002: The Daisy Haunt, by Claudie Arseneault

"The Daisy Haunt" by Claudie Arseneault

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About the Author: Claudie Arseneault is a French Canadian asexual writer in her late twenties, hailing from Quebec City. Her writing swings between a high fantasy saga and several solarpunk projects, the latest of which is editing Wings of Renewal: A Solarpunk Dragon Anthology.

When she’s not typing away at her keyboard, she can be found playing her favorite games, blazing through a book, or obsessing over squids and hot air balloons.

About the Audio: The story is read by Katie Formosi and Faith Gregory. Intro and outro are by Nicole Brown. The intro music is "Boom Boom Box," and the outro is "I Was Three," both by Ben Bunker.


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This story contains supernatural elements (ghosts, haunting), breaking and entering, violation of personal boundaries, and some sexual content.

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This podcast is released in 2015 under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Lisence. You can duplicate it to share, but only in its entirety and without alterations, and you may not duplicate it for profit.

The story “The Daisy Haunt” is copyright 2015 Claudie Arseneault, and may not be duplicated outside the context of this publication without her permission.

Thumbnail art is by Vondell Swain, and is released jointly by Swain and by Solarpunk Press under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Details and high resolution copies of the art are available at solarpunkpress.com.