Our guest for the August podcast is the inimitable Ryan O’Neill on what it was like to be Lost in Track Changes, the criticism inherent in remixing, and a suggestion for a new marketing angle for continued cancer research: saving lives and broadening Australian short fiction.
Our thanks to guest artist Musique De La Garde Républicaine de Paris who come to us all the way from 1898 with a beautifully preserved cylinder recording of En Pologne.
Stuff we talk about:
- Lost in Track Changes, obviously
- Emily attempts to recruit Ryan for Open Changes (like he hasn’t done enough)
- Ryan briefly mentions Oulipo and we fail to capitalise on it (maybe next time)
- Ryan’s other remix project The Drover’s Wives
If you haven’t been reading The Drover’s Wives, then get cracking and keep following the updates. It’s essential.