Episode 144 — Andrea Seigel

   

Andrea Seigel is the guest. She’s the author of three novels: Like the Red Panda, To Feel Stuff, and The Kid Table. She’s also an accomplished screenwriter. Chuck Klosterman says If Helen Fielding had been born in 1979 and become a hyper-precocious Goth kid whose favorite book was Prozac Nation, she probably would have ended […]

Episode 143 — Teddy Wayne

   

Teddy Wayne is the guest. He is the author of the novel Kapitoil (Harper Perennial), for which he was the winner of a 2011 Whiting Writers’ Award. He has also been a finalist for the New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award and the Dayton Literary Peace Prize. His second novel, The Love Song […]

Episode 142 — Richard Chiem

   

Richard Chiem is the guest. He is the author of You Private Person, a collection of short stories published by Scrambler Books. Blake Butler says Richard Chiem’s You Private Person is a bustling prism of a thing, full of passages that actually lead somewhere off of the paper. His words have brains that have bodies […]