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The podcast where great writing meets guilty pleasure.

The podcast where great writing meets guilty pleasure.
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United States

Description:

The podcast where great writing meets guilty pleasure.

Twitter:

@LAPCtwits

Language:

English

Contact:

912-429-1715


Episodes

The Tenth Day of Crystal

12/22/2017
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Vampires! Accountants! TWO outtakes!! It must be the 10th Day of Crystal!

Duration:00:11:12

The Ninth Day of Crystal

12/20/2017
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Cloud Atlas is one of the most ambitious novels in genre fiction. We discuss it and the movie adaptation. Pour some eggnog and listen along.

Duration:00:11:15

The Eighth Day of Crystal

12/19/2017
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A self-published gem, Asteroid Made of Dragons, is our eighth book in the 12 Days of Crystal. Yes: we said "self-published" and "gem" together in the same sentence.

Duration:00:10:10

The Fourth Day of Crystal

12/15/2017
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The F-bomber is loaded for this one. Get into the holiday spirit with some zen and swearing. You'll love it. We promise.

Duration:00:08:40

The Third Day of Crystal

12/14/2017
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On the Third Day of Crystal, we face the Apocalypse. As one does.

Duration:00:11:45

The First Day of Crystal

12/12/2017
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We are back!! After a long hiatus, we return with the "12 Days of Crystal," and the first order of business is to clean up some loose ends with Margaret Atwood.

Duration:00:22:47

Episode 18: Alternatives and Audiobooks

10/4/2016
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William DeMerrit joins the podcast. The actor and voice actor recently narrated Ben H. Winters' "Underground Airlines." Before we speak to him, we review Winters' book and its spiritual predecessor, Octavia Butler's "Kindred."

Duration:00:54:30

Episode 15: Getting Mooned, Part 2

7/26/2016
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Crystal and Scott return to Neil Stephenson's "Seveneves," this time with all the spoilers in tow. This is the episode for people who have read the book or hate surprises.

Duration:00:33:06

Episode 13: Where There's Smoke

7/12/2016
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It's hot in July, the perfect month to talk about "The Fireman," by Joe Hill. It's an Apocalypse in Progress book (AIP) and it's a great summer read. Unless your air conditioning is out.

Duration:00:19:02

Episode 12: Getting Mooned

7/3/2016
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Crystal and Scott embark on a temporary weekly format with a look at our Summer Book Club entry, "Seveneves" in a spoiler-free review.

Episode 10: Constructive Criticism

5/6/2016
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It's time to be critical. We talk about criticism, talk with a critic and talk about handling criticism. And we announce our summer book club. That, too.

Duration:01:13:10

Episode 3: Nerd Wars & Long Boxes

10/4/2015
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This month, we look at the fallout of the Hugo Awards, science fiction's Pulitzer Prize. Then we discuss book deals and the roles of traditional and e-publishing. Finally, guest Chris Brennaman joins us to explore the role of comic books in literature.

Duration:04:09:29

Announcement 8/5/15

8/2/2015
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We upgraded our equipment!!

Duration:00:06:52

Literally Bonus: Atticus

7/22/2015
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"Go Set a Watchman" is the literary release of the summer. For "Literally" creator Scott Garner and his son Atticus, it hits close to home.

Duration:00:14:00

Literally Ep1, Pt 1: Will McIntosh

2/2/2015
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Will McIntosh took a bold step when he quit his tenured university job to write science fiction full time. So far, it's paying off.

Duration:00:19:27

Literally Audio Book Report: Defenders

1/17/2015
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Our "Audio Book Report" of Will McIntosh's novel "Defenders." Hear our interview with the author on Episode 1, due Feb. 3.

Duration:00:05:59

Literally, A Podcast Episode 0

1/4/2015
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Meet Scott Garner and Wendy Norman. They're average folks with day jobs and busy lives. They also like to read and studied English in college. They believe in a mix of great writing and page-turning plot. This is their introduction to you. More to come.

Duration:00:38:37