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The Company of the Mad: The Stand Podcast (Discussing The Stand by Stephen King in a Global Pandemic)
76 minutes | a month ago
Episode 4 – Rebuilding a Post-Pandemic America
Andy Burns, author of “This Dark Chest of Wonders: 40 Years of Stephen King’s The Stand” and the forthcoming “The Making of The Stand for CBS All Access” joins Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican and Jason Sechrest to discuss the disappearance of Mother Abagail, rebuilding a post-pandemic America, and, of course, the new TV series of The Stand coming this December!
91 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 3 – Race, Religion & The Revelations of Mother Abagail
We are over 400 pages into Stephen King’s epic novel The Stand, and we’re still meeting new characters. Among them is Mother Abagail, whose introduction and backstory we finally receive here. In this episode, Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican, and host Jason Sechrest discuss chapters 43-49 of The Stand, analyzing the roles that race and religion play in the novel. Special guest Steven Barnes (New York Times bestselling author, screenwriter and educator) joins the asylum for this very special episode. Get bonus episodes of The Stand Podcast every month exclusively at: https://Patreon.com/JasonSechrest
76 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 2 – From Pandemic to Pandemonium
In just one month, it feels like everything has changed. In the novel and in the world today, we have gone from pandemic to pandemonium. Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican, and host Jason Sechrest discuss how The Stand continues to mirror what we are witnessing as a culture in 2020. Special guest Kate Siegel (The Haunting of Hill House, Gerald’s Game) joins the asylum for this very special episode. Get bonus episodes of The Stand Podcast every month exclusively at: https://Patreon.com/JasonSechrest
81 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 1 – How We Came To Love Stephen King & Re-Reading The Stand in a Global Pandemic
Mike Flanagan, Tananarive Due, Anthony Breznican, and host Jason Sechrest discuss how they came to love Stephen King and what it’s like re-reading The Stand in the middle of a pandemic. Watch the video of this podcast at: TheStandPodcast.com
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