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Podcast The Lit Show.
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The Lit Show.


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  • Book and TV critic Hillary Kelly on her most anticipated books of 2022, and why she doesn't *get* books about happy people.
    It's a new year, and we're so excited to be joined by HIllary Kelly, a book and TV critic at Vulture, The New Yorker, and LA Times. Angela and Hillary talk about the books they missed in 2021, and what to look forward to in 2022. They also talk about the hype machine, talking about books others pretend to like, how doing a profile of Claire Vaye Watkins helped her get over her own fears, and why she doesn't know what books about happy people want from her. Books discussed in this episode: Bewilderment by Richard Powers I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness by Claire Vaye Watkins Night Bitch by Rachel Yoder Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch by Rivka Galchen Happy All The Time by Laurie Colwin So Long, See You Tomorrow by Richard Maxwell Middlemarch by George Eliot Hillary's favorites from last year: Night Bitch by Rachel Yoder Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch by Rivka Galchen Hillary's picks for next year: The Invisible Kingdom by Meghan O'Rourke Foreverland: On the Divine Tedium of Marriage by Heather Havrilesky Ancestor Trouble: A Reckoning and a Reconciliation by Maud Newton The Candy House by Jennifer Egan To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara  Thanks so much for listening! In two weeks, we'll be speaking with Wajahat Ali, author of the forthcoming Go Back To Where You Came From.
  • Angela got you a Christmas present! Plus an end-of-year review.
    Angela and Liam, our producer, finally met in person this week after over a year of working on the pod together! Angie and Liam jumped on the mics to talk about some of their great memories from a year of podcasting. Then they give you a Christmas present (scroll down in the feed to see what it is!). All the episodes we talked about are available at or wherever you like to listen! (PS You may occasionally hear an echo of Liam. Technical issue on our end. Blame the eggnog.)
  • Uli Beutter Cohen on subways, stillness, and the next 10 thousand years.
    This week on the podcast Angela chats with Uli Beutter Cohen, who spent the last 7 years riding the subway and asking people what they were reading. This led to her acclaimed Instagram account Subway Book Review, and her new book Between The Lines: Stories From The Underground. Angie and Uli discuss their favorite subway stations (obviously), the need for Savasana, and what the next 10 thousand years might look like. We'll be back in two weeks with a Christmas present for you.
  • Ann Patchett on a remarkable friendship, the importance of Snoopy in her life, and much, much more.
    This week Angela talks to Ann Patchett about her book These Precious Days. Angie and Ann discuss her remarkable friendship with Sooki Raphael, whose work graces the cover of Ann's book. They also talk about why writing about happy people seems like a radical thing to do lately.
  • Emily Ratajkowski on why writing feels like a feminist act.
    This week Angela talks to model, entrepreneur and writer Emily Ratajkowski. She's written a new book called 'My Body,' that delves into the way Emily's image has been bought and sold, and the way this has impacted her. Angie and Emily talked about what feminism is, the role of mothers in how we see ourselves, and the writers they both love. You can purchase 'My Body' via the link on our website, Next time on Lit Up: Ann Patchett on These Precious Days.

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