Mon, 29 February 2016
Three readings on the moments when our bodies and lives surprise us and betray us, in ways common and seemingly supernatural. Kerry Cullen reads her short story, "Unidentifiable," A. Igoni Barrett reads from his novel, Blackass (on sale March 1) and Sara Majka reads an excerpt from her collection, Cities I've Never Lived In (on sale now).
Direct download: Episode_49_-_Kerry_Cullen_A_Igoni_Barrett_Sara_Majka.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:09pm EDT
Mon, 15 February 2016
This is not a Valentine's Day episode. But it is inappropriate for workplace listening, inappropriate for children, inappropriate for tender souls—wait, it's exactly right for tender souls. (Isn't all art?) Tony Tulathimutte and Belinda McKeon read from their new novels: on desire, longing, lust, shame, loneliness, family, and, yes, love. And porn.
Direct download: Episode_48_-_Tony_Tulathimutte_and_Belinda_McKeon.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:30am EDT
Mon, 1 February 2016
Let's call this our Translation Special! Pulitzer Prize–winner Gregory Pardlo reads his essay, "On Translation," and poet/translators KT Billey and Anna Rosenwong read their translated work.
Direct download: Episode_47_-_KT_Billey_Anna_Rosenwong_and_Gregory_Pardlo.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:44am EDT