Episode 10: Two Dollar Radio and a reading from Mina E. Holmes

 

Two Dollar Radio co-founder Eric Obenauf talks about indie publishing, film production, and tattoo clubs. Also featured this episode is our first installment highlighting the upcoming anthology Songs of My Selfie (Three Rooms Press)with a reading from Mina E. Holmes. 

About the Guests:

Eric Obenauf is the editorial director of Two Dollar Radio, a press he co-founded with his wife, Eliza. Two Dollar Radio titles have been honored by the National Book Foundation, Finalists for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, Editors' Choice picks at The New York Times Book Review, and placed on year-end best-of lists at The Oprah Magazine, Slate, Salon, The Believer, and elsewhere. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, The Millions, Los Angeles Review of Books, and The Rumpus. He is the writer and director of the feature film, I'm Not Patrick.

Mina E. Holmes is a Nebraskan writer and a recent graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her fiction as appeared in Laurus. She recently completed her internship with Prairie Schooner, and has served as copy editor of a literary anthology as well as a magazine centered on both youth culture and art. In addition to preparing for graduate school, Holmes is currently hard at work on a collection of short stories.

 

Music for today's episode provided by:

Lost Cities & Sketches | Alexandre NavarroCC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Kaos O Labo (Piece of Wood)SalmoCC BY 4.0