Stupidity vs. sexism, bad poetry, and writing cliches are the topics du jour on this, our latest smarmy bitchfest.
Special Guest Patrick Wensink discusses the pros and cons of having a best-selling novel, as well as his controversial Salon article on the same.
The podcast crew talks about their reading habits: Binge-reading, skipping to the end, reading more than one book at once. Plus other stuff. And maybe a sexy photo contest?
Discussing everyone's favorite non-controversial writers: Bret Easton Ellis and Orson Scott Card! New books we're reading! Publishing insight from literary agent Bree Ogden!
Racist children's books! Moralizing ultraconservatives! Stories we never need to see again! Plus, bonus insight from guest host Joshua Mohr!
The gang is back to normal and ready to take on the "Church" of Scientology, the pros and cons of clone sex, and the scourge of geeks everywhere-- spoilers!
Sleepy, cranky and behind schedule, we take on writing resolutions as well as each other.
We welcome special guest, 'The Contortionist's Handbook' and 'Dermaphoria' author Craig Clevenger! We play 'Where's Craig's New Book?,' discuss unsexy sex scenes, and answer the question: Should you write for free?
The gang discover the secret to podcasting: more sex talk! Also: the iTunes bookstore hates vaginas, another crazy person gets a LitReactor tattoo, Neil deGrasse Tyson, 'As She Climbed Across The Table' by Lethem, Writers' blogs, and the internet as time-suck.
In Episode 2 the team mask their rage and politely discuss Sandy relief for independents, ass-wiping with "Fifty Shades," The Tobermory Cat, "Book of the New Sun," Ian Sinclair, the Parker novels, and the dreaded book-to-film adaptation.