David Shields
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1M ago
This month, we chat with David Shields about his unique approach to writing on the boundary between reality and fiction. David is the internationally bestselling author of twenty-five books, including Reality Hunger (which, in 2020, Lit Hub named one of the most important books of the past decade ..read more
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Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o
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8M ago
In this episode we speak with the Kenyan writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o. An indefatigable defender and promoter of African literature and language, Ngũgĩ’s writing spans from the early 1960s onwards and he talked to us about his journey to become a central figure in the emergence of African writing’s recognition across the world ..read more
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Daisy Hildyard
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10M ago
This month we're joined by Daisy Hildyard, the author of two novels – Emergency (2022) and Hunters in the Snow (2013) – and one work of nonfiction, The Second Body (2017 ..read more
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Ansgar Allen
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1y ago
This month we retreated from the audio realm to sit down with Ansgar Allen for minor literature[s]. We discuss his fiction, the processes behind it, and the creative and critical power of irreverence ..read more
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Ewan Fernie and Simon Palfrey
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1y ago
This month marks the fifth anniversary of Unsound Methods – thank you to everyone who’s joined us along the way, and hello to any new arrivals… In this episode we speak to Ewan Fernie and Simon Palfrey about the writing of their collaboratively composed novel ‘Macbeth, Macbeth’ (available from Boiler House Press, here: https://www.boilerhouse.press/product-page/macbeth-macbeth-by-ewan-fernie-simon-palfrey)  ‘Macbeth, Macbeth’ is described by its authors as a critical fiction. A sequel, critique, and repetition of Shakespeare’s play. Slavoj Žižek has described it as: ‘a miracle, an in ..read more
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Etgar Keret
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1y ago
In this episode with chat with Etgar Keret, writer of short stories, comics, a children's book and a memoir. Etgar's books have been published in fifty languages and his writing has appeared in The New York Times, Le Monde, The ..read more
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Daniel Davis Wood
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1y ago
Our guest in this episode is Australian writer Daniel Davis Wood, author of Blood and Bone (2014) which won the Viva La Novella Prize and At the Edge of the Solid World (2020), which was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Award ..read more
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Claudia Durastanti
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1y ago
This month we speak to writer and translator Claudia Durastanti. We cover the importance of travel and geography in writing, mapping fictional spaces, translation and the overlap of metaphor between languages ..read more
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Miguel Cullen
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1y ago
In episode 50, we speak to poet Miguel Cullen, whose work has involved integrating sound chips and video-screens into bound collections, raising some interesting blends of form ..read more
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Richard Beard
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2y ago
This month we speak to Richard Beard, author of six novels including Lazarus is Dead, Dry Bones and Damascus, which was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year.  ..read more
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