The pals discuss a Scholastic Book Fair staple that spooked a generation of readers.
The pals discuss the classic Universal monsters (and other silver age horror films) and the books that inspired them.
The yeeks take a break from books to talk about some of their favorite movies and games to enjoy around Halloween.
The pals discuss the scariest books they've ever read.
The pals load another classic into the cannon. Will Fences be shot into the sea or returned to the canon?
The pals discuss literary books that introduce single breaks with reality or rely on extended metaphor.
What causes the pals to give up on a book before finishing it to completion (as Aaron so eloquently phrases it)?
The pals share the books they've been reading. Books touched on: The Trauma of Everyday Life, by Mark Epstein; How to Be an Anti-Racist, by Ibram X. Kendi; Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nahesi Coates; The Boy, by Tami Hoag; F*ckface, by Leah Hampton; Strange Adventures, by Tom King and Mitch Gerads; The Ludocrats, by Kieron Gillen and Jim Rossignol.
The pals share their stories that are not nearly as good as Bonnie's.
We read and respond to listener mail.