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The GribCast

Join the Gribshnobler as he and his friends geek out about movies, music, books, animation, and whatever else they feel like, supplemented with music by himself and others.

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Oct 23, 2017

The Gribshnobler and LadyMsGee discuss the classic dystopian (maybe science fiction) novel by Margaret Atwood, along with comparisons to the 2017 TV series from Hulu.  Stick around and you can also hear a bonus reaction to the 1990 film adaptation.

Series created by Bruce Miller and starring Elisabeth Moss,  

Jun 25, 2017

The Gribshnobler and LadyMsGee get into a discussion of two novels of the Fitzgeralds: Save Me The Waltz by Zelda Fitzgerald and Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald.  LadyMsGee shares a great deal of information culled from much research, including the autobiographical and historical elements of each novel, the...

Feb 28, 2017

The Gribshnobler and LadyMsGee discuss the dystopian science fiction novel Parable of the Sower by acclaimed author Octavia E. Butler.  We talk about the novel's social commentary, the likelihood of its environmental and political premise occurring in reality, and its commentary on race, class, and gender.  We also draw...

Aug 17, 2016

The Gribshnobler and LadyMsGee settle down for a lengthy discussion of the acclaimed memoir The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls.  We also share some ambient music from litmus0001. Note: The initial upload of this episode had the entire discussion muted, the error has been fixed and re-uploaded as of 08/18/2016


Mar 31, 2015

This unedited monstrosity of a GribCast, released because grad school is kicking The Gribshnobler's butt, features the unveiling of The Contrarian's Book Quest: to read 100 books in a year.  Here we discuss his first 13 completed books, plus a few more that come up tangentially.

The Contrarian's first 13:

Isaac Asimov:...