“Customer” by S.W. Lauden & “Election Day” by Erik Arneson

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“Customer” by S.W. Lauden and “Election Day” by Erik Arneson (S3E5)

On this special episode of the Title 18: Word Crimes podcast — and not special like ABC Afterschool Specials from the ’70s and ’80s or that episode of Diff’rent Strokes with First Lady Nancy Reagan — we have two stories.

Both stories — “Customer” by S.W. Lauden and “Election Day” by Erik Arneson can be found on the brand new anthology WAITING TO BE FORGOTTEN: Stories of Crime and Heartbreak Inspired by The Replacements.

Published by Gutter Books and edited by Jay Stringer, WAITING TO BE FORGOTTEN also features stories by includes 25 stories by David Accampo, Hailey Ardell, Gorman Bechard, Eric Beetner, Kristi Belcamino, Jerry Bloomfield, William Boyle, Angel Luis Colón, Jen Conley, Rory Costello, Josh Flanagan, Ed Kurtz, Tom Leins, Mike McCrary, Franz Nicolay, Rick Ollerman, Eyre Price, Manuel Royal, Alex Segura, Johnny Shaw, Josh Stallings, Jay Stringer, and Liam Sweeney.

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“Airplane Mode” by S.W. Lauden

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“Airplane Mode” by S.W. Lauden (S2E10)

On this episode, S.W. Lauden‘s short story “Airplane Mode” is read by Andrew Jetarski.

“Airplane Mode” was originally published by The Flash Fiction Offensive at Out of the Gutter Online.

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