Wet Brain Opioid Special (Part One) w/ Alison Peery, Nan Goldin, Jordan Castro and Hamilton Morris
Mad serious episode of Wet Brain today. World full of pain. Alison Peery, on pill hill, purdue oxy plushies. Nan Goldin on PAIN, action and harm reduction. Jordan Castro on God and recovery. Hamilton Morris on science, china and some other stuff too. <3 feel better, everyone.
*PREVIEW* Important Wet Brain Episode w/ Bella Newman, Jonah (Blackbird Spyplane) and Jordan Castro
for the Full awesome Episode please support us at patreon.com/wetbrain Wet Brain classic episode frr. Bella Newman on her time at boarding school for naughty girls, moth man and the met gala. Jonah of BlackBird SpyPlane cultural appropriation, the great outdoors and gorpcore. Jordan Castro on God, love and the holy nut.
COLLEGE PARK MD — Jordan Castro is the editor of New York Tyrant Magazine and the author of The Novelist, forthcoming from Soft Skull in 2022. We spoke this past Sunday, 13 June 2021, at his spot in Maryland after I drove down from NYC to hang with him a couple days. Jordan and I got especially close over the past couple months after losing our friend, the editor and publisher Gian DiTrapano. Jordan also helped me a lot in the aftermath of the passing my girlfriend, the writer Kyra Baldwin, not long before the passing of Gian this past March.
48: Jordan Castro 2 (today) on The Reflective Age, Indecision, Authority, and Last Week's PETS Pod
COLLEGE PARK–HARLEM — Summer solstice sit down with Jordan Castro, editor of New York Tyrant Magazine and Pets: An Anthology, recently out from Tyrant Books. He is the author of Young Americans (CCM 2013) and if I really wanted to feel happy I’d feel happy already (CCM 2014). Recorded today, reflecting on our convo recorded one week ago on Pets (2020) and The Present [Reflective] Age (1843, Tr. Walter Kaufmann) by Kierkegaard. Last week's stab was solid but had to run it back one time, really rip it. Do yourself a solid a cop PETS, it's a banger. https://store.nytyrant.com/products/petsReally enjoyed listening to this one back. Posting the original ep also, since we reference it, but I recommend listening to this one first. PETS !! – https://store.nytyrant.com/products/petsRead 'Seven Stories' by Jordan Castro: http://muumuuhouse.com/jc.06jan2020.htmlRead referenced dad poem (~1 hr 50 min) from from Young Americans: http://muumuuhouse.com/jc.poetry3.htmlRead the opening 1K-word hitter from my novel FUCCBOI, 'Postmate,' that Castro edited and published this past January: http://magazine.nytyrant.com/postmate-sean-thor-conroe/
47: Jordan Castro 1 (6.14.20) on PETS (2020) and THE PRESENT AGE (1843) by Kierkegaard
COLLEGE PARK–HARLEM — Jordan Castro is the editor of New York Tyrant Magazine and PETS: An Anthology, recently out from Tyrant Books https://store.nytyrant.com/products/pets . I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Writers included are Patty Yumi Cottrell, Tao Lin, Ann Beattie, Sarah Manguso, Scott McClanahan, Kathryn Scanlan, Nicolette Polek, Chelsea Hodson, Blake Butler, Precious Okoyomon, Mark Leidner, Sam Pink, Ryunosuke Akutagawa, David Nutt, Reagan Bird, Michael W. Clune, Christine Schutt and Mallory Whitten. I recommend it for anyone who has or had or wants pets.Cop PETS now !! – https://store.nytyrant.com/products/pets http://1storyhaus.com
With Uli back in Arizona for surgery/rehab for his ACL, the podcast will take a slightly different path for future episodes. Jordan Castro joins me after a hot finish at the Beaver State Fling to discuss his inspiring weight loss journey and how his hard work has given him a high level of discipline that's helped him keep a level head and propel him to the tops of leaderboards on tour.
Jordan Castro is the guest. He is the author of several books, and his latest is a poetry collection called Young Americans, available now from Civil Coping Mechanisms.Ben Brooks, author of Grow Up, says“I read these poems three times in one night, then put the duvet over my head and held my knees for a while. It’s good when something makes sense. I really really liked these poems.”And Chris Killen says“If you are a person who doesn’t really know what they are doing and you would like to read about another person who doesn’t really know what they are doing either, I recommend reading this poetry book. I enjoyed reading these poems. Or something.”Monologue topics: Episode 150, premium bonus content, Megan Boyle, Mira Gonzalez, Sam, Skype, festive moods. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices