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Daemons & Dust: The importance of His Dark Materials

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On today's episode, Adam breaks down why His Dark Materials his essential in society for readers of all ages. He discusses the connection to spiritualism and religion and how the origins of the story can be traced to Paradise Lost.

The latest book in the Book Of Dust series The Secret Commonwealth is out this week. In this series, Philip Pullman expands on the universe and stories he created as we continue Lyra's journey.

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The best audiobooks of 2020 with Robin Whitten of AudioFile Magazine

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Robin Whitten of AudioFile Magazine joins the Nerds to discuss a few of their Best Audiobooks of the year.
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Talking Tarot with Actress and Author Rachel True

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On today's episode, Jill is joined by actress Rachel True (Rochelle from the iconic 1996 THE CRAFT) to talk about her new book and Tarot deck TRUE HEART INTUITIVE TAROT.
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EPISODE NUMBER 500!

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On today's episode, the nerds talk about how this podcast came to be, say thank you to all the people who have helped make this happen, and share some of their favorite memories from the 5 years of doing this little side project.
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Layla Saad on how Me and White Supremacy came to be, writing for young readers, the publishing world

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Layla Saad joined the nerds for a special Zoom event to discuss her bestselling book Me & White Supremacy, the new guided journal which is now available, and the upcoming version she's working on for young readers.
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