You can listen to a (free) reading of my short story, "Silent Hill" on Lit 103.3.
The Tucson Weekly had this to say: "Larry D. Sweazy's cool, creepy "Silent Hill" features a gifted, orphaned brother and sister ripped from their life of New York privilege. Separated and grown up, they seek reunion in a very peculiar ghost town." -- Christine Wald-Hopkins
Ghost Towns, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Russell Davis (Pinnacle, 2010).
This is the third story of mine that has appeared on Lit 103.3. "Lucky is Another Country" and Pushback" have been previously featured on the show. Alan Vogel does a fine job of reading, and I hope you'll stop by and listen.