as we creep on into The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman!
Special thanks to Innsmouth House Studios for graciously hosting Chris!
Next week: The Monkey’s Paw!
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Great show, guys! I always liked this story. Can’t wait for Monkey’s Paw!
Since I last used Paypal I’ve forgotten the answer to my security question, and my credit card number has changed.
So serious question, as we both live in the UK can I just send Chris a check for the year instead?
I’ve never found it so difficult to spend twenty quid in my life!
There’s a full radio play version of Yellow Wallpaper starring Agnes Moorehead on the old time radio show Suspense. (Actually once in 1948 and another version in 1957.)
She’s known for playing Endora on Bewitched, but she has major street cred for playing Citizen Kane’s mom, appearing in several of Orson Welles’s other feature films, was a member of his Mercury Theater repertory co, and originated the part of The Shadow’s love interest Margo Lane. She didn’t play a major role in the 1938 War of the Worlds Halloween broadcast, but supposedly provided some of the screams.
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This may be my first comment but I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed Heather’s reading on this one. So much so that I’ve listened to the podcast a couple more times now just to hear her segments. I would definitely donate to a ransom of she were to record a full version of this story.
[...] The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkin Gilman (Wikipedia) There are parallels between this story and the short story ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ by American Writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman which was published in 1892. This story was also recently examined in detail by the HPPodcraft. [...]
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