As winter begins, Marcus and Matt talk about works of art they used to love. Matt also hands out his first annual "Ralphie Awards" for the (too) many Christmas specials he watched this year.
If you were stranded on a desert island, what books or movies would you bring with you? And why do people always ask that?
Anselm novelist Mandy Houk joins the pod to talk movie adaptations: what makes a good one, and why she thinks the Narnia ones missed the cut.
In which Matt and Marcus pick their favorite Halloween books and movies, and show the Great Pumpkin that their podcast is the most sincere.
Author Sarah Clarkson shares the blessings of a reading life from her new book, “Book Girl,” and convinces Matt and Marcus that they should be book girls too.
Should artists outline their work ahead of time, or let their creativity carry them as they go?
Anselm artists compete to assemble history's most interesting pub table!
The Rabbit Room's Pete Peterson on his upcoming stage adaption of the classic novel and the forgotten themes behind the monster.
Sarah Arthur shares her forthcoming book, “A Light So Lovely,” which explores Madeleine L’Engle’s complex spirituality.
Is there still any value in a humanities major? Purdue’s Case Tompkins makes his case.
In this World Cup special, Mere Orthodoxy's Jake Meador explains U.S. soccer culture's many lessons for artists.
On the Believe to See podcast, Michelle Hindman makes a case to revive the lost art of hagiography.
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