May 19, 2008

CCLaP Podcast 23: Author Amy Güth

Amy Güth

It's Monday, which means it's time for another episode of the CCLaP Podcast. Today: An extended talk with Chicago author and events organizer Amy Güth, founder of the brand-new Pilcrow Literary Festival that will be taking place this coming Memorial Day weekend. Here we talk in detail not only about the upcoming fest and the particular challenges of putting it together, but also of Amy's own relentless touring, her first novel Three Fallen Women, and the monthly reading series she hosts in the Lakeview neighborhood. Also featuring the music of Kassin+2, Marble Sounds and Marching Band. And don't forget, if you download the MP4 version (linked to below) and listen to it on iTunes, an iPod or iPhone, you'll have images and chapters and links at your disposal as well!

Links to people and groups mentioned in today's episode:

Amy Güth (Amy's blog)
Pilcrow Literary Festival
Three Fallen Women (CCLaP's review of Three Fallen Women)
The Fixx Reading Series

Marble Sounds
Marching Band

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Download the MP4 (26.8 megs; 57 minutes)

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 3:56 PM, May 19, 2008. Filed under: CCLaP Podcast | Chicago news | Literature | Profiles |