Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Reading Envy 078: Small Towns in the Second Person

EA Mann, author of One American Robin, joins Jenny in the Reading Envy pub for a chat about books. We discovered a bizarre theme of books written in the second person. We thought it was rare, but perhaps not? Stay tuned for a mid-podcast announcement!

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Books discussed:

The Odd Sea by Frederick Reiken
The Never-Open Desert Diner by James Anderson
Eventide by Kent Haruf
Treats: A Collection of Short Stories by Lara Williams
Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell
Ground Zero, Nagasaki: Stories by Seirai Yuichi, translated by Paul Warham

Other mentions:

24in48 readathon
Michael Kindness and Books on the Nightstand podcast
The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
Plainsong by Kent Haruf
Benediction by Kent Haruf
Empire Falls by Richard Russo
A Land More Kind than Home by Wiley Cash
Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf
Republic of Consciousness Prize
Diaries by George Orwell
Nickled and Dimed by Barbara Ehrereich
Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding by Jackie Copleton
Scratch: Writers, Money, and the Art of Making a Living edited by Manjula Martin
Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move by Reece Jones
Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller

Related Episodes:
Episode 075 - After the Year We've Had (Best of 2016)
Episode 007 - Top Secret Dance-Off with guest Seth Wilson (discussion of Orwell diaries)

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EA is @EAMann on Litsy

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