- by dylandavis2015
- in "signiconic", belief systems, book design, dialects, discussion of pp. 1-199, discussion of pp. 200-395, discussion of pp. 396-608, discussion of pp. 609-end, fantasy/speculative fiction, front matter, gender, page layout, social class/ethnicity, the future, translation, typography, university groups, Weber State
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This post more resembles a discussion “audio blog,” than a podcast. It was recorded by four students from Weber State University. Dylan Davis, Ben Bigelow, Chelsea Maki, and Trevor Byington each bring a topic to discuss with the group. The discussion covers the re-mediation of television, hetero-normatives in “The Familiar,” the “Signiconic,” and the “aesthetic conundrum” the novel has created.
It was recorded on 1/24/2015.
Keep in mind, this was not done in a studio so the audio can be a little spotty. Regardless, we hope you enjoy it!
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