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Episode 92 : Jonathan Michael Erickson on 'Relics of Andromeda' The Imaginaries Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Jonathan Michael Erickson may live in Portland, but he wants you to know he hasn't given up on Los Angeles. There's room for both desert and lush green spaces in his work, just as there is in his own life. Appropriately, Erickson reached out to us some months ago, while both Kend and Tony were caught up in travels of their own. Now that schedules and disruptions have evened out, we're excited to connect the dots.

Drawn to science fiction for its boundary-blurring possibilities, Erickson began writing his first novel, "Relics of Andromeda," while on a road trip--and his characters journey far and wide as well as deep into their own subconscious in his work.

We spoke with Erickson about crafting a science fictional narrative informed by Depth Psychology, landscape, and yes! imagination. You can read more about "Relics of Andromeda" as well as its upcoming sequel and Erickson's other works-in-progress at www.jonathanmichaelerickson.com.

Like our content? Our website is www.imaginaries.net, and you can drop us a line at imaginarypod@gmail.com or find us on Twitter at @imaginary_pod. You can listen to our episodes on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and SoundCloud, as well as find all of our back episodes on YouTube once they have shuffled off these other earthly coils. If you would like to help support our work, you can give us a rating or review on whatever platform you use to listen to your podcasts, and if you would like to offset the costs associated with our podcast, you can support us financially at www.ko-fi.com/imaginaries.

Jonathan Michael Erickson may live in Portland, but he wants you to know he hasn't given up on Los Angeles. There's room for both desert and lush green spaces in his work, just as there is in his own life. Appropriately, Erickson reached out to us some months ago, while both Kend and Tony were caught up in travels of their own. Now that schedules and disruptions have evened out, we're excited to connect the dots.

Drawn to science fiction for its boundary-blurring possibilities, Erickson began writing his first novel, "Relics of Andromeda," while on a road trip--and his characters journey far and wide as well as deep into their own subconscious in his work.

We spoke with Erickson about crafting a science fictional narrative informed by Depth Psychology, landscape, and yes! imagination. You can read more about "Relics of Andromeda" as well as its upcoming sequel and Erickson's other works-in-progress at www.jonathanmichaelerickson.com.

Like our content? Our website is www.imaginaries.net, and you can drop us a line at imaginarypod@gmail.com or find us on Twitter at @imaginary_pod. You can listen to our episodes on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and SoundCloud, as well as find all of our back episodes on YouTube once they have shuffled off these other earthly coils. If you would like to help support our work, you can give us a rating or review on whatever platform you use to listen to your podcasts, and if you would like to offset the costs associated with our podcast, you can support us financially at www.ko-fi.com/imaginaries.

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