The Outrider Podcast

The Outrider Podcast: Bad Business Ep. 4

In Episode 4, Todd, Paul, and I are back in the same room to discuss James Ellroy’s American Tabloid and Elmore Leonard’s Unknown Man No. 89. It’s time for a little dark mayhem and some critical snark. 

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The Outrider Podcast: Bad Business Ep. 3

In episode 3, Paul, Todd, and I talk about Charles Willeford's The Woman Chaser and Megan Abbott's Die a Little. NOTE: Despite Heather's valiant efforts the audio is still a little uneven in this episode, but the conversation is good. 

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Bad Business Ep 2: The Long Goodbye

In episode 2, Todd, Paul and I discuss Raymond Chandler and his novel The Long Goodbye. 

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The Outrider Podcast: Bad Business Ep. 1

In this, the first part of a six part series on crime and detective fiction, I get to know my two guest hosts, and friends, Todd Robins and Paul Fecteau. We discuss the inspiration for this series as well as some of the upcoming books we’ll read in future episodes. 

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Outrider Live: Words & Music

This episode, Outrider Live: Words and Music, was recorded in front of a live audience and features poetry and prose by me, your host, Jason Quinn Malott, and live music by Wichita band The Ezras.

 

You can learn more about the musical performer at http://shawncravermusic.com 

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Ulysses Ep. 6

1934 edition page references

 

613 through 768

 

 

My cohost is Delia Tramontina, from Flushing, NY. She earned her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Her work most recently appeared in Newtown Literary, Forum and 1111. Her chapbook CONSTRAINT is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. For 3.5 years she co-hosted the online show, Poet as Radio, on San Francisco Community Radio. She lives and works in San Francisco.

 

 

The music is The Bells of Dublin/Christmas Eve by The Chieftains 

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Ulysses Ep. 5

1934 edition page references

 

460 through 612

 

 

My cohost is Delia Tramontina, from Flushing, NY. She earned her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Her work most recently appeared in Newtown Literary, Forum and 1111. Her chapbook CONSTRAINT is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. For 3.5 years she co-hosted the online show, Poet as Radio, on San Francisco Community Radio. She lives and works in San Francisco.

 

 

The music is The Bells of Dublin/Christmas Eve by The Chieftains 

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Ulysses Ep. 4

1934 edition page references

 

307 through 459

 

 

My cohost is Delia Tramontina, from Flushing, NY. She earned her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Her work most recently appeared in Newtown Literary, Forum and 1111. Her chapbook CONSTRAINT is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. For 3.5 years she co-hosted the online show, Poet as Radio, on San Francisco Community Radio. She lives and works in San Francisco.

 

 

The music is The Bells of Dublin/Christmas Eve by The Chieftains 

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Ulysses Ep. 3

1934 edition page references

 

154 through 306

 

 

My cohost is Delia Tramontina, from Flushing, NY. She earned her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Her work most recently appeared in Newtown Literary, Forum and 1111. Her chapbook CONSTRAINT is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. For 3.5 years she co-hosted the online show, Poet as Radio, on San Francisco Community Radio. She lives and works in San Francisco.

 

The music is The Bells of Dublin/Christmas Eve by The Chieftains 

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Ulysses Ep. 2

Page references to the 1934 edition

1 through 153

 

My cohost is Delia Tramontina, from Flushing, NY. She earned her MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University's Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Her work most recently appeared in Newtown Literary, Forum and 1111. Her chapbook CONSTRAINT is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. For 3.5 years she co-hosted the online show, Poet as Radio, on San Francisco Community Radio. She lives and works in San Francisco.

 

The music is The Bells of Dublin/Christmas Eve by The Chieftains 

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