Carrie and K.W. talk about finding inspiration and comfort in nature! Carrie's topic for the week is Jumanji: The Next Level, and K.W.'s is the Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale.
Topics on this episode are many and varied! They include:
- the NWSL Challenge Cup
- old baseball games on radio
- a rhizomatic approach to finding new-to-you music
- the comfort of mystery stories, featuring V. M. Burns's The Plot Is Mystery, and
- K. W.'s latest story, "Parasomnia," in the Dark Lane Anthology Volume Nine
Stay safe and healthy!
It's our '90s TV episode! Pop-culture guru Robin hops on the pod once again, this time for a discussion on Melrose Place, and children's/YA author A.J. Culey discusses her love of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Find Robin on Twitter and Instagram @robinhhhhh (That's 5 Hs!).
Find A.J. on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram @ajculey and online at www.ajculey.com.
K.W. discusses the Amazon movie The Vast of Night, and Carrie gives a sneak peek of her latest short story, "The Tower of Ithadir," in the recently released Reign of Queens anthology.
Robin also joins us once more for an enthusiastic discussion of The Prisoner TV series from 1967. Find Robin on Instagram and Twitter @robinhhhhh (that's 5 Hs!).
It's a poetry episode! K.W. interviews Erin Carlyle about her writing, her inspiration, and writing during the pandemic. And Carrie interviews Mary Soon Lee about her latest poetry books, The Sign of the Dragon and Elemental Haiku, and some of her favorite pop culture.
Find Erin on Instagram @erincarlylepoetcatgirl.
Find Mary on Twitter @MarySoonLee and at her website: www.marysoonlee.com.
Carrie gushes about the new Freeform series Motherland: Fort Salem while K.W. talks about her love for the FX series What We Do in the Shadows. They both discuss whether their pop-culture-consumption habits have changed during quarantine.
Plus: Carrie explains the cinnamon roll meme to K.W.!
Our friend Rachel is back to talk about why she loves the Hulu series Shrill, based on Lindy West's book of the same name. K.W. also gives us a peek into her latest novella, The Skittering.