53. The Evening Readness w/ Lance Schaubert and Kyle Welch
The doctors celebrate the happiest of New Years on episode fifty-three, and speaking of New Years, Sam talks his plans for escaping New York, while on the podcast proper the doctors welcome Lance and Kyle to talk all things conflict in Cormac McCarthy’s All The Pretty Horses and all things dialogical in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises.
Lancelot Schaubert is a Brooklyn-based, Joplin-influenced, and Illinois-raised author and producer. He co-directed and produced two film-like photonovels set in Joplin, Missouri as well as several short films in both Missouri and Illinois. He has sold work to Encounter, McSweeney’s, The Misty Review, Poker Pro, The 2016 Poet’s Market, and many others. His first novel will come available in 2017. (However he has yet to sire a child, so you might want to tiptoe around the whole “Sir” Lancelot thing).
Kyle Welch currently serves as a pastor, researcher, and screenwriter. He originates from the cornfields of Illinois, but after a long drive to the California coast, he refuses to leave. Most recently, he has survived Stage IIIB cancer and married the love of his life. You can follow him on Twitter: @KyleTheWelch