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Alzabo Soup is a podcast where we (Phil and Metz) do deep readings of high quality speculative fiction.  We update every week on Fridays.

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The Urth of the New Sun is in progress now as we look forward into Severian's life after becoming Autarch. Here's what you need to know:

  • We will read 1-2 chapters per episode (so 1-2 chapters per week).

  • We will be doing a "minimal spoilers" reading of the book (you can't guarantee no spoilers with an author like Wolfe), so it should be pretty safe to read along your first time with us.

 

Please Note: This podcast is intended to be listened to in chronological order by title.  Please pick the title you'd like to listen to from "categories" start with the oldest episode of your title first!

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Sep 30, 2016

Intro: Metz suggests a couple of graphic novels for those looking to enter the art form.

Content (13:00): Discussion of Letter 11 of Gene Wolfe's "The Sorcerer's House."

 


Sep 16, 2016

Intro: Metz and Phil talk about their favorite books in childhood that did not age well with their tastes.

Content (5:40): Discussion of Letters 9 and 10 of Gene Wolfe's "The Sorcerer's...


Sep 7, 2016

Intro: Metz talks about his experience seeing Finding Dory.

Content (4:45): Discussion of letter number 8 of Gene Wolfe's "The Sorcerer's House"

 


Sep 2, 2016

Intro: Phil attempts to crystallize the three act structure in film for our listeners.

Content (3:34): Letters numbers 6 and 7 of Gene Wolfe's "The Sorcerer's House."

 


Sep 2, 2016

Intro: Metz Talks about Jim Butcher

Content (1:45): Discussion of letters number 4 and 5 of Gene Wolfe's "The Sorcerer's House."