Jun 14, 2019
This episode we talk about a very recent short story by an up and coming Brazilian author, Geovani Martins!
It's a very... wild conversation, one might say. We reflect on disabilities, police violence and marginalization in Brazil. Slightly shorter, but in incredibly important discussion!
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May 15, 2019
CW: blood, violence, suicide, trauma, ptsd
That out of the way, be warned, it's a somber and intense episode, if a little all over the place! We talked about a short story by Mikhail Bulgakov, The Red Crown!
In it we discuss fragility of human beings, trauma, madness and war. It was a complicated and difficult...
May 1, 2019
In this special, and convenient, May Day episode, we talked about James Joyce's "The Dead"! It's an incredible, and intimate, conversation on how to relate to where you're from, about love and, ultimately... The dead. It's a very fun and personal talk for the both of us, but after all, it's an intimate short story, so...
Apr 11, 2019
This time we talk about the Detective Novel! It's origins, some of it's first manifestations, and the first paradigm of the Analytic Detective! It's a very fun discussion on how violence can be portrayed and we also talk a lot about how detective stories are stupidly popular!
We go to some wild places this time, so sit...
Mar 19, 2019
This time we talk about another short story, but by the renowned Fyodor Dostoyevsky! It is "The Dream of a Ridiculous Man", an incredibly interesting and peculiar reading that leads us to talk about writing, literature, dreams... It's a strange one all right!
We had a lot of fun with this one, despite it being a much...