Episode 41 - Alesha Dawson of Screen Door Review

The heat death swinging is all over and we return! There might be flies on you but there ain't no files that ain't backed up now so we can continue on the road of vantage seeking. My guest this week is a friend and former professor from my days in Montevallo, Alesha Dawson, who has gathered her own forces of words to bring forth the Screen Door Review, a quarterly compendium of Southern queer voices. We speak about medieval literature, the collegiate system, functions of learning, and how words have speakable power. 

Screen Door Review's first issue is online now! 
https://www.screendoorreview.com/  

0.00.00 - The Wanderer - Old English poem
0.06.42 - Opening monologue
0.12.07 - Alesha Dawson interview
1.10.40 - "Virile Corpses and Ridiculous Notions from a Bangkok Floor" (from Songbook Hypnoses)
1.20.26 - Personal Montevallo stories from the road
1.30.29 - "File Caught a Flip" (demo)
1.32.57 - "Ish Kabibble" - Pete Markush, Brent Stauffer, Lee Waites, and JC
1.41.27 - Viewer Mail
1.42.31 - "From a Pig to Mr. Pie" - Joel Nelson, Dylan Burchett

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