Mason Out Loud Episode Two

Episode two of Mason Out Loud is available for listening now! Click below or subscribe to follow us on iTunes and Google Play


Mason Out Loud features creative writing and scholarship from GMU's English department faculty, students and alumni. If you'd like your work to be considered for inclusion, please email 


About the Author

Samuel Ashworth's fiction and essays have been published in Catapult, The Times Literary Supplement, the Brooklyn Rail, Roads and Kingdoms, and Bookslut. Born and raised in Manhattan, he attended Trinity College Dublin before receiving his B.A. from Columbia University.

He is currently in his second year of the M.F.A. in fiction program at George Mason University, where he has been awarded the Dan Rudy and Mary Robert Rinehart prizes for fiction. He lives in Washington, DC, and is working on a novel about the life and death of an American chef, told in the form of an autopsy.

Music for the podcast is provided by Sean P. Flueger. You can hear more from Sean at his website: