Severance Radio: Episode 9

August 30 7:00 pm

KUNV 91.5 FM

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Severance Radio: Episode 9

August 30 7:00 pm
KUNV 91.5 FM
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About the Event

Featuring Nasia Anam and Bonnie Chau

Severance Radio is an on-air book club dissecting Ling Ma’s satirical, dystopian novel Severance. The novel is a moving family story that explores loneliness, corporate monotony, and survival in the midst of a global health crisis.

Severance Radio airs on KUNV 91.5FM Sundays at 7 pm PST. Stream it live anywhere in the world at kunv.org/live.

Ways to Listen

Las Vegas: 7 PM at KUNV 91.5 FM | Stream it live: kunv.org/live
Reno: Noon at KWNK 97.7FM | Stream it live: kwnkradio.org/listen

Rebroadcast

Las Vegas: Mondays at 11 AM on KUNV 91.5 HD-2 | Stream it live: therebelhd2.com/live
Reno: Wednesdays at 6 PM PT on KWNK 97.7FM | Stream it live: kwnkradio.org/listen 

About The Episode

As we listen to the audiobook, you can follow along on pages 169 Р187 of the Severance paperback.

Nasia Anam is an assistant professor of English literature and global Anglophone literature at the University of Nevada, Reno. Her research examines representations of migration between Europe, South Asia, North Africa and the United States in the colonial, postcolonial and contemporary eras. She received her Ph.D. in comparative literature at UCLA and has since taught at Princeton University, Williams College and California Institute of the Arts.

Bonnie Chau is from Southern California, where she ran writing programs at the nonprofit 826LA. She received her MFA in fiction and translation from Columbia University. A Kundiman fellow, she works at an independent bookstore in Brooklyn and is an editor at Poets & Writers and at Public Books. She is the author of the short story collection All Roads Lead to Blood, published by SFWP/2040 Books.

Severance Radio: A Nevada Reads Book Club is jointly produced by Nevada Humanities and the Black Mountain Institute, and is part of Nevada Reads, a statewide program of Nevada Humanities. This program is made possible with the support of: Nevada Humanities, Black Mountain Institute, Nevada State library, Archives and Public Records, The Institute of Museum and Library Services, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Nevada Center for the Book. The Nevada Center for the Book is a program of Nevada Humanities and is the state affiliate of the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress.