Pex Lives: A Doctor Who Podcast (general)
James Murphy and Kevin Burns are both Certified Minor Internet Personalities with a shared love of Doctor Who. Explore the history of the show with them, as they watch classic serials and chat with each other each month about them. Each month, the pair will pick a classic serial to watch and then break down, exploring the themes, characters and production of the given story. There will also be jokes. New episodes on the first Sunday of every month.

Phil is joined by Eruditorum Press's very own Jane Campbell to talk about the gnostic and mystical implications of Neoreaction a Basilisk, which as I'm sure you know by now is available on Kickstarter all through May. And if you enjoy these podcasts, you should really back it, because holy crap the hosting bill this month is mental.

Direct download: Neoreaction_a_Basilisk_4.mp3
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Phil sits down with Sam Keeper of Storming the Ivory Tower to talk about Neoreaction a Basilisk, it's gnostic structure, and his secret traumatic origin story.

Neoreaction a Basilisk is currently available on Kickstarter.

Direct download: Neoreaction_a_Basilisk_3_Sam_Keeper.mp3
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Phil continues his self-indulgent Neoreaction a Basilisk book tour with Eruditorum Press's very own Jack Graham, where we sit down and have the two-and-a-half hour conversation about horror philosophy, leftist politics, and the alt-right that you'd expect us to. Also a bunch of Hugo Awards stuff, and generally one of the best Sandifer/Graham rambles to date.

You can get Neoreaction a Basilisk on Kickstarter all through May.

Direct download: NAB2.mp3
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This month, a special series of Eruditorum Presscasts as Phil sits down with various guests to be interviewed about his new book, Neoreaction a Basilisk. This week he's joined by David Gerard, who read the book in 2000 word chunks serialized as Phil was writing it, and who spent time in the trenches of LessWrong and reading neoreactionaries before it was cool.

You can back Neoreaction a Basilisk on Kickstarter. 

Direct download: Neoreaction_a_Basilisk_Podcast_1.mp3
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Phil is joined by Noah Berlatsky, author of Wonder Woman: Bondage and Feminism in the Marston/Peter Comics to talk about Grant Morrison's new Wonder Woman graphic novel and the usual motley of off-topic subjects.

Direct download: Eruditorum_Presscast_-_Wonder_Woman.mp3
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