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This episode features writers who are not attending the AWP Conference and Bookfair this year: Rose Hunter, Rebecca Entel, Paul Beckman, Davis Schneiderman, and Michael Martone.
Rose Hunter is the author of glass, You As Poetry, [four paths], and to the river, and two chapbooks. Her writing also appears in the Australian Poetry Journal, the Malahat Review, the Los Angeles Review, DIAGRAM, the Bennington Review, and elsewhere. She is the founder and editor of Bent Window Books.
Rebecca Entel’s short stories and essays have appeared in Guernica, Literary Hub, Catapult, Electric Literature, and elsewhere. She is Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing at Cornell College. Fingerprints of Previous Owners is her first novel.
Paul Beckman is the author of Kiss Kiss, Peek, Come, Meet My Family, Lovers and Other Mean People, and Maybe I Ought to Go Sit Quietly in a Dark Room for a While. His writing appears in Connecticut Review, Literary Orphans, Playboy, Jellyfish Review, Necessary Fiction, and elsewhere. He hosts the FBomb NY flash fiction reading series.
Davis Schneiderman is the author or editor of Drain, Abecedarium, and Blank, with audio from DJ Spooky; the co-edited collections Retaking the Universe: Williams S. Burroughs in the Age of Globalization and The Exquisite Corpse: Chance and Collaboration in Surrealism’s Parlor Game; and the audiocollage Memorials to Future Catastrophes. His work also appears in Fiction International, The Chicago Tribune, The Iowa Review, TriQuarterly, and elsewhere. He is the Director of Lake Forest College Press/&NOW Books and Incoming Associate Dean of the Faculty and Director of the Center for Chicago Programs at Lake Forest College.
Michael Martone is a professor of creative writing in the Department of English at the University of Alabama. He is the author of many books, among them Brooding, The Moon over Wapakoneta, The Blue Guide to Indiana, Four for a Quarter, and Michael Martone. He lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Listen to part one HERE.
Listen to part two HERE.
Listen to part three HERE.