Saturday, 13 July 2013

The Jellyfarglemarsh


Dear Listener,

"What on earth is a Jellyfarglemarsh?" I hear you ask, "Have we waited nearly a year for episode 31, only to find it full of nonsense words?"

Yes ...

In this episode you will also hear about sanfels and guborgions and ... well I don't want to give too much away.

Here's a direct link to the MP3 ... but don't forget we're on iTunes, too.

The important thing is that Borders of Sleep is finally back in business. We are projecting a more realistic writing and recording schedule to bring you a new story every fortnight. Thank you to all those who have been in touch to let us know how much they are anticipating new episodes and I am sorry it has taken so long to produce some new material - life gets in the way.

The soundtrack for this episode comes from Future Forever by Ion.

I hope you enjoy it.

Sweet dreams,

Seymour

10 comments:

  1. Yes!! At last, more SftBoS. Hmm. That acronym is a bit of a mouthful... Anyway, I'm wayfaring the pacific coast at the moment, and I can't wait to listen to this in my tent in the coming nights!

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    1. Great to hear from you, Sparrowhawk and thank you for listening, waiting patiently, commenting and generally being a great fan. I hope you have a wonderful trip up the coast.

      We hope to be uploading another episode tonight or tomorrow.

      Sweet dreams and fair winds,

      Seymour

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    2. Another great story! Waiting patiently for the next, keep up the good work :-)

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  2. I've now listened to JFM over a dozen times now... I just keep putting it on while going to bed. What was, at first listen, an unintelligible barrage of Carrollian nonsense... is now a familiar (albeit hot) den I keep revisiting each night while drifting into sleep.

    Truly magnificent world-weaving as always, Seymour. I love your work and encourage you to continue! You are an artist, sir.

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    1. Hello, Thinayr,

      I'm flattered that you've listened to this story more than once. I have been building up another stock of nonsense words so there may be a sequel in the future.

      Thank you very much for listening and being a fan. I don't know if you're on facebook but we have a page on there now and I'm hoping to interact more with listeners through it: https://www.facebook.com/bordersofsleep

      Sweet dreams,

      Seymour

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  3. Just found your stuff on pod cast and love love love them. I listen to them while waiting on bus to head to work and to come home again also listen while waiting for the sandman to come visit at night. Keep up the amazing work love all your stories xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  4. Dear Seymour,
    Thank you so much for your brilliant stories. They have been helping me get to sleep for the last few weeks since I discovered your podcasts.
    You have such a great talent for transporting me onto one of those planets and entertaining me while looking for the "narrow door". (one of your many brilliant metaphors)
    I can listen to each story many times- and indeed I have to because I keep falling asleep to your lovely soothing voice.
    "Wild Blue Yonder" has been one of my favorites.
    I hope you put out some more sometime.
    All best of luck to you
    regards Rebecca
    PS I listen to your stories using "Sleep Phones" which are wireless headphones specially designed for comfortable sleeping.(Google them) This is a match made in heaven- I wonder if you could form some sort of collaboration?
    Just a thought
    :)

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    1. Rebecca! Thank you so much for leaving me some feedback and thanks for the 'heads-up' on Sleep Phones - it looks like the very thing I need, so I've ordered some :-)

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  6. Needed a quick podcast for a project. Selected this seemingly-random website. What luck! I'm amazed by the sense of calm and serenity that your stories evoke.

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