SR Pod/Vod Series: Author Lee Upton

Lee UptonToday we’re celebrating the launch of Issue 17 with our first Issue 17 Authors Talk. We’re proud to feature Lee Upton as our twenty-sixth series contributor, discussing her story “After the Party.”

It’s a concise and insight-packed podcast covering the dialogue and “language games” of the characters, the subtext of the story’s dialogue, and the composition and revision of the story itself.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel, #213.

You can read Lee’s story in Superstition Review, Issue 17.

More About the Author:
Lee Upton is the author of books of poetry, fiction, essays, and literary criticism. Her most recent books are Bottle the Bottles the Bottles the Bottles from the Cleveland State University Poetry Center (2015), and The Tao of Humiliation: Stories from BOA Editions (2014).

About the Authors Talk series:

For several years, we have featured audio or video of Superstition Review contributors reading their work. We’ve now established a new series of podcasts called Authors Talk. The podcasts in this series take a broader scope and feature SR contributors discussing their own thoughts on writing, the creative process, and anything else they may want to share with listeners.

Cass Murphy

Cass Murphy

Cass Murphy recently graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in English Creative Writing and minors in Applied Biological Sciences, Parks and Protected Area Management, Sustainability, and an Environmental Humanities Certificate. While at ASU, she interned with Superstition Review and began the Authors Talk podcast series as Podcast Blogger. Her passions include oxford commas and birds.
Cass Murphy

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