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McSweeney's Issue 64 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern): The Audio Issue

McSweeney's Issue 64 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern): The Audio Issue

Boyle, Claire
Eggers, Dave
Reynolds, Jason

Other

Series: McSweeney's Quarterly Concern

Fiction Anthologies

Publisher Price: $32.00

ISBN10: 1952119057
ISBN13: 9781952119057
Publisher: Mcsweeneys
Published: Oct 28 2021
Weight: 2.50
Height: 2.05 Width: 8.66 Depth: 10.79
Language: English
Combining art, fiction, audio, and a slew of unclassifiable print objects in a custom box, McSweeney's 64 is a riotous exploration of audiovisual storytelling, coproduced with Radiotopia from PRX (home to genius, independent audio creators including Song Exploder, Criminal, Ear Hustle, and more). Each piece in the issue establishes its own relationship between audio and print--the contributor's unique experiment in weaving the mediums.

Included are Rion Amilcar Scott with a short fiction piece featuring two alternative audio endings; Pulitzer Prize-nominated composer Kate Soper with a transhumanist, interactive software upload; DeafBlind poet John Lee Clark on the limits of accessibility; Claudia Dey, Jason Reynolds, Renee Gladman, Sharon Mashihi, and more taking us on audio tours of our own homes; Aliya Pabani with a radio drama whose plot is complicated by a 24 x 30 illustrated poster; Ian Chillag with an absurdist, interactive phone tree; James T. Green, Catherine Lacey, and This American Life's Sean Cole with voicemail dispatches to the editor; and so, so much more.

About McSweeney's Quarterly:

Ever changing, each issue of the quarterly is completely redesigned (there have been hardcovers and paperbacks, an issue with two spines, an issue with a magnetic binding, an issue that looked like a bundle of junk mail, and an issue that looked like a sweaty human head), but always brings you the very best in new literary fiction.


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