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Utopian Tetragon

Narrated by: Skyler Gallun
Length: 38 mins
Categories: Fiction, Literary
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Located in the former Republic of Sunny Emissions, Utopian Tetragon is conceived to be true in the mind of a mad writer, Willing Participant.

©2017 S.C. Smith (P)2018 S.C. Smith Publishing

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Brilliantly Absurd

Glad I came across this unique short story!

The author creates literary wordplay in a low-brow setting in the future - a place called the Former Republic of Sunny Emissions - subtly explores socially relevant interactions without beating you over the head. The strength is the writer's choice of words that makes this story unique.

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Listened two times today!

Prose, phrasings, and choice of words forced me to listen twice today. All ears and mind on deck! This is nothing like the author's other books - thriller/suspense stuff. It's completely original in my opinion. The sample gives you an idea of its unique voice. The main character's name is Willing Participant (a delusional writer!) It's a simple setting (an apartment building). The characters are absurd yet profound. I would laugh at something and then get smacked with its serious subtext. If you like stories that have closure, this isn't it - this floats off into the "Ecosphere Imperative"