In The Telling: New Voices


Courtney Maum

The latest installment of our weekly podcast series features a reading from Courtney Maum. Click here to listen to Courtney read from “The Arts and Crafts Section,” which appears in Issue 12: Obsession.

Courtney Maum is a humor columnist for Electric Literature and Barrelhouse, an advice columnist for Tin House, and a book reviewer for BOMB Magazine. She has a novel entitled John Mayer Reviews Things and a blog where you can read more of her work if you’d like: courtneymaum.tumblr.com.

Series curator Tim Mucci has been published by Slice magazineand has done comic scriptwriting for both Dark Horse Comics and Sterling Publishing’s All-Action Classics series. He knows about UFOs, dragons, the occult and other stuff and is excited to be talking about Clark Ashton Smith on his other podcast The Double Shadow. He lives in Brooklyn with his artist wife and cat (not an artist); you can send him donuts via his twitter account: @timx13.

Music featured in this podcast:
Balkan Balagan – Bay Mir Bistu Shayn
Balkan Balagan – Intro
Balkan Balagan – Sherele
Homecoming Kings – Icecream Girl

Author photo by Diego Ongaro

Header illustration by Andrea Sparacio (www.artsparrow.com)

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Emily Bass

The latest installment of our weekly podcast series features a reading from Emily Bass. Click here to listen to Emily read “Zulu Love Story,” which appears in Issue 12: Obsession.

Emily Bass‘s HIV/AIDS and health-related journalism has appeared in the Lancet: Infectious DiseasesOut magazine, Salon, and many other publications. In 2004, she received a Fulbright journalism award to report on the introduction of free AIDS treatment programs in Uganda. She received her MFA in nonfiction from Hunter College in 2009 and lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Series curator Tim Mucci has been published by Slice magazineand has done comic scriptwriting for both Dark Horse Comics and Sterling Publishing’s All-Action Classics series. He knows about UFOs, dragons, the occult and other stuff and is excited to be talking about Clark Ashton Smith on his other podcast The Double Shadow. He lives in Brooklyn with his artist wife and cat (not an artist); you can send him donuts via his twitter account: @timx13.

Music featured in the podcast
Joe Travieso – String Quartet – Tunguska
Julien Allioux – Fly
Julien Allioux – Obscurity
Julien Allioux – The Fight Against the Death
Header illustration by Andrea Sparacio (www.artsparrow.com)

Author photo by Liam Flaherty

Flower photograph from WikiCommons

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Jon Reiner

The latest installment of our weekly podcast series features an essay from Jon Reiner. Click here to listen to Jon read an excerpt from “Immortality and the T2000,” which appears in Issue 12: Obsession.

Jon Reiner is the author of the memoir The Man Who Couldn’t Eat, selected as a Top Pick by the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Daily Beast and winner of a Publishers Weekly Listen-Up Award for best audiobook. Reiner is also a winner of the James Beard Foundation Award for Magazine Feature Writing. His writing has been published by Esquire, the Daily BeastNPR.comCNN.comDown East and the San Francisco Book Review. Reiner is a Lecturer in Writing at Rutgers University. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

Series curator Tim Mucci has been published by Slice magazine and has done comic scriptwriting for both Dark Horse Comics and Sterling Publishing’s All-Action Classics series. He knows about UFOs, dragons, the occult and other stuff and is excited to be talking about Clark Ashton Smith on his other podcast The Double Shadow. He lives in Brooklyn with his artist wife and cat (not an artist); you can send him donuts via his twitter account: @timx13.

Music featured in the podcast:

ND – Tennis Anyone

Raulin de los Bosques – Hanschen Sei Gut

Raulin de los Bosques – Hoch Hoch

Raulin de los Bosques – Not That Again

Raulin de los Bosques – The Crate Catsby

 

Header illustration by Andrea Sparacio (www.artsparrow.com)

Author photo by Ellen Dubin Photography

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Scott Cheshire

The latest installment of our weekly podcast series features a reading from Scott Cheshire. Click here to listen to Scott read “Romantics,” which appears in Issue 12: Obsession.

Scott Cheshire earned his MFA from Hunter College, is a contributing editor at the Tottenville Review, and teaches writing at the Gotham Writers’ Workshop. His debut novel High as the Horses’ Bridles is forthcoming from Henry Holt. To find out more about Scott, visit http://scottcheshire.tumblr.com/.

Series curator Tim Mucci has been published by Slice magazineand has done comic scriptwriting for both Dark Horse Comics and Sterling Publishing’s All-Action Classics series. He knows about UFOs, dragons, the occult and other stuff and is excited to be talking about Clark Ashton Smith on his other podcast The Double Shadow. He lives in Brooklyn with his artist wife and cat (not an artist); you can send him donuts via his twitter account: @timx13.

Music featured in the podcast
Blue Witchcraft – My Boss
Operachina – Nitro
Bent & Broken – Kevin MacLeod
Walking Along – Kevin MacLeod

 

Header illustration by Andrea Sparacio (www.artsparrow.com)

Author photo by Kate Cheshire

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Mai Nardone

We’re launching our weekly podcast, “In the Telling,” with a reading from Mai Nardone. Click here to listen to Mai read an excerpt from “There’s a Hole in the Ocean Floor,” which appears in Issue 12: Obsession.

Mai Nardone, a current MFA candidate at Columbia University’s fiction writing program, was raised in Bangkok, Thailand, by an American father and a Thai mother. His work has also appeared in the Kartika Review.

Series curator Tim Mucci has been published by Slice magazineand has done comic scriptwriting for both Dark Horse Comics and Sterling Publishing’s All-Action Classics series. He knows about UFOs, dragons, the occult and other stuff and is excited to be talking about Clark Ashton Smith on his other podcast The Double Shadow. He lives in Brooklyn with his artist wife and cat (not an artist); you can send him donuts via his twitter account: @timx13.

Music featured in the podcast
Silence by Larmes
Bubba’s Blues by My Bubba & Mi
The Flowing of the Time by Stefano Mocini
Header illustration by Andrea Sparacio (www.artsparrow.com)

Author photo by Denise Hofmann

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