Bat Segundo recently turned in a couple of excellent literary podcasts. First, there is a conversation with Summer 2006 Litblog Co-Op finalist Michael Martone about experimental fiction, Dan Quayle, how universities affect writers/professors, mythology, and much more.
Second, Bat also posted an interview with David Mitchell, the Booker Prize-nominated author of Cloud Atlas and Black Swan Green. In this chat, the duo discuss the discovery of authorial voice, the correct pronunciation of Nabokov, the difference between US and UK sandwiches, avoiding the pitfalls of commercial writing, The Simpsons, and much more.
Both items are great interviews so check them out today!