Manage episode 197996762 series 1394059
In which we discuss,
along with, among other things…
- “The True Glamour of Clarice Lispector” by Benjamin Moser, The New Yorker
- “Not the Word, but the Thing Itself”, a profile in The Nation by Ava Kofman
- Kristen Roupenian on the Self-Deceptions of Dating, an interview in The New Yorker.
- @Kroupernian on Twitter
Time and Music and Other such
- A Sveglia clock
- A tribute to that one character Lorne, from Angel
- Carmen Maria Machado, in our Pocket Interview No. 4
- The Silence in Doctor Who
- This quote from Nausea by Jean-Paul Sartre: “Things are divorced from their names. They are there, grotesque, headstrong, gigantic, and it seems ridiculous
- The song, In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (youtube), and a review from Spin of the album’s 20th anniversary.
- The Flower Sermon, in which is communicated the nature of suchness, and to which Chris is probably referring when he’s attempting to remember what Buddha said about flowers.
- “Ten Years Later, the ‘Sopranos’ Finale is Still Revolutionary” from The Ringer
- The Speculative Dread of ‘Black Mirror’ by Giles Harvey in The New Yorker
- Mallory Ortberg’s review, in the form of a tweet, of Black Mirror
- That one episode of Storyological in which we discussed “The Jewish Hunter” by Lorrie Moore
- A review of season two of The Crown, in which that one super sexy episode.
- The Most Human Human
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