Download or Stream this Episode Coyle and Jordan Poss discuss the Netflix movie “The Highwaymen”, as well as celebrity criminals, lawmen, and democracy. (The worthless inefficiency of the Federal government gets a shout-out too.) Highwaymen[…]
Stream or download this episode. Nathan Gilmour tries to figure out how to think about loyalty, with Michial Farmer and David Grubbs. We go from Huck Finn to Louis C.K. to Falstaff to Jeremiah Wright.[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Holy unbearable whiteness of being, Batman! In today’s episode, Coyle participates in a panel along with Danny Anderson of the Sectarian Review Podcast, and Christopher “Mav” Maverick of the Vox[…]
Stream or download this episode. Michial Farmer talks to Nathan Gilmour, David Grubbs, and special guest Danny Anderson about the 77s’ 1987 self-titled album. J. Edward Keyes on Sticks and Stones.
Download or Stream this Episode Some time in the nineteenth century, somebody decided it was a good idea to move writing out of its prominent place at the apex of the liberal arts education and[…]
This episode is sponsored by the NRSV Comfort Print Bible, from Zondervan. Knowing A short biography, with excerpts from Encyclopedia Brittanica Online Our experiences with Dickinson”s work Reading “Because I could not stop for Death“[…]
Stream or download this episode. This episode is sponsored by the NRSV Comfort Print Bible, from Zondervan. David Grubbs talks to Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about the Anglo-Saxon text “Guthlac A” and Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s[…]
Stream or download this episode. Flannery O’Connor, as our listeners surely know, is one of the most popular and enduring American authors of the twentieth century. Despite the fact that her actual literary output is relatively[…]
Stream or download this episode In our current political moment, much of the broader secular world uses the word “Evangelical” as a shortcut to encompass a number of other identifiers–white, probably at least middle-class, Republican,[…]
Stream or download this episode. Nathan Gilmour talks to Michial Farmer and David Grubbs about the 1999 film The Matrix.