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Author: Jason Preu

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Writers writing in Kansas City and its surrounds.
Episodes every other Saturday.
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Orrin Grey

Orrin Grey

2018-09-0800:42:32

In this episode, Jason talks with Orrin Grey. Orrin Grey is a writer, editor, amateur film scholar, and monster expert who was born on the night before Halloween. His stories of monsters, ghosts, and sometimes the ghosts of monsters have appeared in dozens of anthologies, including Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year, and been gathered into thre volumes, Never Bet the Devil & Other Warnings, Painted Monsters & Other Strange Beasts, and the forthcoming Guignol & Other Sardonic Tales. Orrin's website is: https://orringrey.com. You should pay him a visit.Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com Sacrifice tomorrow just to have you here today.
Carmen Moreno

Carmen Moreno

2018-08-2500:45:41

Carmen Moreno is an artist, a writer, an activist, 'zine maker, story collector, and mushroom hunter. She received her BFA in 2010 from the Kansas City Art Institute in Interdisciplinary Art and Creative Writing with a Certification in Community Arts and Service Learning. You may find Carmen online at: http://www.ccmoreno.comSupport her work here: https://www.patreon.com/carmenmorenoMusic: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com Open your heart to a great big nothing.
Gustavo Aybar

Gustavo Aybar

2018-08-1101:07:10

In this episode, Jason talks with Gustavo Aybar. Gustavo Aybar is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he received his MA in Romance Languages & Literature. His latest collection of poetry is entitled, We Seek Asylum (Willow Books/Aquarius Press, 2017).You can find Gustavo online via Twitter @gadolfoaybar. Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com You are water and star and the ultimate jazzerciser.
M.G. Salazar

M.G. Salazar

2018-07-2800:50:45

In this episode, Jason talks with M.G. Salazar. M.G. is a writer, performer, and the curator/owner of the vintage clothing shop, The Skullery Maid. They currently appear as a subject in the Emmy-nominated HBO documentary Abortion: Stories Women Tell . M.G. twice traveled to Standing Rock during the winter of 2016-2017 to stand as a water protector at the Oceti Sakowin Camp, which inspired Striking the Black Snake: Poems from Standing Rock 39 West Press (April 25, 2017).M.G. is on Instagram @theskullerymaid. Their website is http://mgsalazar.com/. Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com News you can abuse and refuse.
Craig M. Workman

Craig M. Workman

2018-07-1400:46:35

In this episode, Jason talks with Craig M. Workman. Craig teaches at JCCC and UMKC and writes short fiction. His short story collection, The Throwaways, will be released by Scarlet Leaf Press in September 2018.You can find Craig on Facebook but he is otherwise abstinent regarding the internets.Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com Don't catch the diabetes. It'll do ya wrong.
Jessica Ayala

Jessica Ayala

2018-06-3000:45:14

In this episode, Jason talks with Jessica Ayala. Jessica Ayala is a published author, spoken word artist and writer-in-residence at Charlotte Street Foundation. Her work is a merging of oral tradition, visual storytelling, and poetry inviting a unique conversation between her words and native drums. She is the recipient of the 2000 Missouri Speaker of the Year Award by the Metropolitan Community College League of Competitive Acting and Poetry. Additionally, Jessica is the recipient of the 2010 Legacy Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts and Social Justice for MCCKC.Jessica's website is: jessicaeayala.com and she's on Instagram @missjessicaayalaMusic: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com Ethics often exists above the law.
James P. McNamara

James P. McNamara

2018-06-1600:45:39

In this episode, Jason talks with James P. McNamara. James is a poet, collage artist, and political activist living and working in Kansas City. James is on Instagram @poetjamesp. His website is outhereincarcountry.com.Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com Fight schmucks wherever you may encounter them.
Jeanette Powers

Jeanette Powers

2018-06-0200:41:12

In this episode, Jason talks with Jeanette Powers. Jeanette has degrees in physics and math and specializes in logic, imagination and swimming rivers. Her most recent book is Gasconade, from NightBallet Press. She is a force of community-building nature.You can find Jeanette online at: http://jeanettepowers.com.Here is a link to the Osage Arts Community in Belle, MO: http://osageac.org/Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com Expand into everything.
Adam "Bucho" Rodenberger

Adam "Bucho" Rodenberger

2018-05-1900:52:15

In this episode, Jason talks with Adam "Bucho" Rodenberger. Adam's debut short story collection, Scaring the Stars Into Submission, is available on Amazon. Buy it. Adam is on Twitter @authorbuch. He’s on Instagram @therealpinkmanther. His blog is triphoprisy.blogspot.com. Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.comWash your hair (and everything else).
Jessica Conoley

Jessica Conoley

2018-05-0500:45:47

In this episode, Jason talks with Jessica Conoley. Jessica used to see a lot of concerts, but now she writes YA fiction and essays. Jessica is on Twitter @jaconoley. Her website is http://jessicaconoley.com. Music: "The Lollygaggers," by IsYouIsOrIsYouAin'tContact: litkcpod@gmail.com Find yourself Pamper the Madman's record and rock out.
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