Portland-based artist Daniel J Glendening joins the podcast this week to talk about his new science fiction novel, The Gardener, The Visionary, and The Traveller, out now through Small Editions. We discussed hauntings, astral projection and remote viewing, interstellar methods of communication, site memory, California-as-metaphor, and his interdisciplinary art practice that incorporates sculpture, performance, video, writing, printmaking, and installation. Daniel is part of a two-person exhibition, “the barometric pressure is all over the place,” with Laura Bernstein of Brooklyn opening Friday, September 29th at Anytime Dept. in Cincinnati, OH. This week’s episode is sponsored by the Devil’s Lettuce, Katy Perry Instrumentals, GlueTube, and the Hot Lake Hotel. The outro music is by the band Daniel’s little brother drums for, Kim and the Created out of Los Angeles.