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Interview with J.D. Wilkes

Great news! We have signed a new novel called The Vine That Ate the South—by debut novelist J.D. Wilkes, the charismatic frontman of Th' Legendary Shack Shackers, and accomplished harmonica and banjo player, who Jello Biafra calls “the last great Rock and Roll frontman”—a mesmerizing fantasia that incorporates vampire cults, exorcisms, and the Bell Witch of Tennessee, as two friends embark on a surreal, Homeric voyage that strikes at the very heart of American mythology.

J.D. Wilkes, the Vine That Ate the South, Two Dollar Radio

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 25 April, 2016 2 comments |
On the Dial

What we're reading, listening, and watching at Two Dollar Radio Corporate Headquarters this week.

Post-AWP reading, Radio Waves blog by Two Dollar Radio

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 22 April, 2016 0 comments |

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Two Dollar Radio is a family-run outfit founded in 2005 with the mission to reaffirm the cultural and artistic spirit of the publishing industry. We aim to do this by presenting bold works of literary merit, each book, individually and collectively, providing a sonic progression that we believe to be too loud to ignore. Check out the ABOUT US section to read more...

Radio Waves daily blog by Two Dollar Radio indie book publisher

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  • On the Dial | I Am Not Your Negro

    Two weeks ago the Wexner Center for the Arts was the only theater in central Ohio to screen the new James Baldwin documentary, I Am Not Your Negro. The film was scheduled for showings Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. After each... Read more →

  • Excerpt from The Drop Edge of Yonder

    In many ways, Two Dollar Radio launched with the success of Rudolph Wurlitzer's first novel in a quarter-century, The Drop Edge of Yonder, in 2008. After having been out of print for a year+, we couldn't be more excited to... Read more →

  • Design of the Week | Vernon Florida

    Vernon Florida (1981) is a documentary produced and directed by Errol Morris profiling various residents living within the panhandle town of Vernon, FL. It was recently added to Netflix, which is fantastic because I've been meaning to watch for a year, as Eric... Read more →