Audio version of a new short story by Lisa Jones
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Lisa Jones’s brilliant short story Pondmaster is the third in a series of recordings of original work by new writers from Scotland. This is a timely, offbeat portrait of creeping loneliness and alienation, shot through with warmth and humour. Pondmaster was read by Sarah MacGillivray, and produced by Angus McPake and Patrick Small. Many thanks to the Russell Trust for contributing invaluable funding this project.
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