Three Percent #56: Apple-azon, Marias, and the Possibility of Love

This week’s podcast is a bit of a hodge-podge: We start out talking about the concept of selling used ebooks, then Tom gets to express his admiration for Javier Marias’s new novel, The Infatuations, and Marias in general, and finally we talk about Houellebecq, which, as can only be expected, is controversial. Oh, and there is some talk about the NCAA Tournament. Naturally.

This week’s music is Harlem by New Politics, which is kind of a perfect podcast song . . .

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