Well hello there, listeners. In this installment of our audio podcast we take another look at postmodernism. Join us as we run through a quick ‘n nasty discussion of that which is postmodern.
Hello, listeners! This week on the Spooket List we discuss H.P. Lovecraft’s story, “The Call of Cthulu!” Join us as we talk about madness, the sea, forbidden knowledge, and a possible upcoming sitcom about the Elder Gods and a Balrog!
Greetings, dear listeners! This week on the Booket List – or should we say… The Spooket List – we dive into the spooktacular month of October with a moist and somewhat unpleasant splash. That’s right, this Spooktober we’re talking about none other than H.P. Lovecraft! Join us for a good ol’ spooky time!
Greetings, dear listeners! This week Chris is joined by Martyn, Allie, and Sarah to discuss “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls”! We share our favorite essays from the book and go off on at least one tangent about Donny Osmond. Give it a listen!
When most people think about their high school English classes, they generally think about two things: The Scarlet Letter, and essays. Despite how interesting Puritanical values are, we don’t really want to talk about them because they’re actually quite boring. So, we’ve come together to give you an episode on essays! Where did they come from? What do they do? What even is an essay?
Hey friends! In this episode we are pleased to announce that September’s book will be “Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls” by David Sedaris!
School is back in session, and the Booket List is back! Join Chris, Martyn, and Allison as they share their summer reads and talk about what’s new in podcast land.
Hey everyone! On this week’s episode of The Booket List everyone is in studio, plus one guest! It’s also our first dive into April’s book of the Month, Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway! It’s a classic literary fiction novel that you’ve probably read at some point, but this month you can go back and reread with The Booket List. We’re all super excited to read it for the month of April! We talk a bit about the Literary Fiction genre, and share some stories of our exposure to the genre. Which let’s face it, all come from the good old high school days. Which for Brennan…. was last year. Freshman. Way to make us feel old right? What are you’re first impressions of Farewell to Arms? Do you have any good Literary Fiction novels you want to recommend to us? Hit us up on Facebook!