In today's monologue, I get right to the interview.
Happy New Year, everybody!
This is the second annual Holiday Spectacular. The guests are Melissa Broder, Gene and Jenny Schlief Morgan, Amelia Gray, Lee Shipman, Ben Loory, Rich Ferguson, and Adam Greenfield. Recorded on December 10, 2016.
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Happy holidays, everyone. I should be back next week with the final episode of the year. Stay tuned...
The Oracle of Los Angeles is the guest. Her name is Amanda Yates Garcia. She is an artist, writer, witch, healer, and oracle. Recent performance rituals include Capitalism Exorcism at Human Resources and Devouring Patriarchy at the Women’s Center for Creative Work. Other venues to feature her work include Side Street Projects, REDCAT, Public Fiction, Highways Performance Space, and the Laband and Ben Maltz galleries among others. Her writing has been featured in publications such as CARLA, Black Clock, the Rough Magickanthology, Entropy, Synema Publikationen (Cinema Magazine), and WITCH. Amanda hosts her bi-monthly show The Oracle Hour on KCHUNG radio; teaches the Magical Praxis monthly mystery school; and performs private rites of healing and empowerment at her magical studio in West Adams.
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In today's monologue, I basically just get right to the main event.
Jason Diamond is the guest. His new memoir Searching for John Hughes is available now from William Morrow.
In today's monologue, I talk about the current shit show.
Adam Soldofsky is the guest. His new poetry collection, Memory Foam, is available now from Disorder Press.
In today's monologue, I talk about cold meds and gas lines and no heat and our plumber's fear of heights.
Kool A.D. is the guest. His new novel OK is available now from Sorry House.
In today's monologue, I talk about Kool A.D. and how he describes his own book. And I talk some more at the end of the show too.
In today's monologue, I talk about dystopia and Thanksgiving.
Jade Chang is the guest. Her debut novel The Wangs vs. the World is available now from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
In today's monologue, I talk about going pro.
I'm not doing a regular show this week. It's the day after the election and I'm not feeling all that great. It seems wrong to do a show. The only thing on my mind is the election. I don't want a guest of mine to appear this week. It's not fair to the guest. I'll be back with a regular episode next week.
For now, and maybe against my better judgment, I'm gonna share my thoughts on what just happened to our country and the world. A little while ago I sat down and thought out loud and talked into the microphone. I tried to think as deeply as I could about what just happened and how best to respond. And I'm sharing it with you here. I hope that's okay.
Michelle Tea is the guest. Her new novel, Black Wave, is available now from Feminist Press.
In today's monologue, I talk about Halloween.
Meredith Alling is the guest. Her debut story collection Sing the Song is available now from Future Tense Books.
In today's monologue, I talk briefly about wine.
Wendy C. Ortiz is the guest. Her new book Bruja—a "dreamoir"—is available now from Civil Coping Mechanisms.
In today's monologue, I basically just get right to the interview.
Mike Roberts is the guest. His debut novel, Cannibals in Love, is available now from FSG Originals. He also wrote the screenplay for the movie Goat, out in theaters now.
In today's monologue, I talk about finishing my novel. And the election.
Melissa Yancy is the guest. Her debut story collection, Dog Years, is available now from the University of Pittsburgh Press.
In today's monologue, I talk about the good lives and legacies of my Uncle Elmore and my friend Barb.
Rich Ferguson is the guest. His debut novel, New Jersey Me, is available now from Rare Bird Books / A Barnacle Book.
In today's monologue, I talk about the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Today's episode is a bit unorthodox. It's just me talking for an hour. Sorry about that.
As most of you know, the podcast has been homeless since June. I've managed to have a guest each week since that time, but this week I finally hit the wall. Couldn't get my shit together. Logistically too difficult.
The good news is, I should have a recording space within the next few days. The new home studio is almost done, almost operational. I even got myself some new gear to celebrate the show's 5-year anniversary. So once I get everything set up and moved into the new space, it'll be all systems go. Thanks for bearing with me.
And thanks for supporting the show for the past 5 years.
Here's to whatever's next.
In today's monologue, I talk about my novel.
Garth Risk Hallberg is the guest. His debut novel, City on Fire, is available now in trade paperback from Vintage.
In today's monologue, I talk briefly about my weekend trip to Wisconsin.
Margaret Wappler is the guest. Her debut novel Neon Green is available now from The Unnamed Press.
This is the final conversation recorded in the old garage.
In today's monologue, I catch up on listener mail.
In today's monologue, I talk about recording in a crowded house. And I talk with my daughter, who is about to celebrate her sixth birthday.
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In today's monologue, I talk about Lesley's book and Ernest Hemingway.
In today's monologue, I discuss being in flux. And my dog Walter.
Dorthe Nors is the guest. Her new book, So Much For That Winter, is available now in the United States from Graywolf Press.
I had a great time talking with Dorthe. She is, I believe, the first Danish author to guest on the program.
Sloane Crosley is the guest. Her debut novel, The Clasp, is available now in trade paperback from Picador.
A great pleasure to have Sloane on the program.