Galactic Chat 28 - Jason Nahrung

In this episode we Skype in Jason Nahrung, a man who has been called one of the nicest people in the Australian speculative fiction scene, while writing some of its most disturbing fiction.


A penetrating cross-examination ensues on topics far and wide, including his award winning novella Salvage, his award nominated novel Blood and Dust, what it takes to write on the Melbourne public transport network, whether the modern vampire can be re-fanged, the impact of journalistic skills on self editing and what listeners should read if they want to dip their toe in the horror wading pool.


All this plus the answer to a question that has haunted your interviewer for years - what exactly is a 'gothic sensibility'?


Jason also does a reading from his latest novel Blood and Dust, where listeners will learn slightly too much about how vampire lovin' and vegemite can go together.


Jason's excellent website, www.jasonnahrung.com, is mentioned at the end of the podcast.


Blood and Dust can be found at the Xoum website Blood and Dust


Salvage can be found at the Twelfth Planet Press website 


Author Website: http://www.jasonnahrung.com

Author Twitter: @JNahrung



Credits


Interviewer: Mark Webb

Guest: Jason Nahrung

Music & Intro: Tansy Rayner Roberts

Post-production: Sean Wright


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