Two Month Review: #5.09: FOX by Dubravka Ugresic (“The Fox’s Widow”)
Ryan Chapman (Conversation Sparks, Riots I Have Known) came on this week to talk about the final section of Dubravka Ugresic’s Fox. They discuss “business class vs. economy class” writers, authenticity and performing in the role of a writer, Franzen, the overall genius of Ugresic’s writing, and much more. It’s a very thoughtful final episode, enthused about having completed the project, yet sad to be leaving this world.
You can watch the video recording of this episode on YouTube, and while you’re there, subscribe to the Two Month Review channel and stayed tuned for the next broadcast, which will welcome Dubravka herself!
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This week’s intro music is “Unless It’s Kicks” by Okkervil River, with the theme music of Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco taking us out. (Can not wait to forget all of these Michael J. Fox movies.)