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AT LAST! Dawn and Alan have a virtual mug of coffee together after what seems like forever to talk about Stephen King's It. During the discussion we get confused about Pennywise's gender pronouns and how to refer to him/her/it, as well as our usual meandering discussion.

Altri episodi di "Pennywise Dreadful: The Journal of Stephen King Studies"

  • Pennywise Dreadful: The Journal of Stephen King Studies podcast

    Library Policeman

    1:41:15

    Alan and Dawn talk about the 3rd of the novella's in the Four Past Midnight Collection, The Library Policeman. EXPLICIT REFERENCES TO CHILD SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THIS RECORDING Rights to the music introduction remain the property of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
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    Secret Window, Secret Garden

    1:10:07

    Alan and Dawn take a very laid back approach to King's Secret Window, Secret Garden. Music remains the property of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Photography the right of Pennywise Dreadful Advertisement for 50 Shades of Grey read by Gilbert Gottfried is external and Pennywise Dreadful has no rights to this content.
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    The Langoliers

    1:04:12

    Alan and Dawn socially distance their coffee meeting to discuss the Langoliers, the first in the Four Past Midnight Collection. Music, as always remains the right of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
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    The Dark Half

    1:08:52

    Dawn and Alan enjoy virtual soft drinks whist Dawn tries very hard to make her brain work in this discussion about The Dark Half.
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    The Tommyknockers

    1:06:30

    Dawn and Alan maintain social distance and discuss The Tommyknockers, King's first novel foray into the realm of Science Fiction. Music remains the copyright of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
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    It

    1:20:49

    AT LAST! Dawn and Alan have a virtual mug of coffee together after what seems like forever to talk about Stephen King's It. During the discussion we get confused about Pennywise's gender pronouns and how to refer to him/her/it, as well as our usual meandering discussion.
  • Pennywise Dreadful: The Journal of Stephen King Studies podcast

    Misery

    56:02

    Dawn and Alan meet for coffee and discuss Misery. As usual, the discussion covers many things, including Dawn's appeal to the OED to include a new word - but mostly the pair manage to stay on topic! All musical rights remain the property of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and photography to Dawn Stobbart.
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    The Drawing of the Three

    1:12:25

    Dawn and Alan meet for coffee and chat about the second novel in the Dark Tower cycle, The Drawing of the Three. They are joined by Dr Rachel Gregory Fox - who also reveals a very large secret... The Fresh Prince of Bel Air remains the property of the writer and performer. Title music remains the property of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Photography is the copyright of Pennywise Dreadful.
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    Eyes of the Dragon

    1:11:05

    Dawn and Alan grab a coffee and discuss King's fantasy novel, The Eyes of the Dragon. Minor Spoilers for Game of Throne's Season 8, just in case... All music remains the property of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and Photographic rights belong to me.
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    Pet Sematary

    1:00:01

    Alan and Dawn meet for coffee and discuss Pet Semetary, a novel Dawn found particularly disturbing. Musical rights remain the property of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and image rights the property of Dawn Stobbart.

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