Its the very last episode of Public Domain Theater! Kelly and Katai are joined by PDT legend Nick Wiger (I Love You America, Doughboys) to read and interrupt Irving Cox Jr.s Adolescents Only."
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In the penultimate episode of Public Domain Theater, Kelly and Katai and no guest (no matter what Kelly says) read and interrupt Virginia Woolfs The New Dress, and deliver more measured literary analy...Show More
Writer Nicholas Mandernach (People of Earth, Young Sheldon) joins Kelly and Katai to read and interrupt Willa Cather's holiday fable, "The Strategy of the Were-Wolf Dog," and talk reindeer gender poli...Show More
Zach Reino (Off Book) joins Kelly and Katai to read and interrupt Donald Westlakes creepy Christmas story, Nackles, and to analyze cool boat slang, Santas problematic position on capitalism, the progr...Show More
Comedian and podcaster Patrick Ehlers (Nintendo Cartridge Society, Same Day Shipping) joins Kelly and Katai read and interrupt Barbara Constants The Sound of Silence, and to deliver measured discussio...Show More
Kelly and Katai read and interrupt the extremely handsome Manly Wade Wellmans Where Angels Fear, and talk g-g-g-ghosts, nice-looking skulls, and Dr. Michael Crichton, medical wellman.
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Kelly and Katai, guests in their own right, read and interrupt Christina Rossettis Goblin Market, and discuss what forms of payment goblin salesmen accept, the names of all known fruits, and the price...Show More
Kelly and Katai are joined by comedian Max Silvestri (Netflix's The Comedy Lineup) to read and interrupt Lucy Cliffords The New Mother, and to discuss who wears bonnets when, the anatomy of turkey ank...Show More
Kelly and Katai are joined by Jon Gabrus (High and Mighty, Raised by TV) to read and interrupt Ethel M. Dell’s apparently romantic outing, “The Swindler,” and discuss rom-com jobs, high-grade non-apol...Show More
Kelly and Katai tackle spooky story king Edgar Allan Poe's short and definitely not sweet tale, "Hop-Frog," and discuss how incredibly funny it is to tell jokes at the expense of others less powerful ...Show More