Read Weird, Episode 07: “Fairy Tale is Form, Form is Fairy Tale” by Kate Bernheimer

Hello, friends, it’s another episode of the Read Weird podcast! Join us every other week for a conversation about writing, reading, and teaching weird and experimental fiction.

In this episode, we discuss Kate Bernheimer‘s essay “Fairy Tale is Form, Form is Fairy Tale“, and give you some weird reading recommendations.

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Read Weird, Episode 6: “I Am A Knife” by Roxane Gay

Well, what do you know, it’s another episode of the Read Weird podcast! Join us every other week for a conversation about writing, reading, and teaching weird and experimental fiction.

In this episode, we discuss Roxane Gay‘s short story “I Am A Knife“, and guest contributor Daniel Knowlton talks about Jim Shepard’s short story collection Love and Hydrogen.

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Read Weird, Episode 05: Strangeness from Language

Hello-ello, it’s another episode of the Read Weird podcast! Join us every other week for a conversation about writing, reading, and teaching weird and experimental fiction.

In this episode, we discuss techniques and exercises that use language to create strangeness, and listener Scott talks about Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

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Read Weird, Episode 04: “Fever Dream” by Samanta Schweblin

Would you look at that, it’s another episode of the Read Weird podcast! Join us every other week for a conversation about writing, reading, and teaching weird and experimental fiction.

In this episode, we discuss a Samanta Schweblin’s novel Fever Dream, and Jonathan Wlodarski talks about reading Julie Andrews.

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Read Weird, Episode 03: “The Botanist’s House” by Kathryn Davis

Hey hey, it’s another episode of the Read Weird podcast! Join us every other week for a conversation about writing, reading, and teaching weird and experimental fiction.

In this episode, we discuss an excerpt of Kathryn Davis’s novel The Silk Road, titled “The Botanist’s House”, and guest contributor Vanessa Wang recounts her formative experience reading Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

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Read Weird Podcast, Episode 02: “A Message from the Emperor” by Franz Kafka

Hooray, it’s another episode of the Read Weird podcast! Join us every other week for a conversation about writing, reading, and teaching weird and experimental fiction.

In this episode, we discuss the short story “A Message from the Emperor” by Franz Kafka, and Lindsay recounts her formative experience reading Karin Tidbeck’s short story “Beatrice”.

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Read Weird Podcast, Episode 01: “Dinner” by Amelia Gray

Welcome to the first episode of the Read Weird podcast! Join us every other week for a conversation about writing, reading, and teaching weird and experimental fiction.

In this episode, we talk about our philosophy of weirdness, discuss the short story “Dinner” by Amelia Gray, and recount Carlea’s formative experience reading Aimee Bender’s The Girl in the Flammable Skirt.

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