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69 minutes | Jun 10, 2015
0205 - A. W. Strouse
This episode is a re-do of a deleted episode, in which we talk about subway people watching TV shows on their phones on the subway, the vague comparisons of Michael Jackson and Mozart's tyrannical fathers, and succumbing to societal pressures when creating art.
64 minutes | May 21, 2015
0204 - Dolan Morgan
This episode explores Dolan and my thoughts on writing for vagueness and whether or not it's okay to write ambiguities into your stories in order to elicit a response or discussion about what you could possibly mean. Not only that, but we talk about small town weirdness and working within the NYC educational world.
58 minutes | May 13, 2015
0203 - Eric Nelson
Follow up to the previous episode, Dalton and Eric Nelson talk about conspiracies, New Jersey and the quick pace at which social issues are changing in America.
65 minutes | Apr 15, 2015
0202 - Mellow Pages #2
Another full cast of poets and fictioneeers showed up for Eric Nelson's book release party, plus a musical guest who you may or may not want to miss.
87 minutes | Apr 1, 2015
0201 - Heidi Lange
Heidi and I talk Arizona, the 2008 Election, Catholicism and acting! all over a beer or three and a little whiskey.
76 minutes | Nov 19, 2014
Ss01 VOLUME16 - Christie Ann Reynolds
Christie Ann Reynolds is a poet, teacher of science on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and the daughter of a mother who inspired — whether she’ll admit it or not — her chapbook ‘Texts From My Mom’. She and Dalton talk about growing up playing in creeks, whether writing down others’ words is actually writing and Jasper annoys the crap out of her.
77 minutes | Nov 12, 2014
S01 VOLUME 15 - Patrick Wensink
Patrick Wensink is a Louisville-based journalist and novelist most known for the most polite cease and desist which he received from Jack Daniels about the cover of his book ‘Broken Piano For President’. See links to his other works on the website.
73 minutes | Oct 1, 2014
S01 VOLUME 14 - Armando Garcia
Dalton and Armando talk about going to a specialty high school dealing with aviation engineering, growing up neon and the world of poetry through the lens of South American heritage and American culture.
69 minutes | Sep 25, 2014
S01 VOLUME 12 - Mellow Pages Reading #1
This episode features a reading at Mellow Pages Library, recorded live on 9/20/14. Mark Cugini of Big Lucks put on this reading as a release party for Christie Ann Reynolds' chapbook "Texts From My Mother". Along with her we hear poems from Sasha Fletcher, Lisa Ciccarello and JoAnna Novak. Please see www.outwardin.org for links to all of the readers and Big Lucks.
64 minutes | Sep 17, 2014
S01 VOLUME 12 - Jacob Perkins
Mellow Pages, Part Deux, y'all! This week's guest is the other co-founder of Mellow Pages Library. We talk about books as the first personal entertainment, big boat (sort of) fishing in Alaska, growing up on the border of Washington and Oregon, and the problems with starting a business of sorts with a close friend.
67 minutes | Sep 10, 2014
S01 VOLUME 11 - James Scott
This one’s a writer’s podcast if there’s ever been one. This week Dalton and novelist James Scott get into the gritty realities of workshops, writing for a living, and just writing in general. They talk about James’ move to Albany as a child and the anxieties of going on a book tour.
88 minutes | Sep 3, 2014
S01 VOLUME 10 - Malik Crumpler
Malik and Dalton hit majorly on rap in this episode, talking about Jay Z, Puffy and their ruination of rap music in popular culture. Not only that but they talk poets, influences and growing up thinking Jimi was white.
61 minutes | Aug 27, 2014
S01 VOLUME 09 - Amos Barshad
Amos is a journalist extraordinaire, covering things from political strife among footballers in Israel to SNL to sports right here in the ole' US of A. Dalton and Amos sit down and talk writing, being the sole carrier of a US passport in your family and prostitution in Brazil.
69 minutes | Aug 20, 2014
S01 VOLUME 08 - Jacinda Townsend
Jacinda Townsend is a professor of creative writing at University of Indiana - Bloomington and a novelist. Her first novel Saint Monkey came out in February 2014, and it's just great. She and Dalton talk about Law School, New York, changing career paths and getting lucky as all get out due to being really good at writing
66 minutes | Aug 13, 2014
S01 VOLUME 07 - Matt Nelson
Matt Nelson's a writer and co-founder of Mellow Pages Library. He emigrated from Seattle to New York to pursue his MFA and afterwards just sort of stayed, as people do. He and Dalton talk writing, his father dealing with the death of his grandfather and running sociological experiments via social media.
58 minutes | Aug 7, 2014
S01 VOLUME 06 - Winnie Cheung
This time around Dalton and Winnie talking Filmmaking, Cult Suicides, growing up with immigrant parents, and the whole NYC childhood thing.
65 minutes | Aug 7, 2014
S01 VOLUME 05 - Andrew Friedman
Dalton and Andrew "DJ Skinny" Friedman talk about EDM, rap music, being younger brothers and the beauty of 90s sitcoms
81 minutes | Aug 7, 2014
S01 VOLUME 04 - Weston Smith
Weston Smith is a poet, co-owner of JerkPoet Press and Editor of JerkPoet Poetry Journal. He and Dalton talk about keeping yourself awake for finals during college, Weston's upbringing going door-to-door asking people if they've heard the good word and the life altering experience that turned him away from that religious upbringing.
60 minutes | Aug 7, 2014
S01 VOLUME 03 - Allen Cordell
This episode features a change in format for Outward/In. This podcast features an conversation with filmmaker and director Allen Cordell. He and Dalton talk about growing up souther, northern and New Yorker, as well as his influences and how he feels about film as a medium.
24 minutes | Aug 7, 2014
S01 VOLUME 02
This episode is a celebration of the 271st birthday of American writer Washington Irving. It contains a reading of his story "The Devil and Tom Walker" read by Allie Hess.
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