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WHATS GOOD this month's podcast guest is Sarah Elaine Smith, author of Marilou Is Everywhere. We talked about high school literary magazines, Pander Zine Distro, playing trombone, getting two MFAs, teaching middle school kids, and a bunch more. Sarah rules and this conversation made me want to work on my novel again. As promised here are three reviews: NY Times, NPR, Pittsburgh Current. Buy this book! Also sign up for Sarah's writing course.
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Starting around Rosh Hashanah 2016 and culminating a day after Hanukkah ended, I bootlegged my own audiobook as a present for my grandma because she can't see too good anymore and I didn't want her to have to hear the shmuck my publishers hired read my book. Then I put it up on Bandcamp so people besides her can hear it too. This was very fun to record and I think I did a good job even if I made some mistakes and some of the self-conscious asides are too long. Cover art is from my dear friend Yusuke Okada's Neu Yorker series.