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Best Podcasts 2008 | Best Podcasts 2008

chris-baty's picture
Nov.18.2008
"WriMos" worldwide tell their stories of where their novels began and where they've ended up three weeks into the competition. Next week's challenge: share the worst line of prose you've ever written. Feel free to share in the comments section here as well! This week's podcast is sponsored by Red...
farzana-versey's picture
Oct.30.2008
Farzana Versey reads two excerpts: What is the book about? I can tell you what it is not. It is not an academic thesis. It does not have solutions for the Indo-Pak issues. If it is anything, then it is about questioning my identity as an Indian Muslim and my so-called allegiance to the so-called...
jess-wells's picture
Sep.08.2008
Discover the things that are lost and the things that are found as an old woman holds a garage sale filled with the clothing of her recently-deceased daughter.
delana-ra-dameron's picture
Aug.20.2008
The dying self in DéLana R.A. Dameron's poem resembles a slowly failing machine.
alan-black's picture
Jul.22.2008
Feed it, feed it...
beatrice-bowles's picture
Jul.01.2008
Some people are never happy, even when they get what they wish for...even with a boost from a fairly patient fairy.
tasha-alexander's picture
Jun.26.2008
Conversation between Ben LeRoy, publisher of Bleak House Books, and novelist Tasha Alexander
evie-shockley's picture
Jun.17.2008
A recording of me reading one of the poems from my book, a half-red sea, which can be found along with other audio clips on the wonderful website From the Fishouse: An Audio Archive of Emerging Poets (http://www.fishousepoems.org/archives/evie_shockley/).
a-s-king's picture
May.30.2008
Short story "How I Became My Father" by A.S. King, broadcast on Lit103.3, Valley Free Radio, WXOJ, Northampton, MA, May 27th and June 3rd, 2008. Read by host Alan Vogel. This podcast has been altered from the original show. The original broadcast in its entirety can be found HERE.
andrew-sean-greer's picture
Apr.29.2008
S. Epatha Merkerson reads from Andrew Sean Greer's latest novel