Show Notes for Bonus Episode 2.5 Check out the episode below: To listen to the full episode, head over to our Patreon! Quick notes from the episode: Want a copy of The Princess Bride for yourself? Check out our affiliate link below to support the podcast, independent booksellers, and get an awesome book in the […]
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Our spooky season bonus episode is on Jeff VanderMeer’s ANNIHILATION and its accompanying blockbuster. A book that defies categorization, and a movie that is more definitively science fiction: which one will come out on top?
Show Notes for Bonus Episode 1.5 Check out the free version of the episode below: To get access to full-length bonus episodes, head over to our Patreon. Quick links from the episode: First thoughts: This book is very much like the book of Genesis, and this was a conscious effort on the part of Tolkien. […]
Our bonus Movie Magic episode of September is here! Our subject is Margot Lee Shetterly’s Hidden Figures. BBE explores the inspiring story of the black women behind some of NASA’s greatest achievements, and how they defied the odds in 1950s and 1960s America. But which one will win, book or movie?
Show Notes for Bonus Episode 1.4 Check out a sample of the full-length episode below! To get access to full-length bonus episodes, head over to our Patreon. Quick Links from the Episode: What did Jennifer read in the past month? Check out the links below for our Bookshop affiliate store: Things in Jars – 5 […]
Show Notes for Bonus Episode 2.2 Quick Links from the Episode Paige Presents Fun with Comics: Wytches page on Image Comics You can follow creator Scott Snyder on Twitter or Instagram The artists for Wytches, Jock, also has a website where you can see more of their work. Colorist Matt Hollinsworth? To learn more about […]
Show Notes for Bonus Episode 2.1 Our very first Movie Magic pick for Season 2 is Rebecca Skloot’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. When Paige first recommended this book for Movie Magic, Jennifer immediately agreed. Jennifer had actually read this book for the first time earlier in 2019, which is perhaps embarrassing since the […]