Will Good News Derail in Episode 11?


Episode 11: A Homecoming

Muck discovers he is not the sole-survivor of the fire that wrecked his posh country home. Overjoyed, he drags Blister out of Blaakrust on journey to be reunited with his whole family.

For the Curious

Check out these resources on trains:

8 Things You May Not Know About Trains

The Railroad Journey with John Green

Subscribers Get More Than Notifications

You’ll never miss an episode when you click to SUBSCRIBE right here at the Blister and Muck headquarters. Subscribers get an email as soon as the latest episode releases. Subscribers also get a FREE Blister and Muck sticker!

While you’re here, use the contact form to tell me what you think will happen next. Know any train jokes better or worse than this one? What do you call a tired train? A slowcomotive.

Support Literacy Among Young People

Inside the Blister and Muck Gift Shop we have the perfect t-shirt, face mask, or hat for conspiRATors who love this show. A portion of every purchase helps this podcast return week after week. And when your gift arrives, you’ll find a special surprise from the entire blister and muck crew.

You also support the show when you tell others how much you enjoy it…and then you grab their phone and hack past their security codes and bookmark blister and muck for them on their favorite podcast app.


Special thanks to Roland Rudzitis for serving up the Blister and Muck theme song. Additional music from Monplaisir, Kevin McLeod, and Chad Crouch. Idomusics made it rain. Horse and carriage sounds from SoundIdeasCom. The train and whistle came from Daniel Simion. Felix.blume rattled the can. Extra extra special thanks to my family, friends, and fans. One for one and all for you!  

Featured image by Jenny Mason CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0

By jenmichellemason

Jenny is a story hunter. She has explored foreign countries, canyon mazes, and burial crypts to gather the facts that make good stories. Once, she sniffed a 200-year-old skull...for research purposes. Jenny received an M.Phil from Trinity College Dublin and holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from VCFA. She has authored nearly 20 STEM books for young readers. Her inquisitive and funny nonfiction articles have appeared in Mountain Flyer, Cobblestone, and Muse magazines. Jenny also works as a freelance copy writer for nonprofits and small businesses.

%d bloggers like this: