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Best DQBTalkBooks podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best DQBTalkBooks podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
Updated December 2019
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We are four LGBT book lovers in West Virginia looking for an excuse to expand our literary horizons. To that end, we made a list of genres and sub-genres. Some we are familiar with, some will be alien territory. Each month, we’ll read a book from a different category and present our thoughts in podcast form. Welcome to Drunk, Queer Bitches Talk Books.
Four LGBT friends bring you our take on a different book each month... while drinking.
In honor of Banned Books Week 2018, we discuss one of the American Library Association's most frequently banned and challenged books, Robert Cormier's 'The Chocolate War.' Join us as Jared mistakes Jesus Christ for a high school senior, Tony disappoints his family, and we are all very subtle about our feelings regarding certain characters.…
In this second half of our discussion of An Unsuitable Job for a Woman, Erin recalls a tale from high school English class, Mk magically reappears, and Adam talks about Agatha Christie a lot.By DQBTalkBooks
In our drunkest episode to date, we gather to discuss 'An Unsuitable Job for a Woman' by P.D. James. In his final appearance as one of the Usual Bitches, Adam alienates all of our listeners, then Tony has an interesting story about blood, and Mk vanishes between segments.By DQBTalkBooks
The second half of our Ramona Blue episode has us playing lesbian bingo and doing a lot of shipping and pitching some fanfics. We also solve the Bi Problem in under 20 minutes.By DQBTalkBooks
In this episode, Usual Bitches Erin and Adam are joined by Special Bisexual Consultant Mk to discuss 'Ramona Blue' by Julie Murphy. In part one, Erin decides she's dating one of the characters in her head, Mk can't remember which characters are in or out of the closet, and Adam had a very strong opinion about our protagonist's sister.…
Part 2 of our discussion of The Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman, where we continue to revel in the horrors of this period of Canadian history, speculate on/wish for events after the ending, and discuss ways this story connects to small parts of our own experiences.By DQBTalkBooks
In this first part of our discussion of The Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman, Jared explains the very scientific process we used to select this month's book. We also learn horrifying things about the Canadian orphanage system of the 1950's, and we just... have a lot of feelings.By DQBTalkBooks
Part Two of our discussion of two books with important social themes. Erin is shocked her book is still so relevant despite when it was written. Adam recounts the tale of the Great Tumblr Unfollowing of 2016. Mike provides some feedback on the discussion. And, unfortunately, no one solves America's gun problem.…
For March, we decided to try something different, and paired off to swap books. Here is part one of our episode about two books with important social themes: "The Hate U Give" and "Give a Boy a Gun." In this episode, Adam voluntarily brings his current and former boyfriends into the same room, Erin gets annoyed by a fake number, and later, Adam ...…
Part Two of our discussion of "The Golden Barbarian" Tony admits to reading "those stories" online Adam overshares about what this book did not provide him Jared laments the ship that we all wanted to see sail Erin wishes characters would just talk to each other dammit! And everyone misses when the biggest flaw in our male protagonist was his d ...…
We begin our discussion of Iris Johansen's "The Golden Barbarian" *Adam hosts the episode with his most sultry voice *Jared objects to some word choices *Tony can't keep his fictional cities straight *Erin hates men, but loves pigeons *And everybody fails middle school geographyBy DQBTalkBooks
We finish our discussion of "Consider Phlebas" by Iain M. Banks.In this episode:Tony name drops his favorite sci-fi authorsErin does not appreciate one character's endingAdam thinks up some character ships that the other's missedJared makes plans to construct his own Culture warshipAnd everyone hopes our author treated female characters better ...…
We discuss "Consider Phlebas" by Iain M. Banks. In this episode:Tony attempts to defend his hard-earned nerd cardJared reminds us that he controls the editingAdam revels in the "uniform ridiculousness" of the book's Damage game playersErin finds lesbian subtext that even the male gays can seeAnd, everyone has stern words for our book's main cha ...…