Sinopse

The official podcast of LitReactor.com taking an irreverent look at books, the publishing industry, reading and writing; featuring the know-it-all geekery of Cath Murphy, Joshua Chaplinsky and Rob W. Hart.

Episódios

  • Episode 28 - Bilingual Narratives, Diversity in Crime Fiction, and Cons (Guests: Gabino Iglesias  J. David Osborne)

    Episode 28 - Bilingual Narratives, Diversity in Crime Fiction, and Cons (Guests: Gabino Iglesias & J. David Osborne)

    14/04/2016 Duração: 41min

    Rob Hart and Renee Asher Pickup are joined by ZERO SAINTS author Gabino Iglesias and J. David Osborne, the editor of Broken River Books, to talk bilingual narratives, diversity in fiction, and the reception of genre fiction at AWP.

  • Episode 27 - Book Tours  Live Readings (Guest: Johnny Shaw)

    Episode 27 - Book Tours & Live Readings (Guest: Johnny Shaw)

    08/04/2016 Duração: 44min

    Rob Hart and Brandon Tietz put the screws to Johnny Shaw about the art and mechanics of book tours and live readings — as well as Johnny's new novel, 'Floodgate'.

  • Episode 26 - The State of Transgressive Fiction (Guest: Irvine Welsh)

    Episode 26 - The State of Transgressive Fiction (Guest: Irvine Welsh)

    15/02/2016 Duração: 01h14min

    British politics, the war on drugs, education, A Decent Ride, Begbie and Trainspotting 2, transgressive fiction — all through the eyes of Irvine Welsh.

  • Episode 25 - The Bad Sex Awards (Guest: Rachel Kramer Bussel)

    Episode 25 - The Bad Sex Awards (Guest: Rachel Kramer Bussel)

    12/01/2016 Duração: 01h14min

    Sex, and lots of it. Mansplaining 'Lolita', the Notorious RBG, Humiliation, Morrissey, and the Bad Sex Awards.

  • Episode 24 - The US vs Europe! (Guest: Jason Starr)

    Episode 24 - The US vs Europe! (Guest: Jason Starr)

    10/12/2015 Duração: 45min

    Should negative reviews be met with violence? Is Jason Starr an International Man of Mystery? How do the US and European book markets differ? Plus: 'Number 11', 'A Negro and an Ofay', and 'The Second Girl'.

  • Episode 23 - The Halloween Horror Show (Guest: Michael Wilson of This Is Horror)

    Episode 23 - The Halloween Horror Show (Guest: Michael Wilson of This Is Horror)

    10/11/2015 Duração: 01h08min

    A belated Halloween episode chock full of horror movie recommends, scary book reviews, and an in-depth conversation with Michael Wilson of the popular site: This Is Horror!

  • Episode 22 - Meet the New Hosts

    Episode 22 - Meet the New Hosts

    20/10/2015 Duração: 53min

    Cath introduces the newest members of the team, who promptly destroy pay-to-publish "presses", homophobic Star Wars fans, and dumber-downers of poetry.

  • Episode 21 - The Triumphant Return

    Episode 21 - The Triumphant Return

    05/10/2015 Duração: 50min

    The gang reconvenes to reanimate the podcast with the help of some fresh blood. We talk personal projects, population wars, and the wrath of Twitter.

  • Episode 20 - The Wild World of Fan Fiction (Guest: Anne Jamison)

    Episode 20 - The Wild World of Fan Fiction (Guest: Anne Jamison)

    03/03/2014 Duração: 01h15min

    Kristen Stewart is a poet, Rob got a book deal, Josh and Cath read S. in two different formats, Rob read a sexy book, and Anne Jamison knows more about Fan Fiction than any person should.

  • Episode 19.5 - Discussing Womens Fiction with Jessica Bell

    Episode 19.5 - Discussing Women's Fiction with Jessica Bell

    17/12/2013 Duração: 26min

    Cath Murphy discusses "women's fiction" with "Bitter Like Orange Peel" author Jessica Bell.

  • Episode 19 - Pushing the Boundaries of the Reading Experience

    Episode 19 - Pushing the Boundaries of the Reading Experience

    06/12/2013 Duração: 01h12min

    Bret Easton Ellis and Kanye West are made for each other, Seth Rogen to give us 'Preacher' adaptation?, 'Night Film' is immensely readable, and pushing the boundaries of books with interactive media. Also, Rob is very hungover.

  • Episode 18 - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Posthumous Novels

    Episode 18 - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Posthumous Novels

    04/11/2013 Duração: 01h03min

    Bret Easton Ellis and Jonathan Franzen continue to shoot their mouths off in the press, we feature the featured workshop story feature, James Franco is the best at everything, and posthumous novels: good or bad idea?

  • Episode 17 - Reader/Author Interaction and the Goodreads Controversy

    Episode 17 - Reader/Author Interaction and the Goodreads Controversy

    17/10/2013 Duração: 01h09min

    Two Dollar Radio goes into the talking picture business, James Bond gets sensitive, Rob does Bouchercon, reader/author interaction and the Goodreads controversy.

  • Episode 16 - Advocating for Books (Guest: Robb Olson from Booked.)

    Episode 16 - Advocating for Books (Guest: Robb Olson from Booked.)

    16/09/2013 Duração: 52min

    We put the Great Podcast War of 2013 to bed with Booked. host, Robb Olson, and discuss the mutual endeavor of book advocacy. Also, 'Fifty Shades' casting, Amazon's Matchbook, and the new Salinger documentary.

  • Episode 15 - The Long Hard Road to Publication (Guest: Todd Robinson)

    Episode 15 - The Long Hard Road to Publication (Guest: Todd Robinson)

    29/08/2013 Duração: 01h23min

    We detail our travels abroad, mourn the passing of Elmore Leonard, discuss the Great Podcast Debacle of 2013, and hear one of the worst publishing horror stories EVER, courtesy of "The Hard Bounce" author, Todd Robinson.

  • Episode 14 - Bizarro Fiction (Guest: Rose OKeefe)

    Episode 14 - Bizarro Fiction (Guest: Rose O'Keefe)

    10/07/2013 Duração: 01h10min

    What the hell is Bizarro fiction, anyway? We get the skinny from Rose O'Keefe, who runs Eraserhead press. We also do a hilarious reading of Carlton Mellick III's "The Haunted Vagina," if we do say so ourselves.

  • Episode 13 - Young Adult vs. New Adult (Guest: Suzy Vitello)

    Episode 13 - Young Adult vs. New Adult (Guest: Suzy Vitello)

    20/06/2013 Duração: 01h07min

    We discuss the differences between "New Adult" and "Young Adult" with the lovely and intelligent Suzy Vitello. Also: the cult of self-publishing, Nook Snaps, and we tell John Green to shut the fuck up.

  • Episode 12 - Transgressive Fiction: How Far is Too Far?

    Episode 12 - Transgressive Fiction: How Far is Too Far?

    24/05/2013 Duração: 01h13min

    Anne Frank's surprise lady bits, Bret Easton Ellis on neutered gay public image, Sookie Stackhouse related death threats, and shock for the sake of shock are all on the menu in this tasty episode.

  • Episode 11 - Storytelling Cliches

    Episode 11 - Storytelling Cliches

    09/05/2013 Duração: 01h01min

    Stupidity vs. sexism, bad poetry, and writing cliches are the topics du jour on this, our latest smarmy bitchfest.

  • Episode 10 - The Reality of Having a Bestseller (Guest: Patrick Wensink)

    Episode 10 - The Reality of Having a Bestseller (Guest: Patrick Wensink)

    12/04/2013 Duração: 01h04min

    Special Guest Patrick Wensink discusses the pros and cons of having a best-selling novel, as well as his controversial Salon article on the same.

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