Quick post to announce the full release of Full Stop Podcast Episode #9, in which Kyle Coma-Thompson and I talk about our book, 926 Years, Sublunary Editions, how we met and more.
I wrote about the podcast episode and how it came about.
Listen over at Full Stop.
With thanks again to Max and Jesse.
I have new Dead Man in the August 2020 edition of the enigmatic RIC Journal.
The Dead Man waits. The gods sip tea. The pandemic continues.
With thanks as always to S.
My poem The Video of the Dead Man has been published in the July 2020 edition of RIC Journal.
The Dead Man waves. The pandemic continues.
With thanks as always to S.
Back in December last year, Kyle Coma-Thompson and I recorded a podcast episode for Full Stop. I was dialling in from a hotel room in Melbourne, Kyle from his home in Louisville, morning where I was, evening where he was. We were recording the episode to talk about 926 Years – the book we co-authored for Joshua Rothes’ Sublunary Editions, due out in January 2020.
The invitation from Full Stop to be on the podcast was a thrill to receive for a few reasons: firstly, talking about our new little book would be a delight; secondly, it was partly through Full Stop that Kyle and I originally connected; and finally, Kyle and I had not only never met but we had also never spoken before. The writing and all of our many exchanges over a few years took place strictly via email – chatting with Kyle after all that time was a very exciting prospect.
I think you’ll understand me when I say: that seems like a lifetime ago. After the recording, I met my partner for coffee and cake in a busy inner-city cafe, still very much buzzing from my chat with Kyle. Lordy, life seemed so simple back then.
So, it was a pleasant surprise to see the podcast appear, now on the Full Stop Patreon page, and soon for public consumption. If you’re so inclined, you can sign up to support Full Stop and listen to the episode. Otherwise, I will post an update when the podcast is live to the public.
Listen at the Full Stop Patreon page
With thanks to Max and Jesse.
Translation as Séance, my interview with Saudamini Deo about her forthcoming translations for Seagull Books, has been published by Asymptote. We cover a lot of territory in eight questions – Saudamini talks to me about forgotten Hindi writers, translation, literary politics and what creativity means to her.
It was a pleasure to talk to S about her work – be sure to check Seagull Books for release dates. With thanks to Sarah from Asymptote.
My interview with Jaipur-based writer, editor and translator Saudamini Deo about her upcoming translations of writing by forgotten Hindi writers for Seagull Books has been previewed in Asymptote’s June 2020 newsletter.
I spoke to Saudamini about everything from why we forget writers to what she thinks of creativity. The full interview is forthcoming on the Asymptote blog.
So the Dead Man is finally dying, dies, dead… my piece The Dead Man’s Death has been published in the June 2020 edition of RIC Journal.
I hope you like this one – it was a nice one to write, appeared in my head and simply needed to be set down, adjusted a little, polished and then sent.
Thanks as always to Saudamini.
My piece The Dead Man’s Gun has been published in the May 2020 edition of the ever-mysterious RIC Journal.
The Dead Man shifts and shakes based on mood or the position of the stars – I’m never sure where I will find him or where he will end up, especially in the era of the virus. It is always a thrill to have his deeds and wanderings appear in RIC – thanks to Saudamini, as always.
Some good news in the bad: RIC Journal has returned. If there was ever a good time to return from the dead, it is now.
Not only that, the April 2020 edition features my piece The Dead Man’s Nightmare. It is always, always a pleasure to be published in RIC’s pages – they always welcome the Dead Man with open arms.
With thanks, as usual, to Saudamini.
This is the recording of a reading from 27 August 2018 of my short story Faulkner On The Balcony, originally published in Burning House Press.
Forgot about it, don’t remember why I made it, but found it the other day in my voice memos.