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.
This is the first of a two part podcast. The second part will be available on Monday. Works Attewell discusses (warning, all of these posts contain spoilers for all five books): Bran IV (introducing t
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
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 “Winter I
Due to some foreseen circumstances — my quarter just ended — it took a little longer than usual to produce this podcast. But produced it has been! Enjoy! You can listen to the above podcas
I’m not sure what to say that hasn’t been said — actually I am, and will, in an upcoming post (or posts) comparing Tyrion’s wedding to the one in this episode. So here’s
We apologize for missing last week’s episode, but Google Plus had updated its “Hangouts” feature and we couldn’t find the new button. But it’s been found! Also, in this p
A couple days ago I sat down with Dr. Paul Mitchell of the Canadian Forces College to talk Canadian military and procurement policy. We went on a bit about general issues of Canadian strategy, followe