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33% Pulp

Apr 24, 2018

Linzi recaps the final third of Conjure Wife by Fritz Lieber, where...

A) your body is a vessel, actually, not a temple
B) we discover why phones really suck
C) magic is really just like math
D) Norman is rescued by a couch (cushion)
E) Norman's got 99 problems and a witch is one
F) Prince Rupert is not Prince...

Apr 19, 2018

Our Conjure Wife coverage extends to three film adaptations that each take a very different approach to the original text. In this companion episode, Shelby and Jenni from the Wives' Tales podcast join Daniel and Linzi to discuss the 1962 adaptation "Burn, Witch, Burn" (aka "Night of the Eagle"). Of the three movies,...

Apr 17, 2018

Amber recaps the second third of Conjure Wife by Fritz Lieber, where Norman undergoes a series of unfortunate events, sees his shadow, and has a heart-to-heart with...himself.

Goodreads summary of the book:

Norman Saylor considered witchcraft nothing but quaint superstition until he learned his own wife was a...

Apr 12, 2018

For the first 33% Pulp companion episode, Janine from Guess What You're Gonna Hate? and Courtney from The Cult of Domesticity join Linzi to discuss the 1944 film adaptation of Conjure Wife, Weird Woman. (The movie and book end very differently!) We recap and review the movie, covering all the bases: floating heads,...

Apr 10, 2018

Daniel recaps the first third of Conjure Wife by Fritz Lieber, where we meet the Saylor's, learn some spooky Latin, and our protagonist Norman goes snooping through his wife’s no-no drawer.

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Goodreads summary of the book:

Norman Saylor considered...