Three Percent #107: The Lost Episode
A couple weeks ago, Chad and Tom recorded a podcast about a slew of recent events, including ALTA 38, the Albertine Festival, the “New Literature from Europe Festival, Wordstock, and the Texas Book Festival. Unfortunately, that podcast—one of the best ever recorded—had to be tossed because of technical difficulties. So, this week they talked about some of the same stuff and some new stuff (like Jessica Jones).
As a bit of a tease, here’s a list of all the books and stuff they discussed in the “lost epidose”:
Knausgaard’s review of Submission
My Struggle in _You’re the Worst.
The Pushkin Vertigo series
The Fata Morgana Books by Jonathan Littell
The Large Glass by Mario Bellatin
Home by Leila Chudori
Radiant Terminus by Antoine Volodine
Gesell Dome by Guillermo Saccomanno
All the books from Chad’s spring class
And this short film about Mario Bellatin
This week’s music is Seventeen by Sjowgren.
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