The Sound of One Man Clowning

While miming and other physical theatre are a large part of clowning, not all clowns are silent. And certainly not all authors who write about clowns are silent.

In addition to writing stories, Robert Morgan Fisher—whose story, “I, Clown” features in Bloody Red Nose: Fifteen Fears of a Clown—is a vocal artist. So, laddies and germs, it brings me great pleasure to present “I, Clown” read by the author.

Download MP3 of “I, Clown” by Robert Morgan Fisher (read by the author)

If you are seeking a voice artist and like what you heard, there are contact details and more examples of his work on his website: www.robertmorganfisher.com


Desire for clowns piqued? Pick up your copy of each anthology by clicking the covers below:

Front cover art for 'Bloody Red Nose: Fifteen Fears of a Clown'Front cover art for 'Deadman Humour: Thirteen Fears of a Clown'

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