Carissa & Kirsty take a wild trip across America to find It, themselves, Dean Moriarty, the definition of being cool, and the sneaky similarities between Beat & Millennial attitudes. Topic: On the Road by Jack Kerouac Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Kirsty & Carissa jump through a few portal-doors and end up in a fairy tale world to discuss age, morality, relationships, film adaptation, and fire demons. Topic: Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Futuristic replicants of Kirsty & Carissa join Bob (or many Bobs) on a space exploration journey featuring science, politics, personality, and an overwhelming appreciation for passionate writing. Topic: We Are Legion (We Are Bob) by Dennis E. Taylor Th.
In a world that cannot survive without backstory exposition, two heroes rise. Learn the books that started it all as Carissa & Kirsty reveal their own murky pasts that led to Rough Draught. Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Kirsty & Carissa fling themselves into a delightfully cynical exploration of Victorian pettiness, Bunburyism, and stress eating 30 muffins. Topic: The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Kirsty & Carissa enter a multidimensional, time-traveling epistolary love story featuring two rivals who thrive on luxe language and vibrant experiences and conclude that the book is, at its core, a love letter to love letters themselves. Topic: This I.
Carissa & Kirsty glimpse several potential futures as they discuss the realities and possibilities of climate change, how the world interacts with climate change, and what that means for humanity. Topic: The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells T.
In a 50th episode celebration, Kirsty & Carissa return to vampire- and werewolf-infested Forks to find out what happens when your boyfriend dumps you! Spoiler alert: it's not good. Topic: New Moon by Stephenie Meyer Theme: "Make It Ours" by Evermore
Kirsty & Carissa take one last field trip to Hogwarts & beyond in an attempt to destroy every Horcrux, because Dumbledore said so, and defeat Voldemort in a meaningful way. Topic: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling Theme: "Make It Our.
Kirsty & Carissa are full of regret as they recount possibly the most painful reading experience of their lives, featuring cool hot dudes, naked dragon ladies, lots of money, questionable comic book references, and rare book collecting. Topic: Obsidian.