Arbery: Drama and Fiction, Old and New

From Now Until Eternity

October 2, 2020

From Now Until Eternity

"That is why I never went down on bended knee, never uttered the spell and opened the magic box to reveal the enchanted ring that would transform our lives forever. I was afraid of revealing the last part of myself, afraid of embarrassment rising in your eyes, afraid of rejection in your voice."

After a year apart, a man returns to the woman he loves.

Martin Foreman's fiction ranges from the real to the fantastic, deeply serious to slyly comic, sensitive to offensive. From Now Until Eternity  is adapted from Cold Silence in Martin's collection First and Fiftieth and other stories, which is available on Amazon and from Scroll down for podcasts of other stories by this author and see more of his work on

Andrew Fettes is a multifaceted, actor and voice artist, comedy performer, writer and director, he lives in London with too many books and ukuleles. His previous podcast for Arbery was the acerbic, sexually explicit and, to some ears highly offensive, Homophobia, Darling


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