P.U.L.C.H.

P.U.L.C.H. is a podcast about literature hosted by Joyce, a Brit, and Nic, a Texan. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pulch/support

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h21m. Bisher sind 18 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 12 Tage erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 49 minutes

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Ficciones by Jorge Luis Borges (Pt. 1)


P.U.L.C.H. is back. Listen, then listen again.

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 2021-09-14  1h48m
 
 

Ficciones by Jorge Luis Borges (Pt. 1)


The P.U.L.C.H. hosts return in triumph to chat about Argentina's greatest writer, ancient Chinese bandits, how to pronounce "quixotic," and da Windy City, baby.

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 2021-09-13  1h43m
 
 

Me Too (Ya Tozhe Khochu) dir. Alexei Balabanov (2012)


We discuss Alexei Balabanov's last film, Me Too, in which some Russian guys drink and drive on their quest for happiness. Nic outdoes himself for malapropisms. Joyce's company institutes an irritating new policy. This episode was recorded in late March, and Nic just now got around to editing it, but there's more P.U.L.C.H. awaiting you in the near future, so take care of yourself that you might live to hear it.

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 2021-07-02  1h21m
 
 

episode 18: Staying Creative While Working a Job


We didn't read nothin' for this episode. Instead, we chat about strategies to stay creative and engaged with art while working a full-time job that pays your way and corrodes your soul. Other topics include on-the-spectrum legend Glenn Gould, lending books to irresponsible people, and Nic's brush with Drag Race fame.

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 2021-03-26  2h19m
 
 

episode 17: The Mezzanine by Nicholson Baker (with Robin Parrish)


Cartoonist and consultant Robin Parrish drops by to chat with the P.U.L.C.H. pals about Nicholson Baker's brief stream-of-consciousness novel The Mezzanine, but they derail the conversation to discuss working from home, David Cronenberg, and David Foster Wallace's linguistic/mathematical deficiencies.


Check out Robin's work at her website: https://reparrishcomics.com/
and follow her on Twitter @reparrish

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 2021-02-26  1h22m
 
 

episode 16: Sexual Personae by Camille Paglia


Your wayward hosts return from their hiatus to discuss Camille Paglia's Sexual Personae, the worst book we've ever read about cultural criticism. Curbstomp anyone who tells you to read it. Irredeemable midwit tripe.

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 2021-02-09  1h14m
 
 

P.U.L.C.H. is going on hiatus


P.U.L.C.H. is going on hiatus until February 2021 so Nic can focus on his grad school applications. He's sure going to miss chatting with all you wild and crazy P.U.L.C.H.heads out there in radio land, but he knows the break will be over before ya know it.


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 2020-12-07  1m
 
 

The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera


In our first guest episode, the great Leo Delmar joins us from Florida to discuss The Unbearable Lightness of Being, which he's read thirty-two times. Other topics include a young Nic's competition-losing Maoist essays and Cerebus the Aardvark.

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 2020-11-26  1h16m
 
 

Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos


My dearest audience,

Never would I venture to suggest that your esteemed virtue is lacking in its expansive scope, and so I must naturally assume you are unaware of the great injury you do me by refusing to listen to my podcast. It therefore presses upon me to make it unambiguous to you how deeply I suffer and how fiercely my soul is inflamed that you will not download P.U.L.C.H...


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 2020-10-15  1h14m
 
 

episode 13: A Handful of Dust by Evelyn Waugh


We read A Handful of Dust. The audio quality is bad again because Windows is terrible. Joyce read some Kafka. Nic sings a bit of Memory from Andrew Lloyd Weber's hit musical Cats.

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 2020-09-23  1h29m
 
 
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