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Friday, November 25, 2022

Stephen King’s ‘Song of Susannah’ Is a Rush of Gunpowder to the Head [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

The Dark Tower looms, but first? Dinner at the Dixie Pig.

The Losers’ Club resumes their sprint through the final volumes of The Dark Tower saga (Wind Through the Keyhole, notwithstanding) with this epic discussion about the relatively slim Song of Susannah. Released in the summer of 2004, the penultimate Dark Tower novel bounces across dimensions and decades, setting explosive shootouts and cannibalistic dinner parties against a tender (and tragic) portrait of doomed motherhood. A divisive entry in the King canon

Join Losers Randall Colburn, Ana Marie Cox, Dan Pfleegor, and Dan Caffrey as they unpack its labyrinthian lore, intriguing array of supporting characters, and metafictional flourishes. Does the book’s most infamous cameo work — or is it a case of the author eating his own tail? Also, what does the book have to say about the tension between magic and science?

A lot, it turns out.

Stream the episode below and stay tuned later this week when the Losers list out the 10 best King stories to devour ahead of Thanksgiving. For further adventures, join the Club over long days and pleasant nights via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, Acast, Google Podcasts, and RSS. You can also unlock hundreds of hours of content in The Barrens (Patreon).

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