Literary Loitering 101 - Everybody Definitaly Poobs

Mar 24, 12:44 AM

The Literary Loitering soap box car speeds its way through the mean streets of cultural anarchy, with Graham, Andrew and Rob riding along on this fun outing. 

Kicking things off on this week’s tour of cultural anarchy is a CEO’s claim that she had memorised and could quote Jane Austen novels. After that we discover that parents are spending more on costumes for their children than books on World Book Day, science has allegedly proven that kids books like Mr. Greedy are just as advanced as The Grapes of Wrath, QAnon’s book of conspiracies is performing well on Amazon’s non-fiction charts in the US, and Mountain View libarary in California has decided to employ a robot. 

Then it’s time for Graham to talk about his Secret Santa book, Collectible Spoons of the 3rd Reich by James A. Yannes.

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