10.22.17 It’s Bedtime

Benjamin Franklin said, “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise,” but James Thurber said, “Early to rise and early to bed makes a man healthy, wealthy, and dead.” Either way you look at it, it’s bedtime on melodically challenged!


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Aubade – Paula Cunningham

Nightime Worship – Ana Merino translated and read by Elizabeth Polli

Breakdown in April – Chloe Honum

Why I go to sleep earlier – Thorpe Moeckel

Used Books – Luljeta Lleshanaku translated by Ani Gjika

Where you could sit up straight – Francine J. Harris

Martin Healy’s War on God – Eoghan Walls

A Boy – Jorge Gimeno

In His Studio, Late – Cristen Brooks

The Illustrious Bedfellows of a Straight Laced Man – Friar Tuck

Fever – Chloe Honum

Diagnosis – Heather Tressler

From Maine to New York – Tasha Graff

Birthday – Elena Medel

Half Ourselves and Half Not – Colin Cheney

Tara – Elena Medel

Another Bedlam Romance – The Red Crickets

Go Out of the Burning House – Sean Nevin

Plowing – Brittney Perham

In My Bed – White Wires

Oblivio Gate – Sean Nevin

Ballad for the Daily Condition – Jennifer K. Sweeney

excerpt from Bedlam in a Sugar Plum Fairy Reception – Lugar

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