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Updated August 2020
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Storyological is a podcast in love with stories. Every episode, writers E.G. Cosh and Chris Kammerud choose a pair of short stories and discuss something of how they work and why they matter and what they might teach us about life, the universe, and everything.
 
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In which we discuss, 1. "Sweet on the Tongue" by Roxane Gay, Ayiti, 2017 (read online in LitHub) 2. "Parakeets" by Kevin Brockemeier, View from the Seventh Layer (read online in Granta) Along with, among other things... That one book, Grief Works by Julia Samuel That one film, Take This Waltz And that other film, The Abyss Also, Safety Not Guarante…
 
In which we discuss Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang along with among other things: Pauline Kael and her book, Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang Lethal Weapon series Breaking the Fourth Wall and the French New Wave by Tiffany Chan That one comedy starring Val Kilmer from before, Top Secret! (trailer) Hot Shots, Part Deux! The sad sack hero. For example. Arthur Dent. Br…
 
In which we discuss the classic holiday film, In Bruges, along with among other things The Belcourt Cinema in Nashville Pride and Prejudice and Assassins (a not real thing unfortunately) The entirely arbitrary but important seeming distinction between cruelty and meanness Titles beginning with prepositions The planes of Star Wars That one episode o…
 
In which we discuss, among other things, such things as these Episodes of Storyological Past Storyological 3.01 - Lick It Justin Bieber, in which we talked about “Report on the Thing” by Clarice Lispector and “Cat Person” by Kristen Roupenian Storyological 3.11 - The Triumph of Uncertainty, in which we discussed the book Mixed-race Superman by Will…
 
In which we discuss, 1. "When We Were Happy We Had Other Names" by Yiyun Li, New Yorker, 2018. 2. "Don't Look Now" by Daphne du Maurier, Not After Midnight, 1971. along with, among other things... Gandalf's magical walking stick, a reddit discussion Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz discussing British slang, Youtube That one episode of Storyological wher…
 
In which we discuss, Mixed-Race Superman by Will Harris, Peninsula Press, 2018. along with, among other things... Inception, that one film by the super dreamy Christopher Nolan The notion of the bildunsgroman Crash Course: Literature The Photographer's Gallery What it means to be British according to Emma's mum Superheroes and how knowing yourself …
 
In which we discuss, 1. “Dusk Before the Fireworks" by Dorothy Parker 2. "Big Blonde" by Dorothy Parker (read online) along with, among other things... Shelf Heroes: Volume H, an issue of that indie film magazine in which E.G. and Chris both appear. Commercials for country time lemonade An overabundance of perspective Mike Birbiglia The quotable Do…
 
In which, along with a new intro discussion, we pull from our archives discussions of, 1. "Directions" by Judy Budnitz, Flying Leap (read online in strange horizons) 2. "Fisherman" by Nalo Hopkinson, Skin Folk (read online in strange horizons) along with, among other things Aimee Bender That one story by Aimee Bender with a family in a house and we…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “Gerd, the Girl with Too Many Arms” by Zachary Doss, Paper Darts, 2016 (read online). 2. “The Thankless Child” by Daniel Mallory Ortberg, The Merry Spinster: Tales of Everyday Horror, 2018. along with, among other things… The stories of Aimee Bender Dolly Parton and her “Coat of Many Colors” (video) Star wars, myth, and fair…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “Vox Clamantis in Deserto” by Curtis Sittenfeld, You Think It, I’ll Say It, Random House, 2018. 2. “The Empty, The Empty, The Empty” by Jenny Zhang, Diagram, Vol. 9.4, 2009. (read online) along with, among other things… Yuja Wang. Because we got to see her perform at the Barbican. The essay David Foster Wallace wrote about R…
 
illustration by @egcosh In which we chat with writer Alyssa Wong about, among other things… Sex Guilt Fear Confidence Bible Monsters Junji Ito Growing up in the desert Seeing beauty in what others call ugly The many tiers of horror If you enjoy reading interviews more than listening to them, you can click here and read a footnoted version of the in…
 
In which we discuss 1. "Demon in Aisle 6" by Matthew Kressel, Nightmare Magazine 2. "Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers" by Alyssa Wong, Nightmare Magazine Along with, among other things... Eternal recurrence What, if some day or night a demon were to steal after you into your loneliest loneliness and say to you: "This life as you now live it and…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “The Dancing Master” by Alexandra Kleeman. Intimations, 2016. (read online) 2. “Last” by Ali Smith, Public Library, 2015.(read online) along with, among other things… That one film Amelie That one Richard Ford quote from his interview with the Paris Review in which he talks about characters not having character I certainly t…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Welcome to the Monkey House, 1961. (read online) 2. “The Darkness Box” by Ursula K. Le Guin, The Wind’s Twelve Quarters, 1975. along with, among other things… Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. NPR, on the day of his death, in April 2007. John Green talking about Slaughterhouse Five for Crash Course…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “A Strange Tale from Down by the River” Banana Yoshimoto (translated by Ann Sharif), Lizard, 1995. (read online here @electriclit) View fullsize source: https://giphy.com/byame 2. “Darla!” Jillian Tamaki, Boundless, 2017. (read online @hazlitt) along with, among other things… Banana Yoshimo An interview with Banana Yoshimoto…
 
illustration by @egcosh In which we chat with writer Sofia Samatar about, among other things… Jazz Identity Belonging Enid Blyton’s Noddy books Getting lost in life and stories What it means to have a voice How we might use language to remember, and build, home. If you enjoy reading interviews more than listening to them, you can click here and rea…
 
In which we discuss, 1. Dance Card by Roberto Bolaño, Last Evenings on Earth. 2. A Kiss with Teeth by Max Gladstone, Tor, 2014. along with, among other things… Roberto Bolano Some reviews of 2666 & Savage Detectives A User’s Guide to Bolano, from The New Yorker Max Gladstone “4 Reasons to Read Max Gladstone’s Craft Sequence.” Reviewed by Amal El-Mo…
 
In which we discuss, 1. The Woman Who Lived in a Restaurant by Leone Ross, Barcelona Review. 2. The Daughters of the Late Colonel by Katherine Mansfield, 1920. (pdf) along with, among other things… Katherine Mansfield Katherine Mansfield Society An introduction to Katherine Mansfield’s short stories Leone Ross Guardian review of her first story col…
 
In which we discuss, 1. Report on the Thing by Clarice Lispector, Vice, June 2015. 2. Cat Person by Kristen Roupenian, New Yorker, December 2017. along with, among other things… Clarice Lispector “The True Glamour of Clarice Lispector” by Benjamin Moser, The New Yorker “Not the Word, but the Thing Itself”, a profile in The Nation by Ava Kofman Kris…
 
In which we discuss that one film GROUNDHOG DAY, along with, among other things... Some Other Type Groundhog Day Stuff Ebert’s review. Here’s a quote. Groundhog Day is a film that finds its note and purpose so precisely that its genius may not be immediately noticeable. It unfolds so inevitably, is so entertaining, so apparently effortless, that yo…
 
In which we discuss that one film HOME ALONE, along with, among other things... Home Alone Ebert’s review Interview with Christopher Columbus Some things compiled by Mental Floss which you may or may not know about Home Alone Other Stuff of a Somewhat Related Nature A marathon of The Lord of the Rings This one Vox video about Natalie Kalmus, The Wi…
 
Ephemera Jonathan Safran Foer and the two kinds of despair artists face Stranger Things 2 Goonies British Library That one interview with the former Vogue editor Episodes of our podcast Storyological Pocket Interview No. 5 - Joseph Allen Hill 2.02 - On Masks, Meteors, and Privilege “The Venus Effect” by Joseph Allen Hill “Where We Must Be” by Laura…
 
In which we discuss, 1. A City Inside by Tillie Walden, Avery Hill Publishing, 2016. from tillie walden's a city inside. 2. The Transplant by Viet Thanh Nguyen, The Refugees, 2017. along with, among other things… Tillie Walden An interview with The Austin Chronicle You can read her amazing webcomic, On a Sunbeam in its entirety here. A review of A …
 
Illustration by @egcosh In which we chat with writer Joseph Allen Hill about, among other things… Sailor Moon Ninja Turtles Intertextuality Metafiction The one power all superheroes share The hope and purpose of art. Flash Gordon and the theme song for the television show Frasier. If you enjoy reading interviews more than listening to them, you can…
 
1. Sleep it Off Lady by Jean Rhys, Sleep it Off Lady, 1976. 2. Agata’s Machine by Camilla Grudova, The White Review, June 2015. Along with, among other things... Jean Rhys Her interview with The Paris Review “A brief survey of the short story: Jean Rhys” by Chris Power, Guardian. A review of her book Wide Sargasso Sea, a sort of prelude to Jane Eyr…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “The Venus Effect” by Violet Allen, Lightspeed. source: /u/Peter_Mansbrick Listen to an audio version of this story, narrated by Stefan Rudnicki, in a delicious podcast here (mp3). 2. “Where We Must Be” by Laura van den Berg, Indiana Review / Electric Literature / The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2008. Along with, among…
 
Illustration by @egcosh In which we chat with writer Carmen Maria Machado about various things, such as… Sex Gender Television Anxiety The revelations of Kate Winslet’s body Queerness Children of Men Law & Order: SVU And the power of imagining that there are, and have always been, other ways of being If you enjoy reading interviews more than listen…
 
In which we discuss, 1. Pop Art by Joe Hill, 20th Century Ghosts, 2005. Tomas Brunsdon 2. Walkdog by Sofia Samatar, Kaleidoscope: Diverse YA Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories, 2014. Along with, among other things... Joe Hill On the twitter, @joe_hill. Pop Art, a (short) film adaptation. Sofia Samatar A review of Tender: Stories by Sofia Samatar (…
 
In which we discuss, 1. "The Dead Father Cookbook" by Ashley Blooms, Strange Horizons, July, 2017. 2. Selections from The Teeth of the Comb & Other Stories by Osama Alomar, April, 2017. Along with, among other things... Ashley Blooms Read her story “Fallow” in Shimmer Osama Alomar Read “The Beautiful Face”; “The Dog and the Nation”; “Freedom of Exp…
 
illustration by @egcosh In which we chat with writer Amal El-Mohtar about various things, such as… Moons Musicals Orchards Friendship Star Trek: The Next Generation Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles C.S.E. Cooney The wonderful wobbliness of time and space The little bits of magic you find as you travel along the way, there and back again. If you enjoy r…
 
In which we discuss, 1. Selections from Super Mutant Magic Academy by Jillian Tamaki, 2015. 2. “My Friend Janna” by Emily Carroll, Through the Woods, 2014. along with, among other things... Jillian Tamaki This One Summer “An Interview with Jillian Tamaki” by Rachel Davies in Rookie Mag Emily Carroll Neko Case’s “Wild Creatures” illustrated Emily Ca…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “The Sweet Sop” by Ingrid Persaud, Granta, 2017. 2. “Swimmer Among the Stars” by Kanishk Tharoor, Swimmer Among the Stars, 2017. Along with, among other things... Ingrid Persaud “T&T’s author Ingrid Persaud wins the 2017 Commonwealth Short Story Prize”, Daily Express, 2017. Commonwealthwriters.org Kanishk Tharoor “Elephants …
 
@eGcosh In which we chat with Sam J. Miller, author of the new novel The Art of Starving, about various things, such as… Desire Shame Hope Bullies RuPaul The Talented Mr. Ripley James Baldwin Grief Sense8 vs. Game of Thrones Understanding monsters The dubious magic of violence How to keep going in this life that sometimes just fucking sucks If you …
 
In which we discuss, 1. “Whatever Happened to Interracial Love” by Kathleen Collins, Whatever Happened to Interracial Love, 2017. 2. "The Embassy of Cambodia” by Zadie Smith, The New Yorker, 2013. Along with, among other things... Kathleen Collins Kathleen Collins’ story, “Interiors” in A Public Space. Alexandra Alter on how “Kathleen Collins’s Sho…
 
In which we discuss, 1. ”Created He Them" by Alice Eleanor Jones, Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the 20th Century, ed. Justine Larbalestier. (orig. F&SF June, 1955). https://giphy.com/gifs/womenshistorymonth-xUA7b2ZsWYo4QiScg0 2. ”The Last Refuge” by Eduardo Goligorsky, Cosmos Latinos, ed. Andrea Bell and Yolanda Molina Gavilán, 20…
 
In which we discuss, 1. ”An Account of the Decline of the Great Auk According to One Who Saw It” by Jessie Greengrass, 2015. 2. ”Sonny’s Blues” by James Baldwin, Going to Meet the Man, 1965. along with, among other things... Jessie Greengrass A review of An Account Of The Decline Of The Great Auk, According To One Who Saw It, Rachel Hore, The Indep…
 
In which we discuss, 1. "The Debutante" by Leonora Carrington, anthologized in What Did Miss Darrington See, (originally published in 1936). 2. "An Unborn Visitant" by Vita Sackville-West, anthologized in What Did Miss Darrington See, (originally published in 1932). Along with, among other things... Leonora Carrington Nazis, nannies, and hair omele…
 
In which we discuss, 1. "He—y Come On Out!" by Shinichi Hoshi, The Best Japanese Science Fiction Stories, 1989. (orig. F&SF, 1978). 2. "Bring Your Own Spoon" by Saad Hossain, The Djinn Falls in Love, and Other Stories, 2017. along with, among other things... Shinichi Hoshi The Hoshi Library The Best Japanese Science Fiction Stories Obituary in The …
 
In which we chat with Adam Ehrlich Sachs about various things, such as... Vladimir Nabokov Cats The Simpsons Monty Python Gertrude Stein Fathers Shadows Flying contraptions Thomas Bernhard Derek Parfit Ludwig Wittgenstein The poignancy of precision. Also. Be sure to check out the illustrated and footnoted version of this interview. Illustrations by…
 
In which we discuss, 1. The Undignified Melodrama of the Bone Contention by Dorothy Sayers, The Complete Lord Peter Wimsey Stories, 1928. 2. Franny by J.D. Salinger, The New Yorker, 1955. along with, among other things... Dorothy Sayers Why I Love Dorothy Sayers Some Notes from the Guardian J.D. Salinger How J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye”…
 
In which we discuss, 1. "Starver" by Daisy Johnson, Fen. 2. "Trauma Plate" by Adam Johnson, Barcelona Review. along with, among other things... Daisy Johnson Review of Fen Seeking ‘intense strangeness in a world that feels like ours,’ profile in the Guardian. Adam Johnson Orphan Master’s Son The Half-Seen Thing: An Interview with Adam Johnson in Ti…
 
In which we discuss, 1. "The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees" by E. Lily Yu, Clarkesworld, 2011. 2. "The Janitor in Space" by Amber Sparks, American Short Fiction, 2014. along with, among other things... E. Lily Yu That one story “The Wretched and the Beautiful” by E. Lily Yu in Motherboard. That one Locus Magazine spotlight on E. Lily Yu…
 
In which we discuss 1. Love by Yuri Olesha, Worlds Apart: An Anthology of Russian Fantasy and Science Fiction 2. The Boy Who Never Cried for Me by Juliana Delgado Lopera, Midnight Breakfast along with, among other things... Yuri Olesha An entry on Yury Olesha in the Encyclopaedia Britannica No Day Without a Line: From Notebooks by Yury Olesha Julia…
 
1. “When It Changed” by Joanna Russ. Again, Dangerous Visions. 1972. (pdf) 2. “Fairy Tale” by Alexandra Kleeman. Paris Review. Winter 2010. along with, among other things... Joanna Russ An appreciation by Kameron Hurley Profile in The Independent Obituary, in The Guardian Alexandra Kleeman Phenom. Reviews of her debut novel, You Too Can Have a Body…
 
In which we discuss, 1. “The Venus Effect” by Violet Allen, Lightspeed. source: /u/Peter_Mansbrick Listen to an audio version of the story, narrated by Stefan Rudnicki, in a delicious podcast here (=>mp3). 2. “Where We Must Be” by Laura van den Berg, Indiana Review along with, among other things... Fate Duck Amok Shakespeare Riding the Meta That’s …
 
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