Unprintable: The LitReactor Podcast Episode 29 - Celebrating 10 Years of LitReactor!
Every episode, Unprintable will take a thoughtful look at books, the publishing industry, reading, writing, and more; featuring your host Robb Olson, as well as the know-it-all geekery of LitReactor Class Director Rob Hart and Managing Editor Joshua Chaplinsky.
Episode 29 - Celebrating 10 Years of LitReactor!
This is a special episode of Unprintable.
I know we said that last episode, waaaaay back in April of 2016, before we went on indefinite hiatus, but trust us—this time, we mean it.
The reasons for this are two-fold.
Number one: this is a bit of a rebranding, a reboot if you will. We are relaunching Unprintable with a brand new host: the inimitable Robb Olson, formerly of the very popular podcast, BOOKED.
Number two: the topic of discussion this episode will be none other than the 10th Anniversary of LitReactor! That's right, LitReactor has been around an entire decade, and the three of us dive deep into our once and short-lived rivalry, our hopes and dreams for the podcast future, and our favorite LitReactor memories. You can even expect heartfelt messages from a special guest or five.
As usual, if you've got any questions, comments, criticisms, or suggestions, you can email us at email@example.com.
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- Unprintable: The LitReactor Podcast Episode 15 - The Long Hard Road to Publication (Guest: Todd Robinson)
- Celebrating 10 Years of LitReactor
- LitReactor Remembers Kirk Clawes
- The Top 10 LitReactor Columns of All Time
Your Hosts This Episode:
Robb Olson was one of the creators and hosts of the podcast Booked., a literary podcast of book reviews and author interviews. He was an editor and publisher of The Booked Anthology. He briefly wrote a horror TV column for This Is Horror, and guested on the This is Horror podcast several times, as well as one time on Unprintable - the LitReactor podcast, for which he is now the permanent host.
Rob Hart is the class director at LitReactor. He also wrote The Warehouse, which sold in more than 20 languages and was optioned for film by Ron Howard. Other titles include the Ash McKenna crime series, and Scott Free with James Patterson. His next novel, Paradox Hotel, is due from Ballantine. Find more at www.robwhart.com.
Joshua Chaplinsky is the Managing Editor of LitReactor. He is the author of The Paradox Twins (CLASH Books), the story collection Whispers in the Ear of A Dreaming Ape, and the parody Kanye West—Reanimator. His short fiction has been published by Vice, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Thuglit, Severed Press, Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, Broken River Books, and more. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @jaceycockrobin. More info at joshuachaplinsky.com and unravelingtheparadox.com.
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