Here are some stories, both to read and to listen to; each of them has a recording of me reading as well as the text. When I add more stories here, I'll announce it in Gentle Readers. At present all these stories are old favourites of mine. Later I'll add some of my own as well.
- The Storyteller, by Saki
- Some people understand how to tell stories, and some don't. Saki did. And in this story, he shows us the gulf between those who can and can't.
- The Open Window, by Saki
- One of the great powers of stories is to put a frame around events, changing the way we understand them. This story shows us how it's done.
- The Stalled Ox, by Saki
- Saki reminds us that it is better to embrace absurdity than to fight it.