Short stories to accompany you on your commute -- wherever that may be.
Superman Falling (32-minute drive)
To salvage his marriage, New York advertising exec reluctantly travels with his wife to the Midwest for her high school reunion.
How To Write Your Own Biography (27-minute drive)
When her best friend is diagnosed with cancer, an empty-nester takes a road trip, leaving her husband at home.
My Panda (6-minute drive)
Feeling stifled by her unruly household and her giant panda, a woman contemplates escape.
Monster Leaves Dog (18-minute drive)
As a long-married couple prepares to part ways, the husband tries to convince his wife to change her mind.
"Tribe" (28-minute drive)
In a dystopian future, a woman juggles memories of her former life with her growing feelings for someone new as she and her nomadic tribe face a dwindling water supply in the desert.
"Room" (22-minute drive)
Short story: In a near-future dystopia, two people check into a hotel room knowing only one will check out.
Start with one. You’ll be back.
Thoughtful and unusual stories that unfold gradually and deliberately. Smith-Seetachitt’s writing entertains, inspires thought, and is subtly vivid. Best of all, she reads it well.
Room-Words to Drive By
Lovely quiet story full of vague references that allow the listener’s mind to fill in the blanks. Beautiful. Thank you, Barrington!