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Josh Lanyon on Air!


Well, we all knew he was on SOMETHING.

Enywhoooo, Laaluna  laaluna     was kind enough to post in the comments section below:
 
I'm a big fan of Josh's work. A friend offered me the opportunity to present my reading interests during a local literature radio show.

Broadcast date is March 9th 2009, 8 to 9 pm (Berlin time). We will talk about Josh and his work. Josh kindly granted an interview which I translated into German. The talk will be in German too but there are two readings from Fatal Shadows in original language planned. If you are interested, you can listen to the show via livestream:

http://www.bermudafunk.org/stream.html

Hope you enjoy it as much as I had fun to organize this. 
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