TSM Episode 487: The Obscenity of Catullus

The origin of eternal verse.

The Eternal City

Download Link: Released 2018.06.25

When the frigid cold (0c) of the Australian winter agitates SiliconNooB into attacking the readers with demands of hard currency and frosty beer, Lusipurr valiantly checks the S’NooB assault with the sharp-tongued verse of the Roman poet Catullus.

7 comments on “TSM Episode 487: The Obscenity of Catullus”

  1. We announced our last TARGET BONUS in this podcast! If you’re not following the “Long Hot Summer” donation drive thread (or if you haven’t made a donation yet), please do so!

  2. I’ve really enjoyed the past couple Literaturplatze! The Fagles translation of Iliad is really different from the Fitzgerald translation I own, and the Cautullus was just beautiful. I’ll have to look more into him. More ancient and medieval poetry whenever you feel like it, please!

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  4. @Reetin / @Imitanis: AGREED!

    @Durga: Rome is eternal.

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