Resonance FM

Kit's new Resonance FM series Mapping the Metropolis

Kit from Influx Press has just started a new radio series with Resonance 104.4FM. The series is all about fiction writing and poetry set in cities and urban areas all over the UK.

The show goes live on Resonance at 1pm every Wednesday for seven weeks.


Here is a podcast of last weeks show with Mancunian writer Joe Stretch:

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Acquired for on Resonance 104.4 FM - July 7th Recording

The last in our 5 part series on Resonance FM. In this show Kit talks to David Dawkins (A Hackney Triptych) and Natalie Hardwick (Alevism in Hackney) about arriving in Hackney and London, the formation of instant communities and how the other half live (you know, the posh rich half) [soundcloud url="" iframe="true" /]

Acquired for Development By show 4 on Resonance FM - Hackney through three different generations

We look at Hackney through the eyes of three different generations. 1970s, 1980s and the 2000s. Stories and anecdotes from three of our writers, Eithne Nightingale, Georgia Myers and Isaura Barbe Brown. Hosted by Kit Caless and Gary Budden. [soundcloud url="" iframe="true" /]

Influx Press Resonance FM show #3 (June 23rd) - Psychogeography

We discuss psychogeography, its past, present and future. Difficulties of terminology and the mainstream acceptance of certain forms of psychogeographic writing.

Featuring Stewart Home, Brendan Pickett, Gary Budden and Tim Burrows. Hosted by Kit Caless

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