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Adam Wilson is the guest. He’s the author of the debut novel Flatscreen, now available from Harper Perennial. Raves Sam Lipsyte: “Adam Wilson is a gutsy, funny, and often beautiful writer, and Flatscreen is one of the most hilarious and … Continue reading →
Susan Sherman is the guest. She’s the author of the acclaimed debut novel The Little Russian, now available from Counterpoint Press. And she’s also the co-creator of one of the most successful television shows in the history of Disney. Library … Continue reading →
The podcast has been written about by Wendy Werries in Publishers Weekly. Click right here to read.
Good news! Other People has made Matador Network‘s list of 21 podcasts to check out. (Thanks to Kate Sedgwick and the folks at Matador.)
Rex Pickett is the guest. He’s the author of the novel Sideways, which was adapted for the screen by Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor. The movie went on to win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, among many other awards, … Continue reading →
The guest is Cecil Castellucci. She’s the author of several novels for young adults, the most recent of which is First Day on Earth, now available from Scholastic Press. Kirkus calls it “a simple, tender work that speaks to the … Continue reading →
Happy New Year, everybody! The guest today is Dana Spiotta. She’s the author of three novels: Lightning Field, Eat the Document (a finalist for the National Book Award), and, most recently, Stone Arabia, now available from Scribner. Publishers Weekly calls … Continue reading →