Watch the podcast — which, and I’m not overstating it, may well be our best, or at least most entertaining, given that we were both in a state of hyper-informed quasi-delirium when we did
SEK & Steven Attewell on the new episode of Game of Thrones. Enjoy! Audio available here. Purchase Steven Attewell’s Race for the Iron Throne: Political and Historical Analysis of “A
Watch the podcast below, whenever YouTube starts behaving, which should be an hour after I post this, if last night is any indication: Listen to it here. As per the post below, you can read my re-cap
Here is SEK and Steven Attewell discussing “The Pointy End”: Audio available here. Works discussed by Attewell include (warning: these links contain spoilers for all books): Arya IV (why S
Audio available here. Posts SEK discusses in this episode: Everyone is always alone, everyone is always surrounded in “The Wolf and the Lion” Posts Attewell discusses in this episode: Edda
Here’s the second part of the podcast, about which Steven feels quite adamant, as evidenced by his vehement fist-pumping: The first part’s available here. Audio available here.
About a month ago I had the opportunity to sit down with Brian Frye, professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law and producer of the documentary Our Nixon. Here’s the video: And here&
Steven Attewell and I decided that we didn’t want to wait until next February to continue talking about Game of Thrones, and so we decided to start over. Here’s our take on “The Kingsroad,” th