«—Quiero decir —dijo ella—, que uno no puede evitar hacerse mayor. —Quizá uno no pueda —dijo Humpty Dumpty—, pero dos sí. Con la ayuda adecuada, podrías haberte quedado en los siete años.» Lewis Carroll, a través del espejo. Inicio: Casilda quiere ser bruja 👧 Olga Paraíso Cuento breve: El oficio de bruja, Neil Gaiman CUENTO: No le preguntéis a Jack, escrito por Neil Gaiman Cierre de audio: POCIÓN DE BRAVURA. Ingredientes para lo poción: Un grillo, alas de mosca, huevo de gallina roja, pata de araña, amapola, cáñamo, jengibre, escaramujo, sándalo, jazmín, aceite de luna, cola de salamandra, lombrices, ajos, queso caducado, pelo de Olga, polvos de bruja y sangre dulce. 🕷🐍🕸🐙☘️🍁🌙🐸💣 ¡Buen provecho oyentes! Una producción de Historias para ser Leídas Voces: Olga Paraíso Neil Gaiman. Escritor y guionista inglés, un destacado autor dedicado al mundo del cómic, la literatura fantástica y el terror. Gaiman comenzó su carrera como crítico y colaborador de diversas revistas sobre cómics, trabajando después como guionista, primero de manera independiente y luego para DC Cómics en Estados Unidos con Orquídea Negra. En 1989 crea la serie Sandman, su obra más conocida dentro del mundo del cómic, y que le valdría el reconocimiento a nivel internacional. Con 75 números y varias novelas gráficas derivadas, Sandman ha cosechado numerosos premios y está considerada una obra singular en la historia del cómic contemporáneo. Tras el éxito de Sandman, Gaiman comenzó su carrera como escritor, primero con una colaboración con Terry Pratchett, Buenos Presagios (1990), que se convertiría en una aclamada serie casi 20 años después. También escribió Neverwhere, la novelización de la serie de la BBC y con American Gods consiguió el Premio Stoker y el Hugo. En 2009 volvió a ganar el Premio Hugo con su novela juvenil El libro del cementerio, que le consolidó como uno de los escritores más populares en habla inglesa. https://www.neilgaiman.com/ Su novela Stardust, así como su libro para jóvenes adultos, Coraline, fueron llevadas al cine con gran éxito de público a nivel internacional. Como guionista ha participado en películas como Beowulf y Mirrormask, dos arriesgadas propuestas de animación. (Fuente Lecturalia) Premio Hugo 2009 Premio Hugo 2002 Premio Nébula de Novela 2002 Premio Stoker 2001 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 📌Más contenido extra en nuestro canal informativo de Telegram: ¡¡Síguenos!!https://t.me/historiasparaserleidas 🛑BIO Olga Paraíso: https://instabio.cc/Hleidas 📌Súbete a nuestra nave, gracias por tu apoyo. ¡¡Hasta el próximo audio!! (｡◕‿◕｡) 🚀🍻🍻 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Gillian Anderson needs no introduction, but with this being the introduction part of the podcast, an introduction is what she shall have. An Emmy, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild (the list goes on and on, and quite rightly) award winner, Anderson is a veteran of the X-Files series - but of course - as well as, more recently, The Crown and Sex Education, not forgetting Bleak House, American Gods, Great Expectations and much, much more. Here she talks to a very chilly Ali over Zoom in honour of her latest, the Netflix detective mystery thriller The Pale Blue Eye. No spoilers here, we promise!
In today's episode, Amanda drinks some bourbon with actor, comedian Clare McConnell to discuss insecurities in front of the camera, taking big chances, and the mathematics of a bell curve. Clare is an actor and comedian best known for her portrayal of Effie Newsome on CBC's Murdoch Mysteries and as Klingon Leader Dennas on the Paramount+ series Star Trek: Discovery. You may also recognize Clare from shows like American Gods, Nurses, Hudson & Rex, and Killjoys. Alongside the cast of Avocado Toast Season 2, Clare was nominated for Best Ensemble Cast in a Comedy at this year's Rio Web Festival. Clare has also performed in Second City Toronto's Touring Company and is an alumna of the Second City Mainstage. Broadway World once described her as “like a red-headed Jim Carry”. Looking for more of The Liquid Courage Podcast? Instagram: @liquidcouragepodcast TikTok: @liquidcouragepodcast YouTube Video Episodes & more! Reach out at www.liquidcouragepodcast.com Host - Amanda Pereira: insta @hotcoldspicy Guest on this episode – Clare McConnell: insta & tiktok @itsclaremcconnell
On this weeks episode of Editors on Editing, Glenn is joined by Christopher Donaldson and Roslyn Kalloo. Chris's editing credits include Take This Waltz, Crimes Of The Future, The Handmaid's Tale, Reacher, Slings and Arrows, American Gods and Penny Dreadful. Roslyns editing credits include Vikings: Valhalla, Hemlock Grove, Mary Kills People, The Mystery of Mazo De La Roche and Late Fragment. Now they have joined together to craft one of the most moving and powerful films of the year: Women Talking, in theaters December 25th. Thanks again to ACE for partnering with us on this podcast, check out their website for more. Want to see more interviews from Glenn? Check out "Editors on Editing" here. The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and, please leave a review so more people can find our show! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support
Smiley Face Killers, Native American Earthworks, mounds, effigy sites, Wisconsin, La Crosse, La Crosse's earthworks & many bars, the mystical Catholicism of La Crosse, Cathedral of St. Joseph the Work Man, Franciscan Order, Riverside Park, Mississippi River, Wisconsin River, Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin, gifted program, high number of gifted kids among Smiley victims, "Chinatown," "Chinatown" depicting a Smiley murder, Menomonie, Eau Claire, Neil Gaiman, "American Gods," David Lynch, Madison, Nirvana, Kurt Cobain, William S. Burroughs, DC Sniper, University of Wisconsin system, Luke Helder, Hartland, Smiley victims who attended the same high school, Lake Geneva, industrial metal scene, Elkhorn, Whitewater, Michigan dogmen, Beast of Bray Road, Smiley in Ohio, US Route 23, Cincinnati, Covington, Piep Piper clock tower in Covington, John Phillips, Michelle Phillips, Brett Easton EllisMusic by: Keith Allen Dennishttps://keithallendennis.bandcamp.com/ Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Neil Gaiman es un autor inglés de ficción corta, novelas, cómics, novelas gráficas, textos de no ficción, audio teatro y películas. Sus trabajos incluyen The Sandman, American Gods y Coraline. Ha ganado numerosos premios, incluidos los premios Hugo, Nébula y Bram Stoker. Hoy reflexionamos con estas palabras: “La vida siempre va a ser más extraña que la ficción, porque la ficción tiene que ser convincente y la vida no.”
En esta nueva emisión de #LasVocesDelLibroUR estuvimos hablando con José David Cortés Guerrero, profesor asociado de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia y editor académico del libro: “Historia de la religión en Colombia, 1510-2021”. Un libro, gran formato, que ofrece un amplio panorama sobre la historia de la religión, las variadas denominaciones religiosas y el fenómeno religioso en nuestro país, entre el siglo XVI y el siglo XXI. Para nuestra sección de recomendados, sobre literatura y religión, contamos con la participación de Laura Ballesteros Chitiva, periodista de la Universidad del Rosario, quien, en conjunto con nuestros panelistas, hablaron de los libros: “Perelandra (Viaje a Venus)” de C.S. Lewis; “Dune” de Frank Herbert; “American Gods” de Neil Gaiman; y “La última tentación de Cristo” de Nikos Kazantzakis. Conduce: Luis E. Izquierdo. Panelistas: Diego A Garzon-Forero y Melissa Botero Triana. Produce: Diego A Garzon-Forero, Juan Carlos Ruíz Hurtado y Laura Ballesteros Chitiva. Editorial Universidad del Rosario. .
▫️ Today, we have the honor of speaking with Emmy award winner(!) Wendy Hallam Martin, who is responsible for editing so many of our favorite episodes throughout all 5 seasons of The Handmaid's Tale. We completely geeked out with Wendy learning about her journey to scoring our most envied job, her editing process and so much more about how the show comes together behind the scenes. She also shared some fascinating behind the scenes stories from The Handmaid's Tale. ▪️ This episode will include spoilers for new viewers as we discuss the show to date, which is through Season 5, Episode 10. ▫️ And since you enjoy Wendy's work so much, be sure to check her out her new limited series Fellow Traveler's coming to Showtime soon! In the meantime you can see her work in The Tudor's, The Borgia's, Saving Hope, American Gods, Queer as Folk, and many more! Check her out on IMDB! ▪️ Please come find us on Facebook at Above the Garage - The Handmaid's Tale Podcast and Twitter at @AboveGaragePod
Casey and The Coach discuss people worshiping an Americanized version God, looking for a political savior instead of looking to Jesus, and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
HOLLYWOOD IS drawing our culture into paganism. There is no other way to characterize the types of movies and TV series coming out of the major studios.Joining us for our monthly Iron and Myth series are Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com), author of Leviathan and Behemoth and screenwriter of the new film My Son Hunter (www.MySonHunter.com), Pastor Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com), author of Giants: Sons of the Gods. And Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com), author of Interview with the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim.We discuss the religious themes in the films and television series coming out of Hollywood, from Twin Peaks, Stargate SG-1, American Gods, and Sandman to Clash of the Titans, Avengers: Endgame, The Eternals, and Justice League. The bottom line is that pagan religion sells, and Americans seem all too willing to buy.
🕷Especial Halloween con Casilda, el tarot y la quiromancia. ⚔️15 cartas de un tarot vampírico de Neil Gaiman. 🔮Descripción de cada carta e interpretación basada en el Manual práctico de Eudes Pícard (1867-1932) Neil Gaiman. Escritor y guionista inglés, un destacado autor dedicado al mundo del cómic, la literatura fantástica y el terror. Gaiman comenzó su carrera como crítico y colaborador de diversas revistas sobre cómics, trabajando después como guionista, primero de manera independiente y luego para DC Cómics en Estados Unidos con Orquídea Negra. En 1989 crea la serie Sandman, su obra más conocida dentro del mundo del cómic, y que le valdría el reconocimiento a nivel internacional. Con 75 números y varias novelas gráficas derivadas, Sandman ha cosechado numerosos premios y está considerada una obra singular en la historia del cómic contemporáneo. Tras el éxito de Sandman, Gaiman comenzó su carrera como escritor, primero con una colaboración con Terry Pratchett, Buenos Presagios (1990), que se convertiría en una aclamada serie casi 20 años después. También escribió Neverwhere, la novelización de la serie de la BBC y con American Gods consiguió el Premio Stoker y el Hugo. En 2009 volvió a ganar el Premio Hugo con su novela juvenil El libro del cementerio, que le consolidó como uno de los escritores más populares en habla inglesa. https://www.neilgaiman.com/ Su novela Stardust, así como su libro para jóvenes adultos, Coraline, fueron llevadas al cine con gran éxito de público a nivel internacional. Como guionista ha participado en películas como Beowulf y Mirrormask, dos arriesgadas propuestas de animación. (Fuente Lecturalia) Premio Hugo 2009 Premio Hugo 2002 Premio Nébula de Novela 2002 Premio Stoker 2001 ------------------------------------------ 📌Síguenos en nuestro canal informativo de Telegram: https://t.me/historiasparaserleidas Suscríbete a nuestra Newsletter: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/historiasparaserleidas 🛑BIO Olga Paraíso: https://instabio.cc/Hleidas 📌Twitter https://twitter.com/HLeidas Gracias a los Taberneros Galácticos que apoyan este podcast, sin vosotros esto no seria posible. 🍻🍻 Si quieres apoyar nuestro podcast pulsa en el botón azul de apoyar y súbete a nuestra nave. Gracias por tu escucha. 🚀 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
HOLLYWOOD IS drawing our culture into paganism. There is no other way to characterize the types of movies and TV series coming out of the major studios. Joining us for our monthly Iron and Myth series are Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com), author of Leviathan and Behemoth and screenwriter of the new film My Son Hunter (www.MySonHunter.com), Pastor Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com), author of Giants: Sons of the Gods, and Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com), author of Interview with the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim. We discuss the religious themes in the films and television series coming out of Hollywood, from Twin Peaks, Stargate SG-1, American Gods, and Sandman to Clash of the Titans, Avengers: Endgame, The Eternals, and Justice League. The bottom line is that pagan religion sells, and Americans seem all too willing to buy. Subscribe and share our YouTube channel at www.YouTube.com/GilbertHouse! Get all of our video and audio content on our new mobile app: www.gilberthouse.org/app/!——My new book, The Second Coming of Saturn, is available in paperback and Kindle! Check out free chapters of the book by clicking here (https://www.derekpgilbert.com/category/second-coming-of-saturn/).——Read my novels for free! Iron Dragons and The God Conspiracy are part of Amazon's Kindle Unlimited program, and they're linked at my author page: Amazon.com/author/derekpgilbert.——Please join Derek and Sharon Gilbert each Sunday for the Gilbert House Fellowship, our weekly Bible study podcast. Log on to www.GilbertHouse.org for more details. Get all of our podcasts — VFTB, P.I.D. Radio, and the Gilbert House Fellowship — at Spreaker: www.spreaker.com/user/gilberthouse. That's more than 1,400 hours of free archived audio going back to 2005! Check out our weekly video programs: SciFriday (www.scifriday.tv) and Unraveling Revelation (www.unravelingrevelation.tv), and subscribe to the YouTube channels: YouTube.com/UnravelingRevelation and YouTube.com/SciFridayTV.——Please visit our online store for special offers on our books and DVDs: www.gilberthouse.org/store.——Discuss these topics at the VFTB Facebook page (www.facebook.com/viewfromthebunker) and check out the great podcasters at the Fringe Radio Network (www.spreaker.com/user/mxpw)!
HOLLYWOOD IS drawing our culture into paganism. There is no other way to characterize the types of movies and TV series coming out of the major studios. Joining us for our monthly Iron and Myth series are Brian Godawa (www.godawa.com), author of Leviathan and Behemoth and screenwriter of the new film My Son Hunter (www.MySonHunter.com), Pastor Doug Van Dorn (www.douglasvandorn.com), author of Giants: Sons of the Gods. And Dr. Judd Burton (www.burtonbeyond.com), author of Interview with the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim. We discuss the religious themes in the films and television series coming out of Hollywood, from Twin Peaks, Stargate SG-1, American Gods, and Sandman to Clash of the Titans, Avengers: Endgame, The Eternals, and Justice League. The bottom line is that pagan religion sells, and Americans seem all too willing to buy.
Much like the comic itself, our podcast on the first season of the Sandman TV show is finally here. To do so, we're happy to welcome back AP reporter Ashraf Khalil (@ashrafkhalil) to talk about it. It's only fitting since Ash read many of those issues by borrowing them off me or reading them in our dorm in college, when the series was being originally published back in the 1990s. We'll talk about reading the series in real time, the pain of publishing delays, favorite stories and such. Then, we'll discuss the TV show, what we liked and didn't like, being faithful to the source material, casting choices in 2022 vs how the characters were written or created 30 years ago, future seasons and more. We also discuss some of Neil Gaiman's other work adapted to TV, like American Gods and Good Omens. We also managed to sneak in some wrestling chat. Ash talked about what he is liking about the two big promotions currently and I mention some of the other stuff I've been watching. We also talk about the recent death of Antonio Inoki, some of his matches and his out-of-the-ring notoriety. At the end, there's some brief futbol chat, about Egypt not making the upcoming World Cup and the rivalries between African futbol powers. A shout out to Vintage Phoenix Comics in Bloomington, Indiana, where many issues of Sandman were bought in the 1990s and our friend Victoria who was often along for the comic shop trips back then. Hope you are well, Vic.
After watching American Gods by Neil Gaiman I have some things to say. It's available on Amszon and Starz but I feel we need to learn more. Strap in and enjoy. The reaction to season 2 and 3 of American Gods. Enjoy. Watch it and get your own take aways.
Enjoy this episode of the only podcast that gives you BOTH a capsule description of the Paramount Accords and personal childhood memories of an imaginary mermaid girlfriend. With special guests like television luminary writer/producer Bryan Fuller, who are also witness to all of the above in real time! You can't miss it. And you're not missing it, because here you are, reading the shownotes.Later, we'll take an hotline message about island movies.What's GoodAlonso - PaxlovidDrea - Californians saving powerBryan - E.T. on IMAXIfy - Korean skincare/hyaluronic acidITIDICWall-E Criterion 4K ReleaseZac Efron Says His Baywatch regimen is unattainable, made him depressedCineworld Stocks Up after Bankruptcy Cash Influx Staff PicksAlonso - Whirlybird (2020)Drea - Big Fish (2003)Ify - Aladdin (2019)Bryan - Amelie (2001)SoylentGo to Soylent.com/maxfilm and use promo code MAXFILM to get 20% OFF your first order.With:Ify NwadiweDrea ClarkAlonso DuraldeBryan FullerProduced by Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher
Original broadcast date September 8, 2022. The original podcast post is here: https://pixelatedgeek.com/2022/09/binary-system-podcast-329-wtnv-213-murals/ It's no secret that the Binary System Podcast team is always finding moments that would be perfect for fan art (we do love us some fan art). This week's episode felt like the Welcome To Night Vale writers were throwing down multiple challenges to fan artists. Listen in as we recap the City Council's latest attempt to bring in some sweet, sweet tourist bucks by commissioning a dozen or so new murals by a not-so-anonymous artist. (Who's name would have been a cute joke that we whiffed by not pronouncing it consistently. BANsky? BANKsy? Is that how it's spelled? No way to know...) It's kind of a short episode this week since we still haven't watched more Sandman (bad fans, no cookie), so after the recap we ramble a little bit about speakeasies, multi-purpose bars, the Hugo Award winners, and the vagaries of streaming services (Starz, why DO you only have season 1 of American Gods anyway?) This week's outro is a clip from Midnight Drones by Psychadelik Pedestrian. Hugh's review of Moonfall can be found here, and Leland's review of Star Trek Mission Las Vegas 2022 can be found here. Looking for a present for that hard-to-shop-for person? Want to buy them (or yourself) a square foot of a castle in Scotland? Look no further! You can support the restoration of Dunan's castle, legally call yourself Lady or Laird, AND if you use http://www.scottishlaird.co.uk/#_a_2gk to get there, you can support this podcast too! For updates, fan art, and other randomness, come follow us on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, and Instagram!
Download for Mobile | Podcast Preview | Full Timestamps Bionicle: Your Childhood Started When Mine Ended Old Movie Good Prey 2022 Talk (Spoiler Free) Sugiyama's Quest! Episode 1: Nanking Hustle or Scam: Indian Cricket Edition You can watch us record the podcast live on twitch.tv/castlesuperbeast Go to http://hellofresh.com/superbeast16 and use code superbeast16 for 16 free meals across 7 boxes AND 3 free gifts! MultiVersus tops Elden Ring to become July's best-selling game Wild Arms and Shadow Hearts creators announce Double Kickstarter for spiritual successors Armed Fantasia & Penny Blood PlayStation 5 price increase announced Sony is being sued for £5 billion ($5.9 billion), with the plaintiff claiming Sony is over-charging consumers and abusing its position as the primary seller of PlayStation games digitally. BioShock — Netflix live-action feature film adaptation of the renowned video game franchise — will be directed by Francis Lawrence (I Am Legend, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Slumberland) from a script written by Michael Green (Logan, Blade Runner 2049, American Gods). ‘Resident Evil' Series Canceled By Netflix After One Season Controversial Dragon Quest Composer Koichi Sugiyama Gets TV Drama About His Life Wu Long: Fallen Dynasty (new Team Ninja game) gameplay trailer Billion in Market Cap Trying to Cut $3 Billion in Costs
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Roxanna are discussing: Bookish Moments: reading as a gauge and a library cookbook Current Reads: books we've been guarding like precious gems Deep Dive: reading the world - why and how The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes over our reading lives As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 2:00 - Season 5: Episode 2 2:04 - Brilliant Books 3:07 - Bookish Moment of the Week 3:57 - The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood 7:28 - Modern Lunch by Allison Day 8:54 - Current Reads 9:14 - Orange for the Sunsets by Tina Athaide (Roxanna) 16:20 - Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop by Danyel Smith (Kaytee) 16:51 - Season 4: Episode 29 16:54 - The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah Jones 17:21 - Cafe Con Libros 18:07 - Black Girl Songbook Podcast 20:25 - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles 20:57 - Check Please! By Ngozi Ukazu (Roxanna) 26:41 - Jubilee by Margaret Walker (Kaytee) 27:17 - Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell 28:58 - Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi 29:00 - The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois by Honoree Fanonne Jeffers 29:38 - Kindred by Octavia Butler 31:34 - Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir 31:46 - An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield (Roxanna) 36:48 - Packing for Mars by Mary Roach 37:55 - Hola Papi by John Paul Brammer (Kaytee) 38:05 - Tiny Beautiful Things (Dear Sugar) by Cheryl Strayed 40:41 - Deep Dive: Reading the World 40:56 - Currently Reading Patreon (access to the reading log and much more!) 50:41 - Canada Reads 52:14 - The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy 52:45 - Lallan Sweets by Srishti Chaudhary 55:00 - BookRiot 55:09 - Get Booked Podcast 55:42 - Strong Sense of Place Podcast 55:59 - The Next Chapter 56:33 - Meet Us At The Fountain I wish I had a book with maps that explains the history and events of each place. (Roxanna) 59:15 - The History of the World Map by Map by DK and The Smithsonian Institute I wish I could keep better track of books coming to the screen. (Kaytee) 1:01:25 - The Sandman by Neil Gaiman (vol.1) 1:01:33 - Stardust by Neil Gaiman 1:01:35 - Coraline by Neil Gaiman 1:01:36 - American Gods by Neil Gaiman 1:01:38 - Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman 1:01:41 - The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading
C'est l'été, on vous propose le retour du petit module 10 Questions du Causeur avec 10 questions que l'on a posées à un ou une causeuse ou un.e invité.e. Aujourd'hui, nous accueillons Ricky Whittle, rencontré lors du Festival de Télévision de Monte Carlo. Les 10 questions : 1-La série que tu regardes honteusement ? 2-La série que tout le monde regarde, sauf toi ? 3-La série que personne ne regarde, sauf toi ? 4-La série que tu as le plus revue ? 5-La série qui raconterait ta vie ? 6-Ta série d'enfance ? 7-La série qui te fait chialer ? 8-La série qui te fait rire ? 9-La série qui te fait dire que tu aurais pu faire mieux si tu étais le showrunner ? 10-La série que tu ne peux pas revoir ? N'hésitez pas à partager vos réponses !
Not having read the graphic novel series, my anticipation for Netflix's live-action adaptation of The Sandman was based on solely on my love of Neil Gaiman's other works (American Gods), the visuals in the trailer, and the diversity of the cast. Everything delivered in the first two episodes. Charles Dance's Roderick Burgess was like if Tywin Lannister went to Hogwarts — and you know he'd have been Slytherin — and Tom Sturridge is about to AMSR his way into reading some Buzzfeed thirst tweets. It's not until episode two, when Sturridge's Morpheus witnesses the cost of his absence, that things get truly beautiful.
Join us as we talk about one of the best authors in existence and concepts of perspective in art. This episode could arguably subjectively be our best episode ever, but objectively is just as bad as the rest of our stuff.The Copilots Review Patreon page --> PatreonNew episodes on the 2nd and 22nd of every month, with interstitial episodes released on the 12th.You can find us on YouTube. Check us out here --> Copilots Review on YouTubeIf you would like to contact us or recommend a series for us to watch/listen/play/otherwise interact with and review you can email us at CopilotsReview@gmail.com or reach us on Twitter at @copilotsreview, or join the Discord or find all of these options at copilotsreview.simplecast.com. Thanks again!Lastly we want to thank Jessica Kuczynski! She designed our awesome podcast art. You can find her other work, her shop or commission her for original art at her website jessicakuczynski.com or at her twitter
The Sandman is a much-loved series of graphic novels written by Neil Gaiman (see also: Stardust, American Gods, Coraline and Good Omens with Sir Terry Pratchett) and it's finally - after two decades lurking in Development Hell - been turned into a TV show, now on Netflix. Tom Sturridge stars as the titular character, all cheekbones and black robes, who embodies the concept of storytelling and dreaming in a world that also features Death, Despair, Desire and many other anthropomorphic personifications known as 'The Endless'. It's a fascinating dark fantasy drama and it was Ali's great pleasure to talk to Morpheus himself (as he's also known) over Zoom just before the show's big BFI premiere that evening - hear their chat here, and do your best not to nod off...
Neil Gaiman's writing - from The Sandman to American Gods to Good Omens to hundreds of comics, novels and screenplays - uses fantasy to help explain modern reality. Marc talks with Neil about how his early work sidestepped the pre-adolescent male power fantasies of most contemporary comic books and helped connect with a broad and enduring fanbase. They also talk about the new adaptation of The Sandman for Netflix and why Neil believes his past experiences in TV led him to make the ideal filmed version of his work. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Sign up here for WTF+ to get the full show archives and weekly bonus material! https://plus.acast.com/s/wtf-with-marc-maron-podcast.
There's a reason why Neil Gaiman is the most famous writer scifi, horror & fantasy ever made. That rockstar reputation didn't start with appearances on The Simpsons. By the age of 32, when most writers are just getting started, Gaiman had already written a masterpiece of fantasy. The 75 issues of The Sandman are a tour through the mythos of humanity, and a masters thesis on the uses, and abuses, of fantasy. But the origin of The Sandman in comic books kept it a cult classic for over 30 years. Gaiman became better known for novels like American Gods and stories for children. (The Sandman is NOT for children.) Now a new Netflix adaptation, created by Neil Gaiman himself, is a chance for The Sandman to meet the mainstream. Will it succeed where previous adaptations of Gaiman have failed? I feel quietly confident the answer is yes. Audio extracts from The Sandman audiobook produced by Dirk Maggs https://amzn.to/3ox9qox Follow the the Science Fiction podcast and become a member https://damiengwalter.com/podcast/ Advanced Scifi & Fantasy Writing https://damiengwalter.com/advanced-scifi-and-fantasy/ The Rhetoric of Story https://damiengwalter.com/the-rhetoric-of-story/ Join the discussion on the Science Fiction community https://www.facebook.com/groups/324897304599197
Puntata a cura di Jacopo Bulgarini d'Elci e Livio Pacella.Nella magnifica Hannibal (3 stagioni per 39 episodi, in Italia ora su Prime Video) troviamo il dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) nel fiore degli anni. Luminare della psichiatria, viene affiancato dall'FBI a Will Graham (Hugh Dancy), tormentato investigatore che dà la caccia ai serial killer. Peccato che proprio Lecter sia, segretamente, un cannibale: e il più efferato degli assassini. Sarà l'incontro di due solitudini, e una danza fascinosa e terribile sull'orlo dell'abisso.Andata in onda dal 2013 al 2015, creata da Bryan Fuller (Dead Like Me, American Gods) a partire dai romanzi di Thomas Harris, come raccontiamo nel podcast Hannibal è una serie visionaria e potente: e una riflessione molto interessante su cosa renda così magnetica e affascinante, per il pubblico d'oggi, la figura del serial killer.“Nuovi classici”: il podcast a due voci di Mondoserie su serie che diventano fenomeni immediati.MUSICA NELLA PUNTATA:Undercover Vampire Policeman di Chris Zabriskie è un brano concesso in uso tramite licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione 4.0. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Fonte: http://chriszabriskie.com/uvp/Artista: http://chriszabriskie.com/Parte del progetto: https://www.mondoserie.it/Iscriviti al podcast sulla tua piattaforma preferita: https://www.spreaker.com/show/mondoserie-podcast Collegati a MONDOSERIE sui social: https://www.facebook.com/mondoseriehttps://www.instagram.com/mondoserie.it/ https://twitter.com/mondoserie_it https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwXpMjWOcPbFwdit0QJNnXQ https://www.linkedin.com/in/mondoserie/
What's up y'all of little faith and welcome to episode 10 of season 2 of TFP. I'm your hostess, not your Moses, Mat Hayes, and if I'm still giving you episodes it means that I'm still looking for answers!Today, I have the privilege of speaking with Amir Yass. He's a queer muslim unicorn who doesn't shy away from any conversation. He's an LGBTQ activist battling against racism, transphobia, and body shaming in the queer community. Creating safe spaces is of the utmost importance to him. Previously a Hollywood publicist, he found fame during the pandemic on Tik Tok, where he has garnered over 30 million views and has gone viral countless times. He's been in been in Cosmopolitan magazine, E! News, BuzzFeed, Just Jared, Hollywood Life, The LA Times, and countless other publications.Most recently, he consulted on American Gods on Starz and Love, Victor on Hulu. Get ready for an hour of heavy discussion with hearty laughs and hilarious quips. Welcome to the show Amir Yass!
Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them. Part 3 (audio version) contains the 2nd film selection of all of the participants including Miss Violet Deville, Esmerelda May, Noctua, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Oliver Swisskey, Mr. Valdez, Mimi Hurricane, Lucky Charming, and Viktor Devonne. Films discussed are Mean Girls (2004), Jennifer's Body (2009), Broken Hearts Club (2000), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001), Clue (1985), The Naked Civil Servant (1975), Queen of the Damned (2002), Were the World Mine (2008), and season 3 of American Gods (2021). Video Versions of film discussions available: https://weburlesque.wordpress.com/tag/movies-that-made-we/ -- For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers. You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year's full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne. [Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act in 1976; Allowance is made for "Fair Use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All rights and credit go directly to its rightful owners. No copyright infringement, while likely, is intended.] You may also find us at @weburlesque on all relevant platforms and weburlesquepodcast.com to find your preferred audio listening platform.
Today on Too Opinionated we talk with actress Rong Fu! Rong can be seen as Jenna Mitchell on Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. She is also known for her roles on Good Sam, Hello (Again), Workin' Moms, American Gods, American Gothic, Rookie Blue, Warehouse 13, and Beauty and the Beast. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod. (Please Subscribe) Check out the Website: Meisterkhan.com
Imagine a world where all the gods from various pantheons and countries are real and co-existing. What would that be like? Well, join our host this week as they discuss Neil Gaiman's American Gods to find out!
Transcription:00:04Welcome to Changing The Rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best lives and advice on how you can achieve that too! Join us with your lively host, Ray Lowe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Ray Loewe00:18Good morning, everybody. We're here in our brand new studios in Willow Street, Pennsylvania. We're here with our engineer, Luke Cagno. If Luke weren't here, this thing wouldn't come off. We have a special guest today that we're going to introduce in a minute. But I want to take a minute before we start and remind you of why we're doing these podcasts. Every week, we try to interview one of what we think are the luckiest people in the world. Now, the luckiest people in the world are those people who have pretty much-taken control of their lives; they live them under their own rules, based on their own purpose and what they want to accomplish. When they do this, it allows them to live the way they want to live. They live more exciting and more fascinating lives. So we're showcasing somebody every week with a hope that maybe those of you who are struggling to find where that is for you. You'll find a role model here. And again, the name of our show is Changing The Rules. One of the things that we find is that the people who are the luckiest people in the world deal well with rules. You know, we're filled with rules, right? Our whole life. When we're born, our parents give us rules. Then the church gives us rules. Then the schools give us rules. And before you know it, we have all these rules that are trying to determine what it is that we do. It was Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, that came up and said, 'if you're living your life under somebody else's rules, you're not living your own life'. So there's a time when we have to sift and sort through these rules and decide which ones are going to be important and which ones are going to be the guiding principles for us. We have a young man here, I emphasize young, who has been all over the world, and who has certainly find out found out what's important to him. I want to introduce Phil Schwab. I met Phil actually in a swimming pool, believe it or not, and Phil is a fourth-generation missionary. So Phil, say hi to everybody. Tell us a little bit about being a fourth-generation missionary.Phil Schwab02:34Hello, everybody. My grandfather was an elder in the Presbyterian Church and taught a men's Bible class and did ministry for many, many years. Then my father after being in the Navy, just four years, he went to Japan with my mom. By then I was I was around. So the four of us, my younger brother, and I, and my mom and dad went to Japan in 1948. So I grew up there.Ray Loewe03:03So you were kind of preordained with where your life was going to go early, weren't you? You had you had a lot of direction. Phil Schwab03:04Yeah, that's right. Ray Loewe03:04Tell me a little bit about your early life in Japan. I think one of the things that you mentioned during our pre interview was that missionaries were very welcome to Japan after the end of the Second World War. So tell us a little bit about that, too.Phil Schwab03:32Well, the atmosphere in Japan had changed a lot after they lost the war to America. And it's like they were thinking, hey, you know, maybe the American God is stronger than the Emperor and all of our worship of Shinto and everything like that. So General MacArthur said to have made a request that 1000 missionaries come to Japan because the doors are wide open. So I think that's what you're referring to. A lot of people that were in the military, and fighting the Japanese, they had a heart to go and reach their enemies with the gospel. So that's my dad. That's what Dad and Mom did.Ray Loewe04:22So you were dragged along at this point, you're not old enough to make your own decisions, right? At age three. You were actually born in the United States?Phil Schwab04:31Yes.Ray Loewe04:32You're a US citizen that was born at a Naval Hospital. You moved to Japan. So I think obviously, Japanese is one of the languages that you speak.Phil Schwab04:43Well, I picked it up as a kid. I was three and for two or three years in the neighborhood, I played with Japanese kids. Then I taught English later when I was in high school, and it ended up that my students, who were university students, they taught me more Japanese and I taught English. Because I had to explain a lot in Japanese. So I picked up kind of a little grasp of Japanese, which I still have, but it's very informal and conversational. Ray Loewe05:11I bet you can get along pretty well over there if you have to. So the first 10 years, or maybe a little longer of your life, was living in Japan. One of the things that you mentioned is that you learn to love the Asian culture.Phil Schwab05:29Yeah, well, it's almost like wherever you grow up, you tend to appreciate your surroundings and so forth. Here I was, most of my time with Japanese people riding Japanese trains to go to school, it was an American school we went to, so I grew up knowing English. But surrounded by Japanese, and of course, Japanese are very serious people. Kissinger once said that the Japanese are people that have no sense of humor. It's a very serious society. So I almost grew up being very serious, but I somehow overcame. I appreciate having grown up in Asia.Ray Loewe06:11So this set a structure for where you're going to go in your life. We talked briefly about your choice of college and where you went to college. So what formulated all that?Phil Schwab06:28I was having to make a choice, of course, and I was offered a full scholarship to a liberal arts college. At the same time, I felt I should start preparing for the ministry because that was what was on my heart. I wanted to be maybe going back to Asia or somewhere. So I chose to go to a Bible college where I graduated with a bachelor's degree with a Bible major. That's where I met my wife, actually. Okay. My wife is a missionaries kid, too. Her parents were missionaries of Bolivia. I was talking to her this morning and she said, [well, actually, we're both third generation. And then our daughter is a missionary in England working with young people.] So she was saying, 'I'm a fourth-generation too!.Ray Loewe07:17So we need to get her in here. We'll get the whole South American approach later. So you're done with college now? How did you decide what you want to do? How did you formulate your plans? Where did you go?Phil Schwab07:32Well, I actually went on to graduate school, a seminary graduate level. When I was there, I met a lot of Chinese that were overseas students. My roommate for a couple years was from Hong Kong. We got along very well. I don't know as long as time went on, I thought, Man, I, I relate well to these Asians. And if possible, I like to go back to Asia.Ray Loewe08:00And you did.Phil Schwab08:01I did. We did.Ray Loewe08:02So where did you go now? You were married by this time and everything. So where did you wind up? And? Where did you wind up? Let's start there. Phil Schwab08:11We wound up in Taiwan. I was interested in a ministry with Chinese people. So we wound up in Taiwan with a daughter, three months old, and starting language study in Taiwan. So we studied Taiwanese full time for two years, part-time for two years, and got going on that Asian language. And then later, 10 years later, we studied Mandarin as well and spent two more years. Anyway, that was our start. We had to learn culture and language.Ray Loewe08:48So we have you down with four languages. We have some Japanese, and then Taiwanese, and then Cantonese,Phil Schwab08:57Actually Taiwanese, and only two sentences of Cantonese, and Mandarin. I like to tell friends you know, I've been in Asia so long now my English have some problems.Ray Loewe09:09We have English too. So when somebody becomes a minister or a missionary, what's the process? I mean, you just don't go to a foreign country and say, 'Here I am. I'm a missionary'. Do you get a sponsor? How do you do that? What what happens here?Phil Schwab09:30No matter what, how you go out, who you're with, you have churches behind you; whether you're with the denomination or you're in a big program with the denomination. In our case, our mission is interdenominational, which means that we have churches, from different connections that supported us. So you've got the church, sending you out basically; but, then you need to go through an organization that can lead you, and train you, and also accept you in the first place. Well, actually the church is fun to you. But the organization has work going on in that country. So they have a program going. So you come there, and they help you get the language and then get into ministry. So it's a combination of the church and the sending organization.Ray Loewe10:26So here you are in Taiwan now, what was your primary mission once you got to Taiwan? And what were your responsibilities?Phil Schwab10:37Well, twofold. I for a number of years, we were in what we call "church planting", which means starting new churches, and Taiwan, which is only 2%. Christian, today, maybe a tiny bit more, but there's a need for as we looked at it a need for churches. So we did that. Then toward the latter time, latter part of my time there, they elected me as field chairman. So I was responsible for about 60 people for a few years. Those are the two things I did.Ray Loewe11:12Then you were in Taiwan for 23 years. What caused you to go on next? Because next was Hong Kong.Phil Schwab11:19It was. The year was 1996. Our organization realized that there were a lot of openings in China at that time. I mean, China was wide open. It just happened to be really wide open at that time for people coming in to do medical work, educational work, other kinds of social work, working with tribal, poor, tribal people, all kinds of things. So our mission asked me to be kind of the point person, and the good place to be a point person was Hong Kong. I was trying to help teams get started in China. That's what I was doing for four years after we left Taiwan.Ray Loewe12:07Let's go back to these two places that you've been. When you look at your experience in Taiwan, is there any particularly thing that stands out as a memory, or a tragedy, or a benefit, or anything that you want to talk about?Phil Schwab12:26Well, you mentioned a tragedy. That's because I've shared with you we did face a tragedy.Ray Loewe12:33I cheated on that one a little bit.Phil Schwab12:34Our son Brian was 15. He was in the American School. He was a freshman in high school and doing very well in English. Of course, it was Americans school. But also, he was one of the best students in Chinese. He took Chinese as a foreign language. Just a regular kid, you know, he liked soccer and so forth. He was in a dormitory because we were living three hours away from the school. His dorm dad planned an outing, a camp out by a river. Some of the dads were there, and some of the teachers, and so the guys were swimming at one stage along the way. The people in charge didn't have any safety equipment, just plain old, what he called life preservers, and all that kind of stuff. Because this is like 30, 32 years ago. So, unfortunately, Brian jumped into this river along with some other guys. It had been raining for three weeks and the river was very swollen. Somehow he, he got swept away, and we were too far away to actually rescue him. We lost him and didn't find his body really for a week. This is a big thing, not only for us, but for all his friends, and colleagues that we've had there in Taiwan. Ray Loewe14:17You took a tragedy and you're doing some good things about it. I know you have a campaign here to improve safety equipment, to make sure that that doesn't happen again. This an extension of your being a missionary, I think to a large extent. So anything else you want to say, that unfortunately, you have this in your life?Phil Schwab14:41Yeah. Excuse me. We have a daughter and a son. Brian and then Beth Ann was two and a half years older. If I could focus on the main thing that I faced in this situation was being able to forgive the school and the people that planned this thing. And basically, faulty planning, allowed this to happen, allowed the accident to happen. So I had a challenge with this. Just a simple word forgiveness, being able to forgive the school and it all happened internally. No, they didn't know I was struggling with this. But one guy was on the staff of the school said you should sue the school. And I just very simply said to him, you know, the Bible says Christians don't sue Christians. And it was a Christian school. And it was not intentional. But nevertheless, this was a struggle for me. I told God at one point, I said, I feel very bitter and very hateful here. But if you can change me, I'm willing to be changed. One day, as I was out walking, I realized that I had been changed by God. I never had any problem with the bitterness and the hatred and all of that for the next 32 years till today. And it was a miracle.Ray Loewe16:10So let's take a different approach here and go back because one of the things that we've found about all of the luckiest people in the world is one of the mindsets that they have is, is the fact that they work real hard to find their sense of purpose. I think yours might have been a little easier, because it was kind of you were born into it, to some extent. So what is your sense of purpose in life? Phil Schwab16:35When I met you at the swimming pool, you asked me the same question. It kind of shocked me, I don't have people just saying, what's the purpose of your life? You know, the first time I met you, you know? I said I'll tell you, I'm a minister. The Catechism says, the purpose of mankind is to love God and enjoy him forever. That's the purpose of my life.Ray Loewe16:58It's helped you make decisions along the way as to where you want to go, how you treated your son's death, and everything. It's interesting exploring lucky people for a long time. It's amazing how many people have no sense of purpose or can't define what their sense of purpose is. So when you can do this, and when you can get a handle on it, it certainly allows you to live your life in a more fulfilling way. Let's go on here because there's more to your life than we've had so far. We're in Hong Kong, and now we're going over to China. Where did you live in China and tell us a little bit about the China experience?Phil Schwab17:42If you look at a map of China, and I like to call it the New England of China because China sticks up just the way the United States does. So we lived in a city called Harbin, H-A-R-B-I-N. A lot of people call it "Ice City", because it's below freezing almost half of the year. They have this big Ice Festival there every year. It's very famous. This is a long story, but this is where we ended up. We felt like people were interested in learning English, they were interested in medical teams, various social services we could provide. So a team of us, five couples, ended up in Harbin. I was there with part of that team for almost 10 years. And I liked it. You could ask the question: 'You've lived in all these places? Which place did you like best?' Well, I liked China best because the people, at least in that area, more disconnected from Beijing, the big cities. They weren't spoiled, like people we've been with other kinds of Chinese that were kind of wealthy and kind of first worldy. This area, they were just wondering why we had come all this way and all that stuff. They were very easy to get to know and so we established friendships that have lasted till today. In fact, I'm on a Zoom meeting once or twice a month right now with some of the guys we got to know there. I call one pastor there about once a month to and have a long conversation with him. So here I am. We left there in 2008. And here I am, all these years down the road. These are friendships that really meant a lot to us. These are people that appreciated our being there. It doesn't seem like any of the Hong Kong or Taiwan really necessarily appreciated our being there. Oh, another American big deal. But this that was the attitude of these people. So we just right from the word "go", we established close relationships and they were very good. They reached out to us. They were very open. So that was our favorite place to be.Ray Loewe20:03It's interesting you're still in touch. Yeah. 13, 14 years since you've been away? Phil Schwab20:10About 14 years. Yeah.Ray Loewe20:12So continuing with your life, you now came back to the United States, right? So you're in of all places, Washington, DC, that had to be a big letdown for you after all of these other places, right? Phil Schwab20:27In some ways it was, but in other ways, depends on what you mean, right? But we were invited, we were actually on loan to another organization, from our organization, to work in Washington, DC. And this organization's purpose was to minister to leaders in Washington, DC; so on the hill and in the Pentagon, and then also foreign diplomats. That's why we were asked to come, is with our background. And overseas for all these years, they asked us to join a team, a small team, to do various projects to help these diplomats to adjust in some ways. Also, if they were interested in studying the Bible. That's what we were really excited about doing that with them. But we were there for almost 10 years before we retired to our fourth country. My wife calls it Lancaster, Pennsylvania. And we love it. It's like country, we've been in all these cities. Now we're in the countryside, and we love it.Ray Loewe21:40Let's talk for a minute about being retired because retired by a lot of people's definition is you sleep late in the morning, you go play golf, you do crazy things like that. You're far from being retired. So what is it that you're doing now? And where are you? Where are you headed in the future?Phil Schwab21:58Well, I tell people, I'm retired but not tired. I was eager to, well, actually, my wife was worried about our moving here that I go get in my rocking chair. I wouldn't really know what to do with myself. But early on, we came to know the proportion of refugees here to the population is one of the very highest in all of America. So we ended up joining a team of people that were already working with forming welcoming teams for the refugees. We're starting a church that's trilingual. Actually, whatever is said in English is translated into Arabic and sometimes into Russian. This is moving along. But we're also developing welcoming teams that help families get settled, find jobs, learn to drive, all of these different things, that get the kids in school and all of that. I've taught a couple, a new family. They came with three kids, beautiful family from Syria. But what happened was the husband was ganged up on back in Syria. They hopped on him, took him away, and didn't give him anything to drink for two days. When they gave him something to drink, they brought this big cup of what looked like water, but it was actually Clorox. He drank enough down to really ruin his system going down. The US government is really interested in bringing in some people who have serious physical conditions, and we have the facilities here to help people like that. So anyway, that's, that's his background. I've enjoyed teaching the husband and wife English, but in this case, I had to start with ABCs and helping them write their alphabet. So that's pretty basic. But the kids, this son, who's in fifth grade now, or I think he's in seventh grade now, he picked it up in about six months. He was quite fluent in six months. He would sit down with us, this couple that was just on the basics, and he would help us interpret and so that's one of the things I enjoy doing very much. There's other practical things like I've already said that we help in developing these welcoming teams. Ray Loewe24:46I could carry this on forever, but unfortunately, we're near the end of our time over here. I think our listeners are going to very easily see why you're one of the luckiest people in the world, in spite of the tragedy in your life. Because you found a way to deal with all of these things in a way that not necessarily make you happy but make you fulfilled. The track that you've been on is just absolutely fascinating, from China to Japan, or Japan, I guess to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. When you start driving a horse and buggy over here, then we'll know you're in your next level of your career. Do you have any final comments that you want to add before we sign off?Phil Schwab25:39That's a good one, that's hard to do. I think every day, all the problems you face you accept as coming from, we say coming through the hands of a loving God is how I look at it. So we can accept whatever happens and deal with it because he realized that it comes through that grid and we can survive.Ray Loewe26:03Well, Phil Schwab, thanks for being a guest on Changing The Rules. Thanks for being one of the luckiest people in the world. At thanks for being you. Luke, why don't you sign us off?26:21Thank you for listening to Changing The Rules. Join us next week for more conversation, our special guest, and to hear more from the luckiest guy in the world.
Neil Gaiman has been called one of the modern masters of fantasy writing, but his work includes other genres too, from novels like American Gods and Neverwhere, to song lyrics, and poetry. His groundbreaking series The Sandman was the first comic ever to receive a literary award. It's now being adapted into a show on Netflix. Coraline, his dark fantasy for children, was made into a movie too. In this bonus podcast taken from his appearance at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco on May 3, 2022 , Gaiman reads his story “Chivalry”, which he published in 1998 as part of the collection “Smoke and Mirrors”. It's the story of an elderly woman who finds the Holy Grail in a thrift shop. .
This week, our guest is Neil Gaiman. He's been called one of the modern masters of fantasy writing, but his work includes other genres too, from novels like American Gods and Neverwhere, to song lyrics, and poetry. His groundbreaking series The Sandman was the first comic ever to receive a literary award. It's now being adapted into a show on Netflix. Coraline, his dark fantasy for children, was made into a movie too. On May 3, 2022, Neil Gaiman appeared at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco to read and take questions from fans.
Summary: Welcome to our first LoveFest! Today, Holly and Devin discuss myriad works from one of their favorite authors, Neil Gaiman. They first discuss books they've both read, sharing key themes and impacts the books made. Then, they each share a Gaiman book they've read the other hasn't experienced yet. Overall, Gaiman unites Holly and Devin because of how he approaches humanity in his books - allowing each character to be flawed, to self-discover a new path, and to fight physical manifestations of the metaphorical demons we all battle. Topics Discussed: Books in Common (2:28): Neverwhere: The first Gaiman book both Holly and Devin ever read, this introduction into Gaiman's style and his techniques of world-building ignited a desire in both hosts to dive in more deeply to other Gaiman works. Protagonist Richard Mayhew finds himself in London Below, and discovers through a series of creepy and challenging events that he is more than just a young boring businessman. The Graveyard Book: Inspired by The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, this book follows a boy who is raised in a graveyard by ghosts. Even though the novel opens with the murder of three people, even Devin wasn't deterred because of Gaiman's wit and care for all his characters and the assurance that good wins in the end. Good Omens: By far their favorite Gaiman book of all time, this book and the accompanying Amazon Prime show by the same name are staples for Holly and Devin; the dynamic between angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley actually inspired the structure of Hearts & Daggers itself. Co-authored with Terry Pratchett, this book can be summed up well by Aziraphale's comment to Adam, the Antichrist - “I was scared that you'd be hell incarnate. I hoped you'd be heaven incarnate. But you're not either of those things; you're much better. You're human incarnate.” Separate Experiences (27:53): Devin - American Gods: This brick of a book follows Shadow, an ex-convict who is released from prison early when his wife is killed in a car accident alongside his best friend, with whom she had been having an affair. From there, Shadow is contracted as a bodyguard for Mr. Wednesday, a mysterious mafioso who sends Shadow all over America, to run into dozens of modern gods - a leprechaun, Easter, Whiskey jack, Johnny Appleseed, and more. Gaiman, while British, does a fantastic rendering of the expansiveness, the vapidness, and the hunger of American culture and the gods we worship today. Holly - The Sandman Series: Gaiman worked at DC Comics for some time, where he conceived of a series that tells the tale of the ageless, anthropomorphic personification of Dream, his sister, Death (one of Holly's personal favorites) and the other five Endless. The series began in 1989 and ran through 1996, but will be coming to Netflix as a series this year! Holly loved the creativity and execution of the artwork and plot in the Sandman series, and recommends it to comics lovers and the uninitiated alike. Gaiman Overall (39:14): Holly and Devin could have talked about Neil Gaiman for hours. To conclude, though, they have a deep love for Gaiman and would read anything he writes, even a grocery list. While many of his books walk the line between humor and terror, his works are accessible even to folks like Devin who normally shy away from scary stories. Gaiman uses his monsters to teach us all about being brave, facing our fears, and standing for what we believe in despite pressure to do otherwise. Hot On the Shelf (43:21): Holly: The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn Devin: Greedy by Jen Winston What's Making Our Hearts Race (45:42): Holly: Elizabeth Holmes (journalist) Devin: Minx on HBO Max Instagram: @heartsanddaggerspod Website: www.heartsanddaggerspod.com If you like what you hear, please tell your friends and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify so that we can find our perfect audience.
When you say "Go get 'em!" you think that's short for "Go get them," but you're wrong! We look at the fascinating history of some English pronouns. Plus, we look at how Neil Gaiman uses the subjunctive mood in "American Gods" to underscore moments of uncertainty.WHY "'EM" ISN'T SHORT FOR "THEM"Written by Valerie Fridland, a professor of linguistics at the University of Nevada in Reno and the author of a forthcoming book on all the speech habits we love to hate. She is also a language expert for "Psychology Today" where she writes a monthly blog, Language in the Wild. You can find her at valeriefridland.com or on Twitter at @FridlandValerie.ReferencesLópez, Ignacio. 2007. The social status of /h/ in English. "Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses." 157-166. "em, pron." OED Online, Oxford University Press, March 2022, www.oed.com/view/Entry/85779. Accessed 11 April 2022.Algeo, J., Butcher, C. A., & Pyles, T. 2014. "The origins and development of the English language." Boston, Mass.: Wadsworth Cengage Learning.THE SUBJUNCTIVE IN FICTIONWritten by Edwin Battistella, a professor of linguistics and writing at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, where he has served as a dean and as interim provost. He is the author of "Dangerous Crooked Scoundrels: Insulting the President, from Washington to Trump" (OUP, 2020), "Do You Make These Mistakes in English?" (OUP, 2009), "Bad Language" (OUP, 2005), and "The Logic of Markedness" (OUP, 1996).| Subscribe to the newsletter for regular updates.| Watch my LinkedIn Learning writing course.| Peeve Wars card game. | Grammar Girl books. | HOST: Mignon Fogarty| VOICEMAIL: 833-214-GIRL (833-214-4475)| Grammar Girl is part of the Quick and Dirty Tips podcast network.| Theme music by Catherine Rannus at beautifulmusic.co.uk.| Links:https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcastshttps://www.quickanddirtytips.com/subscribehttps://www.tiktok.com/@therealgrammargirlhttp://twitter.com/grammargirlhttp://facebook.com/grammargirlhttp://facebook.com/grammargirlhttp://instagram.com/thegrammargirlhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/grammar-girl
On today's nerdtastically newsworthy episode of #NerdORama we're revisiting our conversation with Nerd Icon Rodney Barnes (The Boondocks, My Wife and Kids, Everybody Hates Chris, Those Who Can't, Marvel's Runaways, American Gods, Wu-Tang: An American Saga, Star Wars: Lando, Falcon & more)…PLUS – Hannibal Tabu is back in E-FF-E-C-T with a brand new edition of “The Buy Pile”!!!
When God gives you a gift you run with it like the wind and Rodney Barnes has truly tapped the sun when we talk about creative writing and producing. He writes funny, serious, fantasy, and comics for all ages. He is a super giver, a dad and entrepreneur, funny as heck, super connected and one of the kindest humans. His class, kindness and never quit attitude are admirable. He is sharp, a game-changer in the screenwriters world and the true meaning of a conqueror and friend. Rodney is an American screenwriter and producer. He has written and produced the Boondocks, My Wife and Kids, Everybody Hates Chris, Those Who Can, Marvel's Runways, American Gods, Wu-Tang and American Saga and is currently an executive producer and writer on HBO's Untitled Los Angels Lakers Drama. Rodney has earned top honors for his work from Peabody Awards, American Film Institute, Writers Guild of America, BET Comedy Awards and NAACP Image Awards. What You Will Hear: Rodney's journey in to writing. Pivotal Aha moments in Rodney's life. Rodney's why in life. Creating different revenue streams. Thinking from your heart, manifesting things in your life and self awareness. Being honest with yourself. Learning patience through learning about credit. Credit and behavioral patterns. The gift of financial literacy and credit literacy. Quotes: “Writing from my heart instead of my head there's a level of satisfaction that comes from my work.” “I learned early on that if I have a number of things going on at one time, if one falls off I always have something keeping me moving forward.” “Humility is the bridge to being a better person.” “If your want doesn't line up with your aptitude, that can bring a lot of heartache.” “Your credit is an investment tool to build wealth.” Mentioned: Angelas@conquercredit.com Damon Wayans Devon Franklin
THIS WEEK, DA BINGE BOIS ARE BACK AND ARE STUDENTS AT JUJUTSU TECH, as we arrive to talk about the ever so popular new-ish Shonen anime, Jujutsu Kaisen! Enrique, Tristan, and Eli collect their thoughts and talk about the show in the way only they can by marking out over the hype and action and covering the high and low points of the season. During the discussion of Jujutsu Kaisen, Da Bois dive into their favorite characters, and why its Gojo, the greatness of the first opening and ending of the season, and just how incredibly smooth and hype the action of the series is all the way throughout! To wrap up the episode Da Bois do a quick Whatcha Been Watchin' where Eli covers his thoughts on Disney movie Soul, and Tristan talks about his journey into the fifth season of Game Of Thrones! Due to a clerical error, we announced American Gods as the next TV Show we will be covering, but instead we'll be watching Moon Knight in two weeks time! However next week, you will hear us talk about a critically acclaimed classic from Studio Ghibli known as Spirited Away! Join us to hear Da Binge Bois butcher an All Timer! As always thanks for watching, hit us up on social media for a shoutout! Instagram: @DaBingeBois Twitter: @BingeBois TikTok: @DaBingeBois Shoutout BNH for Chill Clap that opens the show every week
Nem faz tanto tempo que a “era dos unicórnios” imperava no mundo corporativo, liderados pela empresa de um homem muito megalomaníaco: Adam Neumann. Menos de cinco anos depois do fundador da WeWork ser “deposto” do próprio negócio após a revelação de um grande esquema de fraude de identidade empresarial, chega agora à Apple TV+ a minissérie WeCrashed, que reconta toda a trajetória meteórica do empreendedor em série e de sua esposa, Rebekah, com a ajuda dos oscarizados Jared Leto e Anne Hathaway. Material tem de sobra, afinal, dado a sequência de casos tão absurdos que levam o espectador a questionar se tudo aquilo de fato é real. No Cinemático 282, Carlos Merigo, Alexandre Maron, Ana Freitas, Mya Pacioni e Pedro Strazza debatem a minissérie e a história da ascensão e queda da WeWork e de seu fundador.. Paramount+, seu conteúdo favorito está aqui. Histórias únicas. Estrelas icônicas e uma montanha de entretenimento. Esse é o Paramount+. De filmes de sucesso a séries que você ama, além de programas que fizeram história, o Paramount+ é o lugar para assistir tudo, quantas vezes quiser. Como Halo, a adaptação em live-action da popular franquia de games do Xbox! Vinte anos depois do lançamento do primeiro jogo, Master Chief ganha as telas do Paramount+. A série traz o conflito épico da humanidade contra o Covenant, uma ameaça alienígena, numa história de muita ação e aventura. No elenco, Pablo Schreiber, o Mad Sweeney de American Gods, dá vida ao eterno super soldado. O destino de todos, o sacrifício de um. Halo é a aventura mais épica do ano! Acesse paramountplus.com agora mesmo e teste grátis por 7 dias. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's our April book week! We're talking Neil Gaiman's American Gods this week and boy oh boy did a lot of it probably go over our heads. We kick off the episode with our general likes/dislikes of the novel before going to podcast therapy with our protagonist, Shadow. Then we have a fun interlude of our own with another classic Dan story! And the fun doesn't stop there as we move into a discussion of how our modern god/goddess of social media would destroy the new gods from within. Throw in some "real talk" about the effects of technology on anxiety and America's problematic obsession with manifest destiny, and you have yourself a full episode. Don't forget the cherries on top, a Marvel movie tie-in and major reveal of Shadow's true identity! Don't forget to vote on our book of the month for May! Remember to send us your quotes of the week! Hit us up on Instagram/Twitter or Gmail (below) with any and all of your thoughts on this week's episode and check out our TikTok for more Bookends content. Enjoy and join us next week for more book-talk! Instagram: Bookends_With_Friends TikTok: bookendswithfriendspod Email: BookendsWithFriends@gmail.com Twitter: @BookendsPod
What happens when our positive vibrations come at the expense of the full range of the human experience? Mik and Jenn talk about toxic positivity in this episode and how repressing negative emotions can actually hinder our growth. They also explore some of the biggest culprits of toxic positivity, and you may be shocked to see yourself as the villain.Some things we talked about in this episode: We have more than enough shows to watch, but we might go back and re-watch American Gods. You can find it on Starz.Mik read this article on the history of Easter. You can check it out on Scientific American's website.If you haven't watched Encanto….what are you doing, baby? You can find it on Disney+.Shameless plug: if you know any men who need healing (women are welcome too of course), and who would like to work with a male healer, check out Mik's site, The Inner Victory.Join our Patreon community for more exclusive content.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chakrasandshotguns)