Franz Kafka

So here’s something you don’t hear everyday–or, to put it another way, he’s not one of the first authors I ran to when conceiving of what to read for 32 Days of Halloween. It’s Franz Kafka and a short piece entitled “A Dream.” It’s been translated into English by our friend and yours, Dom. So give him hugs and espresso on Twitter for his efforts. I’ve never read aloud something that’s been freshly translated before. So…cool.

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You can download it directly here. And to subscribe to the 32 Days of Halloween audio feed, here you go.

Now–it’s available in iTunes. Check it out here.