BFG Podcast #005: Michael Lewis, ‘Mare of Easttown’, the Golden Globes, and More

Our editor and writers discuss the week that was in culture

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On this week’s exciting edition of The Book and Film Globe Week in Review podcast, recorded live on Clubhouse, editor Neal Pollack rants about Michael Lewis and COVID-19, Jake Harris breaks down the Golden Globes controversy, Stephen Garrett reviews ‘The Underground Railroad,’ Sara Stewart lights into ‘The Woman in the Window,’ “a power smoothie of unreliable female narrator books.” Meanwhile, Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell undresses ‘Halston,’ which, as she wrote in her review, “promises to take us behind the slick public persona to the ‘messy, miserable’ person, and almost succeeds.” Katie Smith trains her linguistic acumen on the Philadelphia accent work in ‘Mare of Easttown,’ and much more. Join us! You will be happy.

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