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FERAL DOVE PODCAST

FERAL DOVE PODCAST

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Conversations with writers, filmmakers, & artists. With feral dove editor-in-chief evan femino. Visit feraldove.com to catch up on the latest releases from Feral Dove Books & the newest visual poetry work in the digital magazine.
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ep.5_ Elle Nash
11am in Seattle - 6pm in Scotland. I talked with UK based author Elle Nash. Elle was one of the first writers I discovered and was inspired by when I got on twitter and began to find a bunch of writers publishing great work independently. It means a lot to me that she took some time to share thoughts on her life and newest book. Topics include: Nostalgia for the early 00s pre-corporate social media internet and how this informed her new book Gag Reflex, writing about mental health in a meaningful way over many years and artistic projects, how to write authentically in the voice of characters that are very different from you, among many other topics and tangents. Thank you, as always, for listening. ***************************************Elle Nash is the author of the novel Animals Eat Each Other (Dzanc Books), which was featured in the 2018 June Reading Room of The Oprah Magazine and hailed by Publishers Weekly as a 'complex, impressive exploration of obsession and desire'. Elle is also the author of Nudes, a short story collection (SF/LD Books) and GAG REFLEX (Clash Books) coming out in April 2022. Nash’s short stories and essays appear in Guernica, The Nervous Breakdown, Literary Hub, The Fanzine, Volume 1 Brooklyn, New York Tyrant and elsewhere. She is the founding editor of Witch Craft Magazine and a fiction editor at Hobart Pulp. ***Music in this episode is produced by T$UJii
01:02:18
April 10, 2022
ep.4_ Alexandrine Ogundimu
I had a super fun time talking with Alexandrine. Also, finally did an episode with someone in the US on this podcast and only had to manage a 2 hour time zone difference!! Topics include: The impact life transitions have on creative work, Defining the ever-changing label of “transgressive” writing, Thoughts on writing autofiction, Publishing indie vs. big 5, Academia and day jobs, Neon Genesis Evangelion plus other influences — Among many many other thoughts and tangents. Beats in this episode are produced by G.V.A. ********************************************************Alexandrine Ogundimu is a Nigerian-American transgender writer from Indiana. Her debut novella Desperate, and its follow-up Agitation, are available now from Amphetamine Sulphate. Her fiction can be found in Five:2:One, Flapperhouse, Maudlin House, Exposition Review, X-R-A-Y, and elsewhere. She received an MFA in Fiction at New York University and is pursuing a PhD in English at University of Illinois at Chicago. She runs the online literary magazine FILTH at filthlitmag.com, and can be found on Twitter @cross_radical.
01:54:07
March 11, 2022
ep.3_ Josiah Morgan
Feral Dove Podcast crosses multiple time zones once again. This time it’s Sunday night in Seattle and Monday afternoon for Josiah over in Christchurch, New Zealand. Topics include: early artistic influences, thoughts on publishing books as a young person, sexual identity and how it informs the writing, Josiah’s work in theatre, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre film talk, and the work / writing balance. ********************************************************************************Josiah Morgan is a writer from New Zealand. He wrote the chapbooks Inside The Castle (Amphetamine Sulphate, 2019), CIRCLES (SELFFUCK, 2020), & ROAD (Feral Dove Books, 2022). His feature-length novel debut ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ will be published by Amphetamine Sulphate in March 2022. Josiah’s writing has appeared online in places such as Dennis Cooper’s blog, SURFACES.CX, SCAB magazine, and Expat Lit Journal. Josiah has been involved in the Aotearoa performing arts scene his entire life. He has also danced with the Royal New Zealand Ballet. Thank you for listening. Music in this episode is produced by Stoic.
01:13:00
January 28, 2022
ep.2_ Daniel Beauregard
I chatted with Buenos Aires based writer Daniel Beauregard while he was visiting family in Toronto for the holidays. We talk about his writing process and the details of some of the short stories he’s published, the ins and outs of running a small press, the difficulties and joys of publishing works in translation, his beginnings and life now as an expat freelance writer, film talk, how cold it can get in Canada, celebrity weed, among other topics. Music in this episode is produced by Riddiman. ******************************************************************************** Daniel lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of places including Ligeia Magazine, The Nervous Breakdown, tragickal, Heavy Feather Review, Alwayscrashing, The Fanzine, Surfaces.cx, SELFFUCK, Expat Press, Harsh lit, and elsewhere. He has published four chapbooks of poetry including Total Darkness Means No Notifications (Anstruther Press, 2021), Anatomizing Uncanny Alley (SELFFUCK, 2019), HELLO MY MEAT (Lame House Press, 2015) and Before You Were Born (421 Atlanta, 2014). Daniel recently finished a collection of short stories titled Funeralopolis and a novel titled Lord of Chaos and can be reached @666ICECREAM
01:16:47
December 12, 2021
ep.1_ Shane Jesse Christmass
A midnight chat. (Seattle, WA time. 5PM Melbourne, Australia time). Shane Jesse Christmass, aka SJXSJC, is the author of the novels The Sex Shops of Sherman Oaks (Amphetamine Sulphate 2021), Xerox Over Manahattan (Apocalypse Party 2019),  Belfie Hell (Inside The Castle, 2018), Yeezus In Furs (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2018), Napalm Recipe: Volume One (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2017), Police Force As A Corrupt Breeze (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2016) and Acid Shottas (The Ledatape Organisation, 2014). He was a member of the band Mattress Grave, and is currently a member in Snake Milker. His writing has been featured online in The Fanzine, Enclave/Entropy, X-Ray Magazine, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, among others. *************************************************************************************************** Shane’s Film List for this episode: — Mothlight by Stan Brakhage (1963, 4min.) — Manhatta by Charles Sheeler and Paul Strand (1921, 11min.) — Viet Flakes by Carolee Schneemann (1965, 8min.) —Meshes of the Afternoon by Maya Deren, Alexander Hammid (1943, 14min) — La Region Centrale by Michael Snow (1971, 184min.) — Lot in Sodom by James Sibley Watson, Melville Webber (1933, 28min.) — Naked Pursuit by Toshiba Okuwaki (1968, 73min.)  — Targets by Peter Bogdanovich (1968, 90min.)  — A Man Escaped by Robert Bresson (1958, 101min.) — Elephant by Alan Clarke (1989, 39min.)  — The Hitch-Hiker by Ida Lupino (1953, 71min.) + Eden, Eden, Eden by Pierre Guyotat Music in this episode is produced by Riddiman.
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September 26, 2021
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April 03, 2021