Lit Cast presents this live recording which features writer/critic CIntra Wilson and journalist/editor Gary Kamiya at Litquake's Epicenter series. This conversation discusses Wilson's most recent collection, "Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style," a hilarious road trip across the landscape of American fashion. Co-presented by Green Apple Books, and recorded live at Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco. https://www.facebook.com/litquake/  https://twitter.com/Litquake

 

Direct download: Lit_Cast_Cintra_Wilson.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:22pm PDT

Lit Cast presents this live recording which features novelist Patricia Park and journalist/fiction author Vanessa Hua at Litquake's Epicenter series. This conversation explores Park's recent debut book "Re Jane," a retelling of the Charlotte Brontë classic Jane Eyre, set in the Korean immigrant community of Queens, New York. Co-presented by Green Apple Books, and recorded live at Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco. https://www.facebook.com/litquake/  https://twitter.com/Litquake

Direct download: Lit_Cast_Patricia_Park.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:33pm PDT

Lit Cast presents this live recording from Litquake's Epicenter series, featuring Sunil Yapa, author of the debut novel "Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist," in conversation with writer Marie Mutsuki Mockett ("Where the Dead Pause, and the Japanese Say Goodbye"). Co-presented by Green Apple Books, and recorded live at Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco. https://www.facebook.com/litquake/ https://twitter.com/Litquake

Direct download: Lit_Cast_SUNIL_YAPA.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:05pm PDT

Lit Cast presents this live recording which features California fiction writers Lori Ostlund and Amelia Gray at our Off the Richter Scale series. This conversation, titled “Our Strange Skin,” ranges from readings to discussions about love, cages, and the freakishness of the human body. Recorded live at Z Below during the 2015 Litquake festival in San Francisco. https://www.facebook.com/litquake/  https://twitter.com/Litquake

Direct download: Lit_Cast_LORI_OSTLUND_AMELIA_GRAY.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:27pm PDT

Lit Cast is proud to present this live recording of the recent Litquake event featuring author and screenwriter Dennis Lehane, for the Bay Area launch of his recent novel "The World Gone By." In this episode, Lehane is joined onstage by film noir historian Eddie Muller, in a conversation about his book-to-film career. Recorded live at Jewish Community Center San Francisco during the 2015 Litquake festival in San Francisco. https://www.facebook.com/litquake/ https://twitter.com/Litquake

Direct download: Lit_Cast_DENNIS_LEHANE_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:10pm PDT

Lit Cast is proud to present this live recording of the recent Litquake event featuring activist, emcee and front-man Boots Riley, for the Bay Area launch of his new book Tell Homeland Security—We Are The Bomb. In this episode, Boots is joined onstage by comedian W. Kamau Bell and author Adam Mansbach, in a conversation about the intersection of art and politics. Recorded live at Z Space during the 2015 Litquake festival in San Francisco.

Direct download: Lit_Cast_boots_full.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:52pm PDT

Lit Cast is proud to present this live recording of the recent Litquake event “Horror and Hilarity: A Conversation with Christopher Moore and S.G. Browne.” Both of these authors have mastered the craft of mining humor from the macabre: soul-collecting demons, romance-seeking zombies, undead redhead vampires and more. Moderated by book journalist Zack Ruskin, and recorded live at Z Below during the 2015 Litquake festival in San Francisco.

Direct download: Lit_Cast_CMoore.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:32pm PDT

Litquake is honored to present this live recording of the recent event "Writing Cultural Identity." Short story writers Chinelo Okparanta and Vu Tran discuss the fiction of cultural identity, migration, and the craft of good writing. Born in Nigeria, Chinelo is author of the collection “Happiness, Like Water” and the novel “Under the Udala Trees.” Born in Vietnam, Vu is author of many published short stories, as well as the novel “Dragonfish.” Moderated by Commonwealth Prize winner Nayomi Munaweera. Recorded live at Z Below during the 2015 Litquake festival in San Francisco.

Direct download: Lit_Cast_Cultural_Identity.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:23pm PDT

Litquake is proud to co-present the monthly Poetic Tuesday series, our summertime collaboration with the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival, showcasing top Bay Area poets and musicians. This episode was recorded on May 12, and features Tria AndrewsRebecca FoustBill MayerBruce Snider, and musical guest Naima Shalhoub. Recorded live at Jessie Square in downtown San Francisco.

Direct download: Lit_Cast_poetic_tues.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:34am PDT

Litquake is proud to host the San Francisco launch of "The Argonauts," the new genre-bending memoir by Maggie Nelson. This thoughtful, unabashed, uncompromising book examines the dangerous intersection of reality and the imaginary, where coding and technology seek to highlight and augment our already flawed human connections. In conversation with fiction writer Lucy Corin. Recorded live at Litquake’s Epicenter in San Francisco, and co-presented by Green Apple Books.

Direct download: Lit_Cast_maggie_nelson.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:18pm PDT

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