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We're just your everyday struggling writers, looking for some heat in a cold world. Join us as we discuss the dark underbelly of the lit life: writing, reading, working, and burning with envy.

Latest Episodes

Episode Twenty Seven

ESomething different this week. No banter, no topic, no intro, no outro, just a brief introduction and the first chapter of Kelly's memoir,Cloudbreak, California. Please note that PRL will take a break after this episode, and we're not sure how long the break will be. It's been a blast so far, and we hope there's something on the other side, but now is a time for contemplation. See you around! And hey, thanks for listening.

32 MIN2017 AUG 2
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Episode Twenty Seven

Episode Twenty Six

EDan and Kelly wrack their memories to find writers famous for either their horribleness or their kindness. Beneath the various stories lurks a question: to what degree to we reward or punish writers based on who they areand not they've written. Do great writers get away with being assholes? Do extra nice people get away with being mediocre writers? Tune in to find out.

48 MIN2017 JUL 26
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Episode Twenty Six

Episode Twenty Five

EKelly enjoys a reunion with his old friend from graduate school, Marc P: poet, fiction writer, teacher, and publisher of his own small press. Dan adds his wit and verve to a lively chat about the state of literary publishing, complete with practical advice on starting your own small press.

53 MIN2017 JUL 20
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Episode Twenty Five

Episode Twenty Four

EDan and Kelly take on a topic that's been dogging graduate students for millenia (a word my mouth-breathing spellchecker doesn't recognize as the plural of "millenium"). Why does it have to be so fricken confusing? Is it all a big scam, or is there something to be gained from making the reader struggle to keep up? As usual, the boys have more questions than answers, but if you pay attention, you just might learn something anyway.

41 MIN2017 JUL 13
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Episode Twenty Four

Episode Twenty Three

EDan and Kelly share experiences with their favoritest and least favoritest "how to" manuals, trying to get at this vital question: can you learn to write by readings books about how to write? An "AJWilson82" inspired episode.

45 MIN2017 JUL 5
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Episode Twenty Three

Episode Twenty Two

EClassic guest Joe Bonomo joins the boys for a live podcast from the ballpark. Heated debate about America's most literary sport ensues, as do hot dogs and beer. Also, raccoons.

38 MIN2017 JUN 28
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Episode Twenty Two

Episode Twenty One

EThe boys talkbook reviews, their own and those of others. Leaning hard onA Reader's Manifesto, by B.R. Myers, they present an unintentional conspiracy, whereby book reviews have become part of the advertising branch of major book publishers--and therefore completely dishonest and useless to readers. Like much in life, it's a damn shame.

46 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Episode Twenty One

Episode Twenty

EDan and Kelly opine on the subject of titles. They offer examples of good ones, bad ones, and ugly ones. If only they had a fistful of dollars every time they had to come up with a title... Tune in to this informative and fascinating discussion.

56 MIN2017 JUN 14
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Episode Twenty

Episode Nineteen

EDan claims that people who read on Kindles don't retain what they've read. Kelly is pretty sure that's wrong, but he can't quite remember where he read it.

33 MIN2017 JUN 7
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Episode Nineteen

Episode Eighteen

EAphorisms abound in this mean episode.

30 MIN2017 MAY 31
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Episode Eighteen

Latest Episodes

Episode Twenty Seven

ESomething different this week. No banter, no topic, no intro, no outro, just a brief introduction and the first chapter of Kelly's memoir,Cloudbreak, California. Please note that PRL will take a break after this episode, and we're not sure how long the break will be. It's been a blast so far, and we hope there's something on the other side, but now is a time for contemplation. See you around! And hey, thanks for listening.

32 MIN2017 AUG 2
Comments
Episode Twenty Seven

Episode Twenty Six

EDan and Kelly wrack their memories to find writers famous for either their horribleness or their kindness. Beneath the various stories lurks a question: to what degree to we reward or punish writers based on who they areand not they've written. Do great writers get away with being assholes? Do extra nice people get away with being mediocre writers? Tune in to find out.

48 MIN2017 JUL 26
Comments
Episode Twenty Six

Episode Twenty Five

EKelly enjoys a reunion with his old friend from graduate school, Marc P: poet, fiction writer, teacher, and publisher of his own small press. Dan adds his wit and verve to a lively chat about the state of literary publishing, complete with practical advice on starting your own small press.

53 MIN2017 JUL 20
Comments
Episode Twenty Five

Episode Twenty Four

EDan and Kelly take on a topic that's been dogging graduate students for millenia (a word my mouth-breathing spellchecker doesn't recognize as the plural of "millenium"). Why does it have to be so fricken confusing? Is it all a big scam, or is there something to be gained from making the reader struggle to keep up? As usual, the boys have more questions than answers, but if you pay attention, you just might learn something anyway.

41 MIN2017 JUL 13
Comments
Episode Twenty Four

Episode Twenty Three

EDan and Kelly share experiences with their favoritest and least favoritest "how to" manuals, trying to get at this vital question: can you learn to write by readings books about how to write? An "AJWilson82" inspired episode.

45 MIN2017 JUL 5
Comments
Episode Twenty Three

Episode Twenty Two

EClassic guest Joe Bonomo joins the boys for a live podcast from the ballpark. Heated debate about America's most literary sport ensues, as do hot dogs and beer. Also, raccoons.

38 MIN2017 JUN 28
Comments
Episode Twenty Two

Episode Twenty One

EThe boys talkbook reviews, their own and those of others. Leaning hard onA Reader's Manifesto, by B.R. Myers, they present an unintentional conspiracy, whereby book reviews have become part of the advertising branch of major book publishers--and therefore completely dishonest and useless to readers. Like much in life, it's a damn shame.

46 MIN2017 JUN 21
Comments
Episode Twenty One

Episode Twenty

EDan and Kelly opine on the subject of titles. They offer examples of good ones, bad ones, and ugly ones. If only they had a fistful of dollars every time they had to come up with a title... Tune in to this informative and fascinating discussion.

56 MIN2017 JUN 14
Comments
Episode Twenty

Episode Nineteen

EDan claims that people who read on Kindles don't retain what they've read. Kelly is pretty sure that's wrong, but he can't quite remember where he read it.

33 MIN2017 JUN 7
Comments
Episode Nineteen

Episode Eighteen

EAphorisms abound in this mean episode.

30 MIN2017 MAY 31
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Episode Eighteen
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