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An Interview with Melanie Finn about The Underneath

With extreme excitement, I'm happy to share the news that next May 2018 we'll release a novel by Melanie Finn called The Underneath, which will be our first hardcover release. Similar to her "brilliant" literary thriller, The Gloaming, which was a New York Times 'Notable Book of 2016,' this new work traverses continents and characters with intelligence, grace, and empathy. Melanie Finn has proven herself to be a writer with incredible narrative instincts and her assured prose moves swiftly in this new literary mystery that I've been describing as a globe-trotting Winter's Bone. Here is an interview with Melanie about the work, its inspiration, the process of writing it, and violence against women in the age of [name redacted].

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 24 August, 2017 0 comments |
Meet Regan Detwiler!

Regan Detwiler has been interning with us since April. She's a total rockstar. This fall, she will be returning to Ann Arbor to complete her Bachelor's Degree at (t)he University of Michigan, but for now, she's here in Columbus kickin' it with the cool kids.

Regan Detwiler | Radio Waves

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 10 July, 2017 0 comments |
Video Interview with J.D. Wilkes

This month sees the release of The Vine That Ate the South, the first novel by visual artist, filmmaker, musician, frontman of the Legendary Shack Shakers, and "one man Southern Renaissance" (according to Jello Biafra), J.D. Wilkes. Here's a video interview we conducted with Wilkes last summer at his home in Western Kentucky, regarding the origins of his novel, writing process, and what he hopes to accomplish with the work.

J.D. Wilkes, author of The Vine That Ate the South (Two Dollar Radio)

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 02 March, 2017 0 comments |
Q+A with Bennett Sims about White Dialogues

We are thrilled to share the news that we will be publishing a new book in September 2017 by Bennett Sims, award-winning author of A Questionable Shape. With all the brilliance, bravado, and wit of his debut, Bennett returns with an equally ambitious and wide-ranging collection of stories, titled White Dialogues.

White Dialogues | Radio Waves

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 19 January, 2017 0 comments |
An Interview with Liv Birdsall, Our New Intern!

Look who just added another real human being to their roster! ;) ;) Liv Birdsall is an English major at Ohio State University. Liv contacted us almost a year ago asking about internship opportunities and her time has finally come to shine. She's already proven herself as a team player by joining the Street Team and hanging out with us at the Columbus Flea and premiere of The Removals. Welcome, Liv!

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Posted by Molly Delaney on 24 May, 2016 0 comments |
An Exit Interview with Malerie Holte!

An exit interview with the newest member of our 'Intern Hall of Fame,' Malerie Holte.

Malerie Holte, member of Two Dollar Radio's 'Intern Hall of Fame,' at the Radio Waves blog

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Posted by Molly Delaney on 19 May, 2016 0 comments |
An Interview with Milly Sanders about The Removals

For The Removals, we were so fortunate with our casting choices. Not only were they brilliant in their respective roles, but they came to work on our essentially no-budget production with open minds, a creative "can-do" mentality, and a willingness to go with the flow. Following is an interview with the terrifically talented Milly Sanders about the production.

An interview with Milly Sanders about The Removals, Radio Waves blog by Two Dollar Radio

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 12 May, 2016 0 comments |
"The Removals comes from a long line of intentionally ambiguous, paranoid thrillers."

Over the past two days, Nicholas Rombes has appeared in conversations at Vol. 1 Brooklyn and 3:AM Magazine with Mark de Silva, author of Square Wave, where he's discussed everything from dubbing over old VHS tapes scored from UHaul outlets, Mussolini's Blackshirts, revolution, and "art as a weapon."

Milly Sanders and Eliza Jane Wood-Obenauf on the set of The Removals (Two Dollar Radio)

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 11 May, 2016 0 comments |
An Interview with Brett Gregory

As we are wont to do, and to prove to all the skeptics out there that we are run by human beings and not automatons, we have an interview for you with our newest employee, Brett Gregory, who has just started working with us in an official capacity. Welcome, Brett!
Brett Gregory, Radio Waves blog by Two Dollar Radio

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 09 May, 2016 0 comments |
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 |

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