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Tony Venezia talks to novelist China Miéville, Professor Roger Luckhurst, and Dr Laura Salisbury about 'pulp modernism', fantastic fiction, and the Weird.

How to Cite: Venezia, T . (2010) “The Dandelion Podcast: Miéville, the Weird, and Genre”, Dandelion: Postgraduate Arts Journal and Research Network. 1(1). doi: 10.16995/ddl.230

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21 May 2010
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The Dandelion Podcast: Miéville, the Weird, and Genre

Birkbeck postgraduate student Tony Venezia talks to novelist China Miéville, Professor Roger Luckhurst, and Dr Laura Salisbury about the suggestive category of 'pulp modernism', thinking through ways we can think of the fantastic, the weird, and the gothic in literature in terms of the hybridity of genre.

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Presented by Tony Venezia. Produced by Cathryn Setz. With excerpts from Miéville's 'Reports of Certain Events in London' read by James Jones, H. P. Lovecraft's 'The Rats in the Walls' read by William Kherbek, and Arthur Machen's The Great God Pan read by Cathryn Setz. Running time: 35mins.

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