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Published on May 30th, 2014 | by The Prodigy



By Brandon Jerwa

It’s a pleasure to introduce our very first website-exclusive audio series: SUPER HEAVY BOOK HUGGER! In this inaugural episode, Tiffany Ostling reviews E.M. Forster’s prescient science fiction short story, THE MACHINE STOPS.

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3 Responses to SUPER HEAVY BOOK HUGGER Episode 1

  1. Evan says:

    Thanks for this new podcast. I look forward to more recommendations and discussions. I was totally unaware of E.M. Forster’s short stories, so now I need to search them out. You are off to a great start!

  2. Juno says:

    Love love love this new podcast! I just downloaded The Machine Stops and will be reading it on a long train ride this weekend while I listen to this week’s shows! Stay awesome, Geek Nation!

  3. Mike Ellis says:

    I love reading and do it every chance I get… on the bus, in-between work on break or anytime I have a few minutes to spare. I have a the Kindle app on my phone as well as Overdrive connected to my local library. These only fill a void when carrying another book is not feasible. I still love handheld paper and binding. I find myself buying both paper and electronic versions so I can never be in a literary emergency!
    I never knew there was a name for people like me!
    Love the new segment and can’t wait for more recommendations and reviews as I’m always looking for something new to absorb myself in. I’m currently reading Doctor Sleep by Stephen King. Although I love reading, I can’t focus enough to read 5 things at a time like Tiffany can!

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