GAR! Podcast Episode 42: Love Letters From My Wife

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This week’s episode of The GAR! Podcast includes discussion of the following:

42 / Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy / Eoin Colfer / film adaptations / Philip K. Dick / True Detective / The King in Yellow / Derrick Ferguson / Jennifer Blood / Candy Crush / Read On… Romance / tattoos / League of Extraordinary Gentlemen / all writers are crazy / internet problems / libraries and the homeless / signing books / Love Letters to My Wife / Netflix / Safety Not Guaranteed / Dave Batista / Guardians of the Galaxy / Glenn’s Wonder Woman / “Rio” by Duran Duran /


Glenn talks “True Detective” at Biff Bam Pop!

Dillon and The Last Rail to Khusra by Derrick Ferguson

Read On… Romance by C.L. Quillen and Ilene N. Lefkowitz

C.L. Quillen’s Amazon page

Writer Circle

South Jersey Writers

Glenn’s blog post on Wireless Hospitality

Guardians of the Galaxy trailer

Glenn’s Twitter

Ray’s Twitter

The GAR! Podcast on Facebook


“Wonder Woman” theme

“Rio” by Duran Duran


2 thoughts on “GAR! Podcast Episode 42: Love Letters From My Wife”

  1. Some thoughts on your latest episode, gentlemen:
    Yeah, TRUE DETECTIVE boasts the type of writing that makes me want to give up the game as there is no way…even if I lived to be 200 that I could write as well as Nic Pizzolatto. The guy is brilliant. And I think that Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey have both done the best acting I have ever seen them do and considering their sepearate bodies of work, that’s saying a lot.

    Yeah, I liked the movie version of LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN more than the comic, too.

    Here’s a link to my review of SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED. Enjoy.

    And I agree; you wanna make a WONDER WOMAN movie, just go listen to the TV show’s theme song. Everything you need to know about her is right there.

    And thanks for saying nice things about DILLON AND THE LAST RAIL TO KHUSRA. I don’t know if it’s the best thing I’ve ever written but I have to admit I’m delighted by the reception it’s been getting. Everybody seems to like it a lot.

  2. Thanks for stopping by and commenting, DF, truth be told, your podcast Better in the Dark is the main thrust of my being brave enough to give this a try in the first place, so my hat is off to you, man.

    I agree on all your points, and have Safety Not Guaranteed in my Netflix queue, so I’ll read the review after I’ve seen it.

    Thanks again, man!

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