Tony-winner James Naughton reads Andrew Lam’s "The Palmist," in which a teenage boy learns about his future, on a bus. The English humorist Saki depicts upper-class horticultural snobbery in "The Occasional Garden." Daniel Gerroll reads. Donald Barthelme’s surreal story "The Balloon" describes its sudden appearance in the sky over Manhattan. Maria Tucci reads with wry charm. The program closes with Haruki Murakami’s unsettling tale "The Little Green Monster," which faces a repressed housewife with a deceptively nightmarish creature.
from : NPR Podcasts