Having None of It in Nunavut

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Fall—or rather, Autumn—is finally here! With it comes cardigans, superfluous scarves, and pumpkin spice, as well as thinking about what to read in this new season. Listen in to discuss:

  • What makes a book an “Autumn book”
  • Scarlet and Dave test my knowledge of Canadian geography
  • Where the idea from this episode came from
  • Pronouncing “Autumn” fancy
  • The role of nostalgia in seasonal reading
  • Rereads and one-time only books
  • Our shared excitement over a new Fredrik Backman book
  • How to convince Scarlet’s husband to join us on the show to talk dragons
  • What happened to 90 minute movies?

A Few of the Books Mentioned in This Episode

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