Tuesday Aug 15, 2023
Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
We've got a new lady writing for us this week. I mean, she didn't write just for us, and she's been dead for a hundred and fifteen years...but you get the point.
Mary de Morgan, who had interesting relationships with both Rudyard Kipling and George Bernard Shaw (you'll have to listen for more details) wrote this week's story, and Heather gives it a great read!
While she reads, your hosts engage in a rapid fire exchange of witticisms.
"Rapid fire" seems generous. It's definitely witty at a comfortable marathon pace. But they do talk about some weird nonsense.
Raise your hand if you're surprised.
Topics of conversation include the questionable origins of Scrabble, a prequel to The Wizard of Oz, and George Bernard Shaw's stupid chin.
"The Three Clever Kings" was published in 1880.
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