6 episodes

A literary podcast from Gertrude Press. Interviews, news and more.

Gertrude: A literary podcast Unknown

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A literary podcast from Gertrude Press. Interviews, news and more.

    Kristen Arnett

    Kristen Arnett

    The sixth episode of Gertrude, a literary podcast, has arrived. Your source for queer literary news and interviews.
    This time we welcome the incredible Kristen Arnett!
    Gertrude was founded in 1998 and is now the longest consecutively running queer journal out there. We have published hundreds of artists and writers from more than a dozen countries, serving as a springboard to help further careers, including college tenure, gallery exhibits, and book publication.
    Hosted by Sylvia Rodemeyer 
    Theme music is "Pencils and Strings" by Max Voltage

    • 24 min
    Karen Tongson

    Karen Tongson

    The fifth episode of Gertrude, a literary podcast, has arrived. Your source for queer literary news and interviews.
    This time we welcome pop culture bon vivant Karen Tongson!
    Gertrude was founded in 1998 and is now the longest consecutively running queer journal out there. We have published hundreds of artists and writers from more than a dozen countries, serving as a springboard to help further careers, including college tenure, gallery exhibits, and book publication.
    Hosted by Sylvia Rodemeyer 
    Theme music is "Pencils and Strings" by Max Voltage

    • 26 min
    4. Sassafras Lowrey

    4. Sassafras Lowrey

    The fourth episode of Gertrude, a literary podcast, has arrived. Your source for queer literary news and interviews.

    Up next: the wonderful and versatile Sassafras Lowrey 

    Gertrude was founded in 1998 and is now the longest consecutively running queer journal out there.

    Hosted by Sylvia Rodemeyer 

    Theme music is "Pencils and Strings" by Max Voltage

    • 11 min
    Jericho Brown

    Jericho Brown

    The third episode of Gertrude, a literary podcast, has arrived. Your source for queer literary news and interviews.
    Up next: the fantastic Jericho Brown 
    Gertrude was founded in 1998 and is now the longest consecutively running queer journal out there. We have published hundreds of artists and writers from more than a dozen countries, serving as a springboard to help further careers, including college tenure, gallery exhibits, and book publication.
    Hosted by Sylvia Rodemeyer 
    Theme music is "Pencils and Strings" by Max Voltage

    • 31 min
    Carter Sickels

    Carter Sickels

    The second episode of Gertrude, a literary podcast, picks up in this new normal! Our interview was recorded before lockdowns and face masks and flour shortages. 
    Up next: the wonderful Carter Sickels
    Gertrude was founded in 1998 and is now the longest consecutively running queer journal out there. We have published hundreds of artists and writers from more than a dozen countries, serving as a springboard to help further careers, including college tenure, gallery exhibits, and book publication.
    Hosted by Sylvia Rodemeyer 
    Theme music is "Pencils and Strings" by Max Voltage

    • 19 min
    Arisa White

    Arisa White

    The very first episode of Gertrude, a literary podcast! Your source for queer literary news and interviews.

    Up first: the amazing Arisa White 

    Founded in 1998 and is now the longest consecutively running queer journal. We have published hundreds of artists and writers from more than a dozen countries, serving as a springboard to help further careers, including college tenure, gallery exhibits, and book publication.

    Hosted by Sylvia Rodemeyer 

    Theme music is "Pencils and Strings" by Max Voltage

    • 35 min

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