Darla and Caitlin discuss the second half, Parts 2 and 3, of Daisy Johnson's novel Sisters: a haunting story about two sisters caught in a powerful emotional web and wrestling to understand where one ends and the other begins. We get to the bottom of our theory about July and September from Part 1, talk more about the house and their mom Sheila, and we have a listener audio at the end - thank you Stefanie for sharing your thoughts with us! Music by Lesfm via Pixabay. Learn more and find out how you can be on the show at donttalktomepod.com.
Our book club conversation on Part 1 of Daisy Johnson's novel Sisters: a haunting story about two sisters caught in a powerful emotional web and wrestling to understand where one ends and the other begins.Darla introduces an intriguing theory that totally changes the way Caitlin sees the story and the relationship between the sisters July and September. We can't wait to hear what you think of this idea! Music by Lesfm via Pixabay.Learn more and find out how you can be on the show at donttalktomepod.com.
Ep 101: Elements 15 - Point. Emma Hislop talks to Pip Adam about Daisy Johnson's short story 'The Hunt'.
Better off Read
In the second episode in the Point season of Elements, I talk to Emma Hislop about point of view and what it is to write it. We use as starting point for this discussion Daisy Johnson's short story 'The Hunt' which is part of 'The Scattering: a story in three parts' and is published in Johnson's amazing collection Fen. Here's a link to more information about Fen Some of the things we talk about are: Here's a link to Emma Hislop's short story 'The Game' Here's a link to Sarah Hall's short story 'Mrs Fox' Here's a link to Karen Russel's short story 'Orange World' Here's a link to Emma's Instagram Here's a link to Emma on Twitter Exercise: Emma's story 'The Game' does an amazing job of limiting what the point of view character knows. Think of an object. Name three facts about this object. Now get three people in the room with this object and give each of them one of the facts about the object but not the other two. Each of them wants the object. Now write the dialogue.
TJ and Daisy Johnson - Kingdom Martial Arts Academy
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Episode 3 : Critique croisée des Inséparables de Simone de Beauvoir et de Sœurs de Daisy Johnson
Dans cet épisode, nous aborderons la sororité adolescente avec deux livres sortis respectivement en octobre 2020 et janvier 2021, Les Inséparables de Simone de Beauvoir et Sœurs de Daisy Johnson. Le premier raconte en autofiction la profonde amitié de la jeune Simone de Beauvoir avec Elizabeth, renommées Sylvie et Andrée, de leur 9 ans à leurs vingt ans. Le second présente l'histoire de deux Juillet et de Septembre de 10 mois son aînée, deux sœurs inséparables, contraintes de quitter leur lycée après un événement mystérieux. Comment rendre compte de toute les subtilités de ces liens, comment faire dialoguer l'amitié et la fascination ? Nous le voyons ensemble dans le troisième épisode de l'Onde Littéraire. Merci de votre écoute, nous vous souhaitons d'excellentes lectures à venir. Ce podcast est enregistré depuis les locaux de l'école de journalisme IICP de Paris et les jingles sont composés par Michel Klingebiel.
This week, I am joined by Jaylen, to discuss the latest novel by Daisy Johnson, Sisters. We discuss what we loved about it, what we didn’t enjoy and everything in between. I hope you enjoy! CONNECT WITH US:Robby (IG: @moby.fict, online: mobyfict.com)Jaylen (IG and YouTube: @thebarandthebookcase) SPONSOR:This episode was sponsored by libro.fm. Listeners of the Moby Fict Podcast can get two audiobooks for the price of one with their first month of membership. Go to libro.fm and enter code MOBY
#8 Spooky Stories with Daisy Johnson and Julia Armfield
The YourShelf Podcast
To support our work and listen to additional content, see here: https://patreon.com/yourshelf and follow us on social media @_yourshelf_. In our latest, eighth episode of The YourShelf Podcast, Spooky Stories, our chief curator Juliano Zaffino (Jay) catches up with writers Daisy Johnson and Julia Armfield to discuss books, horror stories and scary movies, what makes a good spooky story, and their respective short story collections, Fen and Salt Slow. For full show notes, see here: https://podcast.yourshelf.uk/episodes/8. Thanks for listening. LinksPatreonInstagramTwitterPodcastYourShelfEpisode NotesJay asks Daisy and Julia about what their bookshelves look like, whose ghost they want book recommendations from, and which character they'd be in a horror movie. (from 1:31)Daisy discusses her latest novel, the horror novel Sisters, as well as her debut short story collection, Fen. Julia discusses her debut short story collection, Salt Slow. Together they discuss each other's work, bodily horror, dread, and what makes a good story. (from 5:22)Finally, Daisy and Julia discuss what they're working on now, and what they're currently reading. (from 40:15)Jay wraps up with the books and authors that were discussed in the episode: the work of Shirley Jackson, Stephen King's The Shining, Jeanette Winterson's The Daylight Gate, Catriona Ward's The Last House on Needless Street, Carmen Maria Machado, Helen Oyeyomi, Gillian Flynn's Sharp Objects, Jeffrey Eugenides' The Virgin Suicides, HP Lovecraft, a biography of Shirley Jackson, Arthur Machen's The Great God Pan, the short stories of Kelly Link, Susan Hill's The Woman In Black, Ira Levin's Rosemary's Baby, Stephen King's Revival, Jessie Greengrass, and Walter Tevis' The Queen's Gambit. (44:30)Daisy's latest book, Sisters, is out now, as well as her two previous books, Everything Under and Fen. Julia's debut collection of short stories, Salt Slow, is also available now. Their bonus episode together is available on our Patreon page now - Daisy and Julia each read a short passage from their work, and give some horror film recommendations for Halloween.Thanks for listening and tune in again soon for Episode Nine.
Desperate for a fresh start, their mother Sheela moves them across the country to an old family house that has a troubled life of its own. Noises come from behind the walls. Lights flicker of their own accord. Sleep feels impossible, dreams are endless. In their new, unsettling surroundings, July finds that the fierce bond she's always had with September - forged with a blood promise when they were children - is beginning to change in ways she cannot understand. Taut, transfixing and profoundly moving, Sisters explodes with the fury and joy of adolescence. It is a story of sibling love and sibling envy that fans of Shirley Jackson and Stephen King will devour. 'Daisy Johnson is one of the best writers in this country ... an astonishing stylist. Sisters is a thumping good book, haunting, visceral and potent.' Max Porter, author of Grief is the Thing with Feathers 'A blistering read. An exquisitely rendered exploration of sibling love and rivalry that rattles the core.' Irenosen Okojie, author of Nudibranch 'I LOVE THIS BOOK! Explosive, dark, weird and utterly compelling... There are few writers as talented as Daisy Johnson.' Elizabeth Macneal, author of The Doll Factory --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbliving/support
What is it about sisters? Loving, competitive, sometimes incredibly sinister... this month, we're thinking about sisterhood, and all those memorable sisters that fill the pages of literature with their rivalries and alliances, adoration and rebellion. From Little Women to My Sister the Serial Killer, we're getting into why this familial bond is so potent in storytelling. With the days drawing in and Halloween nearly upon us, we're also thinking about how sisters can be uncanny, and we couldn’t have a better author guest to help us explore the spookiness of the sisterly bond: Daisy Johnson, whose new novel, Sisters, is about two girls who are disturbingly close, and what happens when they move with their mother to a crumbling house on the seaside after they cause a terrible incident at their school. We dedicate this show to sisters everywhere - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Recommendations on the theme, Sisters:Octavia: Atonement by Ian McEwan http://www.ianmcewan.com/books/atonement.htmlCarrie: We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/133/133431/we-have-always-lived-in-the-castle/9780141191454.html General Recommendations:Octavia: A Man’s Place by Annie Ernaux https://fitzcarraldoeditions.com/books/a-mans-placeDaisy: Little Eyes by Samanta Schweblin https://oneworld-publications.com/little-eyes.htmlCarrie: The Lost Daughter by Elena Ferrante, translated by Ann Goldstein https://www.europaeditions.com/book/9781933372426/the-lost-daughterEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet us & find us on Instagram: