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SpeakEasy Radio introduces a new feature, the Fox Den, hosted by Aunty Fox AKA Adele Wearing of Fox Spirit Books, the British Fantasy Society Award-winning small press. Adele chats about what diversity means to... more

Join the SpeakEasy for a live chat following our live tweet-along of The Company of Wolves, the 1984 Neil Jordan film based on Angela Carter's fairy tale reimaginings. The live tweet begins at 8pm in the UK and 3pm Eastern/2pm... more

SpeakEasy host K. A. Laity chats with graphic artist S. L. Johnson, who creates both fine art images including wood and linoleum block prints and graphic design for clients including posters, t-shirts and a wide variety of merchandise. We'll... more

Host K. A. Laity will chat ever so briefly about the relationship between ham and humour and read Graham Wynd's surreal noir story 'Ham on Heels' which was inspired by S. L. Johnson's illustration. Henri Bergson may be mentioned; or... more

K. A. Laity sits down to chat with authors Mollie Cox Bryan and Liz Everly to discuss the state of publishing in two very different genres: mystery and romance. What are the challenges for authors in the world of social media when... more

K. A. Laity chats with the head of Fox Spirit Books, Adele Wearing, who talks about starting her small press, folding in her love of martial arts and how much she loves her readers, writers, artists and staff. Fox Spirit Books include... more

We'll talk about our individual creative passions, our personal backgrounds, and how we fit creativity into our lives. Valerie Polichar is Huge Shark and If This Kate Laity (also Kit Marlowe and Graham Wynd)

The SpeakEasy founder known as Carol Borden chats with K. A Laity about the reasons for starting up this project and about her manifold activities on behalf of the Cultural Gutter, dedicated to disreputable art. On the agenda, art,... more

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