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Jonathan welcomes author Chadwick Ginther in to talk about his new collection of short stories When the Sky Comes Looking for You: Short Trips Down Thunder Road. Ginther discusses his approach to writing short stories and how time management got him to where he is today.

When the Sky Comes Looking for You launches at McNally Robinson on Wednesday, Oct. 19. More details here.

Headshot of Chadwick Ginther. Black and White photo, he is standing in front of a wall with graffiti. He is bald with a short beard, wearing a blazerChadwick Ginther is the Prix Aurora Award nominated author of Graveyard Mind and the Thunder Road Trilogy. His short fiction has appeared in many magazines and anthologies, his story “All Cats Go to Valhalla” won the 2021 Prix Aurora Award for Best Short Story. He lives and writes in Winnipeg, Canada, spinning sagas set in the wild spaces of Canada’s western wilderness where surely monsters must exist.

If you want to get in touch, you can email chadwick: justonewick[at] or find him on his haunts on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook.

Opening song is “We Got the Poison” by Electric Candles
Podcast production by Dan Vadeboncoeur

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