The pals revisiting one of their most popular episodes, reflecting on their MFA experiences and evaluating whether the experience was worth the cost.
The pals draw names then suggest a book for a friend to read.
The pals ring in a milestone by discussing their most and least listened to episodes.
Nico asks the pals if they've ever changed their minds on books they've recommended.
The pals discuss books that include glossaries (or could but don't) due to using made up or esoteric language that the reader may need help understanding. When is it appreciated and helpful and when does it detract from the experience?
The pals discuss recent cases of literary plagiarism. Why does this keep happening? Does anyone actually care?
The pals all read Cormac McCarthy's literary post-apocalyptic The Road and discuss whether it deserves immortalization in the first entry in our rebooted Canon or Cannon.
The pals discuss the pleasure of opening a book and seeing a map.
The pals read the short story "Escape from Spiderhead" by George Saunders then watched the Netflix adaption. How do the two compare? Read and watch then tune in.
The pals discuss the practice of assigning summer reading in school and share their approaches to reading in the summer. Nico talks about a book he is reading.