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In this episode, Rob chats to celebrated polymath writer, Sean O'Brien about short stories, cold spots in houses, postwar bomb sites as playgrounds, ghost stories and Hull. Rob and Kate come to you from the infamous pod yet again after a long break to talk Piers Morgan (gross, we hate him), British winters, park running, bad habits in writing, poet…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to novelist and short story writer, Clare Fisher about writing things that won't sell, PhDs in failure, Lydia Davis, and being a southern softie living in Leeds (Leeds Leeds). Rob and Kate again come to you live from the infamous Salford pod in the even more infamous Media City. They chat about experimental fiction, Irish…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Booker longlisted novelist and short story writer, Sophie Mackintosh about Joy Division, distrust of technology, the Booker prize (obvs) and being a bit goth. Rob and Kate come to you live from the infamous Salford pod. They chat about the US election, the art of grumbling, the Wu Tang Clan, quantum physics (I know!)an…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Joanne Harris about Norse myths, Child ballads, video games, graphic novels and the perils and joy of having your book optioned by Hollywood. Joanne also talks about the "illusion" of literary fiction. "Plot is the engine that drives the car" (we like her). Rob and Kate have a silly conversation about Canadian sketch c…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Kevin Duffy from Bluemoose Books about the trials of independent publishing, the effects of Brexit on writers, the problem with agents, getting your authors pinched, assemby line blancmange books pumped out by big publishing and Hebden Bridge. Rob and Kate talk about Not the Not the Booker prize, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Willi…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Joanna Walsh about mixing narrative forms, autofiction, the perils of using material from your own life in your work, hardback fetishes, Kafka's letters, the beauty of the online relationship, and, oddly, Airbnb. Rob and Kate talk about the joy of quitting, going native, Janeane Garofalo, sex shops and douchbag commerc…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to the very successful self-published novelist Caimh McDonnell about (surprise surprise) self-publishing, stand-up comedy, agent merry-go-rounds, MAs in Creative Writing (yes, again) and his very funny quadrilogy of comic Crime novels. Rob and Kate talk Writers' Mental Health (or lack thereof), Good literary agencies, dea…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Danny Denton about Non-spaces, reviews, experimental fiction, Irish writers and his incredible debut novel The Earlie King and the Kid in Yellow. Rob and Kate talk personal attacks in reviews, London-centric publishing, Masterclasses v Workshops, working class writers, being broke and vaping.…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Rosie Garland about family secrets, Morning Pages, Vampire Queens, Time-travelling Suffragettes, Rock and roll stardom and her latest novel The Night Brother. Rob and Kate talk Gopher museums, Rainbow unicorns, Curmudgeonly bitches and, oh yeah, writing stuff.Special appearances by: Very Loud Music Man and Reversing Lo…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Monique Roffey about ditching editors, loveless marriages, unevolved sexual behaviour, parties turning into orgies, and her sexy book The Tryst. Rob and Kate talk rather boring stuff by comparison: Writing communities, Prose poetry and the Winter Olympics. It's a bonkers one, this.…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to Megan Hunter about the end of the world, fragments in literature, Communist theatre, motherhood, not finishing Nineteen Eighty-Four and her amazing debut novel The End We Start From. Rob and Kate talk sexy fiction, the writing process, George Saunders, angry eyebrows and loads of poetry guff.…
 
In this Christmas episode, Rob chats to Jon McGregor about Male oppression, obsession with the number thirteen, the art of the letter and how he constructed his multi-layered, much lauded and Booker longlisted novel, Reservoir 13. Rob and Kate and discuss the hottest thing in literature at the moment, Cat Person. If you are a big fan of Christmas c…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to novelist and Orange Prize winner, Joanna Kavenna about the individual experience of reality, Baudelaire, George Osborne, the British Class system and her latest work, The Field Guide to Reality. Rob and Kate Feld also argue about all things literary (and otherwise). Kate tells us what the UNESCO City of Literature desi…
 
In this Halloween episode, Rob chats to writers Jenn Ashworth and Richard V Hirst about their latest collaboration, the spooky "The Night Visitors". They also talk about horror, ghost stories, bus stations and Jenn talks about how her battles with Post partum psychosis. Rob and Kate Feld also chat about books, self-publishing, Stephen King and (ran…
 
In this episode, Rob chats to debut novelist Adelle Stripe about Capote's rules for the non-fiction novel, Andrea Dunbar, two pint books, indies v big boys and the perfect length (of book). Rob and new co-host, Kate Feld also chat about book stuff, lit nights, karaoke (why?) and the usual BS that tends to come up when they get together. Oddly, they…
 
In this episode, Rob has his annual Manchester Literature Festival chat with Kate Feld and then interviews novelist and flash fiction guru and advocate, Helen McClory about chibbing, things to spend money on, San Francisco, the perils of independent publishing and her latest novel Flesh of the Peach. Trigger warning: There is quite a lot of talk ab…
 
In this episode, Rob speaks to novelist, poet, novella writer, short story writer, mentor Sarah Butler about millenials, making a living as a writer, advances, tuition fees, navigating cities and the strangeness of having your book big upped by the Daily Mail. Loads of chat about her novels Before the Fire and Ten things I've Learnt about Love. Thi…
 
In this episode, Rob speaks to lecturer, novelist and short story writer Gregory Norminton about Linguistic diversity loss, Immortality, Star Trek, Social liberalism, Patriotism, The 6th great extinction and, oh yeah, his Omnium Gatherium of short stories as well as his upcoming (totally bonkers, but amazing sounding) upcoming novel.…
 
In part three of TEOAT's RAPID FIRE INDIE PUBLISHER EXTRAVAGANZA, Rob speaks to indie publisher Thom Cuell from Dodo Ink about Erotica, publishing risky books, subversion, experimental fiction, punk rock, Creative Writing courses, the evils of self-publishing, life as a "boutique" publisher and ruddy Nicholas Royle AGAIN…
 
In part two of TEOAT's RAPID FIRE INDIE PUBLISHER EXTRAVAGANZA, Rob speaks to indie publisher Ra Page from Comma Press about Bookwashing, Nominative Determinism, Fascism, Donald Trump, Justin Trudeau, Muslim bans, protest and, oh yeah... some chat about publishing short stories and having those stories adapted into Oscar nominated films.…
 
In part one of TEOAT's RAPID FIRE INDIE PUBLISHER EXTRAVAGANZA, Rob speaks to indie publisher Nathan Connolly from Dead Ink about Liverpool, Working class stories (again), Squeezing dough from the Arts Council, Crowdfunding, publishing nine novels in a year, getting picked off the slushpile and life as a book fetishist.…
 
In this episode, Rob speaks to novelist Conrad Williams about Horror, the impending apocalypse, the distinction (or lack thereof) between genre and literary fiction, the Yorkshire Ripper, Conrad's latest novel "Hell is Empty" and, of course, Hull. Trigger warning: Rob does the worst Trump impression known to man.…
 
In part 2 of TEOAT's two part Christmas special, Rob talks to Costa First Novel Award nominee, Kit de Waal about working class stories (a favourite of this podcast), adoption, a fascination with the minutiae of life, the 80s, and of course, her rather incredible novel, My Name is Leon. The conversation took place before her keynote speech for the G…
 
In part 1 of TEOAT's two part Christmas special, Rob talks to Garth Greenwell about Pride, resisting mainstreaming, becoming visible and, of course, writing the "gay book of our times" What Belongs to You. Garth also talks about the purpose of art and literature and Rob tries to keep up. The conversation took place the day after Garth's talk with A…
 
In this episode, Rob talks to lovely purveyor of Savidge Reads and youtube sensation, Simon Savidge about Daphne Du Maurier, Liverpool, northern female writers, the fact that we are bizarro twins and(rather selfishly) podcasting. They also talk about 'merica, Leonard Cohen and Simon recommends a book about the earth slowing down to Rob. Freakishly …
 
In this episode, Rob talks to novelist, essayist, editor and activist, Nikesh Shukla about good immigrants, uncomfortable writing, diversity panels, mentoring yoofs, african barbershops and motherfucking microgressions (Nikesh's words). The interview took place backstage at Gorilla on the night of his show for the Manchester Literature Festival. (S…
 
In this episode, Rob talks to novelist and METALHEAD, Stephen McGeagh, about METAL, the state of Horror writing, having his novel, Habit, made into a film, MORE METAL, MAs in Creative Writing, and beautiful Manchester. In the intro, Rob gets a bit ranty about UK politics... if that is not your bag, skip forward to the interview. It starts at 15:00.…
 
In this episode, Rob takes to the Wildnerness festival to chat with Emma Jane Unsworth about physics, frostbite and murderous cats. Emma also talks about the movie being made from her novel, Animals, and Rob begs to be in it. Emma also reads from her brand new and yet unnamed novel.Di End of All Things podcast
 
In this mini-episode, Rob talks to Kate Feld about the Manchester Literature Festival. In addition to MLFing it out, they talk about Good Immigrants, they try to figure out what "working class" means and of course, chat about the end of the world. Rob has a bit of a sweary whinge (what else is new?) about the Olympics.…
 
In this episode, Rob talks to Jenn Ashworth about her brand new novel, Fell. They talk about Jenn's writing process (or lack thereof), the anxiety of releasing a new, creative work into the world, Mormonism, Stephen King, swearing and goddamned Ovid (again). Fell comes to a bookshop near you on the 14th of July. It's awesome, BUY IT.…
 
In this episode, Rob talks to Amy McCauley and Robert Harper about Lit mags, Oedipus, poetry and using a PhD to make the fat stacks (not really). They also talk about (ahem) Europe and the fear of not being in it. Warning: This one is properly sweary.Di End of All Things podcast
 
In this episode, Rob talks to the winner of the last ever Guardian First Book Award, Andrew McMillan, on "modern male anxieties" as the Guardian puts it, working out in gyms, trying to write like Jon McGregor, Creative Writing MAs (again), Horror as a gateway drug (again), and what it's like growing up Gay in Barnsley. NOTE: This was recorded befor…
 
In this episode, you get two interviews for the price of one. In the first, Rob talks to Steve Dearden, writer, producer and director of The Writing Squad. We talk about Creative Writing MAs, Manchester United, the rise of genre and YA fiction and the best time ever to be a writer(hint:now). In the second, Rob talks to Writing Squad alum Lenni Sand…
 
In this episode, Rob talks to Laura Robertson, editor and founder of The Double Negative magazine. We talk all things Liverpool, writing for magazines, High Art, Marshmallow Laser Feasts, Invisible wind and Futurama along with about 800 million other things. At the end, Rob reads his story, Two Swans.…
 
In this episode, Rob talks to David Hartley and Ben Judge, two seasoned literature performers about the good and bad about performing your work live. Speak Easy, Not the booker and coffee machines. Ben was (sadly) not available for the photo sesh so we did the best we could.Di End of All Things podcast
 
In this podcast, Rob talks to the nicest (and certainly most well turned out) couple in the Manchester Literature scene, David Gaffney and Sarah-Clare Conlon. They discuss Les Malheureux, Clare’s literature night Verbose, David’s latest projects (including a trio of novels… exciting!) and using music and graphic art in your on stage reading. They a…
 
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