On today's special funding drive episode of Books For Breakfast, we three talked about CFRU, Don Delillo, Adam Gopnik, Aquaman, and Seth. In addition, we were joined by Tristan, who spoke to us about an upcoming event with Michael Parenti. It was fun! Listen in.
On today's episode of Books For Breakfast, we previewed the Guelph edition of Adam Gopnik's Massey Lecture, reviewed Patrick DeWitt's "The Sisters Brothers", chatted at length with local zinester and all around good guy Julian Loosecannon, and encouraged you to come to tonight's "Editing As Cultural Practice" event, featuring b4b hero Robert Bringhurst.
Well, by now it should be perfectly clear to everybody that we aren’t exactly diligent bloggers (is anybody?). Our new motto: simplify!
Please do go ahead and listen to today’s episode, in which we further explained the bizarro world of discount books, directed you to tonight’s “Thrilling Evening” event, spoke to photographer Mark Zelinski, and caught up with Barb Minnett! We also talked awkwardly about Nicholson Baker’s sexromp, “House Of Holes”, and gave you some early thoughts on Don Delillo’s upcoming collection of short stories, “The Angel Esmerelda”. All in all, a good’un.
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