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if "Pride and Prejudice" was a podcast (2:24) ~ Karolina Żebrowska
submitted 6 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Was Shakespeare Gay? (18:14) ~ J. Draper
Hobart, a well-established lit mag interviewed Alex Perez, a Cuban-American writer who ranted in a very entertaining way about the literary scene and how sensitive and lame the liberal “rich white” fiction world had gotten. Rich white fiction world got very upset! Hobart’s staff resigned in outrage.
submitted 11 months ago by Chipit from hobartpulp.com
Fact, Fiction, and Frankenstein's Monster (16:53) ~ The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered
submitted 11 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
THE GRATEFUL POODLE, by Mark Twain. One day a benevolent physician (who had read the books) having found a stray poodle suffering from a broken leg, conveyed the poor creature to his home, and after setting and bandaging the injured limb gave the little outcast its liberty again, and
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from self.literature
Jack Kerouac documentary (49:41) ~ Write Like
submitted 1 year ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Daughter Reveals The Real 1950s Icon Neal Cassady - On The Road Model Characher (32:57) ~ David Hoffman
Overdosing on the Literary Blackpill. What young, dissident writers lack to instigate a literary movement. Literary movements rise out of thematic and aesthetic kinship with one’s peers, but if any movement is to have a broader reach and shake up the game, it must also resonate with outsiders.
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from im1776.com
Ernst Junger: The Resolute Life of an Anarch
submitted 1 year ago by asterias from attackthesystem.com
How to Read Like a Writer (20:03) ~ Diane Callahan - Quotidian Writer
Bookish Pet Peeves And Trends That Need To Go (14:08) ~ Elliot Brooks
Jessie Tu and the Fashionably Regressive Approach to Reading. Jessie Tu’s recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald is symptomatic of an increasingly prevalent trend in literature, according to which the identity of the writer is more important than the words on the page.
submitted 2 years ago by Chipit from quillette.com
Five Great Tom Bombadil Theories | Tolkien Theory (22:20) ~ Nerd of the Rings
submitted 2 years ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
The Real Count of Monte Cristo: Thomas Alexandre Dumas (15:20) ~ The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered