Best of The Lapse – Year Three

Best of The Lapse - Year 3

A collection of The Lapse’s very best year yet. Featuring stories by Shawn Duyette, Jupiter Diego, Andrea Abbate, Joe Holmes, and Sire. A massive thank you to supporters Darrell Kane, L.C. Greene, Cindy Crijins, Matthew Gibson, David Gattey, David McCaw, Bren McDonald, Haley Boros, Jennifer Cherney, Rob Holcomb, Patrick Freebern, and Mary Anna Gordon. Your support alone keeps The Lapse running – patreon.com/thelapse.

Single Serving Friends – Ruth A | Episode 45

My Neighborhood Pen Pal

Hobbies. Values. Affectations. Signs of any lasting friendship. But when we’re kids, it’s proximity that makes us best buds. Our most profound friendships are made for next to no reason. The Lapse survives on listener support. Help Kyle make season 4 a reality at patreon.com/thelapse. Thank you so much to patrons Matthew Gibson, Cindy Crijns, David McCaw, Rob Holcomb, Jennifer Cherney & Patrick Freebern! I couldn’t do it without you. Check out Freddie’s lineup at Oxford Games including Ex Libris! Use LAPSE15 at checkout for 15% off your order.

Treehouse of Horror – Kyle Gest | Episode 44

Treehouse of Horror Kyle Gest

Turn out your lights. Put on your headphones. Welcome, boils and ghouls, to The Lapse SPOOKYTELLING Podcast. It happened to a friend of a friend of mine… Has The Lapse moved you, scared you, given you pause to reflect? Consider supporting Kyle Gest’s work with a small monthly donation at patreon.com/thelapse. The show simply cannot run without your support. A massive thank you to patrons Patrick Freebern, Matthew Gibson, Jennifer Cherney, Haley Boros, Rob Holcomb, David McCaw & Cindy Crijns!

The Lapse Presents: At a Loss for Words

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How do two lovebirds who can’t speak the same language, who barely understand one another, somehow manage to hit it off? It’s something you and I and everyone you know has used at least once. In this first installment of The Lapse Presents, from former Wiretap producers Mira Burt-Wintonick and Cristal Duhaime, this is “Love Me,” a podcast about the messiness of human connection.