We hope this finds you well and safe on a gorgeous Sunday morning.
At the outset of this episode, we’re taking a couple of moments to talk about the #BlackLivesMatter movement and how we’re working on dismantling racism in our lives outside the podcast and what that means for our podcast work going forward. We’re committed to you, our listeners, to truly intersectional feminism, and to learning (and forking up) in public. There may or may not be some of that in this episode — but here we go anyway.
In this episode, we’re talking about Chapters 3, 5, and 8 of Time’s Convert. It’s partially about awkward transitions (wee), defensive cocktails, and parenting and blind panic (we see you, Diana), but it’s also about decolonizing history, authorial and audience expectations, and what happens when you transition from a trilogy to a Very Different Book in the same universe.
Happy Memorial Day Weekend to our American listeners and friends — we hope you’re safe at home and enjoying the best of the early summer.
In this episode, we’re talking about Chapters 28 and 33 of Time’s Convert. Phoebe’s a fledgling, now, so she’s got a lot more privileges… and a lot more issues to contend with as she strikes out in the world. We’ve got a lot to say this week about vampire feeding–consent, etiquette, teaching, ethics–and then lots more to say about the Taylor family dynamics and whether Phoebe’s supposed inability to return to trade is part of classism or patriarchy (or both?).
In our next episode, we’re reuniting with Matthew and Diana and turning back the pages of this book to its early chapters. Not sure where to start? Check out our Reading & Release Schedule to find out where we are (and where we’ll be!).
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Starting this afternoon, we’ll begin recording our final two wrap episodes for the All Souls Trilogy — all three books, all at once. It’s going to be a blast.
In preparing for this episode, we’ve gone back into the vault and listened to our wrap episodes from A Discovery of Witches, Shadow of Night, and the Book of Life in order to tease out trilogy-wide themes, plots, character arcs, and motifs. While listening to the back catalogue, I realized it might be helpful for y’all to have all of our wrap episodes listed in one place. Accordingly, here’s a quick guide to our wrap episodes:
We are so excited to start talking about the trilogy as a whole and we hope you’ll join us. In the meantime, keep an eye out for more prizes and fun from the All Souls Discussion Group during the A Discovery of Witches TV 2020 Winter Watch! As always, you can find us on Facebook in the Chamomile & Clove Clovers group and on Twitter as @chamomilenclove. If you’re so inclined, you can check out our merchandise on Redbubble or become a member of our Patreon.
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It’s a momentous day. Somehow, on Matthew and Diana’s wedding anniversary (four hundred and something years later), we made our way to the climax of the Book of Life. In Chapters 37-39, we’re talking about rescuing Matthew, James Bond, Peak Diana, moral authority, and the difference between justice and vengeance. It’s a fitting end to a momentous, exciting story and we’re so glad you’re a part of it.
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We’ll catch you next time for our VERY LAST chapter discussion for the All Souls Trilogy!
It’s a gorgeous, clean, bright October morning at C&C East — I hope you’ve poured yourself a cup of whatever pleases you and that you’re enjoying your long weekend.
In today’s episode, we’re talking about the end of Sol in Libra — Chapters 27 and 28 of The Book of Life! In these chapters, Diana tracks down the last page of Ashmole 782 and returns to the Bodleian… only to run smack into the clutches of the world conflict. We’re talking about divinity and mythology, conflict structure, antagonism, and dachschunds (SO MANY DACHSCHUNDS) and we hope you enjoy it.
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Thanks so much for listening — we can’t wait to talk to you soon,