The Lushes talk magic, crime and happiness while discussing "Into the Crooked Place" by Alexandra Christo. They also chat with Matthew G. Dick, author of "Seed" in the first Author Spotlight Segment of 2021 about everything from deadpan robots to why it is taking so long for George R. R. Martin to finish "Game of Thrones."
Dennis E. Taylor is back to chat about the latest book in the Bobiverse series, "Heaven's River." The Lushes and Dennis also discuss other important topics, such as tequila, Dungeons and Dragons and, of course, trolling the web.
It is good to be terrible, or so says Krampus, God of Yule! The Lushes get into the holiday spirit by baking sugar cookies while discussing "Krampus" by Brom.
Sometimes life hands you a flash drive whose contents can change the entire universe. The Lushes certainly don't want that kind of responsibility! In this week's episode we chat with Sara Bond, author of "Gravity's Heir", about space, alcohol, war, and everything in between.
Southern hospitality be damned! Sometimes your creepy neighbor really is a vampire. If that happens just be sure to thank your local housewives for saving the day and cleaning up the mess! In this week's episode, the Lushes discuss "The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires" by Grady Hendrix. Happy Thanksgiving!
Geralt is back, baby! The Lushes discuss "Time of Contempt" by Andrzej Sapkowski while sipping on a drink inspired by the ill-fated Royal Messenger. They also get into a deep discussion about the proper name of a unicorn. Spoiler alert: Little Horse is not the right answer.
The Lushes were lucky enough to get their hands on a copy of Marissa Meyer's new novel "Instant Karma" before it was released on 11/3/20. Please enjoy this interview and let us know what you think using the #LitLushPodcast!
Day 13 of the 13 Days of Short Literary Spirits! Due to the Twilight Zone nature of the full moon Halloween, the Lushes stepped into another dimension and stepped out a day late on November 1, 2020. This one is the legend of the Devil’s Tree. Who doesn’t love a hometown horror story?