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Welcome to another episode of Between Lewis and Lovecraft, thank you so much for checking us out. 

This show is all about learning more about the authors that have inspired us. And diving into the stories that they not only created, but lived as well. So join us as we explore the worlds that live just out of reach. 

 

Gothic, Melancholy, Dark, Emotional. No this isn’t my teenage years, though… that does describe them well…This is Tim Burton. Today we talk about the movies that seem so adequate for this dreary and darkening time of the year.  And we’re joined with Paul Waterman from Guy’s Read Too, and one of the owners of the Book Nook. Tim Burton is an interesting creative, and we talk about his full circle ride from breaking up with Disney to becoming one of their most recurring directors. 

 

If you’re looking for movies to start getting you in the Halloween mood, this episode will probably… help? Maybe. 

 

Don’t forget that we are still accepting Flash fiction submissions for our Halloween special. We’ve gotten a good handle in already and we’re so excited to get them out to you guys. You can submit stories 500 to 1000 words long to Lewisandlovecraft@gmail.com

 Welcome to another episode of Between Lewis and Lovecraft. This show is all about learning more about the authors that have inspired us. And diving into the stories that they not only created, but lived as well. So join us as we explore the worlds that live just out of reach. 

Middle school held a lot of firsts for us; School dances, hormones, homework that made our parents feel dumb, and books. At least for some of us, reading really takes effect in the informative years that come between  11 and 14 years old. And today we look back on some of the book series that not only took hold of, but have held onto our imaginations for years to come. Lets go talk about Young Merlin ( but not that young Merlin) Nancy Drew, a girl who is way to busy, Goosebumps, the reason Ryan Gosling is a major star today, and Animorphs, literally the great thing ever written.

Welcome to another episode of Between Lewis and Lovecraft, thank you so much for checking us out. 

This show is all about learning more about the authors that have inspired us. And diving into the stories that they not only created, but loved as well. So join us as we explore the worlds that live just out of reach. 

 

Today we talk about Gillian Flynn, Jillian? Guligan? Hannah will tell us in a minute. We explore her style or writing and how she just exploded onto the writing scene. She is with out a doubt, Hannah’s favorite author, and trying to sum her up in the opening song would be a discredit to her work and to Hannah’s love for her.

 

We’ll be going through her life and works and how she has inspired a who new generation of female writers. But you know what, I think Hannah said it best when she made me sit quietly and listen to her talk for a change.

 

Sources for this episode: 

Tyler read - 

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn (first 100 pages)

Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn (First Chapter) 

 
Hannah read -

Welcome to another episode of Between Lewis and Lovecraft, thank you so much for checking us out. 

This show is all about learning more about the authors that have inspired us. And diving into the stories that they not only created, but loved as well. So join us as we explore the worlds that live just out of reach. 

Guys, today we talk about some of the works of Lovecraft, but first... HIS SEX LIFE! mostly with his wife, but also, perhaps a fourteen year old boy.  Honesty, Lovecraft was so complicated and had such a messed up life, that there's no way for us to do it all in the one hour we have. So remember that if you ever want to add to the show, and the conversation, that you can always go to our facebook page and talk with us there.

Facebook.com/LewisLovcraft 

 

Sources for this episode: 

Tyler read - 

In the Mountains of Madness: The Life and Extraordinary Afterlife of H. P. Lovecraft
Book by W. Scott Poole
 
Hannah read - The Complete Fiction of H. P. Lovecraft (Chartwell Classics) 

Welcome to another episode of Between Lewis and Lovecraft, thank you so much for checking us out. 

This show is all about learning more about the authors that have inspired us. And diving into the stories that they not only created, but loved as well. So join us as we explore the worlds that live just out of reach. 

Today we start the conversation on H.P. Lovecraft. This is the Blender episode, the prep stage. Were getting all the ingredients for what it takes to make a complicated man and getting the meal ready. Honesty, Lovecraft was so complicated and had such a messed up life, that there's no way for us to do it all in the one hour we have. So remember that if you ever want to add to the show, and the conversation, that you can always go to our facebook page and talk with us there. Facebook.com/Lewislovecraft

 Sources for this episode: 

Tyler read - 

In the Mountains of Madness: The Life and Extraordinary Afterlife of H. P. Lovecraft
Book by W. Scott Poole
 
Hannah read - The Complete Fiction of H. P. Lovecraft (Chartwell Classics) 

Welcome to  Between Lewis and Lovecraft, thank you so much for checking us out. 

This show is all about learning more about the authors that have inspired us. And diving into the stories that they not only created, but loved as well. So join us as we explore the worlds that live just out of reach.

On today's episode we talk about the later life of C.S. Lewis. Going to collage after WW1, and basically staying at collage for the rest of his life, meeting and marring Joy, then... falling in love with her, and when he wrote The Chronicles of Narnia.

Sources For Today's Episode: 

Tyler read -

The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C. S. Lewis
Book by Alan Jacobs
 
 
Hannah read - 

Jack: A Life of C. S. Lewis
Book by George Sayer
 

 

Welcome to  Between Lewis and Lovecraft, thank you so much for checking us out. 

This show is all about learning more about the authors that have inspired us. And diving into the stories that they not only created, but loved as well. So join us as we explore the worlds that live just out of reach.

On today's episode we talk about the early life of C.S. Lewis. The death of his mom, schooling, collage life and going to war. also, his fetish with spanking. 

 

Sources For Today's Episode: 

Tyler read -

The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C. S. Lewis
Book by Alan Jacobs
 
 
Hannah read - 

Jack: A Life of C. S. Lewis
Book by George Sayer
 

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