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Throughout her career and across her many books Jacqueline Rose has been teasing out the political implications of violence, and in particular the way it concerns and interacts with the social constructions of gender. In her latest passionate, polemical work On Violence and On Violence Against Women (Faber) she confronts the issue head on, taking i…
 
Helen Mort and Dan Richards were at the shop to talk about poetry and mountaineering. Mort read from her latest collection from Chatto and Windus, No Map Could Show Them (a Poetry Book Society recommendation), which recounts in Mort’s inimitable style the exploits of pathbreaking female mountaineers. Afterwards she was in conversation with Dan Rich…
 
Chase and Jeremy are joined by ESPN Cleveland's Emmett Golden to talk about this journey into journalism and the Cleveland Browns. The Press Play Podcast Network Follow us on Twitter: @orangeisoranger / @presspalypods For Sponsorship plans and more information, please email: admin@pressplaypodcasts.com To listen to all our shows and learn more abou…
 
Jeremy and Chase are joined by Bri, Brittany Mollis, and Meredith of That's What B Said to give their annual WAY TO EARLY BROWNS SCHEUDLE PREDICTIONS! The Press Play Podcast Network Follow us on Twitter: @orangeisoranger / @presspalypods For Sponsorship plans and more information, please email: admin@pressplaypodcasts.com To listen to all our shows…
 
In Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again (Verso)—spanning science and popular culture; pornography and literature; debates on #MeToo, consent and feminism—Katherine Angel challenges our assumptions about women’s desire. Why, she asks, should they be expected to know their desires? And how do we take sexual violence seriously, when not knowing what we wan…
 
Chris Power’s first novel A Lonely Man (Faber) is a powerful, menacing exploration of the nature of truth, fabrication and identity. ‘If you're a fan of existential crises’ writes Jon McGregor, ‘family dramas, Putin-era paranoias, and Bolaño-style multiplicities, and want to see them woven into one taut novel, you're in the right place.’ Chris Powe…
 
Beginning in San Francisco in 1981, the era of punk and nascent gay pride, Rebecca Solnit’s latest book Recollections of My Non-Existence (Granta) is a powerful memoir of growing both as a woman and an artist, drawing on the powers of literature, activism and solidarity in the face of an apparently unbreachable patriarchy. The struggle to find a vo…
 
Already well-known for her novels – Telex from Cuba, The Flamethrowers, The Mars Room – Rachel Kushner has over the past two decades been writing essays, reviews and reportage as insightful and surprising as her fiction. In The Hard Crowd (Jonathan Cape) she has selected 19 pieces, covering diverse topics: art, literature, music, politics with essa…
 
Dennis Manoloff joins the Orange is Oranger to help Jeremy and Chase preview the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft. The Press Play Podcast Network Follow us on Twitter: @orangeisoranger / @pressplaypods For Sponsorship plans and more information, please email: admin@pressplaypodcasts.com To listen to all our shows and learn more about our network, please vis…
 
Joshua Cohen, one of Granta magazines ‘Best Young American Writers’ for 2017, was at the shop to read from and talk about his latest novel Moving Kings, published by Fitzcarraldo. Described by James Wood in the New Yorker as ‘A Jewish Sopranos… burly with particularities and vibrant with voice… utterly engrossing, full of passionate sympathy’, Movi…
 
From this 2018 event: In Municipal Dreams (Verso), John Boughton charts the often surprising story of council housing in Britain, from the slum clearances of the Victorian age through to the Grenfell Tower disaster. It’s a history packed with incident – with utopians, visionaries and charlatans, with visionary planners and corrupt officials – and B…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Chase talk to former Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson. Hue surprises them both by giving them the scoop on his next coaching venture, we have a candid conversation about the Browns and Hard Knocks, we look at the current Browns roster, and stack Baker Mayfield up against the rest of the NFL. Manscaped www.manscaped.com prom…
 
Holly Pester's debut collection, Comic Timing (Granta), is disorienting, radical and extremely funny; Pester has a background in sound art and performance, having worked with the Womens' Library, the BBC and the Wellcome Collection, and is an unmissable reader of her own work. She read from Comic Timing and was in conversation with Vahni Capildeo, …
 
Having an engineer as a father and an art school education, Paul Spooner became, predictably, a school-teacher, then a lorry driver. A chance meeting with mechanical model-maker Peter Markey in Cornwall led him to discover his true métier – the almost extinct profession of automatist, or maker of automata. Since then he has been relentlessly making…
 
In this episode, Chase and Jeremy are joined by Benjamin Allbright to recap the Free Agency moves around the NFL, touch on Hue Jackson's latest comments, and look ahead to the draft. Sponsors: Manscaped www.manscaped.com promo code: ORANGER The Press Play Podcast Network Follow us on Twitter: @orangeisoranger / @pressplaypods For Sponsorship plans …
 
Brigid Brophy (1929-95) was a fearlessly original novelist, essayist, critic and political campaigner, championing gay marriage, pacifism, vegetarianism and prison reform. Her many acclaimed novels include Hackenfeller’s Ape, The King of a Rainy Country, Flesh, The Finishing Touch, In Transit, and The Snow Ball – which Faber reissued at the end of …
 
In this episode, Chase and Jeremy talk to Browns Senior Reporter Nathan Zegura about the Browns new Free Agency signings, their draft plans, who they may still target in Free Agency, and his favorite moments of last season. The Press Play Podcast Network Follow us on Twitter: @orangeisoranger / @pressplaypods For Sponsorship plans and more informat…
 
In this episode, Chase and Jeremy talk to HOF WR Terrell Owens about his new wine label 81, life after football, his storied career, and this thoughts on the Browns. Terrell Owen's Wine Label - 81 www.81vino.com The Press Play Podcast Network Follow us on Twitter: @orangeisoranger / @pressplaypods For Sponsorship plans and more information, please …
 
André Aciman talked to Brian Dillon about his latest book, Homo Irrealis (Faber and Faber), a collection of essays on subjects as diverse as Freud, W.G.Sebald, the films of Eric Rohmer and the cityscapes of Alexandria and St Petersburg. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In The Lark Ascending (Faber) Richard King, author of Original Rockers and How Soon is Now?, explores how Britain's history and identity have been shaped by the mysterious relationship between music and nature. From the far west of Wales to the Thames Estuary and the Suffolk shoreline, taking in Brian Eno, Kate Bush, Boards of Canada, Dylan Thomas,…
 
Following on from his bestselling and hugely entertaining Germania and Danubia, Simon Winder continues his idiosyncratic journey through Europe’s past with Lotharingia (Picador). Now almost forgotten, Lotharingia arose from the ashes of the Carolingian Empire and stretched from the North Sea coasts of what is now the Netherlands all the way to the …
 
In his book Conversations About Sculpture (Yale) art historian Hal Foster recapitulates the discussions he has had, over a period of two decades, with the legendary minimalist sculptor Richard Serra. Professor Foster, a regular contributor to the London Review of Books, was in discussion about his book, and about Serra's extraordinary work, with Ta…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Chase interview Meghan Donovan, the Assistant Director of Communications at Kent State Athletics. She joins the show to help us recap the Browns season, share with us what is like growing up the daughter of Jim Donovan, and to explore the growth of podcasts in the media industry. Sponsors: Manscaped www.manscaped.com pro…
 
From this 2017 event: Bertolt Brecht, poet, playwright, theatre director and refugee, was a passionate critic of fascism and war. During World War Two, already many years into his exile from Nazi Germany, Brecht started creating what he called ‘photo-epigrams’ to create a singular visual and lyrical attack on war under modern capitalism. As his fam…
 
Jeremy and Chase are joined by Sean Salisbury to talk about Deshaun Watson and Baker Mayfield, the Browns and Chiefs game, and the value of Jarvis Landry. We breakdown the game and pass out some game balls! Presenting Sponsors: Aligned Health Centers http://www.alignedhealthcenters.com www.pressplaypodcasts.com…
 
From this 2017 event, Canadian poet and novelist Anne MIchaels, author of the multi-award winning fiction Fugitive Pieces, 'the most important book I have read for forty years' (John Berger), presents two new titles. Infinite Gradation (House Sparrow Press), her first volume of non-fiction, is an astonishing meditation on the moral, emotional and p…
 
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