The Brothers F Bookcast
The Brothers F
Five brothers, come together to talk literature, life, and whatever else might be on their minds.
The Brothers Rambling
Jun 4 2021
The Brothers Rambling
The brothers talk Nassim Nicholas Taleb and why they have difficulty "hate" reading
Jun 4 2021
In a great episode, Juan Carlos and his friends discuss the troubles of reading as an adult, Virginia Woolf, and of course the classic Mrs. Dalloway. The Brothers F social media: https://www.instagram.com/thebrothersf/ (Instagram) @thebrothersf https://twitter.com/thebrothersFpod (twitter) @Brothers F Pod https://www.facebook.com/The-Brothers-F-BookCast-102188601900328 (Facebook) The Brothers F BookCast We love our listeners and we hope you guys love us! If you do, subscribe wherever you are listening to this podcast. Send us any episode ideas, comments, or feedback to email@example.com.
May 28 2021
1 hr 3 mins
Master & Man
The Brothers return from a hiatus after a family wedding to discuss one of Tolstoy's greatest: Master & Man.
May 22 2021
Sell us on a book
Wherein the bros share interesting reads they've come across recently and try to convince each other why the books are worth it
May 11 2021
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
The brothers discuss one of the most scintillating novels published in the last 100 years.
May 7 2021
Idle Fantasy by Andres
Andres reads out a short story he wrote about a kid who discovers something he doesn't really understand; the brothers discuss and critique.
May 3 2021
Want to learn more about the author who is mentioned oh so often??? Well, this is the place to do it. Make sure to listen to this week's episode because it is the best combination of serious and HILARIOUS!!!!
Apr 27 2021
For Esme with Love & Squalor by J.D. Salinger
The brothers had a great discussion about J.D. Salinger's "For Esme with Love and Squalor" a story about war trauma and the healing power of narrative.
Apr 23 2021
Diego & Andres talk F. Scott Fitzgerald's Rich Boy.
Apr 20 2021
In the Cart by Anton Chekhov
The brothers discuss In the Cart and why it's so important to secure the bag
Apr 16 2021
Magic by GK Chesterton
"I shall deliberately destroy your credit as an essayist, as a journalist, as a critic, as a Liberal, as everything that offers your laziness as a refuge, until starvation and shame drive you to serious dramatic parturition. I shall repeat my public challenge to you; vaunt my superiority; insult your corpulence; torture Belloc; if necessary, call on you and steal your wife’s affections by intellectual and athletic displays, until you contribute something to British drama." --George Bernard Shaw to GK Chesterton in a March 1908 letter. The brothers also think about doing a hate read episode on Evelyn Waugh's The Loved One.
Apr 13 2021
On Writing by Stephen King
The brothers discuss Stephen King's craft book cum memoir: On Writing.
Apr 9 2021
All Summer in a Day
The brothers discuss All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury
Apr 6 2021
Recitatif by Toni Morrison
"Recitatif" is Toni Morrison's first published short story. The brothers discuss the story's racial ambiguities and showcase their musical chops.
Apr 2 2021
Fooled by Randomness
The brothers discuss Nassim Nicholas Taleb's book Fooled by Randomness, a work of non-fiction that explains how to think probabilistically about people's life outcomes including your own, why Warren Buffet's hagiographers are kind of lame, and how the three worst addictions are heroin, carbs, and a steady paycheck.
Mar 30 2021
The Lottery by Shirley Jackson
The brothers discuss the classic 1946 story. It's eerie, and stays with you. And 2 years after the fact, Andrew spoils Avengers: Endgame!
Mar 25 2021
Deserted Cities/You're Killing Me, Susana
Deserted Cities/You're Killing Me,Susana is the story of a writer fleeing her home and marriage in Mexico to attend an international writer's workshop in the United States, leaving her husband Eligio behind and completely unaware of her whereabouts. Eligio catches up with his wife and tries to save his marriage in the fictional town of Arcadia, Iowa. Hilarity ensues.
Mar 23 2021
Bernice Bobs Her Hair by F. Scott Fitzgerald
The brothers discuss one of F. Scott Fitzgerald's early short stories and compare it to Mean Girls.
Mar 18 2021
The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe
The brothers discuss Poe's classic short story.
Mar 16 2021
Good Old Neon by David Foster Wallace
The brothers discuss David Foster Wallace's modern retelling of the Death of Ivan Ilyich, Good Old Neon.
Mar 11 2021