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N.J. Campbell


ABOUT the author

N.J. Campbell was born in the Midwest. He has won the Little Tokyo Short Story Contest, received accolades from the California State Legislature, and has been anthologized in the collection American Fiction from New Rivers Press. Found Audio is his first novel.
Find out more here: njcampbell.tumblr.com
Twitter: @NJCampbelltweet


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Found Audio front cover by N.J. Campbell Found Audio
"This strange little book, full of momentum, intrigue, and weighty ideas to mull over, is a bona fide literary page-turner."
Publishers Weekly, "Best Summer Books, 2017"


Interviews

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An interview with N.J. Campbell | 9/1/2016
We talk with N.J. about the mysterious origins of what would become Found Audio.

Pank Magazine interviews N.J. Campbell | 8/10/2017
Mandy Shunnarah interviews N.J. Campbell: The Mystery and Mythology of Found Audio.

Electric Lit interviews N.J. Campbell | August 2017
The author talks about his novel Found Audio and the creepy magic of analog objects like cassettes.


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Writer's Bone podcast interview with N.J. Campbell | 7/12/2017
N.J. Campbell, author of Found Audio, talks to Daniel Ford about what inspired his debut novel, being surrounded by writers growing up, what led him to Two Dollar Radio, and the deep, deep, deep philosophical discussions he has with his friends.

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