IROSF had this to say about the story:
If you want to posit a distinction between a fiction and a story, this one is a fiction. The events of the story, or the several stories, that lie in the background of this scene must be inferred by the reader. Nor is it clear even to the participants just how the ghosts are invoked, or what sort of presence they have there. None of this really matters in this piece, where the point is the presence of the observers and the different reason that each of them have for coming to confront their ghosts, or not.
Also, Willow Fagan (whose artist spotlight is up today and you should def. check it out) mentioned it on his blog.
At the beginning of this story, I thought the use of the style and format of a public radio show was clever and interesting. By the end, I was very moved.
That’s what I was going for :)