Eye 94

Hosted ByJeremy Kitchen, Michael Sack & Jamie Trecker

Eye 94 is Lumpen Radio's books and literature program, airing every Sunday at 11 am CT. Hosted by Jeremy Kitchen, Michael Sack and Jamie Trecker, Eye 94 takes a Chicago-centric look at literature, with weekly interviews, reviews and readings. Music by Jaimie Branch; incidental music from the International Anthem Recording Company archive, both used with kind permission.

All Episodes

Eye 94 • 12-17-20

This episode featured Deesha Philyaw, author of the National Book Award-nominated “The Secret Lives of Church Ladies,” out now from West Virginia University Press. This episode completed Season Four...

Eye 94 • 12-03-20

This episode featured Phil Christman, author of “Midwest Futures” out now from Belt Publishing, This episode first aired on December 3, 2020.

Eye 94 • 11-26-20

This episode featured John Corbett, the curator of “Bullets for Dead Hoods: An Encyclopedia of Chicago Mobsters, c. 1933” out now on Soberscove Press. This episode first aired on...

Eye 94 • 11-19-20

This episode featured Catherine Lacey, author of “Pew,” out now from Farrar Strauss and Giroux. This episode first aired on November 19, 2020.

Eye 94 • 11-12-20

This episode featured Jen Craig, author of “Panthers and The Museum on Fire, out now from Zerogram Press. This episode first aired on November 12, 2020.

Eye 94 • 10-29-20

This episode featured Tea Kroulos, author of “American Madness: The Story of the Phantom Patriot and How Conspiracy Theories Hijacked American Consciousness,” out now from Feral House. This episode...

Eye 94 • 10-15-20

This is our 100th episode and it featured Wendy Erskine, author of “Sweet Home,” out now from Picador. This episode first aired on October 15, 2020. Thanks for all...

Eye 94 • 10-08-20

This episode featured Maryse Meijer, author of “The Seventh Mansion,” out now from Farrar Strauss and Giroux. This episode first aired on October 8, 2020.

Eye 94 • 9-24-20

Eye 94 chatted with Gish Jen, author of the summer’s breakout hit “The Resisters” out now from Knopf. Jen discussed her novel’s allegory for these times, why baseball is...

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