Episode 207 – Nerves (with Irenosen Okojie)

“If I’m scared, and if I’m excited then that’s what propels me forward.” Late last year I met up with Irenosen Okojie, author of Speak Gigantular and Butterfly Fish (Jacaranda Books), at the Arcola Theatre. We talked about the research she did for her debut novel, the strangeness of London, and the wealth of prizes…

Gary Budden

Gary Budden is the co-director of Influx Press and editor at Unsung Stories. His work has appeared in Black Static, Structo, Elsewhere, Unthology, The Lonely Crowd, Gorse, Galley Beggar Press and many more. Follow him on Twitter: @gary_budden Gary Budden will appear on Episode 7 of the podcast, available to download and stream on 27th…

Episode 5 – A Moveable Feat (w Zelda Chappel)

The halfway point of the first series of The Paperchain Podcast is here, and it looks like Zelda Chappel. Zelda comes on the show to talk about her poetry collection The Girl in the Dog Tooth Coat, her own organisation Elbow Room, and writing with no filter. She also reads a brand new poem based…

Episode 3 – Tank (w Ella Chappell)

Guys, we made it to the third episode of the podcast! It’s our OK Computer, or our Corrections or something. This episode, award winning poet Ella Chappell (Moonrise) discusses her work, the power of algorithms, Jeff Vandermeer, and finally reads a poem that will make America great again. You can stream the episode below, or…

Episode 1 – In the Beginning (w Dominic Stevenson)

It’s here! The long awaited first episode of The Paperchain Podcast. In this month’s debut episode, Listen Softly London host, Dominic Stevenson comes into the studio to talk Simon Armitage, social media, and poetry. He’ll also be reading a brand new poem inspired by a prompt.

Dominic Stevenson

I am please to announce that the first guest on the podcast will be poet, publisher, and live literature host, Dominic Stevenson. Dominic Stevenson is a writer with his roots in the post-industrial north of England. His aim is to take part in, and positively influence, the global discussions surrounding societal, gender, sexual and educational…