Frequencies

Frequencies Books too loud to ignore

Welcome to Two Dollar Radio's Frequencies, collections of artful nonfiction essays.
These pretty little volumes are graced with original artwork by John Gagliano.


Radio Waves daily blog by Two Dollar Radio indie book publisher

Latest posts

  • It's all happening in Columbus

    The Columbus Alive has a preview of next Wednesday's premiere of The Removals at the Wexner Center for the Arts, where tickets are on sale now. They interview producer Eric Obenauf and writer/director Nicholas Rombes, who calls the movie "cerebral... Read more →

  • Interview with J.D. Wilkes

    Great news! We have signed a new novel! It is called The Vine That Ate the South and is a mesmerizing fantasia that incorporates vampire cults, exorcisms, and the Bell Witch of Tennessee, as two friends embark on a surreal,... Read more →

  • On the Dial

    The past couple weeks we've spent decompressing from the cyclones that were AWP and then Mission Creek. One featured bumpy plane rides, recycled convention center air, and no sunlight, while the other was late nights, loud bands, and long drives.... Read more →