Episodes

NOTE: We do actively encourage dialogue with and feedback from listeners–whatever the content. We know there is always more to say, we know there are always other points to make–please make them (and yes, even if those points are voiced in the form of “You guys are wrong! You guys are stupid!”  We will post and reply to any remark–we’ll never argue, but we always love to discuss.

 

no. Five (46 mins approx)

We discuss the novel NYLUND, THE SARCOGRAPHER by Joyelle McSweeny

Information on Nylund, The Sarcographer can be found at the publisher site Tarpaulin Sky Press

Read and comment of Nylund, The Sarcographer’s Goodreads Page

EPISODE FIVE: NYLUND, THE SARCOGRAPHER

 

no. Four (40 mins approx)

We discuss the article TEN OBVIOUS TRUTHS ABOUT FICTION by Stephen Graham Jones.

The article can be found here at LitReactor

Stephen Graham Jones can be found, here, at Demon Theory

EPISODE FOUR: TEN OBVIOUS TRUTHS ABOUT FICTION

 

no. Three (56 mins appox)

We discuss the novel WASTE by Eugene Marten.

Information on Waste can be found at the publisher site Ellipsis Press

Read and comment on Waste‘s Goodreads Page

EPISODE THREE: WASTE

 

no. Two (45 mins approx)

We discuss the short story THE DROUGHT by Miles Harvey.

Information on The Drought can be found at the publisher site The Lit Pub

Read and comment on The Drought’s Goodreads Page

EPISODE TWO: THE DROUGHT

 

no. One (58 mins approx)

We discuss the collection (novel?) FAST MACHINE by Elizabeth Ellen. Have a listen.

Information on Fast Machine can be found at the publisher site Short Flight/Long Drive Books.

Read and comment on Fast Machine‘s Goodreads Page.

EPISODE ONE: FAST MACHINE

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