Three Percent #132: Women in Translation Month, Genres, Co-opting a Style, and Garbage Plates
On this episode of the Three Percent Podcast, Chad and Tom talk about Peter Straub’s 2010 article about genre, the existence (or not) of translation as a genre, Hudson Bookstore’s attempt to co-op the indie bookstore “ethos,” and this stupid infographic. They also touch on Women in Translation month (with promises of future data to analyze), and the Rochester Plates promotion.
This week’s music is Destroy This Poem by Hallelujah the Hills.
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