Piece Comment

Review of "Audio Postcard"

I love the tone of this story. It’s playful and engaging-- this is no preachy environmental story; it’s a description of an adventure in a beautiful, wild place. There’s an implicit message that if this kind of experience is going to be available to future generations, we’re going to have to put more thought into preserving our wild spaces. But the experience itself is the focus. The narration and the ambience effectively put the listener in the scene, as if the story is happening as it’s being told. The volume of the interview goes in and out in a few places, but overall this is a well-made and well-drawn story, and definitely deserves to be shared.