Apr 30, 2019
We took a dive into some feminist literary criticism this week and read Joanna Russ's How to Suppress Women's Writing. It was published in 1983 and therefore focuses a lot on strictly women's writing - but we contend these methods have been used and continue to be used not just on work and art by women, but that of...
Apr 23, 2019
Join us this week for a discussion of Sigrid Nunez's National
Book Award Winning novel The Friend. In some ways it
was a little too real for our real life events, and in others it
wasn't quite real enough.
This episode contains more expletives than normal.
Next time we will be discussing Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss. Read...
Apr 16, 2019
We're back talking about our boy Bret Easton Ellis and a baffling/hilarious interview he did with the New Yorker. And we know you've been waiting for nearly three months as we finally respond to the Marie Kondo book drama.
The New Yorker: Bret Easton Ellis Thinks You're Overreacting to Donald Trump
Apr 11, 2019
Content Warning: We read another VC Andrews book. This should be all of the information you need.
Apr 2, 2019
A lot of the time we have too much to talk about and we don’t get the chance to discuss all of the book news topics that come our way. Well, not anymore! This week we bring you a digest of the hottest recent book world news from fake news about Kurt Vonnegut, to the latest in dunking on Brett Easton Ellis, we’ve got...