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Discover debut authors with Debutiful. In each episode, host Adam Vitcavage will go in-depth with a debut author about their first book, how they write, and what inspires them.
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Gene Kwak (Go Home, Ricky!) joins the podcast to discuss wrestling, why plot synopsis is just the tip of what a book is about, and the process of how a book is created from cover art to title selection. Register for the virtual Debutiful event on November 16 with Gene Kwak, Mina Seçkin, and Rachel Yoder: https://www.tatteredcover.com/event/debuts-devour-gene-kwak-mina-se%C3%A7kin-and-rachel-yoder Follow the author at: www.genekwak.com www.twitter.com/genekwak3 www.instagram.com/genemichelbasquiat Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Jo Hamya - Three Rooms

Jo Hamya - Three Rooms

2021-08-2630:40

Jo Hamya (Three Rooms) joins the podcast to discuss critical theory, life in your 20s, Twitter, her writing career, and more! Follow the author at: www.twitter.com/jo_hamya Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Brittany Ackerman (The Brittanys) joins the podcast to discuss high school drama, being funny, and the importance of having a writing community. Follow the author at: www.brittanyackerman.com www.instagram.com/suboatmilk Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Rachel Yoder (Nightbitch) joins the podcast to discuss motherhood, what it means to be a writer when you haven't published in years, and adapting her own book into a screenplay for a movie that Amy Adams is attached to star in. Follow the author at: www.racheljyoder.com www.twitter.com/rachelyoder www.instagram.com/rayjoi Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Matthew Clark Davison (Doubting Thomas) joins the podcast to discuss queerness, brotherhood, and give Pride book recommendations Follow the author at: www.matthewclarkdavison.com www.twitter.com/matthewcdavison www.instagram.com/matthewclarkdavison Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Jonathan Parks-Ramage (Yes, Daddy) joins the podcast to discuss relationships with older men, dark novels, and journalism. Follow the author at: www.jonathan-p-r.com www.instagram.com/jprampage Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Alex McElroy (The Atmospherians) joins the podcast to discuss writing a satire, shitty men, and when they felt they could write how they wanted to. Follow the author at: www.alexmcelroy.com www.twitter.com/abmcelroy1 www.instagram.com/just_alexmcelroy Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
J. Nicole Jones (Low Country) joins the podcast to discuss memoirs, creative nonfiction, and her childhood in South Carolina Follow the author at: www.www.jnicjones.com.com 
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Jakob Guanzon (Abundance) joins the podcast to discuss money, father/son relationships, and being published on an indie press. Follow the author at: www.jakobguanzon.com Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Zak Salih (Let's Get Back to the Party) joins the podcast to discuss queer culture, being a perfectionist, and how this book feels like historical fiction even though it's set so recently. Follow the author at: www.zaksalih.com www.twitter.com/zmsalih1982 Herbie Hickmott, not Herbie Hancock, is the designer I have been working with for the Debuti-tee. You can visit him at www.herbiehickmott.com Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Dantiel W. Moniz (Milk Blood Heat) joins the podcast to discuss why Florida gets made fun of and why it's perfect for writers, the crafting of her short stories, and why she questioned if she could be a writer. Follow the author at: www.dantielwmoniz.com www.twitter.com/dantielwmoniz www.instagram.com/deezybotpress Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Torrey Peters (Detranstion, Baby) joins the podcast to discuss writing a bourgeois melodrama and whether or not you need to understand the complexities of the trans community to understand her book. Follow the author at: www.torreypeters.com www.twitter.com/torreypeters www.instagram.com/torreyadora Follow Debutiful at: www.debutiful.net www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful
Adam Vitcavage is joined by Bryan Washington to discuss his first novel, Memorial. The two discuss life after his 2019 award-winning story collection Lot, cooking lessons, and how his interests shaped his book even if he thought only 9 people would read it. Follow the author: https://www.brywashing.com https://twitter.com/brywashing Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful www.debutiful.net
Adam Vitcavage is joined by Simon Han to talk about his debut novel Nights When Nothing Happened. The two talk about suburbia, race, and how the most thrilling moments can also be the most quiet. Follow the author: https://www.simonhan.com https://instagram.com/sighmunhan https://twitter.com/simonxinhan Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful www.debutiful.net
Adam Vitcavage is joined by Micah Nemerever to talk about his debut novel These Violent Delights. The two talk about historical fiction, art history, and what it was like writing a novel while writing an academic thesis. Please consider donating to an organization that helps fight tyranny in America of your choosing. I’m choosing to highlight the Okra Project, is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them. Visit them at www.theokraproject.com/. Follow the author: https://www.micahnemerever.com https://instagram.com/micahnem https://twitter.com/nemerevermore Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful www.debutiful.net
Adam Vitcavage is joined by Corey Sobel to talk about his debut novel The Reshirt. The two talk about the ins-and-outs of college football, why football novels are passed on, and how the Redshirt came to be. Please consider donating to an organization that helps fight tyranny in America of your choosing. I’m choosing to highlight the Okra Project, is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them. Visit them at www.theokraproject.com/. Follow the author: https://www.corey-sobel.com/ Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful www.debutiful.net
Adam Vitcavage is joined by K-Ming Chang to talk about her debut novel Bestiary. The two talk about making writing beautiful, being a young writer, and creating something that reflects the women she never sees in literature. Please consider donating to an organization that helps fight tyranny in America of your choosing. I’m choosing to highlight the Okra Project, is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them. Visit them at www.theokraproject.com/. Follow the author: https://www.kmingchang.com/ https://twitter.com/k_mingchang http://instagram.com/kmingchang Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: www.twitter.com/debutiful www.instagram.com/debutiful www.debutiful.net
Adam Vitcavage is joined by Greg Mania to talk about his memoir Born to Be Public. The two talk about the hustle it takes to write, mental health, and his parents reading his rather revealing book. Please consider donating to an organization that helps fight tyranny in America of your choosing. I’m choosing to highlight the Okra Project, is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them. Visit them at https://www.theokraproject.com/. Follow the author: http://www.greg-mania.com http://www.twitter.com/gregmania http://www.instagram.com/gregmania Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at http://www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: http://www.twitter.com/debutiful http://www.instagram.com/debutiful http://www.debutiful.net
Adam Vitcavage is joined by Melissa Faliveno to discuss her debut essay collection Tomboyland. The two chat creative non-fiction, teaching young writers, and Roller Derby names. Please consider donating to an organization that helps fight tyranny in America of your choosing. I’m choosing to highlight the Okra Project, is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them. Visit them at https://www.theokraproject.com/. Follow the author: http://www.melissafaliveno.com http://www.twitter.com/melissafaliveno Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at http://www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: http://www.twitter.com/debutiful http://www.instagram.com/debutiful http://www.debutiful.net
Adam Vitcavage is joined by Leah Hampton to discuss her debut story collection F*ckface. The two chat about Appalachia, how she follows characters, and why research is just as important for stories as it is novels. Please consider donating to an organization that helps fight tyranny in America of your choosing. I’m choosing to highlight the Okra Project, is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them. Visit them at https://www.theokraproject.com/. Follow the author: http://www.leahkhampton.com http://www.twitter.com/pludger Thank you to Rocky Collin for letting me use their song “What Is It” for this podcast. Follow the band at http://www.RockyCollin.com. Follow Debutiful and check out the website for more interviews you can read: http://www.twitter.com/debutiful http://www.instagram.com/debutiful http://www.debutiful.net
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