On this week’s program, The Drunken Odyssey enjoys perhaps its final Bloomsday live show, and its perhaps final visit to The Gallery at Avalon Island.
In this week’s episode, I talk to fiction writer Irvine Welsh about his latest novel, A Decent Ride, Edinburgh as a character, the influence of climate and populace on characterization, and the way to balance outrageous plot twists with earnestness, too.
I also share him reading from A Decent Ride, along with Aleksander Hemon reading from The Making of Zombie Wars.
Thanks to Pressure Wave (Jared Silvia) for his song “Two Thousand Six.”
On this week’s show, I share the live Bloomsday event!
See our kickstarter campaign to travel to Weeki Wachee Springs to interview Lu Vickers about Florida literature and the world famous Weeki Wachee mermaids.
Richard Peabody, our guest on episode 45, has a new audio book of poems available through Eat Poems. Sample the poems, then pay what you wish for the download!
On Saturday, June 22, from 5 to 8, The Drunken Odyssey will sink anchor here:
Here’s this week’s book: