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 • 10-22-17

This episode featured the work of Tori Teller author of Lady Killers: Dangerous Women Throughout History. This episode was taped in front of a live audience at Pilsen Community...

Eye 94 • 11-19-17

This episode featured the book “Tower Dog” by Doug Delaney, from Soft Skull Press. Additional music from this show from the Lumpen and International Anthem Archives. The episode first...

Eye 94 • 10-8-17

This episode featured the work of Achy Obejas, published by Akashic and Ballantine books Additional music from this show from the International Anthem Archive. The episode first aired on...

Eye 94 • 9-24-17

This episode featured the book “Calf” from Soft Skull Press, written by Andrea Kleine. Additional music from this show came from Julie Pomerlau, Tomeka Reid, International Anthem and the...

Eye 94 • 9-3-17

This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Pilsen Community Books on August 31st and featured a discussion of “Tiger Island,” by Reagan M Sova. The...

Eye 94 • 8-27-17

This episode featured author Erika Wurth and her book “Buckskin Cocaine” from Astrophil Press. This episode aired on August 27, 2017.

Eye 94 • 8-13-17

This episode was recorded at Pilsen Community Books in front of a live audience. Our special guest was Anne Elizabeth Moore, Author of “Body Horror.” This episode aired on...

Eye 94 • 7-30-17

This episode featured a discussion with Mairead Case about her book “See You In The Morning” from Featherproof Press. Music from the International Anthem Recording Company archive, used with...

Eye 94 • 7-2-17

This episode featured a discussion of Compass by Mathias Enard, with translator Charlotte Mandell. Published in America by New Directions. Music from the International Anthem Recording Company archive, used...

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