The Influx Press Podcast returns for a new series: 'What we talk about'.
Jacques Testard, publisher at Fitzcarraldo Editions and Ellie Steel from Harvill Secker join Gary and Kit to discuss all things translation.
Salena Godden reads her story 'Harpers Daydreams', in one uninterrupted go.
Sundra Lawrence reads her short story 'Retreat' in one take, no edits.
Mary Jean Chan reads from her poetry collection 'Flèche', no breaks or second takes.
Dorothy Koomson reads the opening from her newest novel, 'All My Lies Are True', in one continuous take.
Luan Goldie reads the first chapter to her new novel, 'Homecoming' in one, uninterrupted go. Chapter one is called 'Coffee Shop'.
Kavita Bhanot reads the opening from her novel, 'Baba ji on Boulton Road' in one take.
Eliza Clark talks to Julia Armfield (author of Salt Slow) about her debut novel BOY PARTS, her obsession with extreme cinema, anti-heroines and much more. This audio was taken from an Instagram Live video broadcast of the conversation.
Wayne Holloway talks to Kit Caless about the great Croatian novelist Daša Drndić and her influence on his current work in progress, 'Our Struggle'.