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The Evergreen Review Podcast is hosted by editor-in-chief Dale Peck.
Mad Meg: Live at Panevezys Correction House for Women in Lithuania
In 2018, during their last Eastern European tour, the Russian-American band Mad Meg recorded an entire album at Panevezys Correction House, the only women’s prison in Lithuania. The live album recorded at the prison was released right before the COVID-19 pandemic and the video for the single “Functioning Adult” was created and released while the band was in quarantine. Miracle Jones interviews Mad Meg about making the album and playing Eastern Europe in general.
“The Future Of Abolition”: Jackie Wang's Closing Address at the Singapore Literature Festival
At the 4th Singapore Literature Festival in NYC, poet, scholar, and activist Jackie Wang (Carceral Capitalism) speaks on the necessity for and future of the abolitionist approach to social reform. Moderated by journalist and activist Kirsten Han.
THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 003: Jeffery Renard Allen
Dale Peck and Jeffery Renard Allen discuss the American mythology, William Faulkner, the African-American diaspora, and Allen's forthcoming memoir about his mother. Allen is an American poet, essayist, short story writer, and novelist. His essay "African Lives Matter: The Future Crisis," on the COVID-19 crisis in South Africa, was published in The Evergreen Review in summer 2020.
THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 002: Calvin Baker
Dale Peck chats with Calvin Baker, author of the critically-acclaimed novels Naming the New World, Once Two Heroes, Dominion, and Grace. The two discuss the past and future of integration in the United States, race as the "organizing principle of American society," and Baker's new novel A More Perfect Reunion: Race Integration, and the Future of America, which is available now. The Evergreen Review published an excerpt from the novel in its summer 2020 issue.
THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 001: John Oakes
In the first episode of The Evergreen Review Podcast, Dale Peck, editor-in-chief of The Evergreen Review and John Oakes, publisher of The Evergreen Review, discuss the magazine’s history, resurrection, and plans for the future.