On today’s show we hear a wonderful story by Daniel Arthur Smith, The Titan’s Daughter, a creative reworking of the Calypso excerpt of Homer’s Odyssey, a series of dreams and faint memories trigger a mysterious longing in a man otherwise content.
After the story, Daniel and I have a great talk about how this story was crafted, and how Daniel’s life as an adventurer has honed his craft and how his experiences give inspiration to his work.
Check out Daniel’s work here: http://www.danielarthursmith.com
And the amazing online magazine, Tales From The Canyons Of The Damned, here: http://canyonsofthedamned.com
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