Dust on the Road takes a look at the life and work of writer John Fante, beginning with a focus on the Bandini Quartet, the four novels which make up the saga of Arturo Bandini : Wait Until Spring, Bandini; The Road To Los Angeles; Ask The Dust and Dreams From Bunker Hill. For more info visit www.jaredacarnie.com/fantepod Recommended reading : Dan Fante’s Fante, Stephen Cooper’s Full of Life, Richard Collins’ A Literary Portrait, the John Fante Selected Letters, the John Fante/HL Mencken Letters, Ben Pleasants’ the Fante tapes.
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The final Arturo Bandini novel. We take a look at the rediscovery of John Fante and Arturo Bandini, the events Fante chose to reflect in his final novel, and the remarkable circumstances in which he wrote it.
The legendary third Arturo Bandini novel. We take a look at how John Fante's iconic novel helped Robert Towne write Chinatown, was nearly forgotten forever thanks to Adolf Hitler, and was brought back to life by Fante superfan Charles Bukowski.
The second Arturo Bandini novel was actually the first of the four written. We take a look at The Road To Los Angeles, including John Fante's prolonged attempt to write his first novel, where it came from, and why it didn't see publication until afte... more
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Dust on the Road : A John Fante Podcast launched 2 years ago and published 5 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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