Stories from the Borders of Sleep
Stories from the Borders of Sleep
Seymour Jacklin
A semi-regular podcast, featuring original stories, fantastic fables and curious tales written and read by your host, Seymour Jacklin. Each episode takes the listener on an imaginative and thought-provoking journey. Aimed at adults but very suitable for children, too.
Decorations
A heartwarming magical story for the Holidays in the tradition of well-loved Yuletide tales.
Dec 24, 2023
30 min
The Copse
For all the gatherers of feathers and stones and the friends of nature, a tale of healing and connection with the soul of the woodland.
Dec 4, 2023
34 min
The Cadillac in the Pond
What if ... someone woke up one morning to find a Cadillac in their duck pond? You need wonder no more ...
Mar 21, 2023
39 min
The Boat Going Home
Here's another sleeptime story that came from a dream. In it you will meet a special friend that I was privileged to have for a while, as well as accompanying me on a strange and wonderful journey along with another friend, somewhat mysterious.
Jul 3, 2022
38 min
Flea
An artist executes an act of subversion one hot afternoon while nobody is paying very much attention.
May 5, 2022
29 min
The Guestbook
A friendship is nurtured through a series of entries in 'The Guestbook'. Then, one day, the friends meet each other and things take a magical turn.
Mar 22, 2022
51 min
The Spudfellow
The humble potato has the power to bring so much joy.
Dec 13, 2021
48 min
The Artisan, The Abbot and the Architect
Three men meet one evening and not entirely by chance ... the story unfolds. Above them is the monastery and below them is the forest, each with their peculiar forces.
Oct 17, 2021
31 min
Monday Mechanical CLub
This is a story about a stenography machine, and an unusual group of people who meet in a basement .... http://www.bordersofsleep.com
Aug 4, 2021
27 min
To Catch a Skerrid
Magic runs in the family, so when cousin Rupert comes to spend the summer with Damson and her mother, there are magic tricks, a little transdimensional tomfoolery, and, of course, poetic justice. 
Apr 12, 2021
21 min
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