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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 242
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Greg Johnson Interviews Novelist Blake Nelson

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Greg Johnson talks to novelist Blake Nelson about his career, his new novel The Red Pill, and its frosty reception from the politically correct establishment.

  • 0:00: Introduction
  • 1:06: Blake’s article “How to Date a Feminist” and its reception
  • 9:36: Blake’s first novel Girl and the movie adaptation
  • 15:00: Blake’s experiences in getting his novels adapted; advice to writers
  • 24:12: Gus Van Sant’s movie of Blake’s novel Paranoid Park
  • 34:06: The TV series of Blake’s novel Recovery Road
  • 33:27: The sequels to Girl
  • 34:56: Blake on Chuck Palahniuk
  • 37:50: Blake on Jim Goad
  • 40:18: Jack Donovan
  • 40:55: The origins of The Red Pill
  • 49:30: What is The Red Pill about?
  • 54:46: The reception of The Red Pill from the publishing industry, reviewers, and the public
  • 1:06:39: What is next for Blake Nelson
  • Reviews of The Red Pill at Counter-Currents: F. Roger Devlin, James O’Meara

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  1. Rob Bottom
    Posted August 4, 2019 at 7:22 pm | Permalink

    From the reviews I would not have thought Nelson would be such an interesting character. This was a pleasant discussion and his personal experience with the movie business was fascinating. He seems like a nice guy. It’s sad, though entirely predictable, that he would be attacked for his willingness to explore an American sub-culture merely because of its reputation as “the enemy” of progressives. Whatever happened to intellectual curiosity and artistic freedom?

  2. Theon
    Posted August 4, 2019 at 7:42 pm | Permalink

    That was pretty good. I got The Red Pill already because I saw the movie to Paranoid Park and liked it well.

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