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Did you miss Litquake's April Epicenter? We were thrilled to feature Molly Antopol in conversation with Anthony Marra in celebration of Antopol’s debut story collection, The UnAmericans, published by W.W. Norton. A recipient of the National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35 award, Antopol holds an MFA from Columbia University and teaches at Stanford. Anthony Marra is author of the novel A Constellation of Vital Phenomena, as well as the winner of a Whiting Award, a Pushcart Prize, and the Narrative Prize. Recorded live at The Emerald Tablet in San Francisco on April 1, 2014.

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Antopol_mixdown_2.mp3
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CIA? Drugs? Mind-control? Don't miss Scott O'Connor and Eddie Muller in conversation at Litquake's March Epicenter. Haunted and inspired by a CIA clandestine operation known as Project MKULTRA in which American citizens were subjected to insidious drug and mind-control experiments, acclaimed novelist O’Connor discusses his latest literary thriller, Half World, with writer, filmmaker, and noir historian, Eddie Muller. Recorded live at Glass Door Gallery in San Francisco on March 11, 2014.

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Scott_OConnor_mixdown.mp3
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Join Mireille Guiliano, author of the new bestseller, French Women Don't Get Facelifts: The Secret of Aging with Style and Attitude, in conversation with Litquake co-founder Jane Ganahl at Litquake's first Epicenter of 2014. Guiliano is The New York Times bestselling author of French Women Don't Get Fat and has been dubbed "the high priestess of French lady wisdom." Her first book was published in 40 countries and sold more than 3 million copies. Recorded live at the Hotel Rex in San Francisco on February 11, 2014.

Direct download: Guiliano_mixdown.mp3
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Readings from five writers included in Tremors, the first anthology of fiction by Iranian-Americans. These readings offer a bracing counter-narrative to prevailing political discourse about Iran. Featuring readings by Anita Amirrezvani, Persis Karim, Jasmin Darznik, Shideh Etaat, and Ari Siletz. This reading was part of Off the Richter Scale, two full days of readings and bookish discussions at Litquake 2013. Recorded live at the Hotel Rex. 

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Iranian_Voices_mixdown.mp3
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Co-hosted by managing editor Zoë Ruiz and Rumpus contributor Ryan Pittington, "For We Have Fallen to Our Knees" was an explosive Rumpus production at the frenetic Lit Crawl 2013. Featuring readings by Lucy Corin, Saeed Jones, Mac McClelland, and Brian McMullen. Comedy by Sean Keane and music by Michael Mullen. This reading was one of 83 readings at the infamous Lit Crawl on the final night of Litquake 2013. Recorded live at The Make-Out Room.

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Rumpus_mixdown.mp3
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Co-produced by the Humanities at Stanford University

Recent Stanford Stegner fellows, Scott Hutchins and Molly Antopol, discuss the pleasures and pains of writing fiction in a panel moderated by Stanford literary scholar Hilton Obenzinger, creator of the long-running “How I Write” lecture series. This reading was part of Off the Richter Scale, a two-day whirlwind of readings and bookish discussions during the first two days of Litquake 2013.  Recorded live at Hotel Rex on October 12th 2013.

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Steg_Fellows_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:44 PM

Join the editors and writers of Lapham’s Quarterly as they examine the topic of death. From the undertaker to the underworld, for thousands of years death has been an escape for some, an absurdity for others, and an inevitability for all. In a discussion full of gallows humor, morbid contemplation, fear of departure, and a will to live, the end is only the beginning. With Executive Editor Kira Don, Art Director Timothy Don, Sandra Gilbert, and Jeff Sharlet. Recorded live from Litquake's Off the Richter Scale in 2013, at the Hotel Rex in San Francisco.

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Death__Dying_mixdown.mp3
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Litquake proudly hosts the San Francisco launch of Daniel Alarcón’s highly anticipated new novel At Night We Walk in Circles. In conversation with Daniel Gumbiner from McSweeney’s.

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Template_Arc.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:04 PM

Acclaimed author ZZ Packer (Drinking Coffee Elsewhere) has received a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award, a Whiting Award, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. She is currently at work on a novel, Thousands, about the Buffalo Soldiers, which was excerpted in The New Yorker’s 20 Under 40 Fiction Issue. In conversation with Sarah Ladipo Manyika, and recorded live during Litquake 2013, at Museum of the African Diaspora. 

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Castzz_packer.mp3
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Cristina García is author of many books, including the novels Dreaming in Cuban, The Agüero Sisters, Monkey Hunting, A Handbook to Luck, The Lady Matador’s Hotel, and her newest, King of Cuba (“An ingeniously plotted, boisterous, and brilliantly castigating tale”—Booklist.) In conversation with Oscar Villalon from ZYZZYVA. Recorded live at Litquake’s Epicenter at Hotel Rex, and co-presented by Green Apple Books.

Direct download: Litquake_Lit_Cast_Garcia.mp3
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