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What's It About Podcast

What's It About Podcast

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What's It About Podcast

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A biweekly book discussion

Latest Episodes

The Haunting of Hill House

Nick, Dakota, and Steve dive into the Gothic horror classic, The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Perhaps unusually, the panel is unanimous in their appreciation for the selected work. Tune in, and let us know what you thought!

104 MIN2019 APR 14
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The Haunting of Hill House

The Beach

EJoin host Nick Alexander alongside Drew MacQuarrie, Patrick Greene and resident antipodean Steve Amey for a deep dive into The Beach, Alex Garland’s Gen X homage to William Golding. This is Garland’s first and most successful novel which takes us to a shuttered secret society torn apart by the fear of discovery and the inescapability of death (and food poisoning)! We hope you enjoy both the book and the lively discussion.

100 MIN2019 APR 3
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The Beach

The Game

Join Nick, Dakota, Sean, and newcomer Drew as they break down a week in the life of six-time Stanley Cup-winning goaltender, Ken Dryden, in his 1983 memoir, The Game. We tackle imposter syndrome, fame, sneaking beer onto innumerable bus rides, humility, and the importance of playing outside - kids these days!

88 MIN2019 MAR 4
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The Game

Left

EJoin us this week on the third installment of What’s It About? podcast as we discuss Left by Theanna Bischoff (2018). Nick, Dakota, and Sean try desperately to avoid spoilers while untangling a complex social web centered around Natasha Bell's sudden disappearance. We cover the ripples of trauma, differing family structures, and a particularly scathing email.

88 MIN2019 FEB 18
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Left

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

On this episode of What’s It About? we cover Philip K. Dick’s 1968 novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Join us as we explore the world that is the basis for the film Blade Runner. Try to keep up as we question reality, what it means to be human (it all depends on what your definition of is is), goat murder, and the very serious importance of routine coffee intake.

97 MIN2019 FEB 3
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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

Jack London's White Fang

Nick Alexander is joined by Dakota Clement and Sean Keenan for a not overly serious discussion of White Fang (mostly) and Call of the Wild (some), two companion novels by Jack London that take place in the Klondike gold rush time (1890s, 1900s) in Yukon Territory and Alaska. We talk about oyster piracy (really), the wild, domesticated animals, dog fighting, and much more! Tune in and please rate/review/subscribe.

77 MIN2019 JAN 21
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Jack London's White Fang
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Latest Episodes

The Haunting of Hill House

Nick, Dakota, and Steve dive into the Gothic horror classic, The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Perhaps unusually, the panel is unanimous in their appreciation for the selected work. Tune in, and let us know what you thought!

104 MIN2019 APR 14
Comments
The Haunting of Hill House

The Beach

EJoin host Nick Alexander alongside Drew MacQuarrie, Patrick Greene and resident antipodean Steve Amey for a deep dive into The Beach, Alex Garland’s Gen X homage to William Golding. This is Garland’s first and most successful novel which takes us to a shuttered secret society torn apart by the fear of discovery and the inescapability of death (and food poisoning)! We hope you enjoy both the book and the lively discussion.

100 MIN2019 APR 3
Comments
The Beach

The Game

Join Nick, Dakota, Sean, and newcomer Drew as they break down a week in the life of six-time Stanley Cup-winning goaltender, Ken Dryden, in his 1983 memoir, The Game. We tackle imposter syndrome, fame, sneaking beer onto innumerable bus rides, humility, and the importance of playing outside - kids these days!

88 MIN2019 MAR 4
Comments
The Game

Left

EJoin us this week on the third installment of What’s It About? podcast as we discuss Left by Theanna Bischoff (2018). Nick, Dakota, and Sean try desperately to avoid spoilers while untangling a complex social web centered around Natasha Bell's sudden disappearance. We cover the ripples of trauma, differing family structures, and a particularly scathing email.

88 MIN2019 FEB 18
Comments
Left

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

On this episode of What’s It About? we cover Philip K. Dick’s 1968 novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Join us as we explore the world that is the basis for the film Blade Runner. Try to keep up as we question reality, what it means to be human (it all depends on what your definition of is is), goat murder, and the very serious importance of routine coffee intake.

97 MIN2019 FEB 3
Comments
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

Jack London's White Fang

Nick Alexander is joined by Dakota Clement and Sean Keenan for a not overly serious discussion of White Fang (mostly) and Call of the Wild (some), two companion novels by Jack London that take place in the Klondike gold rush time (1890s, 1900s) in Yukon Territory and Alaska. We talk about oyster piracy (really), the wild, domesticated animals, dog fighting, and much more! Tune in and please rate/review/subscribe.

77 MIN2019 JAN 21
Comments
Jack London's White Fang
the END
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