February 3, 2023
Melanie Mitzner, author of the novel Slow Reveal, joins us to discuss building intimacy and trust in relationships and how that mirrors art, as well as capturing the 90s and NYC in her novel. She even reads a powerful 2-minute excerpt. Then Liz Faraim joins us to review Everything Everywhere All at Once!
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Slow Reveal was published by York University’s Inanna Publications in May 2022, a Best of Women’s Fiction Debut 2022 and Fiction Bestseller at Berkeley distributor SPD Books. An excerpt of her novel Too Good To Be True was published in the Harrington Lesbian Quarterly. Her screenplay Zero Gravity was awarded an Edward Albee Fellowship. A finalist in the Writers Guild East Foundation Fellowships for her screenplay Dodge and Burn, her screenplays In The Name of Love and Out to Lunch were finalists in the Houston Film Festival Screenwriting Competition. She received a fellowship from M.E.T. Theater and was awarded fiction grants from Vermont Studio Center and Summer Literary Seminars. As a journalist, she covered the tech industry, television production and visual effects. Her recent work appears in Wine Spectator, Gay and Lesbian Review,Vol1Brooklyn, Bloom and San Francisco Bay Times. Interviews and excerpts are on Open-Book, Rainbow Country radio show syndicated and podcast across Canada, Glad Day Bookshop TV and Hasty Booklist.
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