GBBP 211: Rhett Miller

GBBP 211: Rhett Miller

This week, we’re talking children’s poetry through the lens of rock and roll, baby! We welcome Rhett Miller, lead singer of the Old 97s, to the show to talk about his new book of, yep, children’s poetry! Read More

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Hot Wheels Wednesdays: December Drive Ahead! Giveaway

Hot Wheels Wednesdays: December Drive Ahead! Giveaway

Hot Wheels is more than just awesome little cars. Recently, the brand has made headway into the digital space on several fronts. The latest effort is in the massively popular Drive Ahead! mobile app (available for iOS and Android). The app is basically a one-on-one gladiator car battle featuring all kinds of vehicles. Imagine a cross between a… Read More

GBBP Extra 17: ‘Halloween’

GBBP Extra 17: ‘Halloween’

Welcome to the Big Dumb Thing. On this episode, Shiri, Preston, and I recap the entire ‘Halloween’ franchise, gab about the new film, rank all 11 films, and share our lists of Top 10 Lessons Learned. And trust me, you’ll want to stick around to the end when I act out various lines of dialogue from the films for Shiri and Preston to guess the character and film. Read More

GBBP 193: Jason Fry

GBBP 193: Jason Fry

This week, we’re geeking out about ‘Star Wars’ again. Big surprise, right? Joining us is Jason Fry, who’s certainly no stranger to the franchise. His in-universe bibliography is lengthy, having written everything from fiction to “nonfiction” to visual guides to RPG supplements and covering nearly every corner of the ‘Star Wars’ galaxy. His most recent foray to the galaxy far, far away is the novelization of ‘The Last Jedi.’ Read More

GBBP 192: Rebecca Roanhorse

GBBP 192: Rebecca Roanhorse

On this episode, we talk to Rebecca Roanhorse about balancing two completely different professional lives, writing in the first-person, crafting a story that’s both heavily rooted in Native cultures and incredibly relevant in 2018, and portraying a different side of familiar mythical characters. We also talk about Navajo tradition and what else she’s got on the horizon. Read More