Literary Loitering 95 – The House on Harry Hill

Literary Loitering 95 – The House on Harry Hill

Under normal circumstances (or what passes as normal around here), we’d take our rickety wagon of cultural anarchy and meander along until we found some oddity or weirdness that we could talk about, but at certain points in the time someone else kindly does the job for us.

That’s right. It’s time for one of our favourite annual awards – The Bookseller’s Diagram Prize for the Oddest Book Title of the Year!

But before we get into that there are a few items of note, like Isabella Rossellini’s bizarre “one woman” show that had her sporting novelty gorilla arms (which, contrary to the review we found, we thought sounded amazing), the winner of the Man Booker Prize, and the fact that copies of Wasted: Tales of a Gen X Drunk by Mark Judge (who is a college friend of controversial supreme court judge Brett Kavanaugh), are suddenly very hard to get a hold of …

We end the show with our thoughts on Halcyon by Rio Youers.

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Co-founder of The Geek Show Podcast Network. Chief Editor and Executive Producer of, and tangentially overburdened host/co-presenter of several shows on the network. When I'm not engaged in production, journalistic shenanigans or the quagmire that is media criticism I watch movies, interesting TV shows and anime, I also enjoy the arts (you know, classical music and stuff), write many, many things, play and collect a lot of video games, read lots of manga, comics and books, and generally enjoy wallowing in the mass of entertainment media like a hippo in mud. I can also cook.

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