Author Sunny Moraine joins Scott to talk about their debut collection Singing with All My Skin and Bone (Undertow Publications) including their first work, “Memento Mori” with editor Michael Kelly for Shadows and Tall Tales #2, their many-dimensional author voice, intimacy with the reader, their trajectory to Weird fiction via nonfiction and role-playing games, a dialogue with Donna Haraway (‘A Cyborg Manifesto’), The Body and Feminism, Heterotopia and Holocaust, struggling with writing spec- and Weird lit in Trump’s America, postmodern theory and an unknowable world, Gibson’s ‘Hinterlands’ and Pohl’s Gateway, the danger of intimacy, a reading of ‘All the Literati Keep An Imaginary Friend’ (00:52:57-0:59:44), a conversation of at least three people, ‘writing that doesn’t disappear’, consensual hallucination, so much passion for William Gibson, Mad Magazine font phobia, her story in Looming Low, forthcoming fiction, her serial horror podcast Gone, and her recommended writers including A.C. Wise, K.M. Szpara, and E. Catherine Tobler.
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