Isolation Station: A Podcast You Can Read

It's lockdown, they said. Close the bookstore, they said. Were we defeated? 

No way. We started a podcast on 21 March 2020, to do what we do best: chat shit about books… I mean, keep in touch with all the readers and writers in our community.

Since then, in the etherial world of Burley Fisher's Isolation Station we've hung out with storytellers, historians, booksellers, games designers, musicians, zinesters, plague specialists, activists, photographers, sex workers, publishers and poets from around the world. 

Listen to the incredible conversations and readings, and celebrate the generosity of all the people sharing them with us by buying their books – click the episode number to listen in & click the linked titles to order a book!

Episode 1: Emma Glass, Rest and Be Thankful

Episode 2: Preti Taneja, We That Are Young

Episode 3: Caleb Femi, Poor

Episode 4: Will Harris, Rendang; Nisha Ramayya, States of the Body Produced by Love

Episode 5: Ruth Gilligan, The Butchers

Episode 7: Dr Matthew Green, London: A Travel Guide Through Time 

Episode 8: Theodoros Chiotis, ed., Futures: Poetry of the Greek Crisis

Episode 9: Lola Olufemi, Feminism, Interrupted: Disrupting Power

Episode 10: Weird Walk

Episode 14: Jessie Kindig, ed. The Verso Book of Feminism: Revolutionary Words from Four Millennia of Rebellion

Episode 16: Alison Croggon, The Threads of Magic

Episode 18: Amber Dawn and Justin Ducharme, eds. Hustling Verse: An Anthology of Sex Workers' Poetry

Episode 19: Clemens Meyer, Bricks & Mortar, translated by Katy Derbyshire

Episode 20: Eley Williams, The Liar's Dictionary

Episode 22: Vincent Bevins, The Jakarta Method

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