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Book and Bourbon

A good book and a good bourbon go hand in hand, especially when you have both in your hand right now. Join Chris Reed in this "book club of a podcast" as he discusses favorite books, the lines that stay with us, and the bourbons everyone should try.
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Oct 28, 2018

The ability to tell a short story, whether it’s written or spoken, might be one of the most difficult skills to develop over time. John Steinbeck was a master. Join Chris on this episode to talk about brevity, moments, spam comments, a whiskey from somewhere other than Kentucky, and to find out how you can enter a special giveaway.

Aug 16, 2018

There's journalism, and then there's Gonzo journalism. Hunter S. Thompson hit the campaign trail in 1972 to cover our nation's great election and shared it in a way that remains relevant to this day. Join Chris for some fear, loathing, and Wild Turkey to discuss how Gonzo might be less frightening than our new normal.

Jul 9, 2018

The places we call home might be smaller than you think, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. Wendell Berry has a wonderful way of reminding us of that in A Place on Earth. Kick back in your own little place on Earth with a pour (or two) and listen as Chris examines what might be worth writing home about.

Mar 24, 2018

We are living in the age of adolescence, an age in which we might be perpetually stuck. At least, that’s what it feels like after reading Skippy Dies, one of the most boldly titled books ever. So grab your bourbon, kick back, and get ready to laugh (and cry) at childish things. No matter how old you think you are.

Jan 13, 2018

To read the book first or watch the movie first? That is the question. Whichever you choose, there’s no denying that No Country for Old Men is a battle between good and evil, both externally and internally. And while we discuss it during this episode of Book and Bourbon, we might as well do it over a very, very good bourbon.

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