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Podcast EDF009: The Death Meter • by Debbie Cowens • read by Matt Cowens

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The Death Meter” was originally published in EDF on January 4, 2010.

Debbie Cowens lives on the Kapiti Coast of New Zealand with her husband and son. She is the co-creator of the Matador card games Dig, Mob and Cow and an enthusiast of drama and amateur film-making. She has worked as an English language teacher in Japan and more recently taught English and Media Studies at high school.

Matt Cowens is a writer and high school English and Media Studies teacher living on the Kapiti Coast of New Zealand. He has taught English in Japan, designed and produced card games, written and illustrated comics and is an enthusiastic amateur video maker.

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Podcast EDF009: The Death Meter • by Debbie Cowens • read by Matt Cowens, 4.0 out of 5 based on 13 ratings
Posted on February 1, 2010 in Podcasts
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  • http://www.theprodigalscribe.com Mickey Mills

    I got a “File not found” when trying to play this.

  • http://www.abluestar.com/blog/ Steven Smethurst

    Fixed.
    I sincerely apologies, it looks like a typo messed the post. Sorry

  • dave bijoux

    Matt slow down. Too rushed. Ruins the rhythm of the writer’s words.

  • dave bijoux

    But may I also say that it was a joy to find the story and the website. Have subscribed.

  • http://www.mattcowens.livejournal.com Matt Cowens

    Righto Dave – will take that on board. This recording is at about 70% of my normal speaking rate. I am barely comprehensible in person :-)

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