“Brunhilda” by Nenekiri Bookwyrm (read by Kergiby)

Clive and Sherman are about to find out the truth to the rumors of spirits on the train they’ve hitched a ride on. But will they survive?

Today’s story is“Brunhilda” by Nenekiri Bookwyrm, who is a dragon that makes games and writes stories. He’s also been known to paint and play the ukulele on occasion. When he’s not reading from his hoard of To-Read books, he makes time to write some stories of his own. He’s recently been featured in Shark Week: An Anthro Ocean Animal Anthology by Rainbow Dog Books, and you can find more of his stories on www.nenekiri.com.

He who seeketh danger, comes not back empty handed. If at all. Old proverb, of possible relevance. Also of possible relevance: the things seen on crossroads, bridges, train stations, and all the other liminal spaces where the known and the unknown meet. But judge that relevance for yourself, listener, in “Brunhilda” tonight on the Ghost of Dog.

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Furry stories to warm the ol' cockles, read by Rob MacWolf and guests. If you have a story that would suit the show, you can get in touch with @VoiceOfDog@meow.social on Mastodon, @voiceofdog.bsky.social on Blue Sky, or @Theodwulf on Telegram.

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