by carl wilson

Aural Arrival

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There's a new kid on the web-radio/web-lit crossover block, thanks to former House of Anansi impresario-editor Martha Sharpe (much missed in Toronto, currently domiciled in NYC) and Toronto publishing type David Ross: It's Radio Press, the new home of pod-pliable literary commentary and fun'n'games. So far, poet Adam Sol presents Moby Dick in 5 minutes; Mavis Gallant and Toronto writer Erik Rutherford go on a gossipy walk through Paris; there's a new story by Mark Anthony Jarman; Rick Moody talks about character creation and the canard of "likeability"; and contributors to Brick Magazine read their work. That's about it for now but it'll get more capacious - I hope to contribute at some point down the line, and there are big ideas about Radio Press fulfilling the second word in its mandate and eventually publishing print, too. Felicitations to the editors on the parturition of the long-gestated, bouncing baby site.

General | Posted by zoilus on Wednesday, July 18 at 3:21 PM | Linking Posts | Comments (0)

 

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