By Bob LeDrew
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One fan's attempt to do some analysis of Stephen King's fiction, non-fiction and poetry. From Carrie to the top of the Dark Tower, King is a huge presence in the marketplace. But what does his work tell us about ourselves? And what will last of his work?
||Kingcast 2.13: Confinement and isolation part 2||In Part 2 of my thoughts about the role of isolation and confinement, I take a slightly deeper dive into a few of King’s works that center on isolation and confinement: Gerald’s Game, Misery, and The Long Walk. These three works, perhaps more||8/18/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Kingcast 2.12 — Confinement and isolation, part 1.||Yes, the podcast is late. Would you believe… I was locked in a portapotty? Handcuffed to a bed? Trapped in a house with a psychotic nurse? This episode is about confinement and isolation. From Carrie White’s closet to Under the Dome, thereR||8/12/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Kingcast 2.11: Reelin’ in the Years — King chronologically part 1.||Listener and commenter Tom Leroux was kind enough to put an idea in my head. Why not go through the King bibliography chronologically. So here we go. This is not the first time someone has done this: the folks at Cemetery Dance have been carrying on with||7/27/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Kingcast 2.10: Collecting (my thoughts) with Kevin Waters||Episode 2.10 is the first of a periodic series I hope to have on the show that I’ll call “The Collectors.” I’m interested in the phenomenon of collecting, and particularly of Stephen King collectors. My first guest on this segment||7/20/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 2.9: Stephen King and the error-prone ourobouros||Episode 2.9 of The Kingcast takes a look at two things that people comment on frequently when it comes to Stephen King’s fiction: errors or anachronisms that pop up, and the fact that he frequently writes about characters in circumstances quite simi||7/13/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Kingcast 2.8: Stephen King’s 1970s and the “real” 1970s||This time on the Kingcast, we delve into the political history of the decade that forged Stephen King’s career as a writer: the 1970s. From Three Mile Island to The Stand to Watergate to Firestarter to George Wallace to The Dead Zone, there’s||7/6/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Kingcast 2.7: Eclectic Goods makes art for your feet||Episode 2.7 of the Kingcast is here, with an interview with Jaquan and Nicole Robinson of Eclectic Goods. This couple make fantastic wearable art that could show your love of Uncle Stevie to the whole wide world. Check this out: Nicole and Jaquan a||6/29/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
Bob is knows his Stephen King! Very concise. Interviewing specialists in fields concerning topics frequently discussed in King's books. Keep up the good work Bob!
Matt, Stephen King FanCast
Some good podcasts
I enjoyed the podcast with the director of the Everything's Eventual dollar baby movie and thought the interview with the artist who sung a version of Barn Dance from Bag of Bones was pretty good.
Maybe it is just that my interests are more into books or music and movies but the interview with the lady who specializes in mentally handicapped people was pretty bad.
This podcast while interesting doesnt really discuss Kings works or the man himself for the most part and I think if at least half the podcast did do that it would be far better.
Just my opinion of course.
Excellent Thought-provoking Podcast
An excellent podcast with good insight into King and his works. It features great interviews with those directly and indirectly related to King's output in various mediums as well as thought provoking comments from the host. The podcast will also keep you up with all the latest news on what is transpiring in the world of Stephen King, including productions in various media - movies, TV, graphic novels and even music. Best of all while not taking a pop-culture junk food angle on King's work neither does the podcast take a highly lieterary viewpoint. Approaching things smack dab in the middle as books that are fun and enjoyable to read for the masses but contain content and craft that is worth exploring intellectually and emotionally is just the right way to examine King. Download and enjoy this unique podcast on the world's best selling author of books for adults!