Waiting in line is an unfortunate reality in modern life. When Frank McMurtry finds himself in a mysterious line with an eclectic group of strangers, he doesn’t want to be there…but is it better to stay, or walk away?
Written by Anne Stringer
Narration by Rick Stringer
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Copyright 2008 Anne Stringer
Copyright 2008 Rick Stringer and Matt Wallace
2 thoughts on “Queue”
Great story, great listen. I guess in a way we are all in the same line. Is there really a good option? I have a friend who’s suicidal lately so this story is very germaine for me. Also, got me sensing the emptiness of the prospect of invisibility, (in lieu of death/rebirth and those who are feeling invisible now, not sure how they got there, like my/our friend…), paradoxical theme, with the malaise of Anne’s Amarant characters who never get in line. Good one, Anne!
Thanks Karin. It was a fun story to narrate. I think Anne did a great job with this one too.
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