Episode 201: Postmodernism for Creative Writers
Episode 201 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, or right click here to download. In this week’s episode, I present my lecture, Postmodernism for Creative Writers. TEXTS DISCUSSED NOTES Check out the music of The Intoxicators! _______ Episode 201 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and… Continue readingAristotle, Carol Maso, Cate McGowan, Consider the Lobster, David Foster Wallace, Everything Burned, Everything Ravaged, Frederic Jameson, Friends, Infinite Jest, John Barth, John Fowles, Jonathan Saffron Foer, rick moody, Seinfeld, The Floating Opera, The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Thomas Pynchon, Wells Tower
21st Century Brontë #9: The Dance Macabre
21st Century Brontë #9 by Brontë Bettencourt The Dance Macabre Last fall, I couldn’t step into the University of Central Florida’s Anime club without stumbling into an Undertale conversation. This unassuming 16-bit indie game (8-bit in combat) took the gaming community by storm in under a month, earning numerous awards proclaiming it the best game… Continue reading
Episode 55: Bruce Janz!
Episode 55 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, or right click here to download. On this week’s show, I talk to the philosopher Bruce Janz, Plus Robert Jacobs shares his Facebook posts. TEXTS DISCUSSED Check out Keith B. Harder’s Children of Icarus series here. NOTES See our kickstarter campaign to travel to Weeki… Continue reading
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