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Conversations with artists, historians, musicians, and writers. Hosted by author Joshua Rex.

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Conversations with artists, historians, musicians, and writers. Hosted by author Joshua Rex.

www.joshuarex.com

    Fiona Fox

    Fiona Fox

    Fiona Fox is an Australian born, Irish bred, and USA beaten singer-songwriter. Writing songs about people and life, Fox aims to highlight the vulnerability, humor and heartbreak of the human condition.

    Links:

    https://linktr.ee/fionafoxmusic (Digital Cache for It's Been Nice)

    • 49 min
    Brian Evenson

    Brian Evenson

    Brian Evenson is the author of eleven novels, eight short fiction collections, and dozens of short stories, essays, chapbooks, and translations. He has won three O. Henry Prizes, an International Horror Guild Award, a Shirley Jackson Award, a World Fantasy Award, and an ALA/RUSA prize. His work has also been a finalist for an Edgar Award, and he has been awarded NEA and Guggenheim fellowships. His fiction has been translated into several languages, including Czech, French, Italian, Greek, Hungarian, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, and Turkish among others. He lives in Los Angeles and teaches in the Critical Studies Program at CalArts

    Link:

    Song for the Unraveling of the World from Coffee House Press:

    https://coffeehousepress.org/products/song-for-the-unraveling-of-the-world

    • 37 min
    Gordon B. White

    Gordon B. White

    Gordon B. White is the author of the collection As Summer’s Mask Slips and Other Disruptions (2020), and the novellas Rookfield (2021) and And In Her Smile, the World (with Rebecca J. Allred, 2022). A graduate of the Clarion West Writing Workshop, his stories have appeared in dozens of venues, including The Best Horror of the Year Vol. 12 and the Bram Stoker Award-winning anthology Borderlands 6. He also contributes reviews and interviews to outlets including Nightmare, Lightspeed, and The Outer Dark podcast. You can find him online at www.gordonbwhite.com

    • 46 min
    Curtis M. Lawson and Rebecca Clegg

    Curtis M. Lawson and Rebecca Clegg

    Curtis M. Lawson is an author of unapologetically weird and transgressive fiction, fantastical graphic novels, and dark poetry. His work ranges from technicolor pulp adventures to bleak cosmic horror. Curtis is a member of the Horror Writer’s Association, and the host of the Wyrd Transmissions podcast. He resides just outside of Providence, RI. 

    The Envious Nothing: A Collection of Literary Ruin forthcoming from Hippocampus Press. 

    Rebecca Clegg is an artist from Illinois. She has been painting since she was old enough to hold a paintbrush. Rebecca started creating commissioned works for private collections or for musical albums in 2002: She has worked with Krieg, Nachtmystium, Njiqahdda, Xasthur, Urfaust, Ashes, Plaguewielder and Chrome Waves. (She has also created the cover for The Envious Nothing.)

    • 38 min
    Gordon Cooper & Benjamin Fox

    Gordon Cooper & Benjamin Fox

    Gordon Cooper and Benjamin Fox are the masterminds behind several musical projects, including Irish Lights, Catawba, Acquiesce, and The Astronauts. They recently also recorded and produced the first single from the stellar singer/songwriter, poet, and artist Fiona Fox.

    Links:

    The Astronauts: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7DdULMzbvemONDVQs1P2xv?si=g9MHQak7SSuetkavAgwz5A&nd=1

    Catawba: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2MmwjRCiv8vowsEkZoV6lU?dl_branch=1&si=TXw3dPLKRIS4s05LhPqcfg&nd=1

    Fiona Fox: https://www.instagram.com/fionafoxmusic/

    Irish Lights: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFiLdwnQSSoNnKkP6SyeS9Q

    Acquiesce: https://acquiesce22.bandcamp.com/releases

    • 44 min
    David Desimone

    David Desimone

    David Desimone is employed with the Wisconsin Historical Society as the director of Black Point Estate and Gardens, a 19th-century house museum on Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. He previously served as Director of Guest Relations and Communications at The Holden Arboretum near Cleveland, Ohio, and also as Director of Guest Services at Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Arkon, Ohio. Dave is also a former art gallery owner and director, as well as an artist and photographer in his own right. His gallery, LowLife, in Cleveland featured the cutting edge work of regional artists, and he has worked as a curator on several exhibits, including the traveling show Lonesome No More. Dave’s primary areas of interest are historic preservation, Deco, Streamline, Mid-20thCentury, and broadly the roll of low brow culture on the overall culture and its movement from Bowery to the Kennedy Center.

    Links:

    Black Point Estate and Gardens: https://blackpointestate.wisconsinhistory.org/ 

    Why Old Places Matter by Thompson M. Mayes: https://www.amazon.com/Why-Old-Places-Matter-Association-ebook/dp/B07F2TC7XF

    • 1 hr 4 min

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