April 28, 2020
Garrie Fletcher, in the last of this series, talks us through his relationship with Birmingham, how Raven came to be and reads an extract from the story. he also waffles on a bit about other stuff including how he put these podcasts together.
April 20, 2020
Listen to Rob Ganley sketch out his writing career and his relationship with Birmingham before he reads us an excellent extract from his story, Plane Spotting. The penultimate episode in the series.
April 16, 2020
In this episode, Meave Haughey talks a little about the modern/old mess that is Birmingham and how it can be difficult to grasp at times. She, ably assisted by her cat, then gives an excellent reading of her contribution to the collection, The Persistent Archive.
April 13, 2020
Birmingham Seasonal Quartet is an electrifying glimpse into the heart and past of the city while still being firmly rooted in the present but always looking forward.
To read this story in its entirety, and all the stories featured in this podcast, get yourself a copy of the book.
April 9, 2020
Episode three of our series of conversations and readings by contributors to DW Cities Birmingham. Natalie Whaite talks about her background and how running helps generate ideas and in particular the idea for this intriguing story.
April 7, 2020
Birmingham writer Charlie Hill talks us through his creative process and gives us some background into his contribution, Boozing, to the DW Cities Birmingham anthology as well as reading us an extract from it.
April 6, 2020
C.D. Rose, the editor of Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities' Birmingham anthology, reads his introduction to the collection he put together and gives you a taster of what you'll find inside.
Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities Birmingham is available from all good bookshops and even stinky old Amazon.