May 30, 2011

CCLaP Podcast 73: Author Justin Kramon

CCLaP Podcast 73: Author Justin Kramon

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It's Monday, which means it's time for another episode of the CCLaP Podcast. Today: It's my talk with New England author Justin Kramon, who in our days of chaos in the publishing industry has had so far an enviably traditional career -- a graduate of the prestigious Iowa Writers' Workshop who has been published in various revered litmags, his first novel Finny was put out last year to critical acclaim by mainstream publisher Random House. Today we talk for around 45 minutes on all these subjects and more, including how this kind of traditional structure fits in with such modern author activities as blogging and Twittering. Also featuring the music of Marcus Mixx and Butcher The Bar. And don't forget, if you download the enhanced MP4 version linked to below and listen on an iPod (or simply subscribe to CCLaP's iTunes channel), chapters and links and images will be at your disposal too!

More about the people and projects talked about in today's episode:
Justin Kramon
CCLaP's review of "Finny"
Iowa Writers Workshop
Glimmer Train
Iowa Young Writers Studio
Gotham Writers Workshop
Marcus Mixx
Butcher The Bar

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 8:12 AM, May 30, 2011. Filed under: Arts news | CCLaP Podcast | Literature | Profiles |