Hey everyone! Back once again with David Neil Lee, to talk about the third in his creepy Lovecraftian YA trilogy! Thoroughly enjoyed The Great Outer Dark. If any of those previously-applied adjectives interest you (or if you read the first two) you won’t be disappointed.
Hey all! The universe is a mean-spirited little kid right now, throwing fistfuls of gravel (it doesn’t hurt, but it’s just the sheer volume that’s troublesome). A few minor health things, a bit of work stress, etc., etc. Hope your lives are going well and that, when the little jerk starts throwing gravel, you can brush it off and keep moving forward 😀
Today we talk to Michelle Syba. It was great to meet her and talk about her collection, End Times. Hope you like our conversation.
Hey folks. Today we speak with Emmett Grogan about his novel Twelve Stories. We had an interesting conversation, and I hope you enjoy it!
Thrilled to have Kliph Nesteroff back on the show this week. I’ve known Kliph for about fifteen years (not well; we just barely meet the requirements to be called “acquaintances”) and I’ve followed his writing career with enthusiasm. Outrageous: A History of Showbiz and the Culture Wars is another winner. He’s a fun interview and has plenty to say. Content warning for a couple of swears 😀
Hey all! Welcome to the new year. I hope 2024 is amazing for each of you (whatever that means for you!). I have a few plans and hopes over here myself…
As for today’s show, forward we go! Today’s guest is my friend Steacy Easton, a critic, author, visual artist, academic and all-around fascinating person. We talk about two of their books, which are wildly different from one another. First, Why Tammy Wynette Matters, which is about exactly that. Then, Daddy Lessons, which is about many, many things (imo no one quote sums it up so check all the quotes out here).
One of our favourite return guests, uh, returns again! The excellent Gary Barwin is with us as the last interview of 2023. We talk about all kinds of things, but mostly his latest collection Imagining Imagining: Essays on Language, Identity and Infinity. Enjoy, and Happy New Year!