Lit Cit explores the multi-faceted life of a writer in today’s literary community through insightful interviews with authors, editors, agents, and all of the people who help make writing happen. The podcast is produced and run by members of Antioch Los Angeles’ MFA Creative Writing program.
Author Megan Giddings
Host Samantha Rahmani and author Megan Giddings discuss her debut novel Lakewood as well as editorial experiences, the transition from writing short stories to a novel, the concept of certainty in fiction, genre in the modern day, and the role of happiness and play in writing.
Writer Francesca Lia Block
Host Lisa Locascio chats with writer Francesca Lia Block about her latest novel, the long afterlife of books, and what she loves about teaching creative writing.
Author Sarah Manguso
Host Sarah Haas engages author and mentor Sarah Manguso in a discussion about the need to write and Manguso’s forthcoming book Very Cold People.
Writer Melissa Broder
Host Lisa Locascio and guest Melissa Broder discuss disordered eating and desire in her new novel 'Milk Fed'.
Author Tananarive Due
Host Antoinette Wiley and guest Tananarive Due on the allure of horror, Black trauma, and using fiction to repair harm.
Author Naima Coster
Host Lisa Croce engages author Naima Coster in conversation about her New York Times bestselling novel, "What’s Mine And Yours".