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211: Interview with Jennifer Baker

We interview Jennifer Baker, author of Expiration Date, and editor for Electric Literature, as as well as creator of the Minorities in Publishing Podcast.

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nLearn what editors hate to see, how to write stories with characters outside of your community with love and respect, as well as what it’s like to own a podcast.

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nYou can visit Jennifer at jenniferbaker.com, or on twitter as @jbakernyc. Check out Electric Literature and her Minorities in Publishing Podcast. You can read more of her work in Best American Essays 2018 and Everyday People: The Color of Life.

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210: Expiration Date by Jennifer Baker

This week, we bring you a post-apocalyptic story that makes us question who’s really turning into a monster. Our author is Jennifer Baker, a long-time publishing professional, and the creator and host of the Minorities in Publishing podcast, as well as contributing editor to Electric Literature. 

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Story transcript available here

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Narrated by Tonia Thompson. Audio production by Jen Zink

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209: The Scars of Eliza Gray by Evan Davis

What happens when a haunted house isn’t just a house after all?

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Also, learn what really creeps out author Evan Davis and host Tonia Thompson.

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208: Double Episode! D is for Dancing + Roadside Assistance

In D is for Dancing, by Rickey Rivers Jr, we take advantage of a chill on a hot summer day.

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In Roadside Assistance by Kristopher Brown, we learn why it’s not always safe to drive in the dark, and why we should always listen to our mothers.

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207: In the Beginning by Tyhitia Green

This week, we have a great story about a strained relationship, with a twist. What would it take to make you abandon your partner? What would you do for them? How much pain would you endure? This story asks that and more.

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Tyhitia writes horror, fantasy, and science fiction, and sometimes dabbles in other genres. She began writing poetry as a child and ventured into fiction years later. She enjoys writing both novels and short stories, and her work has appeared in Necrotic Tissue, Lightspeed, and Nightmare magazines.

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