Monday, April 15, 2019

Podcast Alert: Flowers in the Attic

The increasingly inaccurate "March Madness" series from the Bodice Tipplers podcast is back, with the first of a two-part episode devoted to V.C. Andrews' 1979 gothic trash-terpiece "Flowers in the Attic." Sara and Courtney decided to split the epsiode into two parts because the whole thing topped out at three hours long ... and only ended then when their digital recorder ran out of memory.

"Flowers in the Attic" marks the halfway point in the March Madness series, which began with Peter David's Trekkie romance "Imzadi" and ends with an upcoming episode dedicated to "Barnabas Collins" by Marilyn Ross.

If you haven't read "Flowers in the Attic" you can find various editions of it on Amazon, which makes for a fascinting -- if depressing -- tour. Book cover art has really gone downhill since "Flowers in the Attic" was first published. Later editions of the book are shamelessly generic. (And make sure to check out the godawful cover of the audiobook.) Anyhoo, you can find a lot of great and terrible editions of "Flowers in the Attic" at Amazon HERE.

Sara and Courtney have written a lengthy blogpost to accompany the podcast, which you can find over at their website. If you're the impatient type and just want to get started, you can begin listening to it below.

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