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Death isn't a bad thing; it just needs the right marketing pitch! Join me, Nathan Schulz, as I narrate C.C. MacApp's "All the Earth a Grave." This tale is featured in my collection of short stories, Astounding Stories Vol. 1. where you can listen to yesterday's short stories with a pulp fiction twist, accompanied by music and homemade sound effects.
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Poetry for Funerals is a collection of reflective and soulful poems that pay homage to loved ones who have passed on and provide solace and comfort to those left behind. Whether mourning a loved one or seeking solace, the poems found in Poetry for Funerals remind readers that love endures even in death. To purchase the collection, visit poetryforfunerals.com or find the link in the podcast.
Join the Lively Arts Scene on the Gold Coast and Contribute Your Time to Local Community Theatres!
Volunteering is a crucial part of any thriving theatre community, and it's also an excellent opportunity to gain arts-related experience while giving back to your community. Tugun Theatre and Tweed Theatre are now offering opportunities for front-of-house and behind-the-scenes work for individuals in the southern Gold Coast or Tweed regions. Whether you're skilled with a hammer, love customer service, or interested in stage lighting or costume design, Tugun Theatre & Tweed Theatre are looking for passionate individuals to join their team. Contact information can be found at https://www.goldcoasttheatre.com.au or click the link provided in this podcast. Let's collaborate and volunteer to help the thriving cultural scene on the Gold Coast!