In this month’s podcast, we chat with Bret Anthony Johnston about his novel, Remember Me Like This, and we explore a 1999 film with a similar topic, The Deep End of the Ocean, starring Michelle Pfeiffer.
Lauren Becker reads two stories and chats with us about her debut collection, the slippage of pronouns, and the form of flash fiction.
In this month’s podcast, we chat with Jen Percy about her remarkable new book, Demon Camp, and we look at the ways it intersects with Kathryn Bigelow’s film, The Hurt Locker.
It’s been twenty-one years since Elizabeth McCracken last released a collection of stories, which is to say that, had it the faculties to do so, Here’s Your Hat What’s Your Hurry could now theoretically walk into a bar and legally order a drink, if it were given to such a desire, and I believe it would be.
For our first episode, we talk tourism–figurative and literal–in Leslie Jamison’s new collection of essays, The Empathy Exams and Errol Morris’s documentary about Donald Rumsfeld, The Unknown Known.