Synopsis: Charlie Lovett’s The Lost Book of the Grail is a story about Arthurian legend, the Holy Grail, medieval architecture and manuscripts, and questions of faith. Lovett talks about all of this, as well as his drafting process, how he’s able to keep track of hundreds of years worth of research, and his constant battle […]Listen Now "S3E12 – Charlie Lovett, THE LOST BOOK OF THE GRAIL"
Today on the podcast, Netflix’s Iron Fist, the controversy surrounding its protagonist, and its lukewarm reviews. Also: the landscape of high-quality production and story telling is moving to TV, Disney’s live action Beauty and the Beast; did they improve on the problematic original story? And the confusing world of X-Men and Star Trek movie timelines.Listen Now "78: Iron Fist Controversy"
Today on the podcast, Michael discusses with Alex what possibly could be the six billionth iPhone 8 rumour. And for those Nintendo fans, a quick update on the success of the Switch launch and some of the potential hardware issues that have come up since release day.Listen Now "77: The Six Billionth iPhone Rumour"
Today on the podcast, Michael shows up with his brand new Nintendo Switch. Has Nintendo met and exceeded expectations with this product? Can it recapture the magic of the Nintendo of old? And will we see a technological convergence between the home and mobile gaming world across the entire industry?Listen Now "76: Fun Is Back at Nintendo"
Synopsis: Claire Fuller discusses her new novel, Swimming Lessons, and the dysfunctional family dynamics within. She also talks about the societal pressures of child-rearing, sisterly relationships, how her writing group helped shape her novel, her love of the editing process, and what it was like to write her first novel after turning 40. This episode […]Listen Now "S3E11 – Claire Fuller, SWIMMING LESSONS"