Podcast Episode 23: Sold for Parts

Reckoning Press Podcast

Jul 13 2022 • 5 mins

Subscribe via RSS, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or on iTunes. Past episodes are here. Today on the Reckoning Press podcast we have Catherine Rockwood reading NIB's quiet flash story "Sold for Parts", about surviving, coping, in a world of loss. This piece seems particularly relevant here in the U.S., after a series of Supreme Court decisions that signals a precipitous erosion of rights, hope for safety and well-being and progress towards justice of all kinds, for everyone. I hope listening to it provides you some solace, a little peace. In case you haven't heard, we've just announced a new submission call for a special issue about bodily autonomy and environmental justice, Our Beautiful Reward, edited by none other than Catherine Rockwood. To read that call and submit, you can go to reckoning.press/submit. We're also running our first-ever fundraiser, with the goal of raising payrates for writers, staff, and podcast readers, potentially producing a print edition of Catherine's special issue featuring cover art by Mona Robles, and including cool rewards like pins, t-shirts, personal story critiques from some of our editors past and present, and other weirder fun stuff. Go to reckoning.press/support-us for details. Thank you for listening! [Bios below.] "Sold for Parts" by NIB