Literary Disco

An ArtsLiterature and Comedy podcast
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Writers talk about reading. Hosted by Tod Goldberg, Julia Pistell, and Rider Strong.

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No better way to start the new month than with some of Literary Disco’s classic book games. First, Rider presents “Judge a Book By Its Cover,” where he reads the first lines of a book and Julia and Tod must guess what the book is with no other context. Then, Tod presents a new game, Rock Paper Scissors, where Rider and Julia must decide what is a real poem, lyrics from a pop song, lines from a Ru…
The debut novel from Tommy Orange has been on almost every Best Of 2018 list, but does the Literary Disco trio agree? In this week's episode, Julia, Rider, and Tod discuss the complex and multifaceted approach to identity—and how Orange avoids the usual MFA clichés—as “There, There” follows a collection of Native American characters in the build-up to a powwow in Oakland, California.Learn more ab…
Welcome to a new year, with your favorite literary podcast. We start 2019 with the classic tale of Tarzan.  We all know the story: after the death of his parents a boy is raised by apes, and encounters humans again years later when an expedition enters the jungle. How has this story aged over time? Will Tarzan be Rider's next project? Join Julia, Rider, and Tod this week to find out!Learn more ab…

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Mar 11th, 2012
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Feb 5th, 2019
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