Thoughts Out of Season is a collection of paramount importance consisting of four notable essays written between 1873 and 1876.
G-8, the high-flying ace pilot of World War I, was born in the front seat of a car barreling through the Holland Tunnel. His father was Robert Jasper Hogan, who had made quite a name for himself as a prolific pulp writer specializing in aviation fiction during the glamorous era now styled Between the Wars. Among practitioners of that now-lost art, this school of writing was styled Yammering Guns, after the sound of contending synchronized machine guns in furious action.
Union Signal Radio Theatre presents another full-cast audio exploration of life on earth. In Mallets Aforethought, a pair of aging croquet champions finally meet their match at a high-stakes tournament on the Maine coast.