Happy holidays to all you spectologists! In our final episode of 2018, Adrian & Charlotte complete their discussion of the James Tiptree, Jr. Award-winning novel Rupetta by NA Sulway (https://amzn.to/2SjgX8r). This wonderful, overlooked novel has us both ruminating about our time in university, trying to dig into the meaning of a mechanical heart, and discussing how the prose & the story reinforced each other.
Please excuse the sniffles, Adrian was a bit sick & tried to edit them all out, although I'm sure I missed a few.
Charlotte can be found online at:
* @tambourine on twitter* her DreamWidth blog: https://alwaysalready.dreamwidth.org * she recently won The White Review Poetry Prize, for poems including "bangable dudes in history"
And books we mentioned include:* Rupetta by NA Sulway * Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino * Gnomon by Nick Harkaway * The Raven Tower by Anne Leckie (pre-order)
Spectology will be back in 2019 with new books, more guests, and lots of great #content!
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