Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”A Luckless Santa Claus” and ”One Christmas”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads short stories from Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“A Luckless Santa Claus” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, published in Newman News, 1912, read by permission of The Matthew J. & Arlyn Bruccoli Collection of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, University of South Carolina Libraries

“One Christmas” by Truman Capote, published by Random House, 1983, read by permission of the Truman Capote Literary Trust.

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”The Thanksgiving Visitor”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“The Thanksgiving Visitor” by Truman Capote

This story is read by permission of the Truman Capote Literary Trust.

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Join Us for the Live Season Finale Event in Montgomery!

Come spend an evening with Troy Public Radio and Alabama Aloud! Enjoy holiday readings from Truman Capote and F. Scott Fitzgerald read by Don Noble. Don will also be reading a story from author and Fitzgerald scholar, Dr. Kirk Curnutt, who will join us in person for a discussion of his work.

Join us at the beautiful Capri Theatre on Thursday, November 2nd at 6:00 p.m.

1045 E Fairview Ave, Montgomery, AL 36106

Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served!

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”The Seamstress”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“The Seamstress” by Suzanne Hudson, published in Stories from the Blue Moon Cafe II: Anthology of Southern Writers

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”Smash and Grab”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“Smash and Grab” by Michael Knight, published in The Alumni Grill: Anthology of Southern Writers

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”Companions”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“Seeing Eye” by Brad Watson, published by W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. in Last Days of the Dog Men: Stories, Copyright 1996 by Brad Watson. Used with permission of the publisher W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. All rights reserved.

“Falling” by Marlin Barton, published by Frederic C. Beil Publisher

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”Capo”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“Capo” by Wendy Reed, published in the 2013 collection The Shoe Burnin’: Stories of Southern Soul

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”Going for Broke”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“A Full Boat” by Daniel Wallace, published in the 2005 collection Stories from the Blue Moon Cafe IV

“Just Like Television” by Thom Gossom Jr. published in the 2015 collection A Slice of Life

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”The Last of the Belles”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“The Last of the Belles” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, published in 1929 in The Saturday Evening Post

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Alabama Aloud with Don Noble – ”What Was Missing”

The work of Alabama authors deserves to be read out loud – and now it is! Join host Don Noble as he reads the diverse and extensive work of Alabama’s finest authors.

In this episode:

“Love” by Michelle Richmond, published in the 2010 collection Hum

Alaskaby Tom Franklin, published in the 1999 collection Poachers

The Other Shoe” by Jennifer Horne, published in the 2013 collection The Shoe Burnin’: Stories of Southern Soul

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