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Let's Talk Religion
The Jewish-Sufi Mystics of Medieval Egypt

Let's Talk Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 24:44


This episode explores the life, teachings and movement of Abraham Maimonides, the son of the much more famous Jewish philosopher Moses Maimonides (d. 1204).Sources/Suggested Reading:Idel, Moshe (1987). "The Mystical Experience in Abraham Abulafia". State University of New York PressKraemer, Joel L. (2010). "Maimonides: The Life and World of one of Civilization's Greatest Minds". Doubleday & Co Inc.Lobel, Diana (2021). "Moses and Abraham Maimonides: Encountering the Divine". Academic Studies Press.Russ-Fishbane, Elisha (2015). "Judaism, Sufism, and the Pietists of Medieval Egypt: A study of Abraham Maimonides and his times". Oxford University Press#Judaism #Mysticism #Sufism Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

MattCast
Rembrandt: Master of the Selfie

MattCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 29:24


The life of Rembrandt shows one of self-reflection (and maybe obsession) that brought about some of the best art in Western history. All music provided by Stephen Keech and promoted by Soundtripe. Copyright available upon request. Research Material: “Rembrandt van Rijn: Biography and Chronology” - (http://www.rembrandtpainting.net/rembrandt_life_and_work.htm) “Rembrandt Harmensz Van Rijn: Dutch painter of the soul” - https://www.christianitytoday.com/history/people/musiciansartistsandwriters/rembrandt-harmensz-van-rijn.html) “Rembrandt, Geertje Dircx and Hendrickje Stoffels” - (https://mydailyartdisplay.uk/2013/05/06/rembrandt-geertje-dircx-and-hendrickje-stoffels/) “Self-Portrait: Rembrandt van Rijn) - (https://www.nga.gov/collection/highlights/rembrandt-self-portrait.html) “Rembrandt van Ryn: A Protestant Artist,” by Art Farstad in Journal Articles - (https://faithalone.org/journal-articles/rembrandt-van-ryn-a-protestant-artist/#_ftn9d) “Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul” - (https://www.rembrandt-van-rijn.com/self-portrait-as-the-apostle-paul/) “The Return of the Prodigal Son,” by Henri Nouwen, Doubleday, 1992.

Big Table
Episode 44: Ingrid Rojas Contreras

Big Table

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 27:04


For Ingrid Rojas Contreras, magic runs in the family. Raised amid the political turmoil and violence of 1980s and '90s Colombia, in a house bustling with her mother's fortune-telling clients, not much surprised her as a child. Her maternal grandfather, Nono, was a renowned curandero–a community healer gifted with what the family called “the secrets”, or the power to talk to the dead, tell the future, treat the sick, and move the clouds. As the first woman to inherit those secrets, Rojas Contreras' mother was just as powerful.This legacy had always felt like it belonged to them, until, while living in the U.S. in her twenties, Rojas Contreras suffered a head injury that resulted in amnesia. As she regained partial memory, her family told her that this had happened before. Decades ago, her mother had suffered a fall that left her with amnesia too. When she recovered, she had gained access to the secrets.Interweaving family stories more enchanting than those in any novel, as well as resurrected Colombian history and her own deeply personal reckonings with the bounds of reality, Rojas Contreras writes her way through the seemingly incomprehensible. The Man Who Could Move Clouds is a testament to the healing power of storytelling and an invitation to embrace the extraordinary.Here's my conversation with Ingrid, discussing her new memoir, The Man Who Could Move Clouds (Doubleday, 2022).Reading by Ingrid Rojas ContrerasMusic composed by Ennio Morricone

New Books in Literature
Hua Hsu, "Stay True: A Memoir" (Doubleday, 2022)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 31:39


Stay True (Doubleday: 2022), the new memoir from Hua Hsu, is a coming-of-age story about the writer's time in the University of California in Berkeley, where he tries to become a writer–and becomes a bit of a music snob. He builds a close friendship with another Asian-American student, Ken, very different from Hua, about which he writes in the book: "All the previous times I had met poised, content people like Ken, they were white. It's one of those obscure parts of an already obscure identity that Japanese American kids can seem like aliens to other Asians, untroubled, largely oblivious to feeling like outsiders." But Ken is killed in a robbery gone wrong, forcing Hua to grapple with the death of his friend. In this interview, Hua and I talk about his story in Stay True, including his unbelievably non-stereotypical parents, his dive into college music, and his attempt with Ken to put together an homage for the Berry Gordy-produced martial arts film, the Last Dragon. Hua Hsu is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a professor of Literature at Bard College. Hua serves on the executive board of the Asian American Writers' Workshop. He was formerly a fellow at the New America Foundation and the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center at the New York Public Library. He is also the author of A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure across the Pacific (Harvard University Press: 2016) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Stay True. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

New Books in Asian American Studies
Hua Hsu, "Stay True: A Memoir" (Doubleday, 2022)

New Books in Asian American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 31:39


Stay True (Doubleday: 2022), the new memoir from Hua Hsu, is a coming-of-age story about the writer's time in the University of California in Berkeley, where he tries to become a writer–and becomes a bit of a music snob. He builds a close friendship with another Asian-American student, Ken, very different from Hua, about which he writes in the book: "All the previous times I had met poised, content people like Ken, they were white. It's one of those obscure parts of an already obscure identity that Japanese American kids can seem like aliens to other Asians, untroubled, largely oblivious to feeling like outsiders." But Ken is killed in a robbery gone wrong, forcing Hua to grapple with the death of his friend. In this interview, Hua and I talk about his story in Stay True, including his unbelievably non-stereotypical parents, his dive into college music, and his attempt with Ken to put together an homage for the Berry Gordy-produced martial arts film, the Last Dragon. Hua Hsu is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a professor of Literature at Bard College. Hua serves on the executive board of the Asian American Writers' Workshop. He was formerly a fellow at the New America Foundation and the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center at the New York Public Library. He is also the author of A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure across the Pacific (Harvard University Press: 2016) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Stay True. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/asian-american-studies

New Books in American Studies
Hua Hsu, "Stay True: A Memoir" (Doubleday, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 31:39


Stay True (Doubleday: 2022), the new memoir from Hua Hsu, is a coming-of-age story about the writer's time in the University of California in Berkeley, where he tries to become a writer–and becomes a bit of a music snob. He builds a close friendship with another Asian-American student, Ken, very different from Hua, about which he writes in the book: "All the previous times I had met poised, content people like Ken, they were white. It's one of those obscure parts of an already obscure identity that Japanese American kids can seem like aliens to other Asians, untroubled, largely oblivious to feeling like outsiders." But Ken is killed in a robbery gone wrong, forcing Hua to grapple with the death of his friend. In this interview, Hua and I talk about his story in Stay True, including his unbelievably non-stereotypical parents, his dive into college music, and his attempt with Ken to put together an homage for the Berry Gordy-produced martial arts film, the Last Dragon. Hua Hsu is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a professor of Literature at Bard College. Hua serves on the executive board of the Asian American Writers' Workshop. He was formerly a fellow at the New America Foundation and the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center at the New York Public Library. He is also the author of A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure across the Pacific (Harvard University Press: 2016) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Stay True. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Hua Hsu, "Stay True: A Memoir" (Doubleday, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 31:39


Stay True (Doubleday: 2022), the new memoir from Hua Hsu, is a coming-of-age story about the writer's time in the University of California in Berkeley, where he tries to become a writer–and becomes a bit of a music snob. He builds a close friendship with another Asian-American student, Ken, very different from Hua, about which he writes in the book: "All the previous times I had met poised, content people like Ken, they were white. It's one of those obscure parts of an already obscure identity that Japanese American kids can seem like aliens to other Asians, untroubled, largely oblivious to feeling like outsiders." But Ken is killed in a robbery gone wrong, forcing Hua to grapple with the death of his friend. In this interview, Hua and I talk about his story in Stay True, including his unbelievably non-stereotypical parents, his dive into college music, and his attempt with Ken to put together an homage for the Berry Gordy-produced martial arts film, the Last Dragon. Hua Hsu is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a professor of Literature at Bard College. Hua serves on the executive board of the Asian American Writers' Workshop. He was formerly a fellow at the New America Foundation and the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center at the New York Public Library. He is also the author of A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure across the Pacific (Harvard University Press: 2016) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Stay True. Follow on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

CSO Perspectives (public)
Pt 2 – Students of the game: What are the Hash Table's go-to information sources for 2022?

CSO Perspectives (public)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 35:27


Rick Howard, the CyberWire's CSO and Chief Analyst, chats with Steve Winterfeld, the Akamai Advisory CISO, and Errol Weiss, the Health-ISAC CSO, about recommended sources of infosec content that they found valuable in 2021. Links to content mentioned in the show: Documentaries “Kill Chain: The Cyber War on America's Elections,” by Harri Hursti, Published by HBO, 26 March 2020.  “The Perfect Weapon.” by David Sanger, Published by HBO, 16 October 2020. Podcasts “Darknet Diaries – True Stories from the Dark Side of the Internet,” by Darknetdiaries.com, 25 January 2022. “The Lazarus Heist,” BBC, 2021. Books “Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar and the Hunt for the Kremlin's Most Dangerous Hackers,” by Andy Greenberg, Published by Doubleday, 7 May 2019. “This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends the Cyberweapons Arms Race,” by Nicole Perlroth, Published by Bloomsbury Publishing 9 February 2021.  Author Interviews “A Conversation with Nicole Perlroth, Author of ‘This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends,'” American Writers Museum, YouTube, 2 March 2021. “Andy Greenberg - Sandworm: Lessons from the Cyberwar,” by CS3STHLM, YouTube, 25 October 2021.  “Bonus: Cybersecurity Canon Hall of Fame Interview with Andy Greenberg,” By Rick Howard, The CyberWire, 12 July 12 2021. ‌“‘Sandworm' Author Andy Greenberg,” by David Bittner, The CyberWire, 11 November 2019.  ‌Video Content “LockPickingLawyer.” YouTube, 2022. “RSA Conference.” YouTube, 2022. Twitter Subject Matter Experts Phil Venables (@philvenables) Bonus - Gate 15 / Andy Jabbour (@Gate_15_Analyst) Errol Weiss (@errolw65) Rick Howard (@raceBannon99) News and Topic Summaries “Daily Briefing.” The CyberWire, 2022. “SmartBrief.” SmartBrief, 2018. For a complete reading list and even more information, check out Rick's more detailed essay on the topic.

Now Tell Us
Kidnapped at Gunpoint - Jennifer Steil

Now Tell Us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 32:27


Jennifer Steil is an award-winning author and journalist who lives in many countries. Her novel, The Ambassador's Wife, published by Doubleday in 2015, won the 2013 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition Best Novel award and the 2016 Phillip McMath Post Publication Book Award. The novel, which explores white savior complex, freedom of expression, art, terrorism, and parenthood. For more, go to https://www.jennifersteil.net/

New Books in History
Eden Collinsworth, "What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait" (Doubleday Books, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:29


In the tradition of The Lady in Gold and The Hare with Amber Eyes, the remarkable history behind one of the world's most beloved paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine More than half a millennium ago, a young woman sat before a Grecian-nosed artist known as Leonardo da Vinci. Her name was Cecilia Gallerani, and she was the fourteen-year-old mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan. Her lover, a ruthless man, was aware that da Vinci's brilliance as a painter would not only capture his mistress's beauty but reflect his own political prowess. Indeed, with this beguiling painting--in which Gallerani holds a strange white ermine close to her breast--da Vinci revolutionized the genre, changing not just what a portrait looked like, but also its purpose. But despite the work's importance in its own time, no records of it from the three hundred years following Gallerini's death exist. In What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait (Doubleday Books, 2022), Eden Collinsworth illuminates the eventual history of this exquisite oil painting, as it journeyed from one owner to the next--from the brutal Milanese Duke to a Polish noblewoman to the Nazis, who added it to Hitler's private collection, to the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow where it is currently displayed. Along the way, Collinsworth reveals a bewildering maze of social alliances and cultural upheavals, polarizing political divisions and territorial fragmentation. Expertly researched and deftly told, What the Ermine Saw is an enthralling account of Renaissance Italy and its actors, a comprehensive study of artistry and innovation, and a reminder that genius, power, and beauty always have a price. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Eden Collinsworth, "What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait" (Doubleday Books, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:29


In the tradition of The Lady in Gold and The Hare with Amber Eyes, the remarkable history behind one of the world's most beloved paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine More than half a millennium ago, a young woman sat before a Grecian-nosed artist known as Leonardo da Vinci. Her name was Cecilia Gallerani, and she was the fourteen-year-old mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan. Her lover, a ruthless man, was aware that da Vinci's brilliance as a painter would not only capture his mistress's beauty but reflect his own political prowess. Indeed, with this beguiling painting--in which Gallerani holds a strange white ermine close to her breast--da Vinci revolutionized the genre, changing not just what a portrait looked like, but also its purpose. But despite the work's importance in its own time, no records of it from the three hundred years following Gallerini's death exist. In What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait (Doubleday Books, 2022), Eden Collinsworth illuminates the eventual history of this exquisite oil painting, as it journeyed from one owner to the next--from the brutal Milanese Duke to a Polish noblewoman to the Nazis, who added it to Hitler's private collection, to the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow where it is currently displayed. Along the way, Collinsworth reveals a bewildering maze of social alliances and cultural upheavals, polarizing political divisions and territorial fragmentation. Expertly researched and deftly told, What the Ermine Saw is an enthralling account of Renaissance Italy and its actors, a comprehensive study of artistry and innovation, and a reminder that genius, power, and beauty always have a price. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Early Modern History
Eden Collinsworth, "What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait" (Doubleday Books, 2022)

New Books in Early Modern History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:29


In the tradition of The Lady in Gold and The Hare with Amber Eyes, the remarkable history behind one of the world's most beloved paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine More than half a millennium ago, a young woman sat before a Grecian-nosed artist known as Leonardo da Vinci. Her name was Cecilia Gallerani, and she was the fourteen-year-old mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan. Her lover, a ruthless man, was aware that da Vinci's brilliance as a painter would not only capture his mistress's beauty but reflect his own political prowess. Indeed, with this beguiling painting--in which Gallerani holds a strange white ermine close to her breast--da Vinci revolutionized the genre, changing not just what a portrait looked like, but also its purpose. But despite the work's importance in its own time, no records of it from the three hundred years following Gallerini's death exist. In What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait (Doubleday Books, 2022), Eden Collinsworth illuminates the eventual history of this exquisite oil painting, as it journeyed from one owner to the next--from the brutal Milanese Duke to a Polish noblewoman to the Nazis, who added it to Hitler's private collection, to the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow where it is currently displayed. Along the way, Collinsworth reveals a bewildering maze of social alliances and cultural upheavals, polarizing political divisions and territorial fragmentation. Expertly researched and deftly told, What the Ermine Saw is an enthralling account of Renaissance Italy and its actors, a comprehensive study of artistry and innovation, and a reminder that genius, power, and beauty always have a price. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Art
Eden Collinsworth, "What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait" (Doubleday Books, 2022)

New Books in Art

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:29


In the tradition of The Lady in Gold and The Hare with Amber Eyes, the remarkable history behind one of the world's most beloved paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine More than half a millennium ago, a young woman sat before a Grecian-nosed artist known as Leonardo da Vinci. Her name was Cecilia Gallerani, and she was the fourteen-year-old mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan. Her lover, a ruthless man, was aware that da Vinci's brilliance as a painter would not only capture his mistress's beauty but reflect his own political prowess. Indeed, with this beguiling painting--in which Gallerani holds a strange white ermine close to her breast--da Vinci revolutionized the genre, changing not just what a portrait looked like, but also its purpose. But despite the work's importance in its own time, no records of it from the three hundred years following Gallerini's death exist. In What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo Da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait (Doubleday Books, 2022), Eden Collinsworth illuminates the eventual history of this exquisite oil painting, as it journeyed from one owner to the next--from the brutal Milanese Duke to a Polish noblewoman to the Nazis, who added it to Hitler's private collection, to the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow where it is currently displayed. Along the way, Collinsworth reveals a bewildering maze of social alliances and cultural upheavals, polarizing political divisions and territorial fragmentation. Expertly researched and deftly told, What the Ermine Saw is an enthralling account of Renaissance Italy and its actors, a comprehensive study of artistry and innovation, and a reminder that genius, power, and beauty always have a price. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/art

Big Table
Episode 43: Hua Hsu

Big Table

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 26:12


The Interview:In the eyes of 18-year-old Hua Hsu, the problem with Ken—his passion for Dave Matthews, Abercrombie & Fitch, and his fraternity—is that he is exactly like everyone else. Ken, whose Japanese American family has been in the United States for generations, is mainstream. For Hua, the son of Taiwanese immigrants, who makes 'zines and haunts Bay Area record shops, Ken represents all that he defines himself in opposition to. The only thing Hua and Ken have in common is that, however they engage with it, American culture doesn't seem to have a place for either of them. But despite his first impressions, Hua and Ken become friends, a friendship built on late-night conversations over cigarettes, long drives along the California coast, and the successes and humiliations of everyday college life. And then violently, senselessly, Ken is gone, killed in a carjacking, not even three years after the day they first meet.Determined to hold on to his memories—all that was left of one of his closest friends—Hua turned to writing. Stay True (Doubleday, 2022) is the book he's been working on ever since—for over 20 years by Hua's estimation. A coming-of-age story that details both the ordinary and extraordinary, Stay True is a bracing memoir about growing up, and about moving through the world in search of meaning and belonging. It is also a book about friendship, race, grieving and recovery.I first came to know Hua's work through his music writing—first in the hip-hop column he wrote for The Wire, the British experimental music magazine, and more recently, in The New Yorker, where he is a staff writer. Hua teaches at Bard College, and lives in Brooklyn. He grew up in the Bay Area, where most of the book takes place while he is an undergraduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.Hua and I have known each other loosely for many years—we have many mutual friends and are roughly the same age. I've always admired his work, and his beautifully written second book is a highpoint, jam-packed as it is with descriptive detail, a light and easy spare prose, and a meaningful account of an unlikely friendship.Here's my conversation with Hua Hsu, discussing his new memoir, Stay True.The Reading:Hua Hsu reads from Stay True, which was part of an audio zine he made to accompany the book's release. Music by Mobb Deep 

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories
Episode 72 -- "Debbie's Last Dance" (PODCAST EXCLUSIVE EPISODE)

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 42:39 Very Popular


In 1982, a young woman walked up a flight of stairs to her friend's apartment, and knocked on the door. As she did, she noticed the little window on the door was broken. Worried something was wrong with her friend, the woman knocked again, this time a little louder, while also peering through the broken window to see if she could see anything. There was nothing really to see, but she could hear music playing inside. So after another minute went by and still her friend had not come to the door, the woman tried the door handle and found it was open. With her heart racing, the woman opened her friend's door and stepped inside. A few seconds later, she would see something so horrible it would send her running back outside to safety.For 100s more stories like this one, check out our main YouTube channel just called "MrBallen" -- https://www.youtube.com/c/MrBallenIf you want to reach out to me, contact me on Instagram, Twitter or any other major social media platform, my username on all of them is @MrBallen....Note about content:We do not do any original reporting. The stories we tell are based on events that we research and describe using existing source material.While we make every effort to use the best quality sources we can access within our production deadlines, and while we make every effort to verify facts through multiple sources, we do make occasional mistakes, and we cannot verify the accuracy of the source material we use.Please note that creative liberties have been taken in the creation and presentation of the material on which we have based this podcast. HIGH QUALITY:Official records (including court records, inmate records, obituaries, police reports):Fritz v. Statehttps://law.justia.com/cases/oklahoma/court-of-appeals-criminal/1991/11276.html Gore v. Statehttps://caselaw.findlaw.com/ok-court-of-criminal-appeals/1305299.html Williamson v. Statehttps://law.justia.com/cases/oklahoma/court-of-appeals-criminal/1991/11277.html Inmate record- Glen Gorehttps://okoffender.doc.ok.gov/ BOOKSGrisham, John, The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town. New York, Doubleday, 2006.Journey Toward Justice by Dennis Fritz MAGAZINESPolitico:This is what wrongful conviction does to a familyhttps://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/11/11/wrongful-convictions-family-criminal-justice-222409/The Atlantic: Innocent Man tells half a storyhttps://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2018/12/netflixs-the-innocent-man-tells-half-a-story/578176/NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ON WEBDetails of crime scene presented in murder trial (2006)https://www.theadanews.com/news/local_news/details-of-crime-scene-presented-in-murder-trial/article_6468ce2f-ab88-59bb-a973-0e29a66935e9.html Parents of slain Ada woman suffer as fourth trial continues (2006)https://www.oklahoman.com/story/news/crime/2006/06/18/parents-of-slain-ada-woman-suffer-as-fourth-trial-continues/61875608007/ Escaped Suspect Turns Himself In To Prison Officials (1999)https://www.oklahoman.com/story/news/1999/04/21/escaped-suspect-turns-himself-in-to-prison-officials/62245520007/ SUBSCRIPTION NEWSPAPER ARTICLES5/10/87- Pair Charged in Slaying of Ada Woman in 1982https://www.newspapers.com/image/452429923/?terms=%22ronald%20keith%20williamson%22&match=1 5/13/87- Ada Man Pleads Innocent in Deathhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/452434685/?terms=%22ronald%20keith%20williamson%22&match=1 6/9/87- Preliminary Hearing Set in Ada Deathhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/452461822/?terms=%22ronald%20keith%20williamson%22&match=1 11/26/87- Ex-teacher Pleads Innocent in Ada Woman's ‘82 Deathhttps://www.newspapers.com/image/452004692/?terms=%22ronald%20keith%20williamson%22&match=1 7/23/87- Suspects in 1982 Killing Seek Dismissal of Rape Chargeshttps://www.newspapers.com/image/451647772/?terms=%22ronald%20keith%20williamson%22&match=1 5/2006: Friends and Family reflect on life of Dennis Smith (detective in Debra Carter's murder investigation)https://www.theadanews.com/news/local_news/friends-and-family-reflect-on-life-of-dennis-smith/article_b3c788ce-9a0c-568b-ae9b-3a0abd109102.htmlOBITUARIES AND DEATH RECORDSFind a grave- Carterhttps://www.findagrave.com/memorial/85650187/debbie-sue-carter Ron-https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10288946/ronald-keith-williamson REAL ESTATE RECORDSHISTORICAL WEATHERDOCUMENTARIEShttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt0914376/ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2327759/?ref_=ttpl_pl_tt INTERNET ARTICLESRecap of Netflix's The Innocent Man serieshttps://www.refinery29.com/en-us/the-innocent-man-recap-season-1-episodes-explainedOxygen true crime: https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/who-was-debra-sue-carter-the-innocent-man-murder-victim Innocence Projecthttps://innocenceproject.org/cases/ron-williamson/ https://innocenceproject.org/cases/dennis-fritz/ Bustlehttps://www.bustle.com/p/where-is-dennis-fritz-now-the-innocent-man-subject-has-been-vocal-about-his-story-14816766 THe Heavy: 5 facts you need to know about Debbie Carterhttps://heavy.com/news/2018/12/debbie-carter-murder-sue-debra/OTHERLabCorphttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labcorp WHERE ARE THEY NOWBill Peterston reelected to office as Ada DADennis Smith (dead of heart attack days after testifying in Glen Gore's second and final trialRon Williamson dead in 2004Peggy dead (need obit)Dennis–car crash and head injury in 2016See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

L'Histoire nous le dira
Les 1001 nuits: origines et références | L'Histoire nous le dira # 227

L'Histoire nous le dira

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 16:41


Il faut bien dire que ces contes évoquent en nous un Orient idéal et fantasmé, une véritable douceur de vivre. Par leur simplicité, ils nous ramènent à notre enfance où la vie nous apparaissait plus facile, plus évidente… et donc plus vraie. Et maintenant, si je vous disais qu'on vous a menti ? Que tous ces contes, Aladin le premier, n'ont jamais fait partie des authentiques Mille et Une Nuits… Adhérez à cette chaîne pour obtenir des avantages : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN4TCCaX-gqBNkrUqXdgGRA/join Pour soutenir financièrement la chaîne, trois choix: 1. Cliquez sur le bouton « Adhérer » sous la vidéo. 2. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hndl 3. UTip: https://utip.io/lhistoirenousledira Avec: Laurent Turcot, professeur en histoire à l'Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada Script: Romain de la chaîne Ave'Roes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMGzPGJMKKDjnproamSIC1A 00:00 Introduction 02:22 1001 06:04 Origines 10:10 Galland 16:03 Conclusion   Musique issue du site : epidemicsound.com Abonnez-vous à ma chaine: https://www.youtube.com/c/LHistoirenousledira Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/histoirenousledira Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurentturcot Les vidéos sont utilisées à des fins éducatives selon l'article 107 du Copyright Act de 1976 sur le Fair-Use. Pour aller plus loin: Les Mille et Une Nuits traduction d'Antoine Galland, présentation par Jean-Paul Sermain et Aboubakr Chraïbi, Garnier-Flammarion en 3 vol. Aboubakr Chraïbi (dir.), Les Mille et Une Nuits en partage, Actes Sud-Sinbad, Malek Chebel, La féminisation du monde, Essai sur les Mille et Une Nuits, Payot, 1996. Jean-François Perrin, Les transformations du conte-cadre des Mille et Une Nuits dans le conte orientalisant français du xviiie siècle, RHLF, 2004 Jean-Claude Garcin, Pour une lecture historique des mille et une nuits, Arles, Éditions Sinbad - Actes Sud, coll. « Hommes et Sociétés », février 2013 Shah, Tahir, In Arabian Nights: A search of Morocco through its stories and storytellers (Doubleday, 2007) #histoire #documentaire

La Machine à écrire
La science-fiction - François Descraques (Le Visiteur du futur) et Jan Kounen (La Tour)

La Machine à écrire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 69:23


Raconteurs et raconteuse, bienvenue dans la 2e saison de La Machine à écrire, le podcast de celles et ceux qui créent des histoires. Dans cet épisode, nous parlons de SF avec nos invités François Descraques et Jan Kounen. Réalisateur et scénariste du Visiteur du futur, François Descraques développe son univers depuis 12 ans sous tous les formats : websérie, TV, roman, mangas, BD et depuis peu, un long métrage qui vient de dépasser les 300 000 entrées. On lui doit aussi des séries comme Dead Landes ou Rock Macabre, la fiction audio Mystères à Saint-Jacut et une fiction publiée sur Twitter, 3e droite.  Notre 2e invité, Jan Kounen, est le réalisateur de Dobermann, 99 francs, Blueberry ou encore Mon Cousin. Il réalise également des courts-métrages, des documentaires et des expériences VR. Mais surtout, Jan Kounen est un passionné de SF qui coscénarise La Tour, bande-dessinée aux éditions Glénat dont le tome 2 vient de paraître.   Qu'est-ce qui fait un bon récit de SF ?  Peut-on faire de la SF en France ? Raconter le futur sert-il à éclairer le présent ?  Peut-on comprendre 2001 l'Odyssée de l'espace sans lire les livres ? Quelles différences entre l'écriture cinéma, BD, manga, VR ? Comment travailler avec un dessinateur BD quand on vient du cinéma ? C'est à toutes ces questions et à bien d'autres que nous répondons dans cet épisode. Les œuvres citées dans cet épisode : The One I Love de Charlie McDowell (2014) Soleil Vert de Richard Fleischer (1973) 2001 : L'Odyssée de l'espace d'Arthur C. Clarke (1968, Hutchinson) 2001 : L'Odyssée de l'espace de Stanley Kubrick (1968) La Sentinelle d'Arthur C. Clarke (1951, Story Fantasy) Les Androïdes rêvent-ils de moutons électriques ? de Philippe K. Dick (1966, Doubleday) 2010 : Odyssée deux d'Arthur C. Clarke (1982, Hutchinson) La Horde du Contrevent d'Alain Damasio (2004, La Volte) Les Furtifs d'Alain Damasio (2019, La Volte) Dobermann de Joël Houssin (1981-1984, Fleuve noir)  Dobermann de Jan Kounen (1997)  Vibroboy de Jan Kounen (1994) Le Visiteur du futur de François Descraques (2022) Le Visiteur du futur de François Descraques (2009 – 2014, Dailymotion, Nolife, France 4) Le Meute de François Descraques et Slimane-Baptiste Berhoun (2015, Bragelonne)  La Brigade Temporelle de François Descraques, Guillaume Lapeyre et Alexandre Desmassias (2016-2018, Ankama) Le Visiteur du futur – L'Élu des Dieux de François Descraques et Gosh (2013, Ankama)  La Tour de Jan Kounen, Omar Ladgham et Mr Fab (2021- , Glénat) Epiphania de Ludovic Debeurme (2017 - 2019, Casterman) 99 francs de Frédéric Beigbeder (2004, Gallimard) 99 francs de Jan Kounen (2007) Gisèle Kérozène de Jan Kounen (1990) Le Dernier Chaperon rouge de Jan Kounen (1996) Blueberry de Jean-Michel Charlier et Mœbius (1963 – 1999, Dargaud, Fleurus, Hachette, Novedi, Alpen Publishers) Blueberry de Jan Kounen (2004) Coco Chanel et Igor Stravinsky de Jan Kounen (2009) Mon Cousin de Jan Kounen (2020) Ayahuasca (Kosmik Journey) de Jan Kounen (2019, Atlas V) Looper de Rian Johnson (2012) Dune de Frank Herbert (1965, Chilton Books) Dune de Denis Villeneuve (2021) Everything Everywhere All at Once de Daniel Kwan et Daniel Scheinert (2022) Swiss Army Man de Daniel Kwan et Daniel Scheinert (2016) La Cendre et l'Ecume de Ludovic Debeurme (2022, Cornelius) S'abonner à notre newsletter 5 Bonnes Histoires pour recevoir nos recommandations chaque semaine. Nous retrouver sur Instagram : La Machine à écrire : @podcast.lamachineaecrire  François Descraques : @f_descraques  Jan Kounen : @jankounen   Yannick : @yannick.lejeune  Mike : @mikecesneau Nous suivre sur Twitter : La Machine à écrire : @lmae_podcast   François Descraques : @F_Descraques Jan Kounen : @jankounen  Yannick : @yannicklejeune  Mike : @MikeCesneau Nous suivre sur Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/podcast.lamachineaecrire  https://www.facebook.com/Francois.Descraques.OFFICIEL https://www.facebook.com/jan.kounen   Crédit photos : Léa Schneider (Insta : @lea__sc, Twitter  : @Lea__Sc)  

The Bamboo Lab Podcast
Sue Harrison: "You Are Worthy of Your Dreams!"

The Bamboo Lab Podcast

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 57:44


INTERNATIONAL BEST-SELLING AUTHOR!!!https://sueharrison.com/https://www.amazon.com/Midwifes-Touch-Sue-Harrison/dp/1504076257Sue Harrison is the author of six critically acclaimed bestselling novels. Mother Earth Father Sky, My Sister the Moon, and Brother Wind make up The Ivory Carver Trilogy, an epic adventure set in prehistoric Alaska. Song of the River, Cry of the Wind, and Call Down the Stars comprise The Storyteller Trilogy.  Sue has also written a middle readers book, Sisu, released by Thunder Bay Press.Harrison's first novel, Mother Earth Father Sky, was published in 1990 by Doubleday (hardcover) and Avon (paperback) and in 2013 by Open Road Integrated Media (ebook). It was nominated in the states of Michigan and Washington for the Reader's Choice Award among high school students, and was one of ten books chosen for “Battle of the Books,” a statewide student reading competition in Alaska. The novel has had success in both the adult and young adult markets, and received a boxed review in The New York Times Book Review. It has been a national Publishers Weekly bestseller, and recently an Amazon top three paid books bestseller in ebook format. Mother Earth Father Sky was selected by the American Library Association as one of 1991's Best Books for Young Adults.Harrison's books have also been published in Canada, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Spain, Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Austria, Portugal, Japan, France, Finland, and South America. Her work has been anthologized by Northwest Books, Wayne State University Press, and Michigan State University Press (And Here, 2017).Sue Harrison's next novel, The Midwife's Touch, is slated for release from Open Road Integrated Media February 7, 2023. Set in New York and the Ozarks in the mid-1800s, the book is a genre blender of historical fiction and fantasy.Thank you to Sue and to all of our Bamboo Pack  Members!Your host, BrianStop Drinking and Start Living Podcast With Expert Holistic Alcohol Coach, Mary WagstaffPractical Tools & Strategies To Get Alcohol Out Of Your Way & Enhance Your LifeListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Should You Take That Case?The goal of our show is to be a resource for legal professionals who pursue medical...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Make A Move Podcast Make A Move Podcast showcases stories of how people have found creative ways to live...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Klopotek Publishing Radio
Episode 22. Reconsidering Your Book Publicity and Marketing Strategies: When to do What and How Much – with Sarah Russo

Klopotek Publishing Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 35:01


**Who You will Hear**Guest: Sarah Russo (Founder of Page One Media)Co-host: Luna Tang (Cloud Service Delivery Manager at Klopotek)Co-host: Dwayne Parris (Senior Consultant at Klopotek)For many authors and independent publishers, book publicity and marketing is always a huge arena hard to measure and predict: whether to hire a publicist for a forthcoming book, how much to invest, and what the return can be expected. In this episode, Sarah Russo, founder of Page One Media, joins us and answers a few critical FAQs from authors and independent publishers regarding book publicity and marketing strategies. Sarah talks about the work scope of a (freelance) book publicist, the timeline of a complete book publicity campaign, the collaboration between author, publisher, and book publicist, as well as how the emerging new media has been impacting how books get promoted and creating more opportunities for book selling.You can learn more about book publicity and services from the website of Page One Media. Its blog section also offers a lot of valuable advice for authors and independent publishers.Tell us what is going on with your publishing projects or business on Twitter (@Klopotek_AG), LinkedIn, or email us at podcast@klopotek.com.  For more information about the Klopotek software solution, please write to info@klopotek.com, or register to receive emails from us on technology innovations & events from Klopotek.* The views, information, or opinions expressed in the program are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Klopotek and its employees. It is the goal of Klopotek Publishing Radio to support cultural diversity, the exchange of opinions, and to create an environment where the conversation of a global publishing industry can thrive.

The Brian Lehrer Show
Inside the Trump Presidency

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 31:54


Susan Glasser, staff writer for The New Yorker and CNN global affairs analyst and Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times and political analyst for MSNBC talk about their new book, The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021 (Doubleday, 2022), a detailed account of the four years of the Trump presidency. Plus, they offer analysis of current national news. →EVENT: Susan Glasser and Peter Baker will be speaking to historian Douglas Brinkley about The Divider next Wednesday, September 28 at 6:30 at the New York Historical Society. In-person tickets are sold out, but livestreaming tickets are still available.

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast
Chronicling the Trump Presidency and His Current Legal Challenges With Two Washington Insiders

Brian Lehrer: A Daily Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 24:53


Now that he's no longer in office, there have been a lot of stories coming out about Trump's presidency. A new book offers a detailed account – more than 650 pages – of the four years of the Trump's administration, and it's written by two of the most respected journalists in Washington. On Today's Show: Peter Baker, the chief White House correspondent for The New York Times and a political analyst for MSNBC, and Susan Glasser, a staff writer at The New Yorker and author of its weekly "Letter from Trump's Washington," as well as a CNN global affairs analyst, talk about their new book The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021 (Doubleday, 2022), as well as some of the latest developments in the former president's legal challenges.  

New Models Podcast
Mise en TV w/ artist & writer Calla Henkel (NM47)

New Models Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 63:44


Calla Henkel — one half of the artist duo, with Max Pitegoff, behind Berlin's Times Bar, the New Theater, and currently TV Bar; as well as author of the “thrilling” (Cosmopolitan), “darkly glamorous” (The Stylist) debut novel, Other People's Clothes (Sceptre, Doubleday, 2021) — talks to NM about scene-creation, image recuperation, and the post-2006 evolution of Berlin's culture sector. Plus: self-mythologizing, LA lobotomizing, and the cringe self-help book secretly powering Berlin's writing renaissance. (Subscriber release: 20 Jul 2022) For more: IG: @callahead_ TV Bar: http://www.t-v.city/ Calla Henkel & Max Pitegoff: Bortolozzi Gallery

Dante's Old South Radio Show
40 - Dante's Old South Radio Show (August 2022)

Dante's Old South Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 57:56


Ellen Bass - A Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, Ellen Bass's most recent book is Indigo (Copper Canyon Press, 2020). Among her awards are a Guggenheim Fellowship, NEA Fellowship, four Pushcart Prizes, and The Lambda Literary Award. Bass founded workshops at Salinas Valley State Prison and teaches in at Pacific University's MFA program. A Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, Ellen Bass's most recent book is Indigo (Copper Canyon Press, 2020). Among her awards are a Guggenheim Fellowship, NEA Fellowship, four Pushcart Prizes, and The Lambda Literary Award. She coedited the first major anthology of women's poetry, No More Masks! (Doubleday, 1973) and coauthored The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse (HarperCollins, 1988). Bass founded workshops at Salinas Valley State Prison and teaches in at Pacific University's MFA program. Follow me online: Ellenbass.com Twitter: @PoetEllenBass Facebook: @PoetEllenBass Instagram: @poetellenbass Marc Jolley (Ph.D., 1993) is the director of Mercer University Press and has been in publishing for more than 30 years. In his time at Mercer University Press, he has published more than 1,100 books. He is also senior lecturer at Mercer University teaching Philosophy and Great Books. He has been married for almost ten years to a woman whom he met on the first day of high school in 1973. He is the father of two adult sons.” www.mupress.org https://liberalarts.mercer.edu/faculty-and-staff/marc-jolley/ Mr. Classic is the CEO and designer of Mr. Classic's Haberdashery at Thee Manor in Atlanta Georgia. A one-stop shop for all things in custom made and classic menswear. From hats all the way down to shoes. His focus, mainly being to help individuals develop their personal style. Through the education of fashion and in custom garment designs, he has become the go-to designer for the elegant and high class. Instagram: therealmrclassic_ Website: https://theemanor.org/mr-classic-haberdashery YouTube: Conversations at Thee Manor https://youtube.com/channel/UC4zt1ky4SleVwvPqgV8XZYw All music features stems from the genius of Rising Appalachia: https://www.risingappalachia.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3I6e2ZqqoxQhXc9z7Tp5ci?si=obSHiukXSo6FaB4tL08VaA The host, Clifford Brooks works The Draw Of Broken Eyes & Whirling Metaphysics and Athena Departs are available everywhere that books are sold. His chapbook, Exiles Of Eden, is only available through his website. To find them all, please reach out to him at: CliffordBrooks@SouthernCollectiveExperience.com Check out his Teachable courses on thriving with autism and creative writing as a profession here: www.brooks-sessions.teachable.com.

Classic Audiobook Collection
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg by Abner Doubleday ~ Full Audiobook

Classic Audiobook Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 458:24


Chancellorsville and Gettysburg by Abner Doubleday audiobook. Abner Doubleday began the Civil War as a Union officer and aimed the first cannon shot in response to the bombardment opened on Ft. Sumter in 1861. Two years later, after a series of battles (including Antietam, where he was wounded), Doubleday took over a division in the Army of the Potomac's 1st Corps. These are his memoirs of service in two of the War's great campaigns. At Chancellorsville, a very promising start made by General Hooker against Lee's Confederate forces fell to a defeat when, in Doubleday's estimation, normal and prudent precautions against surprise in the heavily-wooded battlefield were not carried out; he also seemingly apologizes for Hooker's lack of leadership during the battle as a result of his having been stunned by a cannon ball hitting the post against which he was leaning. After Chancellorsville, Hooker was replaced as Army Commander by General George Meade. Doubleday describes the curious circumstances that led the two opposing armies to meet at Gettysburg in Pennsylvania. When Doubleday's superior, General John Reynolds, was killed by a sharpshooter on the first day's battle, he took over the 1st Corps and fought it well against converging Confederate divisions that badly outnumbered him. The Corps was forced by battle losses to retire, but its desperate fight bought the time needed for Union reinforcements to pour into Gettysburg and thus prevent a defeat in detail. General Howard of the XIth Corps replaced Doubleday as the senior commander on the field, and mistakenly wrote to Meade that 1st Corps had routed after practically no fighting. Thus, when Meade arrived, he removed Doubleday from command of 1st Corps, replacing him with a more junior general from another Corps. The snub would embitter Doubleday against Meade. This book is in part Doubleday's revenge, as he picks apart Meade's indecision after the battle was essentially won, with the repulse of the famous Pickett's Charge. In his view, Meade could have won the war at that moment.

Professor Buzzkill History Podcast
Did Abner Doubleday Invent Baseball?

Professor Buzzkill History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 3:48


It's baseball season and time for a myth about the national pastime. Once again, a second- or third-hand story created a persistent myth. Did Abner Doubleday invent baseball in Cooperstown in 1839? If not, who did? Find out all about it! Episode 473

Crazy Train Radio
Crazy Train Radio's Interview with Gary K. Wolf (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

Crazy Train Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 73:58


Well what when they say who's your daddy & being these particular "character's" daddy certainly has proved to have worked out for this next guest. Going from growing up in a small farm town where his parents encouraged him to read lead to him enjoying the creative freedom with sci-fi books that had done for Doubleday prior to creating the character of a lifetime: Roger & Jessica Rabbit. We talk about everything from receiving over 110 rejects to an executive at St. Martin's Press stuck her neck out to setting up the publishing the book, which lead to Roy Disney wanting to make the book into a movie. Please welcome Mr. Gary K Wolf! Gary K Wolf Website: www.garywolf.com Crazy Train Radio Facebook: www.facebook.com/realctradio Twitter: @realctradio Instagram: @crazytrainradio YouTube: www.youtube.com/crazytrainradio Website: crazytrainradio.us --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crazytrainradio/support

Author2Author
Author2Author with Siena Sterling

Author2Author

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 37:00


Bill welcomes debut author Siena Sterling to the show. Siena is an American journalist and writer living in London with her family. Before moving to England, she worked at Doubleday bookstore in New York, in political campaigns, and for the Federal Railroad Administration. She plays poker and tennis, and has a passion for Jack Russell terriers. Tell Us No Secrets is her debut novel.

Otherppl with Brad Listi
785. Ingrid Rojas Contreras

Otherppl with Brad Listi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 79:31


Ingrid Rojas Contreras is the author of the memoir The Man Who Could Move Clouds, available from Doubleday. Contreras was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. Her debut novel Fruit of the Drunken Tree was the silver medal winner in First Fiction from the California Book Awards, and a New York Times editor's choice. Her essays and short stories have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, The Believer, and Zyzzyva, among others. She lives in California. *** Otherppl with Brad Listi is a weekly literary podcast featuring in-depth interviews with today's leading writers. Launched in 2011. Books. Literature. Writing. Publishing. Authors. Screenwriters. Etc. Available where podcasts are available: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, etc. Subscribe to Brad Listi's email newsletter. Support the show on Patreon Merch @otherppl Instagram  YouTube Email the show: letters [at] otherppl [dot] com The podcast is a proud affiliate partner of Bookshop, working to support local, independent bookstores. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Different Head
Volume 218 feat. Jessie Maurice

Different Head

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 166:35


• Adrian Borland and the Citizens • Gowan • Y Pants • The Beatles • Sport • Dove, the Band of Love • Bob Dylan • Freeez • Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band • Pat & Mick • Dave Morgan • The J. Geils Band • The Kids from the Brady Bunch • The Lipschitz • Guadalcanal Diary • Resource Group • Prolapse • Valley Gals • Taj Mahal • Marshall Crenshaw • Hallucinex • The Chipmunks on 16 Speed • The Discussion • Philip Glass • Jean-Luc Ponty • Andy Summers & Robert Fripp • The Flying Burrito Brothers • Fauvely • Harry Nilsson • Bruce Cockburn • Michael Feinstein • Maurice & Doubleday

Audible Bleeding
VOS: MASH - Part 1

Audible Bleeding

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 33:53


Vascular Origin Stories is a podcast series that explores the fun and engaging stories that shaped vascular surgery. Today's episode will be the first part of a multi-episode series exploring how the young battalion surgeons serving in MASH units in the Korean war pioneered wartime vascular repair. This episode introduces the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH), as well as some of the real-life stories from the surgeons unknowingly changing the field of medicine, which inspired the hit movie and TV series M*A*S*H.  We'll look at what caused arterial repair to be removed from the army surgical handbook after WWI and how changing medical education helped create the environment for ingenuity in the MASH units. In part 2, we'll explore in detail the individual stories of adversity, courage, and perseverance that led to the re-introduction of arterial repair in the military. Major sources for the episode are linked below, and a full reference list can be found at the bottom of the page. Articles In Ukraine, Gruesome Injuries and Not Enough Doctors to Treat Them, by Michael Schwirtz and Lynsey Addari Korea, M*A*S*H, and the accidental pioneers of vascular surgery by Dr. Steven Friedman, MD Books Of Life and Limb: Surgical Repair of the Arteries in War and Peace, 1880-1960 by Dr. Justin Barr, MD, PhD MASH: An Army Surgeon in Korea by Dr. Otto Apel, MD and Pat Apel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors  by Richard Hooker References  Robinson, A. Galen: Life Lessons from Gladiatorial Contests. The Lancet Perspective. Vol 382, Is. 9904. November 2013. Friedman, S.G. A History of Vascular Surgery. Futura Publishing. 1989. Van Way, C. War and Trauma: A History of Military Medicine. Mo Med. 2016 Jul-Aug;113(40:260-263 Hernigou, P. Ambroise Pare II: Pare's contributions to amputation and ligature. Int Orthop. 2013 Apr; 37(4): 769-772  Van Way, C. War and Trauma: A History of Military Medicine- PArt II. Mo Med. 2016 Sep-Oct; 113 950:336-340 Apel, O. Apel, P. MASH: An Army Surgeon in Korea. The University Press of Kentucky. 1998.  King, B. Jatoi, I. The Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH): A Military and Surgical Legacy. Journal of the National Medical Association. Vol. 97, No 5. May 2005. Friedman, S.  Korea, MASH and the Accidental Pioneers of Vascular Surgery. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2007.  Wesselingh, R. From Milites Medici to Army Medics- A two Thousand Year Tradition of Military Medicine. Journal of Military and Veterans' Health. Vol 16, No 4 Gabriel, R. Between Flesh and Steel: A History of Military Medicine from the Middle Ages to the War in Afghanistan. Potomac Books. 2016 Jorgensen,T.J. How Marie Curie Brought X-Ray Machines To the Battlefield. Smithsonian Magazine. Oct 11. 2017 Of Life and Limb: Surgical Repair of the Arteries in War and Peace, 1880-1960. Joseph Barr. University of Rochester Press; 1st edition. November 1, 2019.  Duffy, T.P. The Flexner Report- 100 Years Later.  Yale Journal of Biological Medicine. 2011 Sep;84(3): 269-276  Andrew Dale. Band of Brother: Creators of Modern Vascular Surgery. Deweese. 1996 John Kobler. The Reluctant Surgeon, a Biography of John Hunter. Doubleday and Company. 1960 Eugene Custers, Ollen ten Cate.The History of Medical Education in Europe and the United States, With Respect to Time and Proficiency. Academic Medicine. March 2018-Vol. 93 Is. 3S Kapp, K. Talbot, G. John Hunter, The Father of Scientific Surgery. The American College of Surgeons. Poster CC2017  “Alpha Omega Alpha' History”. Website Kenneth M. Ludmerer. Learning to Heal: The Development of American Medical Education. Basic Books, Inc., Publishers. New York. 1985 Richard Hooker and WC Heinz.  MASH: A Novel About Three Army Surgeons. Pocket Books. 1968.  Jahnke Jr., E.J., Seeley S.F. Acute vascular injuries in the Korean War: an analysis of 77 consecutive cases. Ann Surg. 1953; 138: 158-177 Author + Host: Marlene Garcia-Neuer (@GarciaNeuer) is a PGY1 General Surgery Resident at Mayo Clinic Arizona. Calling all medical students! Submit your questions for the mailbag episode! Ask us any question related to vascular surgery, and have it answered on the podcast. Include the following: Your name, school, year, and to whom you want to address the question (resident, fellow, attending, or someone specific). Send them in writing or voice-recorded format.  Send them to audiblebleeding@vascularsociety.org. Follow us on Twitter @audiblebleeding Learn more about us at https://www.audiblebleeding.com/about-1/ and #jointheconversation. Credits: Author: Marlene Garcia-Neuer Editor: Sharif Ellozy Reviewer: Eilidh Gunn Music and Sound Effects from Pixabay, special thanks to ZakharValaha and BlenderTimer.

Daniel Ramos' Podcast
Episode 358: 03 de Agosto del 2022 - Devoción matutina para Adultos - ¨Nuestro maravilloso Dios¨

Daniel Ramos' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:53


================================================== ==SUSCRIBETEhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNpffyr-7_zP1x1lS89ByaQ?sub_confirmation=1================================================== == DEVOCIÓN MATUTINA PARA ADULTOS 2022“NUESTRO MARAVILLOSO DIOS”Narrado por: Roberto NavarroDesde: Chiapas, MéxicoUna cortesía de DR'Ministries y Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist Church 03 DE AGOSTOTU DECIDES«Escoge [...] la vida, para que vivas tú y tu descendencia». Deuteronomio 30: 19EL NOMBRE DE EDWIN BOOTH no resulta familiar hoy para muchos, pero durante una buena parte del siglo XIX este actor estadounidense conoció la fama, no solo en Estados Unidos, sino también en Europa, especialmente por la manera magistral de representar al príncipe Hamlet, la conocida obra de William Shakespeare. Según los críticos de la época, nadie superaba a Edwin Booth a la hora de representar la tragedia teatral. De hecho, una estatua suya representando a Hamlet está ubicada en Gramercy Park, en Manhattan, Nueva York.Lo que Edwin Booth nunca imaginó es que la tragedia, que tan magistralmente representó en las tablas, también lo acompañaría en la vida real, pues fue su hermano, John Booth, también actor, quien asesinó al presidente Abraham Lincoln. El impacto de ese suceso fue tan duro para Edwin que, según comenta Paul Aurandt, esa fatídica noche de abril de 1865 en realidad hubo dos asesinatos, el de Lincoln y el de la carrera artística de Edwin. *¿Por qué grabamos el nombre de Edwin Booth? Por otro hecho singular que también marcó la vida de este actor, pero en un sentido muy diferente. Antes del trágico suceso del Teatro Ford, en el que su hermano asesinó al presidente Lincoln, Edwin se encontró en la estación del tren en New Jersey, cuando un joven perdió el equilibrio y cayó sobre los rieles mientras el tren se acercaba. Con un rápido movimiento, Edwin agarró al muchacho por el traje y lo salvo de una muerte segura. Aunque Edwin no reconoció al joven, este sí lo reconoció a él. Semanas más tarde, el famoso actor recibió una carta de la oficina del presidente, transmitiendo las gracias por haber salvado la vida del joven. ¿El nombre del muchacho a quien Edwin salvó? Robert Todd Lincoln, hijo del presidente Abraham Lincoln. **¡Qué circunstancia tan curiosa! John Booth le quita la vida al presidente, Edwin Booth salva al hijo del presidente. Uno escoge la muerte; el otro, la vida. Extraño, ¿verdad? Pero no es un caso único: ¿Recuerdas a Caín y Abel? ¿Saúl y David? ¿Judas y Juan?¿Cómo puede ser que dos personas, con las mismas oportunidades en la vida, tomen caminos tan diferentes? Nuestro texto para hoy responde: Dios ha puesto delante de ti y de mí la vida y la muerte, pero nos toca a nosotros elegir. El anhelo de nuestro buen Padre celestial es que escojas hoy la vida, «para que vivas tú y tu descendencia». Gracias, Padre celestial, por darme la facultad de elección. Hoy quiero elegir a Jesucristo como mi Salvador, pues él es el camino, la verdad y la vida.*Paul Aurandt, El resto de la historia de Paul Harvey, Doubleday & Company, 1977, p. 72. ** Jacopo Della Quercia, «¿Cuáles son las probabilidades?», en Reader's Digest, mayo de 2011, p. 182.

The Brian Lehrer Show
Summer Friday: Voting Rights Crisis; Learning Heritage Languages; Considering Friendship

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 109:12


On this Summer Friday, we've put together some of our favorite recent interviews, including: Eric Holder, former U.S. attorney general under Pres. Obama, chairman of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, and Sam Koppelman, author and director of surrogate speech-writing on the Biden-Harris presidential campaign, talk about their new book, Our Unfinished March: The Violent Past and Imperiled Future of the Vote-A History, a Crisis, a Plan (One World, 2022), the connections between the Supreme Court decision in Shelby & Dobbs, and redistricting. Maria Carreira, co-founder of the National Heritage Language Resource Center at UCLA and professor emerita of Spanish at California State University, Long Beach, offers tips to listeners who want to learn the language or languages they grew up hearing at home. Jennifer Senior, staff writer at The Atlantic, kicks off and wraps up a discussion of how we make and keep friends as adults. The hour includes calls on parenting and friendship, advice for making friends in adulthood, and Margaret Atwood, author of short stories, essays and novels, including The Handmaid's Tale, and her latest collection, Burning Questions: Essays and Occasional Pieces, 2004 to 2021 (Doubleday, 2022), talks about her response to Jennifer Senior's take on friendship in middle-age and how things change with friends as we get even older.   These interviews were polished up and edited for time, the original versions are available here: Voting Rights Crisis & What to Do About It - May 10, 2022 Learning Your Heritage Language - Jun 28, 2022 Modern Friendships: Keeping Friendships as We Age - Mar 2, 2022 Modern Friendships: Friendships in Parenthood - Mar 3, 2022 'Burning Questions' For Margaret Atwood - Mar 7, 2022 Modern Friendships: Meeting Friends As a Grownup - Mar 9, 2022 Modern Friendships Finale - Mar 10, 2022    

LIVE! From City Lights
Ingrid Rojas Contreras in Conversation with Esmé Weijun Wang

LIVE! From City Lights

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 41:47


Ingrid Rojas Contreras in conversation with Esmé Weijun Wang, celebrating the launch of "The Man Who Could Move Clouds: A Memoir," published by Doubleday. This live event took place in Kerouac Alley, between City Lights and Vesuvio Cafe, and was hosted by Peter Maravelis. You can purchase copies of "The Man Who Could Move Clouds: A Memoir" directly from City Lights here: https://citylights.com/new-nonfiction-in-hardcover/man-who-could-move-clouds/ Ingrid Rojas Contreras was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. Her first novel "Fruit of the Drunken Tree" was the silver medal winner in First Fiction from the California Book Awards, and a New York Times editor's choice. Her essays and short stories have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, The Believer, and Zyzzyva, among others. She lives in California. Esmé Weijun Wang is a novelist and essayist. She is the author of the New York Times-bestselling essay collection, "The Collected Schizophrenias"(2019), and a debut novel, "The Border of Paradise," which was called a Best Book of 2016 by NPR. She was named by Granta as one of the “Best of Young American Novelists” in 2017 and won the Whiting Award in 2018. Born in the Midwest to Taiwanese parents, she is the founder of The Unexpected Shape™ Writing Academy for ambitious writers living with limitations. She can be found at esmewang.com and on Twitter @esmewang. This event was made possible by support from the City Lights Foundation: citylights.com/foundation

Lit for Christmas
Episode Six: Sherry & Barbecue

Lit for Christmas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 102:14


Welcome to our Christmas in July party! In this episode, Marty is joined by his friend, Madeline, as they both get hammered on sherry and hammer on Alex Haley's A Different Kind of Christmas. BONUS POINTS: Place bets as to when Marty will throw up during the episode. GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PRESENT SPIRIT: Sherry (sweet or dry) NONALCOHOLIC ALTERNATIVE: Nonalcoholic sherry OR fruit juice Marty has an Master's in fiction writing, MFA in poetry writing, and teaches in the English Department at Northern Michigan University in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He served two terms at Poet Laureate of the Upper Peninsula, and has published the poetry collection The Mysteries of the Rosary from Mayapple Press. For more of Marty's thoughts and writing visit his blog Saint Marty (saintmarty-marty.blogspot.com) or listen to his other podcast Confessions of Saint Marty, also on Anchor.fm. Marty is a writer, blogger, wine sipper, easy drunk, and poetry obsessor who puts his Christmas tree up in mid-October and refuses to take it down until the snow starts melting. Madeline has a BA in English Creative Writing and gin drinking. Currently, she works the Reference Desk at a library, but she will soon become a graduate student studying for her Masters of Library Science. In her spare time, she enjoys reading eco-lit, true crime, and Alice Hoffman books. Music for this episode: "Jingle Bells Jazzy Style" by Julius H, used courtesy of Pixabay. "A Christmas Treat" by Magic-828, used courtesy of Pixabay. A Christmas Carol sound clips from: The Campbell Theater 1939 radio production of A Christmas Carol, narrated by Orson Welles and starring Lionel Barrymore. Other music in the episode: "I've Been Working on the Railroad." K. H. Lee. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1QfUz9dEn8) This month's Christmas lit: Haley, Alex. A Different Kind of Christmas. Doubleday, 1988.

Manhood, Neat
Pride comes before the fall of Cooperstown Doubleday

Manhood, Neat

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 46:27


WE have a full table again as everyone is here to taste some Cooperstown Double Day and talk about the struggle of pride.

What Could Possibly Go Right?
Bonus: Hazel Henderson on Vicki's CoVida Conversations

What Could Possibly Go Right?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 38:09


Bonus episode: With the recent passing of Hazel Henderson, Vicki Robin revisits her April 2020 interview with Hazel as part of her CoVida Conversation series. This earlier series inspired the What Could Possibly Go Right? podcast.Hazel Henderson (1933-2022), D.Sc. Hon., FRSA, went virtual (her own words) on May 22, 2022, at the age of 89.  A prolific writer, Henderson authored nine books and hundreds of articles leading to what is now known as sustainability and growing the “green” economy. Henderson is best known as a Lifelong Futurist who 40 years ago forecasted the need for the current transition from the fossil fuel era to the 21st century green economy worldwide in her groundbreaking book, The Politics of the Solar Age, (Doubleday, 1981) which was the lead review in the New York Times Book Review on Sept. 13, 1981.  Her passion for the environment and her grasp of finance led to her creation of the global socially responsible investment industry single handedly. Her accomplishments are valuable and current going forward especially her advocacy to hold polluters accountable to the world's stakeholders, not just the stockholders.Read the full tribute on Hazel's website at https://hazelhenderson.com/See also Vicki's tribute at https://vickirobin.com/hazel-henderson/Support the show

You've Got to Read This!
Episode 14: 5 Novels (4 Contemporary, 1 Historical Fiction)

You've Got to Read This!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 27:34


Join us as we discuss  The Parade, by Dave Eggers;  Lessons in Chemistry, by Bonnie Garmus;  The Change,  by Kirsten Miller,  City of Orange, by David Yoon and The Women of Chateau Lafayette, by Stephanie Dray.To learn more about the books or to purchase - click below!https://bookshop.org/shop/youvegottoreadthisVisit us on our Instagram Page - Click below!https://www.instagram.com/youvegottoreadthispodcast/Visit us on our Facebook Page - Click below!https://www.facebook.com/Youve-Got-to-Read-This-100997165428924Please note - we receive a percentage of each purchase you make on our Bookshop page that goes to support the production of our podcast.

Haunted Hollers
S1 E11 - Olive Hill Poltergeist Follow-up

Haunted Hollers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 34:02


Join us as we revisit our first case, the Callihan Poltergeist in Olive Hill, Kentucky. We have a special guest with us today, Jeremy D. Wells, Editor of the Carter County Times. Jeremy has done quite a bit of digging into the phenomena in Olive Hill and wrote one of the sources we used when we prepped for our first episode. We hope you enjoy hearing his theories on the case! Works Cited Houran, James, Ed., and Rense Lange, Ed. Hauntings and Poltergeists: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. McFarland Publishing, 2001. Roll, William G. “A Demon in Olive Hill, Kentucky.” The Poltergeist. New York, Doubleday, 1972. Wells, Jeremy D. “Things That Go Bump in the Night – Olive Hill, KY's Noisy Historical Ghost.” AppalachianHistory.net, 2 Oct. 2020, https://www.appalachianhistory.net/2020/10/things-that-go-bump-in-the-night-olive-hill-kys-noisy-historical-ghost.html. Accessed 30 Aug 2021. Wolfford, George. “Callihans Again Plagued by Mysterious Movements.” By George: Articles From The Ashland Daily Independent, edited by David Wolfford, Jesse Stuart Foundation, 2018, pp. 67-68. Wolfford, George. “Glass Cracking, Callihans Are Too, In Olive Hill Phenomenon.” By George: Articles From The Ashland Daily Independent, edited by David Wolfford, Jesse Stuart Foundation, 2018, pp. 64-67. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Deerfield Public Library Podcast
Queer Poem-a-Day: The Morning After by Ellen Bass

The Deerfield Public Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 3:27


Ellen Bass's most recent collection, Indigo, was published by Copper Canyon Press in 2020. Her other poetry books include Like a Beggar, The Human Line, and Mules of Love. Her poems appear  frequently in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, and many other journals. Among her awards are Fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, The NEA, and The California Arts Council, The Lambda Literary Award, and four Pushcart Prizes. She co-edited the first major anthology of women's poetry, No More Masks! (Doubleday, 1973), and her nonfiction books include the groundbreaking The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse (HarperCollins, 1988) and Free Your Mind: The Book for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth (1996). A Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, Bass founded poetry workshops at Salinas Valley State Prison and the Santa Cruz, California jails, and teaches in the MFA writing program at Pacific University. Ellenbass.com Twitter: @PoetEllenBass Facebook: @PoetEllenBass Instagram: @poetellenbass “The Morning After” was published in her collection, Like a Beggar (Copper Canyon Press, 2014). Text of today's poem and more details about our program can be found at: deerfieldlibrary.org/queerpoemaday/ Find books from participating poets in our library's catalog.  Queer Poem-a-Day is directed by poet and teacher Lisa Hiton and Dylan Zavagno, Adult Services Coordinator at the Deerfield Public Library. Music for this second year of our series is the first movement, Schéhérazade, from Masques, Op. 34, by Karol Szymanowski, performed by pianist Daniel Baer. Queer Poem-a-Day is supported by generous donations from the Friends of the Deerfield Public Library and the Deerfield Fine Arts Commission. Queer Poem-a-Day is a program from the Adult Services Department at the Library and may include adult language.

Free Library Podcast
Zakiya Dalila Harris | The Other Black Girl

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 56:29


In conversation with Liz Moore Zakiya Dalila Harris is the author of the instant New York Times bestseller The Other Black Girl, a thriller in which a young Black editorial assistant slowly realizes there are more sinister forces in her publishing house than the microaggressions that hurt her career. It was chosen as Good Morning America and Read with Marie Claire book club picks, and was selected as one of the best books of 2021 by TIME, The Washington Post, Vogue, People, and NPR, among other media outlets. A former editorial assistant and assistant editor at Knopf and Doubleday, Harris has contributed essays and book reviews to Guernica and The Rumpus. The Other Black Girl is currently being adapted into a Hulu series. Liz Moore is the bestselling author of Long Bright River, The Words of Every Song, Heft, and The Unseen World. A creative writing professor in the M.F.A. program at Temple University, her fiction and nonfiction have been published in Tin House and The New York Times, among other publications. (recorded 6/6/2022)

FMC Fast Chat

'Untold': Behind the BIG Story with ESPN Magazine's Tom Junod

FMC Fast Chat


Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:20


Acclaimed long-form writer Tom Junod takes us behind “Untold,” the massive, 30,000-word immersive story of ‘the most dangerous player in the history of college football' recently released by ESPN Magazine. ESPN senior writer Tom Junod has written some of the most enduring and widely read longform journalism of the last 30 years. He joined ESPN in 2016 and has specialized in deeply reported stories on subjects ranging from Muhammad Ali's funeral to Tom Brady's desire to play forever. He has been nominated for an Emmy for his work on “The Hero of Goodall Park,” an E60 Film on the ancient secrets that were revealed when a car drove on a baseball field in Maine during a Babe Ruth League game in 2018. In his most recent story for ESPN, “Untold,” he and ESPN investigative reporter Paula Lavigne spent nearly two years uncovering the horrifiic crimes of Todd Hodne, a Penn State football player who in the late 1970s terrorized State College PA and Long Island NY as a serial sexual predator. Before coming to ESPN, Junod wrote for GQ and Esquire, where he won two National Magazine Awards and was a finalist for the award a record 11 times. For Esquire's 75th Anniversary, the editors of the magazine selected his 9/11 story “The Falling Man' as one of the seven top stories in Esquire's history. in 2019, his story on beloved children's TV host Fred Rogers, “Can You Say…Hero?,” served as the basis for the movie “A Beautiful Day in The Neighborhood,” starring Tom Hanks and Matthew Rhys. His work has been widely anthologized in collections including The Best American Magazine Writing, the Best American Sports Writing, the Best American Political Writing, the Best American Crime Writing, and the Best American Food Writing. He has also written for The Atlantic.  Junod has won a James Beard Award for an essay about his mother's cooking, and is working on a memoir about his father for Doubleday. Born and raised on Long Island, he lives in Marietta, GA with his wife Janet, his daughter Nia and his pit bull Dexter. Hosted by Jaci Clement, CEO and Executive Director, Fair Media Council. FMC Fast Chat is the podcast of the Fair Media Council. www.fairmediacouncil.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices