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Talk show featuring innovative artists, writers, musicians, and more in conversation with John Madera.

Talk show featuring innovative artists, writers, musicians, and more in conversation with John Madera.
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United States

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Talk show featuring innovative artists, writers, musicians, and more in conversation with John Madera.

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@BigOtherMag

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English


Episodes

Jamming Their Transmission: Episode 11, Not Going to AWP 2019, Pt. 4

3/30/2019
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This episode features writers who are not attending the AWP Conference and Bookfair this year: Rose Hunter, Rebecca Entel, Paul Beckman, Davis Schneiderman, and Michael Martone. Rose Hunter is the author of glass, You As Poetry, [four paths], and to the river, and two chapbooks. Her writing also appears in the Australian Poetry Journal, the Malahat Review, the Los Angeles […]

Duration:00:24:06

Jamming Their Transmission: Episode 10, Not Going to AWP 2019, Pt. 3

3/29/2019
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This episode features writers who are not attending the AWP Conference and Bookfair this year: Roz Morris, Tony Trigilio, Valerie Nieman, Kallie Falandays, Seth Berg, and Michael A. Ferro. Roz Morris is the author of My Memories of a Future Life, Lifeform Three, Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction, and the Nail […]

Duration:00:19:12

Jamming Their Transmission: Episode 9, Not Going to AWP 2019, Pt. 2

3/28/2019
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Not going to AWP 2019? We've got you covered. This episode features Christina Milletti, Yvonne Conza, Joe Milazzo, Lynn Crawford, James Reich, and Karen Heuler.

Duration:00:27:29

Jamming Their Tranmission, Episode 8: Not Going to AWP 2019, Pt. 1

3/27/2019
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This episode features writers who are not attending the AWP Conference and Bookfair this year: Brendan Lorber, Elizabeth Costello, Hillary Leftwich, Jesi Bender, Jessie Janeshek, Micah Zevin, and Michael Martone. Brendan Lorber is the author of If this is paradise why are we still driving? He’s also written several chapbooks, most recently Unfixed Elegy and Other Poems. […]

Duration:00:24:53

Jamming Their Transmission, Episode 7: Robert Lopez

3/14/2019
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This episode features writer Robert Lopez reading from and discussing A Better Class of People, a provocative satirical novel currently under consideration with agents, editors, and publishers. Among the many things we talk about are writing, literature, reading, books, comedy, satire, Sam Lipsyte, George Saunders, Get Out, Sorry to Bother You, politics, fascism, police brutality, […]

Duration:01:11:26

Jamming Their Transmission, Episode 6: Rikki Ducornet

2/22/2019
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Rikki Ducornet is a transdisciplinary artist, whose work is animated by an interest in nature, Eros, Abusive Authority, subversion, and the transcendent capacities of the Creative Imagination. A writer and painter, she is the author of many books, including The Fountains of Neptune, The Jade Cabinet, Phosphor in Dreamland, The Fan-Maker’s Inquisition, Gazelle, Netsuke, […]

Duration:00:41:53

Jamming Their Transmission, Episode 5: Quintan Ana Wikswo

2/9/2019
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Quintan Ana Wikswo‘s semi-autobiographical projects dwell within complex histories at the intersection of gender, disability, queerness, and race, with a special focus on human rights aftermath issues. Her artwork is deeply grounded in collaborative and coalition-based organizing principles, long-term project commitments, and intersectionality. Her books include The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us This Far and A Long […]

Duration:00:50:39

Jamming Their Transmission, Episode 4: Dawn Raffel

1/23/2019
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“Dawn Raffel’s most recent book, The Strange Case of Dr. Couney, was chosen as one of NPR’s best books of 2018. Previous books include a memoir, The Secret Life of Objects; a novel, Carrying the Body; and two story collections, Further Adventures in the Restless Universe and In the Year of Long Division. Her writing has been […]

Duration:00:41:47

Jamming Their Transmission, Episode 3: Samuel R. Delany

1/16/2019
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This episode features Samuel R. Delany reading “A Night in the Lonesome October,” an as-yet unpublished short fiction. We talk about this and about some of Delany’s recently published books: Voyage, Orestes, The Atheist in the Attic, and Letters from Amherst. Some other topics/people discussed: writing, technology, cities, Roger Zelazny, Joanna Russ, Thomas Disch, Henry James, […]

Duration:00:44:41

Jamming Their Transmission, Episode 2: Debra Di Blasi

1/9/2019
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This episode features Debra Di Blasi reading from and talking about Today Is the Day That Will Matter: An Oral History of the New America: #AlternativeFictions. Among the topics discussed: writing, social media, politics, language, truths, lies, fiction, death, sentences, syntax, semantics, nuance, memory, meaning, dogs, Trump, “anti-conclusions,” YouTube comment threads, Portugal, artistic appropriation, and…cicadas! […]

Duration:00:50:54

Jamming Their Transmission, Episode 1: William Lessard

1/3/2019
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William Lessard has writing that has appeared or is forthcoming in McSweeney’s, American Poetry Review, Best American Experimental Writing, Hobart, Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic. His visual work has been featured at MoMA PS1. He is Poetry & Hybrids editor at Heavy Feather Review. With Mary Boo Anderson, he is editing the Brooklyn edition of the Dostoyevsky […]

Duration:00:30:44