Welcome to episode #1! New podcast, new way of life for you and your ears. Find us on iTunes here.
On this, our inaugural episode, Isaac Butler reads an essay about love on the proto-internet, we have gorgeous and strange poems from Nicole Steinberg, and Ryan Britt’s short story takes us to an Applebee’s, perhaps an especially nice one.
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About the writers:
Isaac Butler is a writer whose work has appeared in NarrativelyNY, The Hooded Utilitarian, PANK, American Theater, Rain Taxi, Slate and elsewhere. He is hard at work on his first book, The Thousand Natural Shocks: A Father, A Family, A Crisis of Faith. He can be found tweeting into the void at @parabasis. His website is Parabasis.
Nicole Steinberg is the author of Getting Lucky (Spooky Girlfriend Press, 2013) and two chapbooks available in 2014: Undressing from dancing girl press and Clever Little Gang,winner of the Furniture Press 4X4 Chapbook Award. Her other publications include Forgotten Borough: Writers Come to Terms with Queens (SUNY Press, 2011) and Birds of Tokyo (dancing girl press, 2011). Her website is nicolesteinberg.com. On Twitter: @nicolebrett.
Ryan Britt’s writing has been published with The New York Times, Omni, Crossed Genres, The Drum Nerve, Tor.com and elsewhere. He teaches creative writing at The Gotham Writers’ Workshop and lives in New York City. Follow him on Twitter @ryancbritt.