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Podcast of the online literary journal Two Cities Review. We read and discuss the best fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from our magazine and discuss literary life in our digital age.

Latest Episodes

72: The Sendoff Episode!

It’s our last episode for now, listeners! We’re sorry to be winding down the podcast for the immediate future, but there will still be plenty of great content to enjoy on this podcast, including author readings from our issues and …

15 MINJUL 30
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72: The Sendoff Episode!

71: Historical Fiction, A Note to Hemingway’s Women

Welcome back to the podcast, listeners! After a break, we have another great reading for you from the March issue. Two Cities author Twila Newey reads her piece, “A Note to Hemingway’s Women”, full of anger, warning, and a feminist …

15 MINJUL 17
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71: Historical Fiction, A Note to Hemingway’s Women

70: The Queen of Moloka’i, the March Issue

The new spring issue is here, listeners! And it’s full of absolutely incredible writing. In this episode of the podcast, we hear author Kirby Wright read from his work, “The Queen of Moloka’i”. We discuss the influence of history in …

34 MINMAR 6
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70: The Queen of Moloka’i, the March Issue

Tree, a Triptych

This week we hear Brooke Larson discuss her visually arresting, poetic three-part poem “Tree, a Triptych.” And we talk about the books we’re reading and loving lately with a sports theme, including CONCUSSION byJeanne Marie Laskas and ALL THE …

33 MINFEB 19
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Tree, a Triptych

68: Interview with Caroline Johnson

This week we’re in conversation with poet Caroline Johnson, whose searing, tender collection THE CAREGIVER follows her own struggle to care for her parents over many years. We discuss the difficult issues of end-of-life care, parent-child relationships, and her choices …

24 MINFEB 2
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68: Interview with Caroline Johnson

67: Pushcart Prize Nominations!

It’s time for one of our favorite episodes of the year, listeners — the Pushcart Prize Nominations! We choose outstanding works from the magazine to be nominated for the prize, and return to discuss what made these pieces special. Thanks …

27 MINFEB 2
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67: Pushcart Prize Nominations!

66: The Poetry Episode

In Episode 66 of Two Cities Review, we’re excited to be previewing our latest issue, which is highlighting poetry in all its varied and wonderful beauty. We hear from Two Cities author Alejandro Juárez Crawford as he performs the audio …

25 MINFEB 2
Comments
66: The Poetry Episode

65: The Midwest Episode, Your NaNoWriMo Guide

In Episode 65, Olivia Tandon and I are tackling the complex, haunting stories of the Rust Belt and the American Midwest. We discuss our current reads, Stephen Markley’s OHIO and Celeste Ng’s LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE. And we’re talking about National …

25 MINFEB 2
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65: The Midwest Episode, Your NaNoWriMo Guide

64: The Halloween Episode! Dr. Marsh’s Final House Call

Happy Halloween, listeners! Olivia Tandon and I have saved one of our favorite pieces from the latest FEAR issue of Two Cities Review to read and discuss today. Philip Ivory reads his classic spine-tingling ghost story “Dr. Marsh’s Final House …

23 MINFEB 1
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64: The Halloween Episode! Dr. Marsh’s Final House Call

63: The Devoted, by Blair Hurley

This week’s episode is a really special one, listeners. This time, we’re in conversation with each other, and we’re talking about the launch of Blair’s debut novel, THE DEVOTED. Listen as we dive deep into the novel’s journey from very …

30 MINFEB 1
Comments
63: The Devoted, by Blair Hurley
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Latest Episodes

72: The Sendoff Episode!

It’s our last episode for now, listeners! We’re sorry to be winding down the podcast for the immediate future, but there will still be plenty of great content to enjoy on this podcast, including author readings from our issues and …

15 MINJUL 30
Comments
72: The Sendoff Episode!

71: Historical Fiction, A Note to Hemingway’s Women

Welcome back to the podcast, listeners! After a break, we have another great reading for you from the March issue. Two Cities author Twila Newey reads her piece, “A Note to Hemingway’s Women”, full of anger, warning, and a feminist …

15 MINJUL 17
Comments
71: Historical Fiction, A Note to Hemingway’s Women

70: The Queen of Moloka’i, the March Issue

The new spring issue is here, listeners! And it’s full of absolutely incredible writing. In this episode of the podcast, we hear author Kirby Wright read from his work, “The Queen of Moloka’i”. We discuss the influence of history in …

34 MINMAR 6
Comments
70: The Queen of Moloka’i, the March Issue

Tree, a Triptych

This week we hear Brooke Larson discuss her visually arresting, poetic three-part poem “Tree, a Triptych.” And we talk about the books we’re reading and loving lately with a sports theme, including CONCUSSION byJeanne Marie Laskas and ALL THE …

33 MINFEB 19
Comments
Tree, a Triptych

68: Interview with Caroline Johnson

This week we’re in conversation with poet Caroline Johnson, whose searing, tender collection THE CAREGIVER follows her own struggle to care for her parents over many years. We discuss the difficult issues of end-of-life care, parent-child relationships, and her choices …

24 MINFEB 2
Comments
68: Interview with Caroline Johnson

67: Pushcart Prize Nominations!

It’s time for one of our favorite episodes of the year, listeners — the Pushcart Prize Nominations! We choose outstanding works from the magazine to be nominated for the prize, and return to discuss what made these pieces special. Thanks …

27 MINFEB 2
Comments
67: Pushcart Prize Nominations!

66: The Poetry Episode

In Episode 66 of Two Cities Review, we’re excited to be previewing our latest issue, which is highlighting poetry in all its varied and wonderful beauty. We hear from Two Cities author Alejandro Juárez Crawford as he performs the audio …

25 MINFEB 2
Comments
66: The Poetry Episode

65: The Midwest Episode, Your NaNoWriMo Guide

In Episode 65, Olivia Tandon and I are tackling the complex, haunting stories of the Rust Belt and the American Midwest. We discuss our current reads, Stephen Markley’s OHIO and Celeste Ng’s LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE. And we’re talking about National …

25 MINFEB 2
Comments
65: The Midwest Episode, Your NaNoWriMo Guide

64: The Halloween Episode! Dr. Marsh’s Final House Call

Happy Halloween, listeners! Olivia Tandon and I have saved one of our favorite pieces from the latest FEAR issue of Two Cities Review to read and discuss today. Philip Ivory reads his classic spine-tingling ghost story “Dr. Marsh’s Final House …

23 MINFEB 1
Comments
64: The Halloween Episode! Dr. Marsh’s Final House Call

63: The Devoted, by Blair Hurley

This week’s episode is a really special one, listeners. This time, we’re in conversation with each other, and we’re talking about the launch of Blair’s debut novel, THE DEVOTED. Listen as we dive deep into the novel’s journey from very …

30 MINFEB 1
Comments
63: The Devoted, by Blair Hurley
the END