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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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Jun 30, 2017

Intro: Phil tries to get Metz to explain the bad cinematography in Magical Beasts and Where to Find Them.

 

Content: Discussion of Pages 131-141 of the First Orb Edition of The Fifth Head of Cerberus, by Gene Wolfe.

 


Jun 23, 2017

Intro: Metz and Phil talk about some of their favorite painters.

 

Content: Discussion of Pages 115-131 of the First Orb Edition of The Fifth Head of Cerberus, by Gene Wolfe.

 


Jun 16, 2017

Intro: Phil gets Metz to discuss his favorite board game.

 

Content: Discussion of Pages 100-115 of the First Orb Edition of The Fifth Head of Cerberus, by Gene Wolfe.


Jun 9, 2017

Intro: Phil talks about reading Redwall to his son.

 

Content (8:17): Discussion of Pages 85 - 100 of the First Orb Edition of The Fifth Head of Cerberus, by Gene Wolfe.

 


Jun 2, 2017

Intro: Metz regales Phil with the time that his wife took their house cat to a cat show.

Content (3:12): Post-read discussion of the title novella in The Fifth Head of Cerberus, by Gene Wolfe.