Ellen Muehlberger reads from Moment of Reckoning: Imagined Death and Its Consequences in Late Ancient Christianity (Oxford University Press 2019). We talk about the postmortal, compulsion, morality and violence. We also talk about working on the big project, the making of a new idea– and then the making of the book.
Guest host The Liz talks with Matt Doe, trumpet player of Too Many Zooz. They talk about brass house music; they also talk about starting out playing in the subway and now playing music around the world.
Nate Powell talks about his graphic novel Come Again (Top Shelf Press 2018). We talk about starting out in comics, DIY and punk, imagining another world, and working with Congressman John Lewis and Andrew Aydin.
Here’s a special Fundraiser 2019 edition of LivingWriters with wonderful guests George Cooper, Brent Bryan of Big Love Recording Collective, Angie Berkley + Gina Brandolino of the podcast Behind the Scaffolding, and Scott Beal from Skazat!
CarolJacobsen reads from For Dear Life: Women’s Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus (University of Michigan Press 2019). We talk about social justice documentaries, the Michigan Women’s Justice and Clemency Project, feminism, human rights, survival, and art.
A conversation with Literati Bookstore’s John Ganiard. We talk about upcoming events and ways to be involved at the bookstore as well as some winter book picks and what’s on the horizon (is it too early to look forward to spring?). We also read Mary Oliver poems and talk typewriters.