Month: August 2019

Episode 334 – Caleb Crain

Virtual Memories Show 334: Caleb Crain “My first novel was about growth and integration, and this one’s more about death and disintegration in the face of technological change.” Occupy, telepathy, the surveillance state, and poetic treatment of reversion in 16th/17th century English poetry: Caleb Crain’s brand-new novel, Overthrow (Viking) has it all! Caleb & I…

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Episode 333 – Gil Roth

Virtual Memories Show 333: Gil Roth AMA Because of a last-minute guest cancellation, I had no show lined up for this week! Rather than take a second week off this summer, I decided it was time for another Gil Roth AMA episode, since the last one was almost 5 years ago. Thirty-two past and upcoming…

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Episode 332 – Christopher Brown

Virtual Memories Show 332: Christopher Brown “If you want to have a healthy society, people need to believe there is justice and accountability for people who do bad things. The problem in this society is that it’s a really bottom-heavy system.” He wowed us last year with Tropic of Kansas, and now Christopher Brown is…

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Episode 331 – Liniers

Virtual Memories Show 331: Liniers “In my mind, I thought, ‘Maybe if I can get my comic strip to Uruguay, my father will believe this is a real job.’ I’d be an international success. Montevideo was as far as my imagination could go.” In a rollicking conversation at the Society of Illustrators 128 Bar &…

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