Hey everyone. The January episode is now available. We decided to learn our lesson from the 12 Podcasts of Christmas, and get the mic thing solved once and for all. So, when you listen to this latest episode, you can actually hear us, like we’re (semi-)professional or something. We’ll do our best to hold that New Year’s audio quality resolution through 2013 and beyond.
For the 275 (yowza!) of you that have hung in with us through all the technical difficulties, thanks so much. (And if we’ve lost you, we promise it’s listenable now, give us another shot.) Somebody please send us an email to read on the air. Better yet, send in a request for a song you’d like Marc to sing during his drunk review of Newt Gingrich’s Victory at Yorktown next month!
This month, we talk about a whole lot of books, as well as get into some high brow discussions about the revamping of the National Book Award format, our 2013 reading resolutions, and Al Roker shitting his pants at the White House.
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