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Literary Roadhouse Coming Soon!

Welcome to the Literary Roadhouse Podcast and reading community. We are a diverse group of readers who know the truth. Literary fiction isn’t boring; it isn’t stuffy either. Literary fiction stands the test of time because it is touches on the deepest parts of what makes us human. Literary fiction is important and fun. It sparks tears, arguments and...

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The Case of the Third Co-host

The Suspect: Gerald Hornsby The Mystery: Will Gerald join Literary Roadhouse as a co-host? Evidence: Shortly after concluding today’s three-way video call with Gerald, Maya and Anais met on a call of their own. They agreed that Gerald will bring great energy to the podcast. “He has a great voice,” they said, “And his interests...

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The Logo Has Landed

This morning my email box buzzed next to my floor and I rolled over with a groan. The minute I tapped the screen, my eyes shot open with excitement. We have a logo and it is a much better than any thing I imagined. For that, I have an entire community to thank. I met our...

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In all seriousness, this is an amazing opportunity

I was friends (in as much as someone who only exists through the portal of a computer can be a friend) with Maya through the Self Publishing Podcast “Fiction Unboxed” Kickstarter campaign last year. Several of us followers of the project got together in a Hangout of our own, chatting about the project, the ideas,...

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Why I Started Literary Roadhouse

I wasn’t a short story reader. During high school I was busy being seduced by poetry and classic novels. The first time I remember reading a short story was for an assignment for a class at the local community college. We were reading Raymond Carver’s Where I’m Calling From. As a high school student with...

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Why I Need An Online Reading Group

Do you read what I read? Maybe. Probably. I don’t read obscurely. Let me prove it. The last five fiction books I have read are The Dispossessed by Ursula K. LeGuin, War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells, 2BR02B by Kurt Vonnegut, The Green Mile by Stephen King, and World War Z by Max...

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