The Girl Who Turns to Rabbits

A nervous schoolgirl transforms into multitudes of white rabbits. Despite her constant anxiety, she's okay with ending up bones.

This episode is based on a story of the same title by Melissa Goodrich, a writer based in Tucson, Arizona. Her work has appeared in American Short Fiction, Artful Dodge, The Kenyon Review Online, Passages North, PANK, Word Riot, Gigantic Sequins, and others. She is a co-author of the collaborative collection The Classroom, from which “The Girl Who Turns to Rabbits” comes. She also produced the fiction collection Daughters of Monsters and a poetry chapbook entitled, IF YOU WHAT. Her rabbit's name is Oliver, but everyone calls him Bun Bun.

Music in this episode comes from the Barker Trio, cátodo dúo, la corporación, the Watery Graves of Portland, Gospel of Mars, Hernan Sama and Marcelo von Schultz, and Animals & Men. You can find all of those artists and more at the Free Music Archive.

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