The Outrider Podcast Episode 28 Greg Michalson

February 23, 2015
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In this episode, I talk with Greg Michalson, editor and co-publisher of Unbridled Books about his partnership with Fred Ramey, Greg’s time at The Missouri Review, influences like William Peden and Thomas McAfee (a collection of work is coming out this spring), Booches bar, messing with Texas, and the difficult conflict between being an editor […]

The Outrider Podcast Episode 27: Bonnie ZoBell

February 9, 2015
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For this episode, I talk with Bonnie ZoBell about dogs and cats, growing up in southern California, tragic plane crashes, living in New York in the early 80’s, and the stamina it sometimes takes to be a writer when it seems no one wants to read your work. Bonnie’s short fiction has appeared in numerous […]

The Outrider Podcast Episode 26 Scott Phillips

January 26, 2015
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Today I talk with Scott Phillips about growing up in Kansas, working in Paris as the world’s worst translator, his experience as a screenwriter in Hollywood, the inspiration behind The Ice Harvest, and how strip clubs are the saddest places on earth – even if they do make good settings for crime novels. We also […]

The Outrider Podcast Episode 25: Fred Ramey

December 29, 2014
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In today’s episode I talk with editor and publisher Fred Ramey about why I flaked out on him during my last visit to Colorado, the origins of Unbridled Books and his relationship with co-publisher Greg Michalson, as well as one possible fate of the publishing industry. Fred Ramey is co-publisher of Unbridled Books, and you […]

Shoptalk 5 w Laura Hawley

December 15, 2014
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In Shoptalk #5 Laura and I talk about: Dating, Dr. Seuss, going back to school . . . again, Station Eleven, my lazy spoiler alert, Neverhome, having no idea the narrator was a woman, dealing with traffic, Scott Phillips, Game of Thrones, um, um, um. . . Victor Hugo, American Horror Story, um, …..Arrow and […]

The Outrider Podcast Episode 24: Peyton Marshall

December 1, 2014
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In today’s episode, I talk with Peyton Marshall about the intuition of kids, getting the first book published, a certain rock band in her past, the aesthetic of workshops, and, of course, The Iowa Writers Workshop conspiracy (or lack thereof). Peyton is the author of the novel Goodhouse published by Farrar, Strauss, & Giroux. Her […]

The Outrider Podcast Episode 23: Taylor Mali

November 3, 2014
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Today’s guest is Taylor Mali. We talk about long held family businesses, the purpose of language, how one ends up in Kansas, poetry slams, and jumping at the chance to be a full time poet. Taylor is a four-time National Poetry Slam champion, the author of What Teachers Make: In Praise of the Greatest Job […]

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