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 • 12-01-19

This episode featured Dr Ben Alexander, the editor of The Letters of Flannery O’Connor: “Good Things Out Of Nazareth” out now from Convergent. This episode first aired on December...

Eye 94 • 11-24-19

This episode featured Jac Jemc, author of “False Bingo,” out now from Farrar Strauss And Giroux. This episode was taped in front of a live studio audience at the...

Eye 94 • 11-10-19

This episode featured Christine Sneed, author of “The Virginity of Famous Men,” out now from Bloomsbury. This episode first aired November 10, 2019.

Eye 94 • 10-27-19

This episode featured Helen Dewitt, author of “The Last Samurai” and “Some Trick,” both out now from New Directions. This episode first aired October 27, 2019.

Eye 94 • 10-24-19

This episode featured Jim DeRogatis, author of “Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly” out now from Abrams. This episode was taped in front of a live studio audience at...

Eye 94 • 9-29-19

This episode featured Marc Fisher of Public Collectors. Public Collectors’ many publications are available from Half Letter Press. This episode first aired on September 29, 2019.

Eye 94 • 9-1-19

This episode featured Colin Asher, author of “Never A Lovely So Real,” a biography of Nelson Algren, out now from WW Norton. This episode first aired on September 1,...

Eye 94 • 8-25-19

This episode featured Tea Krulos, author of “Apocalypse Any Day Now,” out now from the Chicago Review Press. This episode first aired on August 25, 2019.

Eye 94 • 8-18-19

This episode featured Rachel Galvin, author of Elevated Threat Level (out now from Green Lantern Press) and News of War: Civilian Poetry 1936-1945 (out now from Oxford) This episode...

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