Posts tagged “Warmed and Bound

Antonia Crane Tackles Warmed And Bound

Not only does Ms. Crane cover some of the more well-known authors featured in Warmed And Bound, but she pays special attention to some of the authors you may not know. The Rumpus.net publishes a stunning review of Warmed And Bound, written by Antonia Crane, that you can read here.

According to The Rumpus, Antonia Crane is a sex worker and freelance journalist from Humboldt County. Her essays have appeared in Black Clock, Word Riot, The Whistling Fire, The Coachella Review, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Rumpus Women Vol 1 and lots of other places. She is contributing columnist for The Rumpus and has been working hard on her memoir, SPENT. She lives in Los Angeles with her cats and earns her keep pole dancing in New Orleans. She holds an MFA from Antioch.

You can follow Antonia Crane at her blog.

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Spinetingler Reviews Warmed And Bound

The splendid people at Spinetingler Magazine tackled a number of the stories from Warmed And Bound: A Velvet Anthology. You can check the reviews of the stories by: J David Osborne, Craig Clevenger, Caleb J Ross, Stephen Graham Jones, Bob Pastorella, Sean P Ferguson, Axel Taiari, Vincent Louis Carrella, Mark Jaskowski, Craig Wallwork, Nik Korpon, Paul Tremblay, DeLeon DeMicoli, and our editor, Pela Via by clicking on each author’s names.

Spinetingler Magazine has their finger on the pulse of everything literary and everything that even thinks about dressing up and walking around all noir-like. Give their reviews, stories, and press a peek. Nik Korpon and Richard Thomas were both published in their Speedloader, with the cover-work being done by our good, good friend Boden Steiner.


Booked and Warmed And Bound Together Again!


The gentlemen at Booked are doing something tremendous! They’re doing a massive Warmed And Bound themed giveaway over at Goodreads. That’s the generalities. Here’s the incredible details:

You get:
Warmed And Bound: A Velvet Anthology signed by authors Richard Thomas and Chris Deal; Stranger Will signed by author Caleb J. Ross; When October Falls signed by author Christopher J. Dwyer; Cienfuegos signed by author Chris Deal; AND Shivers VI signed by author Richard Thomas

To Win:
Get yourself an account at Goodreads and then click HERE. You should have an account with Goodreads anyhow.


In the Thunderdome: Edward J Rathke

The fourth installment in the ThunderdomeWarmed and Bound Series (explained here).

Now Here is Nowhere

“The air, thousands of blades rushing over the evershifting earth. I walk nameless and faceless through a featureless land beneath an unremarkable sky …”  >> Read more

Introduction for Eddy Rathke written by Jesse Lawrence:

I’m walking down the street, half immersed in the stolen glance of a tangential thought and half immersed in the book I’m reading, in the trees I am, so far, avoiding, and I catch a peripheral spark of fancy dress. Edward J Rathke. Could that have been?

Mr. Rathke and I, we share a city and we circle similar halls, but we do these things in just such a fashion that we seem to always pass each other by, failing at formally meeting. As I shuffle the city streets, Eddy runs to alternating global corners, writing letters to himself and those he meets, his prose as mellifluous as the paths which he seems to take.

I imagine him at the ballet, simultaneously in the front row and in the wings. Or even, perhaps, in some Lynchian time-travel cinematic dream wherein he takes the place of Sami Frey.

—Jesse Lawrence


Booked Podcast: Craig Clevenger

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From Booked: Craig Clevenger is the author of The Contortionist’s Handbook (MacAdam/Cage, 2002) and Dermaphoria (MacAdam/Cage, 2005). He is currently at work on his third novel. (photo by Timothy Faust)

Mentioned
Italo CalvinoIf On A Winter’s Night A Traveler
Seth Morgan
Will Christopher Baer
Steve EriksonTours of the Black Clock
William Gay’s books
Mike Hogan – Man out of Time
Rob Roberge

Played
R.L. Burnside – Chain of Fools
Junior Kimbrough – I Love Ya Baby


Booked Podcast: Stephen Graham Jones

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From Booked: Stephen Graham Jones started writing in 1990, in an emergency room. Ten years later, his first novel came out, and, since then, there have been six more, and two collections. It Came From Del Rio and The Ones That Got Away are the most recent books, and Flushboy and Not for Nothing (both from Dzanc) are up next. Jones has also had some hundred and thirty stories published, anthologized, and included in annuals and textbooks. And he still finds himself in the emergency room more than he really planned. Jones teaches in the MFA program at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and has been a member of the Velvet since 2005. More at demontheory.net.

Mentioned
Stephen’s article at Pop Matters: Paranormal Activity and the Pinocchio Complex
C.J. Box
Charles McCarry
Louise Erdrich’s book Love Medicine
Raising Stony Mayhall by Daryl Gregory

Played
Tesla – Heaven’s Trail
D.A.D. – Sleeping My Day Away


Booked Podcast: Brian Evenson

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From Booked: Brian Evenson is the author of ten books of fiction, most recently the limited edition novella Baby Leg, published by New York Tyrant Press in 2009. In 2009 he also published the novel Last Days (which won the American Library Association’s award for Best Horror Novel of 2009) and the story collection Fugue State, both of which were on Time Out New York’s top books of 2009. His novel The Open Curtain (Coffee House Press) was a finalist for an Edgar Award and an IHG Award. His work has been translated into French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Slovenian. He lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island, where he directs Brown University’s Literary Arts Program. Other books include The Wavering Knife (which won the IHG Award for best story collection), Dark Property, and Altmann’s Tongue. He has translated work by Christian Gailly, Jean Frémon, Claro, Jacques Jouet, Eric Chevillard, Antoine Volodine, and others. He is the recipient of three O. Henry Prizes as well as an NEA fellowship.

Mentioned
Jorge Luis Borges
Brian Conn – The Fixed Stars
Leslie Norris, and his works on Amazon

Played
Airborne Toxic Event – Changing
Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room – It’s Gonna Rain All Day


Booked Podcast: Gordon Highland

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From Booked: Gordon Highland is the author of the novels Major Inversions and the forthcoming Flashover. A member of The Velvet since 2006, he is a site moderator and one of its most frequent posters. Gordon has been directing videos professionally for over fifteen years, and lives in the Kansas City area, where he also enjoys writing, recording, and performing music. Visit him at gordonhighland.com.

Mentioned
Fred Venrturini – The Samaritan
Andrez Bergen – Tobacco Stained Mountain Goat
The Velvet Podcast

Played
Derek Trucks Band – Joyful Noise
Bela Fleck and the Flecktones – Sex in a Pan


Booked Podcast: Bob Pastorella

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From Booked: Bob Pastorella lives in Southeast Texas. He’s published with Outsider Writers Collective, Thunderdome, Nefarious Muse, Troubadour 21, and his short story “To Watch Is Madness” is featured in The Zombist: Undead Western Tales Anthology. He is currently working on a vampire/noir novel. You can visit Bob at bobpastorella.com.

Mentioned
H.R. Giger
Peter Straub
Ramsey Campbell
Kathe Koja, and her book Under the Poppy

Played
Judas Priest – The Hellion-Electric Eye
Nazareth – Hair of the Dog


Booked Podcast: J David Osborne

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From Booked: J David Osborne is the author of the Lynchian gulag-escape novel By the Time We Leave Here, We’ll Be Friends. His second novel, Low Down Death Right Easy, is due out this winter from Swallowdown Press. He lives in Oklahoma with his dog.

Mentioned
Anne Applebaum – Gulag: A History
Kris Saknussemm
Noodling

Played
Aesop Rock – Fish Tales
Big KRIT – Country Shit


Booked Podcast: Nik Korpon

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From Booked: Nik Korpon is the author of Stay God, Old Ghosts and By the Nails of the Warpriest. His stories have bloodied the pages and screens of Crime Factory, Shotgun Honey, Black Heart Magazine, 3:AM and more. He lives in Baltimore.

Mentioned
Scott McClanahan
Tom Piccirilli’s book Every Shallow Cut
Crime Factory
Black Heart Magazine’s forthcoming Noir issue

Played
Cocksparrer – Where Are They Now?
Nick Cave – More News From Nowhere