Podcast Episode 30: Riverine
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1M ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or Amazon. Welcome back to the Reckoning Press Podcast! Hey folks, it's me, Michael J. DeLuca, publisher, here with the exciting news that not only do we have a new episode for you, featuring Casey June Wolf reading Danielle Jorgensen Murray's beautiful, Angela Carter-inflected story "Riverine" from Reckoning 5, but we've got a new audio editor and future host, Aaron Kling, whose work you will be hearing here, and which also means hopefully we will have more new episodes coming soon! So I've got three bios to read you. First, j ..read more
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Podcast Epsiode 29: Catherine Rockwood on Editing Our Beautiful Reward
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8M ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Apple or Amazon. Welcome back to the Reckoning Press Podcast! It's me, Michael J. DeLuca, publisher, and we are coming back out of hiatus just for a minute to celebrate that Our Beautiful Reward, our special issue on bodily autonomy, comes out in print on March 16th. We're having a virtual launch party on Sunday the 19th at 8PM eastern US time aka GMT-5, which will feature readings from contributors Leah Bobet, Marissa Lingen, Julian K. Jarboe, Linda Cooper, M. C. Benner-Dixon, Riley Tao, Dyani Sabin and Juliana Roth. And we'l ..read more
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Podcast Epsiode 29: Catherine Rockwood on Editing Our Beautiful Reward
Reckoning Press Podcast
by Reckoning Press Podcast
1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Apple or Amazon. Welcome back to the Reckoning Press Podcast! It’s me, Michael J. DeLuca, publisher, and we are coming back out of hiatus just for a minute to celebrate that Our Beautiful Reward, our special issue on bodily autonomy, comes out in print on March 16th. We’re having a virtual launch party on Sunday the 19th at 8PM eastern US time aka GMT-5, which will feature readings from contributors Leah Bobet, Marissa Lingen, Julian K. Jarboe, Linda Cooper, M. C. Benner-Dixon, Riley Tao, Dyani Sabin and Juliana Roth. And we ..read more
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Podcast Episode 28: What Good Is a Sad Backhoe?
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1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Apple or Amazon. Welcome back to the Reckoning Press Podcast! We surface briefly from hiatus to bring you the last piece of fiction from Reckoning 6, Luke Elliott’s “What Good is a Sad Backhoe?”, read by the author. This is one of the most relentlessly hopeful-in-the-face-of-everything stories in the issue. We are all going to need a lot more like this. I daresay you need it right now. First, may I briefly update you as to Reckoning’s status? We won four Utopia awards! Hooray! Congratulations to Priya Chand, Remi Skytterstad ..read more
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Podcast Episode 27: A Song Born
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1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Apple or Amazon. Hey, yes, it’s me, Michael J. DeLuca, and today on the Reckoning podcast I will be reading you what turns out to be the last of our Utopia Award nominees that will appear here, Remi Skytterstad’s novelette about the colonization of the Sami people of Norway, “A Song Born”. We had six nominations total, but the last two are for Tracy Whiteside’s artwork series “Too Hot to Handle”, which is awesome but doesn’t translate well to audio, and for Reckoning 5 itself, thanks to editors Cecile Cristofari and Leah Bobe ..read more
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Podcast Episode 26: All We Have Left Is Ourselves
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1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Apple or Amazon. Welcome back to the Reckoning Press Podcast. Today, I, Michael J. DeLuca, am going to read you Oyedotun Damilola Muees’ PEN Robert J. Dau Prize Winning and Utopia-nominated story, “All We Have Left Is Ourselves” from Reckoning 5. I going to need to ask you to bear with me. This heartbreaking story about living with the consequences of corporate environmental exploitation is written in a culture and an English vernacular far from my own. I’ve had help, I’ve been practicing for this, psyching myself up. Oyedotu ..read more
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Podcast Episode 25: when the coral copies our fashion advice
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1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or on iTunes! Hi, it’s me again, Reckoning publisher Michael J. DeLuca, reporting from droughted, heatwave-beset northeastern North America. Is it brutally hot and dry where you are? Is your representative democracy hamstrung by corruption? While you’re waiting around for the revolution, cool off with me for a minute or two and listen to Ashley Bao read her effervescent, beachy-apocalyptic poem, “when the coral copies our fashion advice”. This is the second of five podcast episodes featuring our Utopia Award nominees from Reck ..read more
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Podcast Episode 24: On the Destruction and Restoration of Habitats
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1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or on iTunes! Hi, it’s me, your nominal host, Michael J. DeLuca. Today on the Reckoning Press podcast we have for you Reckoning 7 nonfiction editor Priya Chand introducing and reading her Utopia-nominated essay, “On the Destruction and Restoration of Habitats”. This is the first in a series of what will hopefully be five episodes highlighting work from Reckoning 5 nominated for the inaugural Utopia Awards. The Utopia Awards, organized by Android Press as part of CliFiCon22, will be up for public vote between August 1 – 21, and ..read more
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Podcast Episode 23: Sold for Parts
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1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or on iTunes. Past episodes are here. Today on the Reckoning Press podcast we have Catherine Rockwood reading Nicole Bade’s quiet flash story “Sold for Parts”, about surviving, coping, in a world of loss. This piece seems particularly relevant here in the U.S., after a series of Supreme Court decisions that signals a precipitous erosion of rights, hope for safety and well-being and progress towards justice of all kinds, for everyone. I hope listening to it provides you some solace, a little peace. In case you haven’t heard, we ..read more
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Podcast Episode 21: When Teens Turned Into Trees
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1y ago
Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or on iTunes! Welcome back to the Reckoning Press podcast! This week we have for you a beautifully wistful performance by Sophia Eilis Singson of “When Teens Turned Into Trees” by Sigrid Marianne Gayagnos. This is the first of two stories that appear in Reckoning 6 about people turning into trees, the other being Wen Yi Lee’s “Rooted”, which comes out online next month. Both are beautiful and haunting. Both deal with familial love and loss–in particular with a loss, and relinquishing, of control. I’d encourage you to read or l ..read more
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