Episode 12: St. Louis Small Press Expo is now up on iTunes and Soundcloud! On this episode, MFA program alumna Jennifer Tappenden sits down with six contributors to the 2017 St. Louis Small Press Expo. The Interviewees are Ray Nadine of Dollhouse, Dmitri Jackson of Blackwax Boulevard, Mike McCubbins of Floating Head, David James Miller of Elis Press, Caitlin Moriarity writer of Sky Faraday, and Bridget McDonald, our own Managing Editor.
Stop by and chat with Natural Bridge on Saturday, October 14 at the St. Louis Small Press Expo! For more information, visit https://www.stlouissmallpressexpo.com. You won’t want to miss this unique event!
Check out the newest episode of the Natural Bridge podcast (we’ve made it all the way to episode 10!), featuring Phong Nguyen & William Trowbridge! Download on iTunes. You can find previous episodes there in case you missed them!
Check out the newest episode of the Natural Bridge podcast, featuring Jane Ellen Ibur and Brigitte Leschorn! Download on iTunes. You can find previous episodes there in case you missed them!
Episode 8 of the Natural Bridge Podcast features Rachel Hall. She reads a story from her prize winning collection Heirlooms. Download on iTunes to listen on the go!
On the new episode of the Natural Bridge Podcast Pen/Robert W. Bingham Prize winner Rion Amilcar Scott reads two stories from his collection Insurrections. Listen to this podcast and all previous episodes on iTunes!
Episode 5 of the Natural Bridge Podcast is now available to stream through Soundcloud or you can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes. This episode features our nominees for the Pushcart Prize. Chris Souza, Andy Fogle, and Travis Mossotti read their poetry, and Bridget McDonald reads an essay by Kirsti Sandy. If you missed it, episode 4 with Alexander Weinstein is also available.
Natural Bridge editor Mary Troy will read from her latest novel, Swimming on Hwy N, on January 30th, UMSL campus, Gallery 210, 12:15-1:30 pm as part of the Center for the Humanities Noon Series. Check out this linkhttp://writersonwriting.blogspot.com/2016/12/wally-lamb-mary-troy.html to hear her talk about the novel on Orange County CA public radio.