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The Okie Bookcast is dedicated to helping curious readers like you find your next great read by connecting you to Oklahoma authors and stories. Each episode includes an interview with a contributor to the reading life of Oklahoma - it might be an author, publisher, librarian, reader, bookseller, or other figure. In addition to the interview, each episode includes a review from an Oklahoma author about a book they love. New episodes drop on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Connect with Okie Bookcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok - @okiebookcast.

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The Okie Bookcast is dedicated to helping curious readers like you find your next great read by connecting you to Oklahoma authors and stories. Each episode includes an interview with a contributor to the reading life of Oklahoma - it might be an author, publisher, librarian, reader, bookseller, or other figure. In addition to the interview, each episode includes a review from an Oklahoma author about a book they love. New episodes drop on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Connect with Okie Bookcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok - @okiebookcast.

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Behind the Rain: An Audio Anthology of Oklahoma Poetry, Volume 8

4/15/2024
It's Volume 8 of Behind the Rain! I've got 11 poems from 10 Oklahoma poets cued up and ready for you to enjoy. Be sure to connect with the poets across their social media (linked below) to let them know how much you appreciate their work. Here's the lineup for this edition of the anthology: April and Winter - Aubrey Green @BlueCloverEditingwww.bluecloverediting.comLocal News From Where We Met - Seth Copeland https://neutralspaces.co/seth_t_copeland/Unhatched and Broken - David Jennings @DJennPhotosdavidjenningsartinphotographyandpoetry.comAnd I See It Clearly - Abagail Pappas @actually_belleGut Shot - Brand Rackley @brandrackleyApproaching Seventy - Ron Wallace www.ronwallacepoetry.comMurrah - Paul Juhasz Paul Juhasz AuthorNext Time - Holly Jahangiri @author.hollyjahangirihttps://jahangiri.us/2020Trying - Clay Mattox @madoc_grams_literatureUntitled #5 - Jes McCutchen @jesmwritesjesmccutchenwrites.comIf you'd like to submit a poem for consideration for Volume Nine of Behind the Rain (releasing July 15, 2024), visit okiebookcast.com/behindtherain for details. Submission deadline is June 15! Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:21:45

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Your Next Great Read - Book Recommendations and Talk with J, Hannah, and special guest Andie Schulz

2/27/2024
Hannah and I are joined by Andie Schulz to talk about what we've been reading and why you might love it. We cover everything from mind-bending horror to sweeping space operas to warm fuzzy rom-coms. There may also be some conversation about elements that would go into a YNGR Drinking Game. Enjoy the conversation and let us know your thoughts on the books we discuss. Connect with Hannah: website | Twitter | Instagram Discussed on the Show: Andie Apples Never Fall - Liane Moriarity The Girl in Cabin 13 - A.J. Rivers The Long Game - Elena Armas All the Missing Girls - Megan Miranda Hannah A Psalm for the Wild-Built - Becky Chambers Ask For Andrea - Noelle Ihli Episode Thirteen - Craig Dilouie Monster - Walter Dean Myers J This New Dark - Chase Dearinger After World - Debbie Urbanski Eyes of the Void - Adrian Tchaikovsky House of Leaves - Mark Z. Danielewski Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:58:59

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Turning Experience into Story - Author and Poet Paul Juhasz

2/20/2024
Welcome to Chapter 59! My guest is author and poet, Paul Juhasz. A graduate of the Red Earth M.F.A., Paul’s work has appeared in several literary journals, most recently Concho River Review, Poetry Quarterly, Oklahoma Review and Main Street Rag. He has served as curator and coordinator of the Woody Guthrie Poets since 2020. He has four books, including his most recent - As If Place Matters - a collection of short fiction. In our conversation we talk about all of Paul’s work across genres and forms and his approach to connecting his lived experiences to his writing. We also get into how he unravels problems in his writing. This is a great conversation for readers and writers alike with some important things to say about how our history informs what we create. Quick content note: We talk about coping with childhood trauma and self-harm so please be aware of that content going into the conversation. Connect with Paul: Instagram | Facebook Paul's Books: Fulfillment: Diary of a Warehouse Picker Ronin The Inner Life of Comics As If Place Matters Mentioned on the show: Running with Scissors - Augusten Burroughs Joseph Conrad Lou Berney Jeannetta Calhoun Mish Letters to Wendy’s - Joe Wenderoth Fine Dog Press TC Boyle Cormac McCarthy Dave Eggers Hamlet - William Shakespeare No Country for Old Men - Corman McCarthy Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:40:52

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The Running Man - Pages to Pictures w/ Jamie Ray

2/13/2024
I'm joined by the host of Fave Five From Fans, Jamie Ray, to talk about the film adaptation of the Richard Bachman / Stephen King classic - The Running Man. We talk about the book and the film and all of the many (so many) ways in which the two are different. It's a celebration of spandex and catchphrases - all of the 80s Arnold magic you can stand. If you love the book and / or the film, you'll love this conversation. If you haven't read or seen it, you're going to want to by the time we're through. Check it out and let us know what we got right (or wrong). Connect with Jamie: website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Purchase The Running Man Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:48:40

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Romance Writing Round Table

2/6/2024
Welcome to Chapter 58! We've got a Round Table talking about all things romance writing. It's a fun and thoughtful conversation with something for everyone - even those of you (like me) who don't typically read romance. Magen Runyan - Podcaster (3 Book Girls) and Bookstagrammer Connect with Magen: Instagram | 3 Book Girls Clay Mattox - Bookstagrammer Connect with Clay: Instagram | Book Bros OK Collette Carmon - Author and VP of ORWG Connect with Collette: website | Facebook | Instagram Sabrina A. Fish - Author and President of ORWG Connect with Sabrina: website | Facebook | Instagram | TikTok Mentioned on the Show: Icebreaker - Hannah Grace Book Lovers - Emily Henry Vampires of El Norte - Isabel Canas A Game of Gods - Scarlett St. Clair Under the Dome - Stephen King The Greatest Love Story Ever Told - Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally Cold Blood - Marnie Vinge Vampire Queen's Search - Sabrina A. Fish How the Penguins Saved Veronica - Hazel Prior Mexican Gothic - Silvia Moreno-Garcia Red, White, and Royal Blue - Casey McQuiston Mistborn - Brandon Sanderson Nalini Singh Love in the Time of Serial Killers - Alicia Thompson Butcher and Blackbird - Brynne Weaver Firekeeper's Daughter - Angeline Boulley A Psalm for the Wild-Built - Becky Chambers Rebecca - Daphne Du Maurier The King of Spring - Collette Carmon Oklahoma Ro Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:46:34

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Your Next Great Read - Book Recommendation and Talk with J, Hannah, and special guest Grace Filer

1/23/2024
Looking for great books? We've got you covered! Our guest is Bookstagrammer Grace Filer who runs the "If Books Could Thrill" book club in OKC. Connect with Grace: Instagram | If Books Could Thrill IG Connect with Hannah: website | Twitter | Instagram Recommendations in this episode: Grace I Am, I Am, I Am: Seventeen Brushes with Death - Maggie O’Farrell The Swimmers - Julie Otsuka Monstrilio - Gerardo Sámano Córdova The Midnight Club - Christopher Pike Hannah A Court of Wings and Ruin - Sarah J. Maas Nestlings - Nat Cassidy The September House - Carissa Orlando Holes - Louis Sachar J Day of the Triffids - John Wyndham Starter Villain - John Scalzi Chain Gang All-Stars - Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah Ringworld - Larry Niven Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:54:41

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Staying True to Your Characters . . . and Bigfoot w/ Author Missy Hancock

1/16/2024
Welcome to Chapter 57! My guest today is Missy Hancock. Missy describes herself as a wife of one, mom of six, and grammy of one. She’s lived in Oklahoma since she was ten and is happily settled in Guthrie, America. She says her motto in life is to live by love, not by fear. In the fall of 2023 Missy released three books in her Ele Charmichael series, under her pen name - M. Sparks Clark. We have a fun conversation about her work, self-publishing, staying true to your characters, and, of course, Bigfoot. Connect with Missy: website | Instagram | TikTok Mentioned on the Show Ele Carmichael series - Missy Hancock Holly Samson Hall The Floating Bookshop The Scent Keeper - Erica Bauermeister Liane Moriarty Kelly Harms Amy E. Riechert Kathrine Center Louise Miller Beth O’Leary Other Birds | The Sugar Queen - Sarah Addison Allen Heather Webber A Man Called Ove - Fredrick Backman Phaedra Patrick Madeleine L’ Engle Time Quartet Codex Alera series - Jim Butcher Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:34:44

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Behind the Rain: An Audio Anthology of Oklahoma Poetry, Volume 7

1/15/2024
It's Volume 7 of Behind the Rain! I've got 11 poems from 9 Oklahoma poets cued up and ready for you to enjoy. Be sure to connect with the poets across their social media (linked below) to let them know how much you appreciate their work. Here's the lineup for this edition of the anthology: Pretty Wordy - Rachel Waters @rachelwaters.cohttps://rachelwaters.co/poet/Let It Burn - Brand Rackley @brandrackleyTornado Alley - Holly Jahangiri @author.hollyjahangirihttps://jahangiri.us/2020Yoked - MAC Woods @mac_since1985To Nowhere and Blue Balloon - Ruth Key Cherry Creek - Andrew Gilman @andrewmorrisgilmanReturn to the Sea - Abagail Pappas @actually_belleMy Power - Sydney Aerin @sydneysometimesWhat He'd Done - David Jennings @DJennPhotosdavidjenningsartinphotographyandpoetry.comNew Year's Musings - Rachel Waters @rachelwaters.cohttps://rachelwaters.co/poet/If you'd like to submit a poem for consideration for Volume Eight of Behind the Rain (releasing April 15, 2024), visit okiebookcast.com/behindtherain for details. Submission deadline is March 15! Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:25:15

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Where the Red Fern Grows - Pages to Pictures w/ Betsey Kulakowski

1/9/2024
I'm joined by author and podcaster, Betsey Kulakowski, to talk about the 1974 film adaptation of an Oklahoma classic - Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls. We talk about the book and the film and ways in which the movie got it "right" and a place or two where it might have missed the mark. Spoiler alert, I've got some strong thoughts on that front. If you love the book and / or the film, you'll love this conversation. If you haven't read or seen it, you're going to want to by the time we're through. Check it out and let us know what we got right (or wrong). Connect with Betsey: website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Unfreakingbelieveable Podcast: Instagram Purchase Where the Red Fern Grows Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:43:29

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Storytelling and Comics w/ Buck Berlin from New World Comics

1/2/2024
Welcome to Chapter 56! Today I get to introduce you to the owner of one of the great comic shops in Oklahoma - Buck Berlin from New World Comics in OKC. New World has been a fixture in Oklahoma City for decades and Buck has been its owner and chaos coordinator for the last couple of those. In our conversation we cover: Connect with Buck at New World Comics: Facebook New World Comic Con: website Titles and Creators Mentioned on the Show: Watchmen - Alan Moore Maus - Art Spiegelman Charles Martin / Literati Press Glamorella’s Daughter - Charles Martin and Jerry Bennett Heathen - Natasha Alterici The Black-Jack Demon - Nick Hermes We Promised Utopia Scud the Disposable Assassin - Harmon, Carter, Schrab, Grey Arsenic Lullaby Daniel Warren Johnson Kyle Starks Stan Lee Characters Mentioned on the Show: Superman Batman The Crow Blade XMen Spiderman Captain America Mr. Fantastic / Fantastic Four Guardians of the Galaxy Red Tornado Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:39:11

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Your Next Great Read - Book Recommendations and Talk with J and Hannah

12/26/2023
It's the December 2023 edition of Your Next Great Read! This is a special one as Hannah and I are actually recording in the same room for the first time. We don't have a guest for this episode, but we do talk about our favorite three books of 2023 in addition to our usual conversation. Connect with Hannah: website | Twitter | Instagram Recommendations: Hannah A Court of Thorns and Roses - Sarah J. Maas Iron Flame - Rebecca Yarros One Day in December - Josie Silver Love and Other Words - Christina Lauren Hannah's 2023 Top 3: Black Sheep - Rachel Harrison Local Woman Missing - Mary Kubica Fourth Wing - Rebecca Yarros J Worth Dying For - Lee Child Horrorstor - Grady Hendrix The Lost Cause - Cory Doctorow Dogs of War - Adrian Tchaikovsky J's 2023 Top 3: Piranesi - Susanna Clarke Shutter - Ramona Emerson The Long and Faraway Gone - Lou Berney Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:45:30

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The Life of a Small Publisher w/ Casie Dodd from Belle Point Press

12/19/2023
My guest for Chapter 55 is Casie Dodd. Casie is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma but now lives in Fort Smith, Arkansas with her husband and two children. Her work has appeared in This Land, Oxford American, Image, Arkansas Review, and other journals. Casie is the founder and publisher of Belle Point Press, a fantastic independent press that has published several books from Oklahoma authors and poets, including Ben Myers, Damon McKinney, and Rob Roensch. In our conversation, we talk about the origins of Belle Point Press and its mission and heartbeat. We also talk about the advantages and challenges of small presses and about Casie’s work, as well as that of many others. It’s a great look behind the curtain of publishing from the perspective of a small press. Connect with Casie: writing website | Belle Point Press website | Substack | Instagram Mentioned on the show: Mid-South Anthology: Ben MyersBeer Breath Kisses - Damon McKinney In the Morning, The City Is the Prairie - Rob Roensch Deep Vellum Books Headless John the Baptist Hitchhiking: Poems - C.T. Salazar Night Angler - Geffrey Davis Hub City Press Cleave - tiana nobile Texas Review Press Bull City Press The End of the Affair - Graham Greene Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:41:24

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Adapting A Christmas Carol - Pages to Pictures w/ Luke Swanson

12/12/2023
I'm joined by author Luke Swanson to talk about our favorite adaptation of Charles Dickens' 1843 classic, A Christmas Carol. Not to give it away, but Kermit may be involved. We talk about the book and the film and look at faithfulness and changes - including all of the music. If you're a fan of the story or the film, you're going to love the conversation. If you've never seen the movie, you'll be looking for it as soon as you finish listening. Check it out and let us know what we got right (or wrong). Connect with Luke: website | Instagram | TikTok Grab Luke's new book - Curtains on a Christmas Carol Purchase A Christmas Carol Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:45:06

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Storytelling Beyond Genre w/ Shark Heart author, Emily Habeck

12/5/2023
Welcome to Chapter 54! My guest is debut novelist, Emily Habeck, author of Shark Heart: A Love Story. Emily has a BFA in Theater from Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts as well as master’s degrees from Vanderbilt Divinity School and Vanderbilt’s Peabody College. Since it's release in August, Shark Heart has been named a USA Today Bestseller, a Book of the Month selection, a New York Times book review editor’s choice, and was the #1 Indie Next pick for August 2023. She is from Ardmore, Oklahoma and currently lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Connect with Emily: website | Instagram | Twitter Purchase Shark Heart: A Love Story from Bookshop.org Books mentioned on the show: You Could Make This Place Beautiful - Maggie Smith Smile - Sarah Ruhl Bluets - Maggie Nelson Fellowship Point - Alice Elliot Dark Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:47:34

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Your Next Great Read - Book Recommendations and Talk with J, Hannah, and Lydia Filiou

11/28/2023
Welcome to Your Next Great Read! We're taking an international spin this month with our special guest, Lydia Filiou, who oversees the Translated Fiction Book Club in Oklahoma City. Translated Fiction meets once a month at a local bookshop in town to discuss a work translated into English. You can find out more about the club, including upcoming books for discussion on their Instagram: @translatedokc. Lydia Filiou Battle Royale - Koushun Takami Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit - Jeanette Winterson The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins Notes of a Crocodile - Qiu Miaojin Hannah The Only One Left - Riley Sager Everyone Here is Lying - Shari Lapena Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing: A Memoir - Matthew Perry The Vegetarian - Han Kang J The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny, and Murder - David Grann The Balloon Hunter - Hugh Howey and Elinor Taylor Red Sneaker Writers series - William Bernhardt The Remembrance of Earth’s Past Trilogy - Liu Cixin Other books mentioned Elena Knows - Claudia Piniero Death and the Penguin - Andrey Kurkov Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead - Olga Tokarczuk Silo series - Hugh Howey Sand series - Hugh Howey A Stranger in the House - Shari Lapena The Couple Next Door - Shari Lapena Hurricane Season - Fernanda Melchor Seasons of Migration to the North - Tayeb Salih Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:56:47

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Sharing OKC with the World - Author Rob Roensch

11/21/2023
Welcome to Chapter 53 of the Okie Bookcast! My guest is Rob Roensch, Rob is an award-winning author of short fiction and author of three books, including his latest, In the Morning, the City is the Prairie. In addition to his writing, Rob teaches at Oklahoma City University. In our conversation, we talk about Rob’s new book, setting books in Oklahoma City, and using description and dialog to generate and maintain momentum through a book. We also talk about the author Rob would most like to take to Sonic. Connect with Rob: website | Twitter Our reviewer, Sydney Aerin, should be a familiar voice. Sydney contributed a review back in Chapter 48 and her poetry has been featured in Volumes 5 and 6 of Behind the Rain, our audio anthology of Oklahoma Poetry. Sydney is a licensed therapist who is passionate about mental health education, disability awareness, and equality for all. You can find Sydney's performance and publication information on her Instagram @sydneysometimes. Sydney is reviewing a book by another Oklahoma poet - Mr. Monday Morning's Broken Songs and Testimonies by Durell Carter. Mentioned on the Show: Belle Point Press The Long and Faraway Gone - Lou Berney Boom Town - Sam Anderson The Moviegoer - Walker Percy Edisto - Padgett Powell Annie John - Jamaica Kinkaid The Chocolate War - Robert Cormier Walden - Henry David Thoreau Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:35:19

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Adapting Murder on the Orient Express (1974) - Pages to Pictures w/ guest, Jamie Ray

11/14/2023
We're talking about the 1974 adaptation of Agatha Christi's Murder on the Orient Express. I'm joined by Jamie Ray, host of Fave Five From Fans, to talk about the book and the film adaptation. What did they get right? What got changed? Which actors nailed the characters and which might have missed (our interpretation of) the mark? If you've never read or seen Murder on the Orient Express, we'll give you plenty to whet your appetite and talk about whether you should read the book or watch the film first. If you're a fan, listen along and let us know where we got it right (or wrong). We also try to avoid spoilers and we do not give away the ending. Connect with Jamie: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Purchase Murder on the Orient Express Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:47:12

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Raising Awareness through Fiction - Vanessa Lillie

11/7/2023
Welcome to Chapter 52! My guest is Vanessa LIllie. Vanessa is the best-selling author of the thrillers Little Voices and For the Best. She also co-authored the instant bestselling Audible Original Young Rich Widows. Her latest novel, titled Blood Sisters, released October 31st, and is the first in a new series with missing and murdered indigenous women at the heart of the stories. Vanessa is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma living on Narragansett land in Rhode Island. In addition to her writing, she also hosts an Instagram Live show where she talks with crime fiction authors. In our conversation, we talk about Vanessa’s new novel and why it was important to her to set it in Northeast Oklahoma. We also talk about writing for audio versus writing for the page and why she finds it important to support the work of other authors. Connect with Vanessa: Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Mentioned on the show: Never Whistle at Night: An Indigenous Dark Fiction Anthology And Then She Fell - Alicia Elliot Bad Cree - Jessica Johns Sisters of the Lost Nation - Nick Medina Man Made Monsters - Andrea L. Rogers Tommy Orange Stephen Graham Jones Firekeeper’s Daughter - Angeline Boulley Anne of Green Gables - L. M. Montgomery Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:39:04

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Your Next Great Read - Book Recommendation and Talk with J, Hannah, and author S.A. Barnes (Stacey Kade)

10/31/2023
It's a deluxe edition of Your Next Great Read! Our guest is S.A.Barnes (Stacey Kade), author of Dead Silence - one of J and Hannah's favorite reads of the last couple of years. In addition to our dozen recommendations, we talk about including the COVID-19 pandemic in fiction and the progression of fan fiction authors in publishing. We also talk about another dozen or so books in the process of our recommendations. Best of luck to your TBR pile! Connect with SA (Stacey): website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Connect with Hannah: website | Twitter | Instagram Recommendations: Stacey The Death of Us - Lori Rader-Day Whalefall - Daniel Kraus Black Sheep - Rachel Harrison Tangled Planet - Kate Blair Famous Last Words - Katie Alender Hannah The Minds of Billy Milligan - Daniel Keyes Holly - Steven King The Love Hypothesis - Ali Hazelwood Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief - Rick Riordan J Fractal Noise - Christopher Paolini Dark Ride - Lou Berney The Android’s Dream - John Scalzi The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe - C.S. Lewis All of the extra books Dead Silence - S.A. Barnes Ghost Station - S.A. Barnes The Black Hour - Lori RaderDay To Sleep in a Sea of Stars - Christopher Paolini Paradise-1 - David Wellington Flowers for Algernon - David Keyes The Long and Faraway Gone - Lou Berney Redshirts - John Scalzi Mr. Mercedes - Steven King The Return - Rachel Harrison Children of Time - Adrian Tchaikovsky The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo - Taylor Jenkins Reid Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:01:07:45

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Killers of the Flower Moon - Adapting Book to Film

10/24/2023
Something a little different for this episode. I'm joined by Garret Castleberry and Scott McMurry from the Special Topics in Media podcast to talk about the film version of Killers of the Flower Moon and how it works as an adaptation of David Grann's book. We talk a lot about different elements and how they compare between the two versions and ultimately answer the question of whether someone should read the book or watch the film first. This is Part One of our conversation. Part Two focuses on an analysis of the film itself and will be posted to the Special Topics in Media feed soon. Special Topics in Media: Facebook | Listen to the show For further reading: Killers of the Flower Moon - David Grann Rich Indians: Native People and the Problem of Wealth in American History - Alexandra Harmon Oklahoma's Poor Rich Indians - Bonnin, Fabens, and Sniffen (1924) Connect with J: website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Shop the Bookcast on Bookshop.org Music by JuliusH

Duration:00:57:35