You're Doing What I Should Have Done

by Sean Williamson

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    You’re Doing What I Should Have Done is an audio short story collection about growing up in Wisconsin. From first apartments to first tragedies, from drug outs to blackouts to drag outs, from drunk driving classes to dreamscapes, to growing up and having kids, to watching the fade out of a Milwaukee legend, You’re Doing What I Should Have Done opens an eleven minute window to a life in motion.

    You’re Doing What I Should Have Done is just a sample of the World Wide Dirt Audio series, which will be releasing fiction, journalism, music and serial podcasts.

    100% of collected sales will be donated to the ACLU.
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You’re Doing What I Should Have Done is an audio short story collection about growing up in Wisconsin. From first apartments to first tragedies, from drug outs to blackouts to drag outs, from drunk driving classes to dreamscapes, to growing up and having kids, to watching the fade out of a Milwaukee legend, You’re Doing What I Should Have Done opens an eleven minute window to a life in motion.

You’re Doing What I Should Have Done is just a sample of the World Wide Dirt Audio series, which will be releasing fiction, journalism, music and serial podcasts.

100% of collected sales will be donated to the ACLU.

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released January 26, 2017

Written and performed by Sean Williamson. Recorded and mastered by Shane Olivo at Bobby Peru Recording.

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World Wide Dirt Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Sean is a guy who was born in Burlington, WI thirty years ago or so. Last week, at a gas station he bought a coffee cake which he ate alone in the car so his girlfriend wouldn't find out. Some days he feels lost. Other days he feels he's standing on the edge of absolute greatness. He directed Heavy Hands, wrote The Wild Introduction and plays music sometimes, wanting very much to be better at it. ... more

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