Three Percent #171: Can We Go a Week Without an Award Controversy?

This week’s podcast is about two kerfuffles: the Booker Prize one and the one between King County Library and Macmillan. There’s also some discussion as to why UK book culture allows for critique and small voices to be heard (vs. the American way in which everything is fine), Chad goes on and on about On Becoming a God in Central Florida, Tom inadvertently recommends The Invented Part, and everyone sounds tired and beatdown. Enjoy!

This week’s music is “Stars Are the Light” by Moon Duo from the album of the same name.

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