Posts Tagged: podcast

Submit Stories and Songs to New Lit Podcast

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You’ve heard of audiobooks, but what about audio-litmags?

Palaver Press is now accepting submissions of short fiction, songs, and sound works on the themes “piano” and “da capo” for new ninety-minute podcasts that “will feature several narrated short-stories, seamlessly woven together with music, exploring concepts derived from music and compositional theory.”

Basically, it sounds like a delightful mashup of The Organist and Story Tapes.

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Make/Work Episode 3: Katie Bachler

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In Episode 3 of Make/Work, host Scott Pinkmountain talks with artist/educator Katie Bachler. Bachler is based in Southern California and her work is centered on our connections to place and to each other. She recently created a Map of Home for the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, and is currently working on building the Women’s Center for Creative Work in Los Angeles.

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Make/Work Episode 2: Julien Nitzberg

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Make/Work is a new Rumpus podcast hosted by Scott Pinkmountain. In Episode 2, Scott talks with writer/director/documentarian Julien Nitzberg. Nitzberg is most well-known for the documentary, The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia, and his musical, The Beastly Bombing, which won Musical of the Year from the LA Weekly Theater Awards in 2007.

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New Tin House Podcast

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From our Pacific Northwesterly neighbors, a new Tin House podcast featuring Steve Almond for your enjoyment.

Steve Almond provides a lecture from last summer’s Writer’s Workshop, “Everything They Told You in MFA School Was Wrong, Except For The Debt.” He poses questions like, “What is writing?” It’s not “making shit up” but “decision-making.” There’s humor, there’s sarcasm, strong opinions and poignant life-lessons, true to Almond form.

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