Burley Fisher's Isolation Station
Isolation Station #32 - Juliet Jacques’ Variations

Isolation Station #32 - Juliet Jacques’ Variations

June 24, 2021

Celebrating our Indie Fiction pick for June, So welcomes shop favourite Juliet Jacques to the show to talk about her debut collection "Variations", featuring a scarily accurate impression of Margaret Thatcher.

Also some more info on BFDay + antiquarian news!

Isolation Station #31 - Serpent’s Tail & Independent Bookshop Week

Isolation Station #31 - Serpent’s Tail & Independent Bookshop Week

June 18, 2021

Today So and Sam are joined by Serpent's Tail's Hannah Westland to talk about being the OG indie press, who shares some exciting news viz. Esi Edugyan, along with celebrations for Independent Bookshop Week. Also the usual banter and nonsense from Dan et. al.

 

 

Isolation Station #30 - Ida Marie Hede’s Adorable

Isolation Station #30 - Ida Marie Hede’s Adorable

June 3, 2021

With apologies, Dan and Sam present Ida Marie Hede's 'Adorable' the indie fiction pick for May. Marie and Sam talk poetic bacteria, while on the margins Dan talks about his night walks and the Lanterne Records kickstarter steams ahead..

Isolation Station #29 - Richard Barnett & the Elegance of Ludwig Wittgenstein

Isolation Station #29 - Richard Barnett & the Elegance of Ludwig Wittgenstein

May 24, 2021

 Today Dan is joined by Richard Barnett to discuss his new poetic work Wherever We Are When We Come to the End (Valley Press), a stirring piece about Wittgenstein's time on the frontlines. Meanwhile Sam announces BFDay - the Burley Fisher literary bonanza!

Isolation Station #28 - Richard Dawson, Dishonest Choruses: Lanterne Records Rising

Isolation Station #28 - Richard Dawson, Dishonest Choruses: Lanterne Records Rising

May 18, 2021

Dan and Ant are joined by Richard Dawson, the troubador by whom they're both a bit mesmerised.

Also, Ant shares some very exciting news pertaining to albums, labels and new things all.

Isolation Station #27 - Isobel Wohl’s Cold New Climate

Isolation Station #27 - Isobel Wohl’s Cold New Climate

April 30, 2021

Today Sam is joined by Isobel Wohl to discuss her new book, Cold New Climate - Burley Fisher's Indie Fiction subscription for April 2021. Dan and Sam tease coming episodes, and other banal commentary about their everyday lives.

Isolation Station #26 - Sara Jaffe’s Drylands

Isolation Station #26 - Sara Jaffe’s Drylands

March 28, 2021

In another celebration of our indie fiction subscription, So is joined by Sara Jaffe, author of Dryland (Cipher Press) to discuss her literary influences. With outrageous deep cuts and odd literary byways.

Also, celebrations regarding the BF Team's crowning as Bookshop of the Year (Regional: London ;-D) and plans for re-opening!

Isolation Station #25 - Olivia Sudjic & Desert Island Books

Isolation Station #25 - Olivia Sudjic & Desert Island Books

February 26, 2021

Today Sam is joined by Olivia Sudjic, author of Sympathy, Exposure and Asylum Road. In a suspiciously titled new segment for the show. Hear about Olivia's favourite authors and how they informed her practice. Also, cool grandma anecdotes and our patented bookseller banter.

Isolation Station #24 - The English Heretic Collection

Isolation Station #24 - The English Heretic Collection

February 12, 2021

Today Ant and Dan are joined by Andy Sharp to celebrate his almanac of the occult, the English Heretic Collection. They talk the Black Plaque process, the double meaning of histories and the stories that the National Trust doesn't want you to know. Also, Indie + Poetry Subscriptions!

Isolation Station #23 - A Nazi Word for a Nazi Thing

Isolation Station #23 - A Nazi Word for a Nazi Thing

December 11, 2020

A special one today. Our very own So Mayer celebrates the launch of their phenomenal pocket essay A Nazi Word for a Nazi Thing, an essay on Queer Erasure and a wholesale destruction of the wretched, fascist concept of Entartete. Today's pod is a pomo mashup, featuring red-hot recordings from launch night, coupled with thoughts and reflections to fill in the gaps of films which were broadcast during the live event. 

Featuring readings and performances from Isabel Waidner, So Mayer, Juliet Jacques, Ray Filar, Campbell X, Tim Smith and Keith Jarrett.

Also featuring Dan Fuller's trademark rubbish.

A jubilant and riotous end to the year.

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