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David Peak reads for Apostrophe Cast David Peak (August 18, 2010)

This episode we bring you a reading from David Peak's unpublished novel, The River Through the Trees. Good fiction makes strange places seem familiar and familiar places seem strange; it forces us to empathize with enemies, and reexamine our friends; it allows us to consider the unthinkable, and understand the inscrutable. David Peak's reading does all this and more. Please enjoy David Peak. For more, please visit our blog to read David Peak's Apostrophe Cast Interview.

D.W. Lichtenberg reads for Apostrophe Cast D. W. Lichtenberg (August 4, 2010)
This episode Apostrophe Cast is pleased to give you a peek at D.W. Lichtenberg's germinating novel, Time Flies in Ways. In this excerpt, D.W. Lichtenberg is a kind of reluctant hypnotist -- reluctant because he is just trying to tell you the truth, and he can't help that it is so easy to hypnotize you. He just can't help it. His words just keep flowing and flowing. He keeps telling you the truth, and you keep listening. And before you know it, he's got you, and you are enjoying, D.W. Lichtenberg. For more, please visit our blog to read D.W. Lichtenberg's Apostrophe Cast Interview.
Heather Cousins reads from her collection Something in the Potato Room for Apostrophe Cast Heather Cousins (July 7, 2010)
This episode poet Heather Cousins opens the cellar door and ushers us down into the potato room. With a deceptive clarity, Cousins' voice leads us deeper and deeper into the darkness with meticulous details, like "practical, good girl underwear." But soon, we are lost under the surface of this bright, normal world in places where light, no matter how bright, cannot make the way forward clear. Mercifully, Cousins provides us with new eyes to see this world, like "two fat pearls." Please enjoy Heather Cousins reading from her debut collection, Something in the Potato Room, available from Kore Press.
Erika Moya reads poems for Apostrophe Cast Erika Moya (June 2, 2010)
This episode we bring you the melancholy music of Erika Moya. Painted in breaths measured out like brushstrokes, Moya's images build rich and lonely dwellings in a landscape where it often rains, beautiful lovers are drowning in the distance, and there is more moonlight than sunlight. The listener may want to console Ms. Moya, but we must be grateful that in quiet moments of sometimes difficult observation she has found splendours. Please enjoy Erika Moya.
Adam Mansbach reads from Rage is Back for Apostrophe Cast Adam Mansbach (May 19, 2010)
This episode we bring you the magical mind of Adam Mansbach, reading from his new novel Rage is Back. Mansbach's sleight of hand is invisible whether he is conjuring forth the voice of Dondi, the drug-dealing scion of a high art graffiti writing dynasty, or bending time to put him, and us with him, into tomorrow before we can blink an eye. But under these dazzling effects, it is Mansbach's rhapsodies that stop the show, from the proper way to savor high grade marijuana to effortlessly skewering the architecture of race and class that constricts his character's will. Please enjoy Adam Mansbach.
David Goodwillie reads from his novel American Subversive for Apostrophe Cast David Goodwillie (May 5, 2010)
This episode David Goodwillie takes us underground with domestic terrorists in Manhattan, reading an excerpt of his novel American Subversive, out now from Scribner. Infiltrating the Mall of Manhattan through the eyes of a young woman radicalized by her brother's death in Iraq, the glossy surfaces of the city fracture as army brats gone rogue plan to bomb boutiques from the warrens where illegal immigrants do the invisible living New York no longer advertises. Please enjoy David Goodwillie. For more, please listen to an interview with David Goodwillie on the Apostrophe Cast Blog.
Lily Hoang reads for Apostrophe Cast Lily Hoang (April 21, 2010)
This episode we are pleased to present the triumphant mutations excerpted from Lily Hoang's forthcoming novel Evolutionary Revolution, out this July from Les Figues Press. From brothers who can wear the same shirt at the same time to asexual mermen, from sideshow freak stage mothers to a girl with truly unforgettable thighs, Hoang gives us a world that refuses to stay in the safe and comfortable shapes we have come to expect. Please enjoy, Lily Hoang. For more, please read Lily Hoang's Apostrophe Cast Interview.
Bryan Furuness reads stories for Apostrophe Cast Bryan Furuness (April 7, 2010)
This episode we bring you the brand-spanking new bible stories of Bryan Furuness, in which Lucifer is a precocious little boy and Jesus is his accident-prone buddy. The suburban children of this unholy scripture effortlessly humiliate their mortal parents, who lock them out on summer days, and paint moustaches on their portraits. Please enjoy the inspired work of Bryan Furuness.
Danielle Sellers reads poems for Apostrophe Cast Danielle Sellers (March 24, 2010)
This episode we invite you explore the world of poet Danielle Sellers reading from her collection, Bone Key Elegies available from Main Street Rag. Inhabited by tribes of beautiful, semi-wild children destined to suffer and become wise, its beaches and cities shine by the light of her radiant details. And at the center, all roads lead to the kingdom of her family, magnified into myth, ruled by a daughter who would scold gods and dogs alike. Please enjoy Danielle Sellers. For more, please read Danielle Sellers's Apostrophe Cast interview.
Adam Robinson reads microfiction by Joe  Young for Apostrophe CastJoe Young reads poems by Adam Robinson for Apostrophe Cast Adam Robinson & Joseph Young (March 10, 2010)
This episode we bring you Joseph Young reading from Adam Robinson's collection, Adam Robison and Other Poems available from Narrow House, and Adam Robinson reading from Joseph Young's collection of microfiction, Easter Rabbit, available from Publishing Genius. Are they two ventriloquists using each other as dummies or two dummies using each other as ventriloquists? Who gets to sit on who's lap? Whatever the arrangement may be, the voices and visions they conjure from each other's mouths will astound and inspire. Please enjoy Joseph Young and Adam Robinson.
Carol Noval reads for Apostrophe Cast Carol Novack (February 24, 2010)
This episode we are proud to bring you Carol Novack, Publisher and Editor of Mad Hatter's Review. Her audio concoctions with musical collaborators (here, Visored Burgeonette, her journal's Music Director) seem to spring directly from her mind, and their array of sensations and provocations will make an indelible impression on yours. Please enjoy Carol Novack.
Aase Berg reads poems for Apostrophe Cast with translations by Johannes Goransson Aase Berg & Johannes Goransson (February 10, 2010)
This episode Swedish Poet and Critic Aase Berg reads her surrealist poetry, and Johannes Goransson, editor of Action Books, translates. In this way we hear the ancient sing song lilting of a cousin language reminding us that poetry is sound first, and recieve the challenge of Berg's images, both visceral and abstract. Please enjoy Aase Berg and Johannes Goransson.
Joanna Ruocco reads poems for Apostrophe Cast Joanna Ruocco (January 27, 2010)
In The Mothering Coven, Joanna Ruocco builds us a vacation cottage in a mad village inhabited by brilliant kooks such as Mrs. Borage, who mixes metaphysics with the chores, and ace reporter, Duncan Michaels, whose articles are never read.  When it is time for you to leave this place, we think you will find the characters following you. Please enjoy Joanna Ruocco.
Kristina Marie Darling reads poems for Apostrophe Cast Kristina Marie Darling (January 13, 2010)
We are pleased to commence the New Year with a reading from Kristina Marie Darling. Ms. Darling effortlessly spins philosophy into poetry, weaving high concept with flights of lyricism that both delight and challenge. Please enjoy Kristina Marie Darling. For more, please read Kristina Marie Darling's Apostrophe Cast Interview.

Apostrophe Cast is a bi-weekly online reading series of all things literary. Every other Wednesday night, we offer a new reading or performance from another contributor. Our readings include writers of all genres, including fiction, poetry, songs and nonfiction.

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