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October 10, 2012  

Bookrageous Episode 45; Telegraph Avenue

Intro Music; Breaking Free by Nerd Revolt

What We’re Reading


[1:14] Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury

[3:40] People Who Eat Darkness, Richard Lloyd Parry (recommended by Megan Abbott, Dare Me)

[6:05] Dope, Sara Gran

[7:15] Jenn interjects: Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead; Come Closer

[8:40] Rebecca interjects: The Devil and Sherlock Holmes


[9:30] Ask the Passengers, A.S. King, October 23 2012

[11:15] Josh interjects: Books that make us cry? I Married You for Happiness, Lily Tuck

[11:40] Flight Behavior, Barbara Kingsolver, November 6 2012


[13:15] Daring Greatly, Brene Brown; article on Fast Company; TED talk

[16:40] Lucky Peach Issue 4

[17:45] Consider the Fork, Bee Wilson

[18:09] Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell

[18:30] Josh interjects: Grantland


[19:30] Beer Lover’s New England, Norman Miller

[20:40] The Good Beer Guide to New England, Andy Crouch

[21:20] The Great State of Maine Beer Book, Will Anderson

[22:00] The Best American Travel Writing 2012; The Best American Sports Writing 2012; The Best American Non-Required Reading 2012

[25:10] Telegraph Avenue on audio

[25:45] Several Short Sentences About Writing, Verlyn Klinkenborg

Intermission; Up in Here by Big Sam's Funky Nation

Book Club: Telegraph Avenue

[34:00] The A.V. Club review

[1:15:00] Among Others, Jo Walton

Outro; Breaking Free by Nerd Revolt

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