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Literary Disco

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Writers talk about reading. Hosted by Tod Goldberg, Julia Pistell, and Rider Strong.

Customer Reviews

I gave them a chance, you should too... Or maybe I'll punch you in the esophagus.

I never thought listening to criticism about books I was unfamiliar with could be so entertaining. With a familiar voice from my childhood Rider Strong drew me in and introduced me to a wonderful group of intelligent people I had never heard but whose opinions I easily appreciated! I'm excited to hear more!

We get it - you're smart!

Pretentious and not funny. I listen to a lot of podcasts on literature, but this one is unlistenable. I gave it a shot - about ten episodes, but I don't see the appeal. I randomly picked an episode today to give the podcast another shot to hear Tod say when Ryan Seacrest interviewed the Olympic athletes, he wanted to take a sh** on his television. Later they were talking about David Benioff, the Creator of the Game of Thrones HBO show and how although that was great, he also produced Troy and Wolverine which were not good movies. This coming from someone who starred in Cabin Fever and Penthouse. Ever heard of those gems.
I can listen to inane banter if there is eventually going to be a book recommendation that interests me, but out of 10 episodes, I have not taken their recommendation for any books. Just not for me.

More comedy than literary

Getting a bit snooty and shallow - just making fun of things. Two big egos not letting Julia get a word in edgewise.

Literary Disco
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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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