Short Story: Child’s Play

My short story, Child’s Play, aired at 11pm on Monday, 18 October on The Jealous Wall on Dublin Digital Radio recited by actress Eimear Keating.

If you missed it – you can listen to the podcast HERE.


Child’s Play by Susan Condon
John Deerborn by Edel Williams
The Meghan and Harry Effect by Eileen Casey
Underground by R.M. Clarke

The radio show where dark, twisted short stories, written by Irish based authors, reside!

The Jealous Wall
Dublin Digital Radio – an independent online radio station – was voted Best Online Station in Europe in the @MixCloud Online Radio Awards 2018.

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Twitter: @DublinDigiRadio @EimearKeating @susancondon

About Susan Condon

Irish Writer and Poet. Award winning, published short story writer.

Posted on November 8, 2021, in Writing and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Hi Susan, I’m sorry but I missed the play on Monday, will it be replayed again?


    Sent from my iPad


  2. Michael – great to hear from you and delighted to hear you’re on the mend. Look forward to catching up with you again soon and you’ll get back to your writing again soon – I have no doubt! Hopefully you can listen in – click the link any time to see if you can tune in – my son, in Chicago, is planning to tune in too so hopefully you can both access. Stay safe and see you in 2022 🙂


  3. Susan, congratulations! I miss my Irish friends and hope to get back on schedule next spring. Covid didn’t get me but two trips to the hospital with my gallbladder and stomach kept  me restricted mostly at home! No Guinness or pubs! Very little writing too! Do you know if I can get the radio station in Key West? According to the schedule online it looks as if it would be online around early afternoon my time on Monday. See you next year and glad you’ve kept writing. It seems my surgeries have kept me tired and I spend too much time sleeping! Fallen far behind in my writing and reading! Michael Siocháin, I can resist everything but temptation.Oscar Wilde The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it. Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

    “The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.”Dorothy Parker Michael Haskins


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