Discussions of the works of the greatest storyteller of the 20th Century. Hosted by Jess Terrell, Scott Stewart and Tim DeForest
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Episode #29: Tarzan's Quest
Tim, Jess and Scott discuss the novel Tarzan's Quest, which recounts an adventure featuring everything from a plane crash to a murder mystery to a lost civilization inhabited by centuries-old men.
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Jetan: The Martian Chess of Edgar Rice Burroughs, by Frederik Ekman can be found HERE
I Am a Barbarian graphic novel can be found HERE
Tarzan the New Adventures, by Roy Thomas can be found HERE
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Special Episode: What I Read This Month--September 2022
Tim DeForest gives capsule review of the books he read in September 2022.
The Sherlock of Sageland, by W.C. Tuttle
Big Bend, by Richard Meade
Bone Canyon, by Lee Goldberg
Movieland, by Lee Goldberg
Tails of the Superpets--DC Comics
77 Sunset Strip, by Roy Huggins
Fargo 11: The Phantom Gunman, by John Benteen
Quest of the Spider/The Mountain Monster, by Kenneth Robeson
The Year of Lear, by James Shapiro
Colorado City Kill, by Brody Weatherford
Bretwalda, by Philip Ketchum
Tremendous Trifles, by G.K. Chesterton
Cross the Red Creek, by Harry Whittington
The Sting, by Robert Weverka
The Man Who Shot Lewis Vance, by Stuart Kaminsky
Tarzan of the Apes, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Gods of Mars, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Episode #28: Tarzan and the Ant Men
Jess, Scott and Tim discuss the bizarre and entertaining 1924 novel.
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What I Read This Month August 2022
TIm DeForest gives capsule reviews of the books he read in August of 2022
Special: What I Read This Month--June 2022
Capsule reviews of books read by Tim DeForest in the month of June, 2022.
Four Came Home, by Carroll V. Glines
Brazen Chariots, by Robert Crisp
An Experiment of Criticism, by C.S. Lewis
Terrible Tuesday, by Don Pendleton
Wednesday's Wrath, by Don Pendleton
Living Memory, by Christopher L. Bennett
Max Smart and the Perilous Pellets, by WIlliam Johnston
Ironside, by Jim Thompson
McCoy, by Sam Stewart
The Terrorizers, by Donald Hamilton
Death Waits at Yellowstone, by Brody Weatherford
The Restless Guns, by WIlliam Colt MacDonald
The Avenger, vol. 5, by Kenneth Robeson
The Great Locomotive Chase, by MacLennan Roberts
Isaac's Universe, vol. 1, ed. by Martin Greenberg
Han Solo's Revenge, by Brian Daley
Marvel Masterworks: Marvel Team-Up, Volumes 4 & 5
Special Episode: Interview with Tom Simmons
Jess interviews Tom Simmons, who wrote the web comic adaptation of I am a Barbarian. This excellent adaptation has just been released as a graphic novel and can be bought at cedarrunpublications.com
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Great! Looking forward to more!
Great podcast, especially the longer episodes with full discussion. I'm looking forward to revisiting these stories with the hosts and hope to hear more discussions of my favourites. Hope to hear more episodes and more kinds of episodes.
Fantastic and fun!
this is a wonderfully entertaining and informative podcast on one of the world's greatest storytellers - Edgar Rice Burroughs!
A fitting love letter to one of my favorite authors
A great podcast!