A lot is going on in this episode!
Kris has a book baby coming out. Who does it look like? We’ll find out! Tara reveals how the cosmic calendar and the finite nature of the known universe gave her some peace. They both try their best to fan cast The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and find it surprisingly tough. Kris walks down memory lane with her experiences of Lilith Fair and makes an impassioned argument for its return. To top it off, Kris reveals whether or not she has ever been dumped.
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This week, Kris recommends the Neil Patrick Harris show Uncoupled (Netflix), which follows Neil’s character Michael after he is dumped by his partner on his 50th birthday and his subsequent journey into middle-aged queer dating. Kris loved the focus on queer adults and the particular challenges and opportunities that come with that experience.
Tara doesn’t usually gush, but… who are we kidding? She totally does. And this week, she’s gushing about Ann McMan’s Dead Letters From Paradise. It’s a historical mystery about a young woman managing the dead letter office Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and how her experiences there widen her world and connect her to the community around her. Tara tentatively describes this as Ann McMan’s best book. Listen to the review then go and pick this up!
- Serendipity by Kris Bryant
- Fire & Ice by Rachel Spangler
- Fire on the Ice by Tamsen Parker
- In Her Court by Tamsen Parker
- Stranded Hearts (Romance Novellas) by Kris Bryant & Amanda Radley & Emily Smith
- Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (2014)
- Blowers & Grafton: Halifax Street Food and Bar (Calgary)
- Alone and Alone: Frozen (History Channel)
- Trainwreck: Woodstock ‘99 (Netflix)
- Age of Adaline (2015)
- Canada’s Drag Race
- RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under
- The Anarchists (HBO Max)
- LuLaRich (Prime Video)
- Witch Hat Atelier by Kamome Shirahama