Author Archives: Owen King

Owen King

About Owen King

Owen King is author of the novel Double Feature and co-editor (with John McNally) of Who Can Save Us Now? Brand-New Superheroes and Their Amazing (Short) Stories. His writing has appeared in publications such as Fairy Tale Review, One Story, and Prairie Schooner. He is married to the novelist Kelly Braffet.

An Interview with the Paranoid Style’s Elizabeth Nelson

Owen King sits down with Elizabeth Nelson to discuss the new Paranoid Style album, Paranoid USA. Continue reading

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Rolling Disclosures: An Interview with the Paranoid Style

A far-ranging interview with one of our favorite bands. Continue reading

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Matters of Faint Import, Vol. III: Five Biggest Pet Peeves in Music

Owen King and his band of merry music pranksters reveal their musical red lines. Continue reading

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Interview with the Paranoid Style

Owen King sits down with Elizabeth Nelson Bracy of the Paranoid Style. Continue reading

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Matters of Faint Import: Holiday Special

Owen King is joined by three wise men–well, two wise men and one exceptionally wise woman–to discuss vital questions related to Christmas music, such as: should the Kelly Clarkson version of “Run Run Rudolph” exist? Continue reading

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Matters of Faint Import, Vol. 1: The Dress Code of Mumford & Sons

The debut of a new feature, in which Owen King holds a roundtable discussion on the non-pressing issues of the day. This week: Timothy Bracy, Elizabeth Nelson, and James Jackson Toth debate the sartorial merits of Mumford & Sons. Continue reading

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(Title, If Any)

Owen King breaks down the complicated process of naming a novel — and then having to name it again. Continue reading

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