Two Cities Review Podcast
By Two Cities Review editors
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Tune in every two weeks for a discussion with the editors of Two Cities Review, an online literary magazine, for a discussion of all things writing and reading. We'll review our favorite new books, offer writing prompts, and give insight into our editorial process at the magazine.
||CleanEpisode 58: The Art Edition||Art and writing make a great pair. We discuss the poem Learning How Not To by Paul Ilechko from the June issue and the books The Art Forger and Self Portrait With Boy. Weigh in with your thoughts by replying to us @twocitiesreview on Twitter. We’ll||7/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 57: More Summer Reading, Kennedy Sievers reading||Summer reading and the power of books. Kennedy Sievers reads her piece The Answers are Written in the Book from our blog. Also, hear us talk about The Orphan Masters Son and The Book That Matters Most.||6/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 56: Poetry from the June Issue, Summer Reading 2018||We are excited that the June issue of Two Cities Review is out! Hear a poem from the new issue, Echo of Myself by Rebecca Beardsall, and learn what Blair and Olivia are reading this summer, including books that havent come out yet or were written years||6/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 55: Poetry from the Issue, Books that Make You Think||...And were back, listeners! After a brief hiatus, we are back on schedule for the podcast with a great new episode of booktalk. First we hear Two Cities author E.J. Evans read So Much of My Life Has Consisted of Longing, from the Spring issue; then we||5/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 54: Interview with Dayna Patterson||This week we are so excited to present an author interview with Two Cities writer Dayna Patterson. Dayna wrote the stunning The Disposal of Mormon Garments, which appeared in issue 16. Weve made the piece available to read for free, so check it out —||4/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 53: Let’s Talk about Sex in Literature!||This week were talking about sex in literature, so younger listeners, please be advised! Charles Kell reads his piece My Dark Whistle from the latest issue, and we cover some of our favorite depictions of sexuality, sensuality, and everything in between||4/3/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 52: “Phone Calls and Flowers”; Spring Cleaning for Your Creative Life||This week we highlight another great piece from the March issue of Two Cities. Hilary Brewster reads her essay Phone Calls and Flowers. And we talk about spring cleaning for your creative life.||3/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 51: “The Visitor”, New Poetry, Black Literature and Movies||In this weeks episode, we highlight Brittany Ackermans brilliant The Visitor from the December issue, and we dive into the new March issue with an excerpt from Days of the God-Sized Brains by Jennifer Metsker. And we discuss new arrivals in black litera||3/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 50: The Best of the Podcast!||We made it to the 50th episode, listeners! Its hard to believe how far weve come in the two years that weve been recording our reviews, thoughts, and interviews, but were so proud of what weve created. Today were re-visiting some of our favorite episode||2/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 49: “The Empty City”, reading Gone with the Wind and Proust!||This week, Douglas Cole reads his haunting poem from the December issue, The Empty City. (Check it out online for the full multimedia experience). And we discuss the big literary reads weve been going through recently — Olivias reading Gone with the||2/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
A Great Creative Writing Podcast Hosted by 2 Literary Editors
Blair Hurley and Olivia Tandon host this wonderful show that offers an insider's look into how selections get made for a literary magazine, and that offers readings and interviews with the authors whose work is chosen for Two Cities Review. Blair and Olivia also chat about their literary interests in a friendly way that is a lot of fun to listen to.
Good content and well produced
Two Cities is a well-written magazine and the podcast is a great extension of the magazine. There's good discussion of contemporary writing with some guest content as well.