10 episodes

Dwayne Didderman Reads: An Audiobook Narrator’s Crusade brings you excerpts from books and interviews with authors too good, daring, and scandalous to be mainstream. That’s what makes them so gosh-darn good! SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR DWAYNE IN YOUR EARS.

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Dwayne Didderman Reads: An Audiobook Narrator’s Crusade brings you excerpts from books and interviews with authors too good, daring, and scandalous to be mainstream. That’s what makes them so gosh-darn good! SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR DWAYNE IN YOUR EARS.

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 9: Exit, Pursued by Guns. Author Mark Nado.

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 9: Exit, Pursued by Guns. Author Mark Nado.

    Prison is a b*tch. Silhouette City is a b*tch. A female dog is a b*tch. Mark Nado has dealt with them all. Probably in reverse order from that list. Mr. Nado, though, has taken all those challenges and stuffed them into his tome that details, and I do mean DETAILS, in fiction (I think), a hard life as a detective that he has lived in a city he clearly has a complicated love for, even after it has slapped him repeatedly about the face and thighs. Though he doesn’t recognize its validity, we probe the psychology revealed in Mark’s clear obsessions with tough women, fancy portraits of dogs, and a city whose sidewalks he has probably laid down on too many times. Because he loves it and because someone made him do it with their fist.

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 8: The Detective and the Man with the Gun by Casey Bloom

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 8: The Detective and the Man with the Gun by Casey Bloom

    In this, the final episode of 2021, we talk with author Casey Bloom about his neo-noir book The Detective and the Man with the Gun. Mr. Bloom (sorry, that’s his father. Please call him Casey) fills in the yawning chasm between the seeming paltriness of his words on the page (in your ears) and their intended meaning (that he possibly only accidentally intended). If you’ve always wanted to visit the Grand Canyon, this is an equally awe inspiring leap into the abyss.

























































    Featuring Brendan Way as Casey Bloom. And thanks for the music:
    Cool Vibes - Film Noire by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 7: The Whiff of Paprika by Gavin Hands

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 7: The Whiff of Paprika by Gavin Hands

    Gavin is a mess. His fiction, though, is invigorating. This week on Dwayne Didderman Reads hear how the author, Gavin Hands, worked through his trust issues (with lovers, parents, neighbours, government, society) via his art. His art called The Whiff of Paprika. A novel. We read from and talk about his latest (only?) book and get a real sense of the phrase “just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you.” Well, they probably aren’t, but they probably ARE after Gavin. He’s seen things.

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Ep 6 Patsy DeBellevue The Riles and Libations of Phil Asio

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Ep 6 Patsy DeBellevue The Riles and Libations of Phil Asio

    In this, episode 6 of Dwayne Didderman Reads we go down. South! To the land of swampy gators and deep deep humidity. Where the prisons are full of criminals…and promise. We’re talking southern gothic lit that questions the purposes and drives of humanity. Author Patsy DeBellevue (He/Him) talks about how he came to his twisted, wise, skewed worldview and how that helped create his seminal work of fiction The Riles and Libations of Phil Asio. Have a listen as we discuss his philosophical inspirations. And have a listen to his crazy gorgeously drippy accent!

    Thanks for the music: Prod. by Danya Vodovoz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_LoWLztX5M

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 5: The Nail Trim Trilogy by Dorothea Saphen

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Episode 5: The Nail Trim Trilogy by Dorothea Saphen

    This week on the podcast we delve into the realm of High Fantasy. Not high high, like stoner fantasy, though no judgements if you want to heighten the mood while you indulge in the delicious work of this week’s author. After all Gandalf enjoyed a toke. No, this week it is fantasy of the swords and maidens type, brought to you by a disarmingly down to earth author with incredible subtexts: Dorothea Saphen in her book The Nail Trim Trilogy. I talk to Dorothea about how I discovered the super religious undertones of her tale, which on the surface, if you didn’t dig like I did, you might think was all about bodices and battles! But as usual there’s more if you dig. And I dig. So please enjoy and make sure to check out the book cover on the blog! Audiobooks rule.

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Ep 4: Flying High Stakes with Andrea Twitty

    Dwayne Didderman Reads Ep 4: Flying High Stakes with Andrea Twitty

    In this week’s episode Dwayne talks about Feminine-ism. He learns about womens in a way that has never quite permeated his admittedly thick skull (verified at birth by CAT scan. There’s actual extra bone up there. Great for stag like expressions of dominance in a toxic masculine world, but less so for allowing 5G signals to reach the chip in his brain). Author Andrea Twitty has written a subtle metaphoric novel on lady vampires asserting their own power in the metaphoric plane phallus in the metaphoric clouds (symbolizing cotton balls which symbolize the oppressive makeup world and therefore removing it…gently). Have a listen and learn as much as Dwayne did!

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