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Yale Daily News Podcasts · Attune: Subtle Shifts

This first episode of Attune features three short stories: The Jaguar by Griffin Berlin read by Camilla Ledezma, Moving Panes written and read by Rachel Calcott, and finally After Closing written by Odette Wang and read by Wei Li. Link to stories.

This episode was produced by Christine Yang, Slaveya Zaharieva, Kadiatou Keita, and Emilia Fernández, as well as Sydney Bryant, Sophia Lee, and Eileen Peng. Original music by Michael Gancz and Sharon Ahn. Additional scoring with music from Blue Dot Sessions. Sound engineered by Kadiatou Keita, Eileen Peng, Emilia Fernández, and Christine Yang. Poster art by Keyi Cui.

Attune is an audio narrative anthology producing student written short stories, plays, and poetry, as well as voice talent and original soundtracks by both Yale students and alumni.

SFX Attributions:
“Switch on the fluorescent tube sound effect” by Garuda1982 of freesound.org, “FX_Camera_Phone_01.wav” by PeteBarry of freesound.org

Slaveya Zaharieva is a senior in Branford College. She is an international student from Bulgaria and is double-majoring in Economics and Global Affairs. She is interested in social issues such as climate change and public health, and loves writing fantasy and science fiction stories.