4 thoughts on “Unfortunate Associates: The Austere Academy

    1. We’ll definitely get to this on the next episode! At this moment I feel I most identify with Mr. Poe because I wander through life entirely oblivious to the amazing/dangerous things happening around me.


  1. To Whom it May Concern:

    So far I have enjoyed listening to these podcasts, although I hope you’re able to stay more focused on ASOUE in the future and not talk too much about your other podcasts! Also, I know you don’t want to do a complete re-cap of each book, but going a little further into the plot details really wouldn’t hurt. As you get into the next few books, I hope you will spend more time on them as they tend to get longer and more complicated as the series goes on.
    For the first few podcasts, it almost seemed like you were talking about the books without really reading them thoroughly or caring much about them – maybe this was just me but I feel like I’m wanting you to really delve into the story of the Baudelaire orphans a bit more. Overall, thank you for providing dedicated flaneurs like myself a revisiting of this unfortunate series as we eagerly await the Netflix release.

    The world is quiet here.
    Dedicated Flaneur

    1. Yeah, I’ve always had a similar format really. If someone wants to guest on my podcasts I’ll give them the first 5-10 minutes to plug the other stuff their working on. It just happened that the other thing Kristjan was working on was my project too.

      I do over-promote other projects occasionally but the truth is that this can only really be a limited run series. We’ll talk about the books, the movie, and the first season of the show, and then we’ll have very little to talk about between seasons 1 and 2. We’ll have interviews where we can get them, but I want to make sure that people know where else they can find my work once Unfortunate Associates slows down.

      We’ll try to stay more focused on the books in the future, but I’ve always had that side conversation nature as a podcast host.

      With all due respect,

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