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Join the underground generation. Established in 1957.

The Evergreen Review Podcast is hosted by editor-in-chief Dale Peck.

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Join the underground generation. Established in 1957.

The Evergreen Review Podcast is hosted by editor-in-chief Dale Peck.

    THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 006: Robert Guffey

    THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 006: Robert Guffey

    Miracle Jones talks with novelist and conspiracy expert/enthusiast Robert Guffey (author of Chameleo and Bela Lugosi's Dead) about the true origin of QAnon and its goals after the 2020 election. They also discuss taboos in movies and conspiracy theory as both an existential challenge and an art form.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    "It's white supremacy, not sex addiction, stupid!"

    "It's white supremacy, not sex addiction, stupid!"

    On the first day of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, five Asian women writers read from their work and address the rise of anti-Asian bigotry in the United States. Coming from a variety of perspectives and backgrounds, Jerrine Tan, Paula Mendoza, Celina Su, Devi S. Laskar, and Pauline Park together throw a powerful light on the past and present of American racial capitalism, patriarchy, and imperialism. They draw from intimate personal experience and strong political convictions to propose an intersectional and international feminism as the way forward. Reading co-presented by The Evergreen Review and Singapore Unbound.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 005: Jeanne Thornton

    THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 005: Jeanne Thornton

    Dale Peck talks with Jeanne Thornton, author of the novel The Dream of Doctor Bantam and the collection The Black Emerald. They discuss Thornton’s relationship with the editing process, her experiences growing up in Texas, Ayn Rand, and Dirty Dancing. Her forthcoming novel Summer Fun is set to be released this summer, published by Soho Press. Thornton’s story “The Fountainhead” appears in Evergreen's Spring/Summer 2019 issue.

    • 46 min
    "Found Poem Composed in Dearborn, Michigan" by Mariam Bazeed

    "Found Poem Composed in Dearborn, Michigan" by Mariam Bazeed

    Mariam Bazeed reads “Found Poem Composed in Dearborn, Michigan” and its lineage. The poem appears in Evergreen's Fall/Winter 2020 issue. Mariam Bazeed [they/them] is a nonbinary Egyptian immigrant, writer, performer, and cook living in a rent-stabilized apartment in Brooklyn. An alliteration-leaning writer of prose, poetry, plays, and personal essays, Mariam received an MFA in Fiction from Hunter College in 2018.

    • 20 min
    THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 004: Yasmin Nair

    THE EVERGREEN REVIEW PODCAST 004: Yasmin Nair

    Editor-in-chief Dale Peck has a conversation with Chicago-based writer, academic, and activist Yasmin Nair. The two discuss the concept of genre, love and identity in activism, unconscious and structural racism in Chicago, and more. Nair is the co-founder of the radical queer editorial collective Against Equality, editor-at-large at Current Affairs and a member of Gender JUST Chicago. Her most recent essay, "So Long, and Thanks for Nothing," appeared in Evergreen’s summer 2020 issue. Her work can be found at yasminnair.net.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Mad Meg: Live at Panevezys Correction House for Women in Lithuania

    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.

    • 34 min

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