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In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents Laura Theis’s “family talk”, as read by Caz Finnegan.


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Laura Theis’s exophonic work appears in Poetry, Asimov’s, Mslexia, Rattle, and elsewhere. Her Elgin Award-nominated debut, how to extricate yourself, an Oxford Poetry Library Book of the Month, won the Brian Dempsey Memorial Prize. Her follow-up, A Spotter’s Guide to Invisible Things, won the Live Canon Collection Prize and the Society of Authors’ Arthur Welton Award. Other accolades include the Alpine Fellowship, Oxford Brookes Poetry Prize, AM Heath Prize, and Mogford Prize. For more information, see http://lauratheis.weebly.com/publications.html.
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