Innovative Fiction

April 14, 2013
(was 05.27.2012)

We're keepin it surreal this hour with a hallucinatory vortex chock full of innovative fiction.  Like Salvador Dali said -- "Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision."   Join us as we expand your vision and melt your mind. 

 

  1. Etgar Keret on "Suddenly, a Knock on the Door"

    Etgar Keret tells Steve Paulson how his writing career began after a traumatic event.

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  2. Helen DeWitt on "Lightning Rods"

    Helen DeWitt tells Anne Strainchamps about her novel, "Lightning Rods," which focuses on a bizarre solution to sexual harrassment in the workplace.

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  3. Mark Leyner on "The Sugar Frosted Nutsack"

    Mark Leyner talks to Jim Fleming about his mind-bending, synapse-shattering new novel, "The Sugar Frosted Nutsack."

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  4. Gerald Nicosia and Al Hinkle on "On the Road"

    Beat historian Gerald Nicosia and one of Neal Cassady's best friends, Al Hinkle, talk about Lu Anne Henderson, and the important role she played in making the Beat Generation possible.

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  5. Ryan Boudinot on "Blueprints of the Afterlife"

    Ryan Boudinot talks to Jim Fleming about his post-apocalyptic novel, "Blueprints of the Afterlife."

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