Following the April 9, 2010 Performance of Bellona, Destroyer of Cities — Farai Chideya moderated a conversation between Samuel R. Delany and Jay Scheib (links below)
Listen to an MP3 of Conversation (mp3 / 45mbs / 30mins)
Samuel R. Delany (Author of Dhalgren) has won four Nebula Awards, two Hugo Awards, and the William Whitehead Memorial Award for his lifetime contribution to lesbian and gay writing. Born and raised in New York City’s Harlem in 1942, he is a professor of English and creative writing at Temple University, where he is Director of the Graduate Creative Writing Program. Delany’s novels include Nova (1968), Dhalgren (1975), Trouble on Triton (1976), and The Mad Man (1995). He is author of the four-book series, Return to Nevèrÿon (1979–87), and the short novel Phallos (2004). His most recent novel, Dark Reflections (2008), won the 2008 Stonewall Book Award and was a runner up for that year’s Lambda Literary Award. His stories have been collected in Aye, and Gomorrah, and Other Stories (2002)and Atlantis: Three Tales (1995). His nonfiction volumes include The Jewel-Hinged Jaw (1977–rev. 2009), About Writing: Seven Essays, Three Letters, and Five Interviews (2006), and Times Square Red, Times Square Blue (1998). A further collection of his interviews has appeared in the University of Mississippi Press’s Conversations with Samuel R. Delany (2009), edited by Carl Freedman.
Farai Chideya (moderator) http://www.faraichideya.com/
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