It’s the Halloween Special! Matt Bird sits in with Infinite Gestation for a spooky discussion regarding three handpicked short stories (and an essay) by H. P. Lovecraft: “The Shadow Out of Time”, “The Call of Cthulhu”, “The...

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Differing opinions, arguments and some notable complaints emerge (including the Showtime production budget and the limitations it may have placed on the film) during Infinite Gestation’s discussion of Last Call, a made-for-cable biopic from 2002 concerning the...

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During part 2 of Infinite Gestation’s two part series entitled “Graphic Novels as Literature”, special guest Matt Bird delves into the Big Three (The Dark Night Returns by Frank Miller, Maus by Art Spiegelman & Watchmen by Alan...

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During part 1 of Infinite Gestation’s two part series entitled “Graphic Novels as Literature”, special guest Matt Bird shares a brief history of comic books. Across the decades, comic books have evolved into a form to be reckoned with...

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While its status as an American classic remains undisputed, The Catcher in the Rye has also earned a shadowy legacy by way of its connections to celebrity murders along with an attempted presidential assassination, all through no...

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Infinite Gestation attempts to separate people from personalities in this episode discussing the place and significance of autobiographical elements within the work of a variety of authors. Questions arise regarding personal experience as an unnecessary qualification in fiction, the over-dependence...

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Based on Sam’s recommendation, Infinite Gestation takes on The Tin Drum by the late and great Günter Grass. This first book of what later became known as “The Danzig Trilogy” is unquestionably a masterpiece, with...

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Now is the perfect time to start reading Murakami (if you haven’t already). August 4th, 2015 marks the first US release of Murakami’s first two works, Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball 1973. Join us for...

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Sam fields questions regarding one of his favorite novels, The Master and Margarita, a concurrent odyssey into 1930’s Soviet Russia and the city of Jerusalem as witnessed in the gospels. The host of memorable characters includes Satan, Jesus...

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In a rather harrowing episode, Grant defends the work of Kurt Vonnegut (one of his favorite authors) against an onslaught of criticism from the remainder of the panel. In the face of some difficult questions...

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