In the second episode of the MIR Podcast, MIR 15 editor Amy St Johnston talks to author Lou Kramskoy about her short story “The Front Line.” They discuss ways of writing anxiety, the struggle of choosing a good title, and the importance of reading your work aloud. Lou also gives us her short story recommendation.

Show Notes:

An Abduction by Tessa Hadley 

A Dream of Men by Mary Gaitskill

The End of Firpo in the World by George Saunders

MIR15 Anthology

Submissions for MIR16

This podcast was produced and edited by Peter J Coles and Lauren Miller.

 

 

 


 

image001-2Lou Kramskoy is a London-based animation screenwriter. She is a 2018 graduate of the MA Creative Writing at Birkbeck where she was joint recipient of the Birkbeck/ Sophie Warne Fellowship and also the winner of the MA Birkbeck Creative Writing Award for her dissertation. Her story “Glassblower’s Lung” won the 2018 Aesthetica Creative Writing Award. She has also been longlisted for the London Short Story, the Bristol Short Story and Mslexia Short Story prizes. Lou is working towards completing her first novel alongside a collection of short stories.
Twitter @LouKramskoy

 

img_0016Amy St Johnston has an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck. She works as a Managing Editor for a children’s publisher and a reader for a literary agency. Follow her on twitter @amystjohnston
December 5, 2018
louandamy640480

Podcast: Lou Kramskoy discusses her MIR15 story

In the second episode of the MIR Podcast, MIR 15 editor Amy St Johnston talks to author Lou Kramskoy about her short story “The Front Line.” They discuss ways of writing anxiety, the struggle of choosing a good title, and the importance of reading your work aloud. Lou also gives us her short […]
November 9, 2018
admin-ajax

Podcast: Arhondia discusses her MIR15 story

In the first episode of the MIR Podcast, MIR 15 editor Lauren Miller talks to author Arhondia about her short story “Tom Corridan.” They discuss the influence of music on her writing, the power of drawing on real experience in prose, and how to develop convincing dialogue. Arhondia also gives her short story recommendation. […]