Jul 18, 2019
Steve Hernandez comes on to discuss The Sarah Book by Scott McClanahan which they don't get to the end. The gendering of grossness, Luis J. Gomez, Louis C.K., alcoholism, marriage, people getting cancelled, trauma, outrage, Skankfest, and then the book.
Jul 11, 2019
Comedian Maggie Maye comes by to discuss the podcast's first YA Novel. Serial killers, dick pics, ecstasy, death, plans to handle their dog's deaths, being a certain type of hot, how to get out of the trunk of a car, how to break zip ties, laughing too loud. Rebecca had coffee and talks too much again.
Jul 2, 2019
Comedian Bronston Jones comes on to discuss the novel A Confederacy of Dunces, a picaresque novel set in New Orleans that was published eleven years after the author's suicide. Rebecca has some trouble with the main character reminding of an ex-boyfriend, but they talk about the book a lot. Now including a brief...
Jun 13, 2019
This episode was recorded in a car in Dallas! Hannah O'Brian of Almost a Comic productions chooses the novella The Fox by D.H. Lawrence, a woke story about gender politics at the turn of the 20th century. The masculine & feminine in all of us, intimacy, possession, not knowing you're gay, life on a farm, being lost,...
Jun 7, 2019
In this episode, comic Harry Moroz drops in to talk about the book Less. And we talk about it less, than possibly any book yet. But they do talk about Twitter stalkers, how white people age faster, why you can't ride a camel between the humps, bombing so hard in an article of clothing that you can't wear it again,...