Aimed specifically at lovers of Peanuts books and the work of Charles M. Schulz, The AAUGH Blog Podcast is hosted by the AAUGH Blogger himself, Nat Gertler, award-winning author of books about Peanuts and possessor of The AAUGH.com Reference Library, a collection of over over 1000 Peanuts books.
The AAUGH Blogger lets you know about several Peanuts-related podcasts that are ongoing (It’s a Podcast, Charlie Brown; The Peanuts Gallery; Blockhead) … and one that isn’t. Mentioned in this podcast: It’s a Podcast, Charlie Brown The Peanuts Gallery Blockhead: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz
AAUGH: Peanuts on Parade statues
William Johnson talks with us about his two upcoming books showcasing the Peanuts on Parade statues that flooded Saint Paul, Minnesota and Santa Rosa, California for years… and he even has a special offer just for AAUGH Blog fans! You can find William’s website about the books at PeanutsOnParadeBook.com and …
Peanuts and Wikipedia
Peanuts is perhaps the world’s most beloved comic, Wikipedia the most consulted source of information. Bring them together, and there will be…. well, articles. And shenanigans.
Peanuts Every Sunday
The AAUGH Blogger casts his reviewing eyes over the box set of books, Peanuts Every Sunday: the Seventies. Peanuts Every Sunday boxed sets available: Peanuts Every Sunday: the Fifties Peanuts Every Sunday: the Sixties Peanuts Every Sunday: the Seventies Individual volumes Peanuts Every Sunday: 1952-1955 Peanuts Every Sunday: 1956-1960 Peanuts …
Peanuts Quilted Interview
Kathleen Shea, author of Peanuts Quilted Celebration, talks about her decade-plus effort in making this lovely how-to book of Peanuts quilt designs. Her book can be ordered from her etsy store, SnoopyStuff.)
Collecting Peanuts stuff is a hobby, and as with any good hobby, there are books about it. In this episode, Peanuts book collector Nat Gertler, the AAUGH Blogger, looks at some Peanuts collectors guides.
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Fun Peanuts Facts and Trivia
This podcast has a great variety of information about Peanuts. There are the cool interviews, like the one with the lady who inspired Schulz to create Franklin, and then there are the less serious but still entertaining ones about odd books in his collection. I recommend it to any Peanuts fan.
Great for any Peanuts fan!
I've been listening to this podcast from the start. Nat always has an interesting take on the Peanuts comic strip world. Plus, there are interesting interviews with the people who continue on the Peanuts legacy or have taken part shaping its legacy. Looking forward to lots more episodes!