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Currently Reading
Season 5, Episode 25: Reading in Other Formats + The Time and Place for a Quiet Book

Currently Reading

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 57:11


On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Meredith are discussing: Bookish Moments: TBR evaluation and a great e-reader setup Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we've been reading lately Deep Dive: an exploration and praise of the Quiet book The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about 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!  We are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). The goal here is 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!*   . . . . 1:44 - Bookish Moment of the Week 4:14 - Kindle Oasis 4:16 - Casebot Kindle Oasis Case  7:01 - Kindle Paperwhite 7:38 - Current Reads 7:53 - Entangled Life by Merlin Sheldrake (Kaytee) 12:29 - The Drift by C.J. Tudor 12:44 - The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor (Meredith) 17:52 - The Whisper Man by Alex North 17:53 - The Chestnut Man by Soren Sveistrup 17:54 - The Nothing Man by Catherine Ryan Howard 18:42 - Chef's Kiss by TJ Alexander (Kaytee) 19:18 - Save Me the Plums by Ruth Reichl 23:35 - The Candymakers by Wendy Mass (Meredith) 25:46 - The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart 26:53 - Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh 27:25 - The Book Scavengers by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman  27:27 - Winterhouse by Ben Guterson 27:53 - The Einsteins of Vista Point by Ben Guterson 28:28 - Violeta by Isabel Allende (Kaytee) 28:34 - An Unlikely Story 32:11 - Never Lie by Freida McFadden (Meredith) 38:02 - The Housemaid by Freida McFadden 38:38 - Deep Dive: Quiet Books 43:00 - Hannah Coulter by Wendell Berry 44:07 - The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry 45:42 - Small Things Like These by Claire Keegan 47:18 - Love and Saffron by Kim Fay 48:09 - Tara Road by Mauve Binchey 48:35 - We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates 48:37 - The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkein 48:45 - The Dutch House by Anne Patchett 48:46 - Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell 50:45 - What Should I Read Next w/Anne Bogel 50:58 - From the Front Porch w/Annie B. Jones 51:30 - Meet Us At The Fountain I wish we all had readerly “What Should I Read Next” bubbles that popped up when talking with new readers. (Kaytee) I wish everyone would shake up their reading formats and do something outside their “norm”. (Meredith) 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 currentlyreadingpodcast@gmail.com Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading

Oscarbate
The Chill Zone

Oscarbate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 89:46


We have returned full of that good good, addressing some recent brush ups we had, along with bringing you all the news you wanted to hear us go off on. We take to task Joyce Carol Oates, M3GAN, straight musicals, Kevin spacey and the rest of Italy, and our good wine boy, Francis Coppola. (Also we know we confused Deadly Blessing and Deadly Friend. It was a glaring error we know. We are not perfect. We are listening and learning)

Prosecco N Prose | A Book Club
Short Stories of Joyce Carol Oates

Prosecco N Prose | A Book Club

Play Episode Play 53 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 57:46


Wendy and Amy discuss two creepy short stories by the very prolific Joyce Carol Oates, "In the Old World" and "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?," which they pair with the not-at-all creepy Prosecco Jelly Shot with Pomegranate Bursting Boba. They find elements of psychological realism and a bit of number and hair symbology in these gothic-tinged stories. Pop a cork to a couple of creepy compositions!Today's Prosecco Jello Shot: Prosecco Jelly Shots with Pomegranate Bursting Boba from Sprinkle Bakes.This Season's Books1) First Fiction: An Anthology of the First Published Stories by Famous Authors2) The Best American Short Stories of the Century, edited by John UpdikeToday's Short Stories by Joyce Carol Oats1)"In the Old World"2) "Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been"Cory Daniel Numerology ( 33 and 17) on The Phoenix EnigmaJCO's Twitter Page Summer course that inspired this Season's Episodes - The Great Courses Course: Great American Short Stories | A Guide for Readers and Writers featuring Professor Jennifer Cognard-Black Ph.D. Support the show

Open Shudders: A Creepy Podcast
The Mystery of the Tarot

Open Shudders: A Creepy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 135:55


Hi Creepsters! We are back with our first episode of 2023 and Season 10. This week we have a record 11 celebrity obits. Barry's Book Report reviews The Babysitter: A Novel by Joyce Carol Oates and a Tarot inspired segment of Phillip's Horror Scopes. In the second half, Phillip explores the wonder, history and mystery of the Tarot.Follow us on Twitter: @AShuddersInstagram: @openshuddetspodcastFacebook: The Official Page For Open Shudders A Creepy PodcastEmail: openshudders@yahoo.comEnjoy The Veiw From The Open Shudders,BUT DON'T FALL OUT OF THE WINDOW

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Killer Women: Danielle Girard interviews acclaimed author Jillian Medoff

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 66:14


Today's guest on Killer Women Podcast is Jillian Medoff. Jillian's fifth novel, WHEN WE WERE BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL, is a story about privilege, power, consent and dirty, sexy money. It garnered many accolades; it was a Book of the Month Club selection, an Apple Books Best of the Month, an Audible Editor's Pick, a PEOPLE Pick of the Week, a Town and Country Magazine and O Daily favorite and a Publishers Marketplace Buzz Book, among others. She is the author of four other novels including the national bestseller, I COULDN'T LOVE YOU MORE, the acclaimed workplace novel THIS COULD HURT, and HUNGER POINT, which was made into an original Lifetime movie starring Christina Hendricks and Barbara Hershey and directed by Joan Micklin Silver in 2003. A former fellow at MacDowell, Blue Mountain Center and VCCA, Jillian has an MFA from NYU. She studied with Mona Simpson (her thesis advisor) and Jonathan Dee; and took master classes with Toni Morrison, Grace Paley, and Joyce Carol Oates. In addition to writing novels, Jillian has a long career in corporate consulting. Since her early days at Max Factor and American Home Goods, she's worked for a wide range of employers, including Deloitte and Aon. Now with Segal Benz, she advises clients on communication strategies for all aspects of the employee experience. Jillian lives with her husband, Keith Dawson and three adult daughters, who come and go. She reviews novels for the New York Times Book Review, and is currently working on a new book called THE COMMITTEE, a story about medical ethics and race in Seattle, circa 1961. Killer Women is copyrighted by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network #podcast #author #interview #authors #KillerWomen #KillerWomenPodcast #authorsontheair #podcast #podcaster #killerwomen #killerwomenpodcast #authors #authorsofig #authorsofinstagram #authorinterview #writingcommunity #authorsontheair #suspensebooks #authorssupportingauthors #thrillerbooks #suspense #wip #writers #writersinspiration #books #bookrecommendations #bookaddict #bookaddicted #bookaddiction #bibliophile #read #amreading #lovetoread #daniellegirard #daniellegirardbooks #jillianmedoff #whenwewerebrightandbeautiful #harpercollinspublishing #harpercollins

Killer Women
Danielle Girard interviews Jillian Medoff, acclaimed author of When We Were Bright and Beautiful

Killer Women

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 66:14


This Thursday on Killer Women Podcast, our guest is Jillian Medoff. Jillian's fifth novel, WHEN WE WERE BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL, is a story about privilege, power, consent and dirty, sexy money. It garnered many accolades; it was a Book of the Month Club selection, an Apple Books Best of the Month, an Audible Editor's Pick, a PEOPLE Pick of the Week, a Town and Country Magazine and O Daily favorite and a Publishers Marketplace Buzz Book, among others. She is the author of four other novels including the national bestseller, I COULDN'T LOVE YOU MORE, the acclaimed workplace novel THIS COULD HURT, and HUNGER POINT, which was made into an original Lifetime movie starring Christina Hendricks and Barbara Hershey and directed by Joan Micklin Silver in 2003. A former fellow at MacDowell, Blue Mountain Center and VCCA, Jillian has an MFA from NYU. She studied with Mona Simpson (her thesis advisor) and Jonathan Dee; and took master classes with Toni Morrison, Grace Paley, and Joyce Carol Oates. In addition to writing novels, Jillian has a long career in corporate consulting. Since her early days at Max Factor and American Home Goods, she's worked for a wide range of employers, including Deloitte and Aon. Now with Segal Benz, she advises clients on communication strategies for all aspects of the employee experience. Jillian lives with her husband, Keith Dawson and three adult daughters, who come and go. She reviews novels for the New York Times Book Review, and is currently working on a new book called THE COMMITTEE, a story about medical ethics and race in Seattle, circa 1961. Killer Women is copyrighted by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network #podcast #author #interview #authors #KillerWomen #KillerWomenPodcast #authorsontheair #podcast #podcaster #killerwomen #killerwomenpodcast #authors #authorsofig #authorsofinstagram #authorinterview #writingcommunity #authorsontheair #suspensebooks #authorssupportingauthors #thrillerbooks #suspense #wip #writers #writersinspiration #books #bookrecommendations #bookaddict #bookaddicted #bookaddiction #bibliophile #read #amreading #lovetoread #daniellegirard #daniellegirardbooks #jillianmedoff #whenwewerebrightandbeautiful #harpercollinspublishing #harpercollins

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Killer Women: Danielle Girard interviews acclaimed author Jillian Medoff

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 66:14


Today's guest on Killer Women Podcast is Jillian Medoff. Jillian's fifth novel, WHEN WE WERE BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL, is a story about privilege, power, consent and dirty, sexy money. It garnered many accolades; it was a Book of the Month Club selection, an Apple Books Best of the Month, an Audible Editor's Pick, a PEOPLE Pick of the Week, a Town and Country Magazine and O Daily favorite and a Publishers Marketplace Buzz Book, among others. She is the author of four other novels including the national bestseller, I COULDN'T LOVE YOU MORE, the acclaimed workplace novel THIS COULD HURT, and HUNGER POINT, which was made into an original Lifetime movie starring Christina Hendricks and Barbara Hershey and directed by Joan Micklin Silver in 2003. A former fellow at MacDowell, Blue Mountain Center and VCCA, Jillian has an MFA from NYU. She studied with Mona Simpson (her thesis advisor) and Jonathan Dee; and took master classes with Toni Morrison, Grace Paley, and Joyce Carol Oates. In addition to writing novels, Jillian has a long career in corporate consulting. Since her early days at Max Factor and American Home Goods, she's worked for a wide range of employers, including Deloitte and Aon. Now with Segal Benz, she advises clients on communication strategies for all aspects of the employee experience. Jillian lives with her husband, Keith Dawson and three adult daughters, who come and go. She reviews novels for the New York Times Book Review, and is currently working on a new book called THE COMMITTEE, a story about medical ethics and race in Seattle, circa 1961. Killer Women is copyrighted by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network #podcast #author #interview #authors #KillerWomen #KillerWomenPodcast #authorsontheair #podcast #podcaster #killerwomen #killerwomenpodcast #authors #authorsofig #authorsofinstagram #authorinterview #writingcommunity #authorsontheair #suspensebooks #authorssupportingauthors #thrillerbooks #suspense #wip #writers #writersinspiration #books #bookrecommendations #bookaddict #bookaddicted #bookaddiction #bibliophile #read #amreading #lovetoread #daniellegirard #daniellegirardbooks #jillianmedoff #whenwewerebrightandbeautiful #harpercollinspublishing #harpercollins

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
Joanna Margaret, THE BEQUEST: A Dark Academia Thriller

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 21:09


Zibby interviews art historian and debut author Joanna Margaret about The Bequest, a richly atmospheric thriller about an American Ph.D. student who moves to Scotland and finds herself embroiled in a 450-year-old mystery. Joanna talks about her own trajectory from Ph.D. student to archival historian and writer (this book is based on a 16th-century Italian letter she decoded herself!), her experience as Joyce Carol Oates' MFA student, and the challenge of writing such a complex story. The two also chat about the importance of brick-and-mortar bookstores (Zibby is opening one in LA!!!), and Joanna reveals the details of her next project. Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: bit.ly/3jmZz5dBookshop: bit.ly/3WihiJvSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

il posto delle parole
Claudia Durastanti "Notte al neon" Joyce Carol Oates

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 20:20


Claudia Durastanti"Notte al neon"Joyce Carol OatesCarbonio Editorehttps://carbonioeditore.it"Notte al neon", traduzione a cura di Claudia Durastanti.Una città fantasma, dove le automobili sfilano lente nel traffico come zombie; foglie d'autunno sparse sulla strada, un neon blu al tramonto, che avvolge di una luce soffusa una periferia desolata, i sensi allertati, l'ombra della morte che non sbiadisce mai, mani che si sfiorano, sorrisi nervosi, codardi.In questa America terra di spettri evanescenti, dove non ci si conosce ma ci si riconosce, una donna cerca disperatamente la strada di casa, un predatore è a caccia della sua vittima, uno scrittore vaga in cerca di un soggetto, un'assassina ripercorre il suo passato, Marilyn Monroe rivive in un inquietante giocattolo di lusso…Nella vibrante traduzione di Claudia Durastanti, una delle voci più potenti della letteratura italiana contemporanea, nove racconti di suspense elettrizzanti e stranianti: storie di psiche spinte al limite che mostrano la magistrale capacità narrativa di una scrittrice divenuta ormai un'icona letteraria.Un'esplorazione brutalmente onesta dell'identità americana che, dai sobborghi sperduti alle grandi metropoli, coinvolge vittime, criminali e assassini, gente incasellata in una vita banale e anime smarrite, ma soprattutto donne, con le loro angosce più profonde, la loro rabbia, il loro impeto di ribellione.Joyce Carol Oates (Lockport, NY, 1938), tra le massime scrittrici e intellettuali viventi, ha esplorato, nella sua lunga carriera, i generi letterari più disparati, sia in prosa che in versi.Ha vinto numerosi premi, come il National Book Award (1970), il PEN/Malamud Prize (1996) e il Premio Fernanda Pivano (2010), ed è stata più volte finalista al Premio Pulitzer.Della sua vasta produzione ricordiamo Una brava ragazza (Bompiani, 2010), la quadrilogia Epopea americana (Il Saggiatore, 2017), La notte, il sonno, la morte e le stelle (La Nave di Teseo, 2021) e Blonde (La Nave di Teseo, 2021).Per oltre trent'anni docente alla Princeton University, dal 1978 è membro dell'American Academy of Arts and Letters.Claudia Durastanti scrittrice e traduttrice. Il suo romanzo d'esordio Un giorno verrò a lanciare sassi alla tua finestra (Marsilio, 2010) ha vinto il Premio Mondello Giovani. Ha pubblicato inoltre A Chloe, per le ragioni sbagliate (Marsilio, 2013), Cleopatra va in prigione (Minimum Fax, 2016) e La straniera (La nave di Teseo, 2019). È stata Italian Fellow in Literature all'American Academy a Roma. È tra i fondatori dell'Italian Festival of Literature in London. IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it

Spun Today with Tony Ortiz
#222 – Free-Writing Session (Joyce Carol Oates, Anthony Bourdain, Chance Durant)

Spun Today with Tony Ortiz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 32:01


In this episode I share my Writing stats for October & November of 2022.  I share a writing tip that I picked up along the way and I tell you about what I've been reading.  I share a Spun Today questionnaire submitted by fellow writer Chance Durant and I also read and reflect on a free-writing piece, which can be found at: spuntoday.com/freewriting.    The Spun Today Podcast is a Podcast that is anchored in Writing, but unlimited in scope.  Give it a whirl.      Twitter: https://twitter.com/spuntoday  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spuntoday/  Website: http://www.spuntoday.com/home  Newsletter: http://www.spuntoday.com/subscribe      Links referenced in this episode:     Writing Tip from Joyce Carol Oates Master Class: https://www.masterclass.com/s/1249b273   New Yorker Article by Anthony Bourdain on April 12th 1999 Don't Eat Before Reading This: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1999/04/19/dont-eat-before-reading-this   Follow Chance Durant on Twitter: @chancedurant1   Kickstarter for his latest novel, Construct: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/carbynejungle/sci-fi-novel-construct   Don't let Perfect be the enemy of Good: https://www.spuntoday.com/freewriting/perfectvsgood   Check out my Books: Make Way for You – Tips for getting out of your own way   & FRACTAL – A Time Travel Tale  http://www.spuntoday.com/books/ (e-Book & Paperback are now available).    Fill out my Spun Today Questionnaire if you're passionate about your craft.  I'll share your insight and motivation on the Podcast: http://www.spuntoday.com/questionnaire/      Shop on Amazon using this link, to support the Podcast: http://www.amazon.com//ref=as_sl_pc_tf_lc?&tag=sputod0c-20&camp=216797&creative=446321&linkCode=ur1&adid=104DDN7SG8A2HXW52TFB&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.spuntoday.com%2Fcontact%2F    Shop on iTunes using this link, to support the Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewTop?genreId=38&id=27820&popId=42&uo=10    Shop at the Spun Today store for Mugs, T-Shirts and more: https://viralstyle.com/store/spuntoday/tonyortiz    Outro Background Music: https://www.bensound.com    Spun Today Logo by: https://www.naveendhanalak.com/     Sound effects are credited to: http://www.freesfx.co.uk    Listen on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Google Podcasts | YouTube | Website 

Quoi de Meuf
(Rediff) - Le féminisme n'a jamais tué personne

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 43:09


Douces, sensibles, gentilles … On a longtemps assigné des traits de personnalité saux femmes. Et si une femme à le malheur de se mettre en colère, ce serait à cause de ses hormones ! Dans ce nouvel épisode, Clémentine Gallot et Julie Hamaïde reviennent sur ses différents clichés en explorant la violence des femmes.Côté pop culture, il sera question de l'actrice Ellen Ripley et de son rôle dans Alien, mais aussi du livre « King Kong Théorie » de Virginie Despentes, et du film « Les Veuves » de Steve McQueen prochainement sur nos écrans.Enfin, Clémentine et Julie répondent à Margaux, auditrice, qui a des difficultés à gérer ses relations avec son entourage qui voit le monde différemment de son engagement dans le féminisme intersectionnel.L'actu féministe de Clémentine Gallot de Julie Hamaïde (01:58)Le thème de l'épisode : La violence des femmes (03:11)Expériences personnelles de Clémentine Gallot et de Julie Hamaïde (21:07)Le moment Pop culture (35 :04)Les recommandations culturelles (43 :37)Le courrier des auditrices (45:31)Les références entendues dans l'épisode :Le 25 novembre : Journée internationale pour l'élimination de la violence à l'égard des femmesLe livre « Penser la violence des femmes » de Coline CARDI et Geneviève PRUVOST, (2017).Le mouvement des suffragettes anglaises au 19ème siècle qui s'est divisé avec deux grandes leaders anglaises : Millicent Garrett Fawcett et Emmeline PankhurstLe film Suffragettes de Sarah Gavron (2015)Le livre « Women Crime and Criminology » de Carol Smart, Frances Heidensohn, Richard Collier, Joe Sim et Helen Monk (2017).Le livre de Mona Chollet « Sorcières ». (2018)Le livre « Les monstres n'existent pas » de Ondine Millot (2018)Le livre d'Amy Chua "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother" (2011)Le téléfilm « Jacqueline Sauvage : C'était lui ou moi » avec Muriel Robin, de Yves Renier. (2018)Le livre « Lorsque je me suis relevée j'ai pris mon fusil » de Valentine Faure. (2018)Le livre « Good and Mad: The revolutionary Power of Women's Anger” de Rebecca Traister. (2018)Le livre « On ne naît pas soumise on le devient » de Manon Garcia. (2018)Le passage sur les violences conjugales, de Muriel Robin dans « C à vous ».Le Amazon Training conseillée par Clémentine GallotLa militante écoféministe, écrivaine et journaliste : “Starhawk” qui prône l'action directe non violente`La pièce de théâtre « Up your Ass » en 1966 de Valérie SolanasLe livre « King Kong Théorie » de Virginie Despentes. (2007)Le pamphlet « Scum Manifesto » de Valérie SolanasL'actrice Ellen Ripley, première vraie héroïne d'action du cinéma grand public pour son rôle dans « Alien » réalisé par Ridley Scott. (1979)La série « Killing Eve » de Emerald Fennell et Phoebe Waller-Bridge avec l'actrice Sandra Oh de “Grey's Anatomy”. (2018)La romancière américaine Gillian Flynn et ses romans « Gone Girl » et “Sharp Objects » adaptés au cinéma en 2014 et 2018.La série « Sweet/Vicious » de Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. (2016)Le livre « Confessions d'un gang de filles » de Joyce Carol Oates. (2014)La BD « Perdy » de Kickliy. (2018)La BD « Camel Joe » de Claire Duplan (2018)Le film « Millenium : ce qui ne me tue pas » de Fede Alvarez. (2018)Le film « Les veuves » de Steve McQueen. (2018) Les recommandations culturellesJulie : Le livre « La violence » de Cécile Collette (2013)Clémentine : « Les heures rouges » de Leni Zumas (2018)Pour poser une question à la team Quoi de meuf : hello@quoidemeuf.netPour s'inscrire à la géniale newsletter Quoi de meuf : http://quoidemeuf.net/Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes, animée par Clémentine Gallot et Julie Hamaide. Réalisée par Aurore Meyer Mahieu, montée et mixée par Laurie Galligani, coordonnée par Laura Cuissard.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Tell Me More: A Deep Dive On...
21. Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates: What's reality and what's fiction?

Tell Me More: A Deep Dive On...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 43:26


Tell me more, a deep dive on Blonde, the book and the movie. Read: Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates Watch: Blonde on Netflix Do you have something you want us to do a deep dive on? Send us an email with the topic to TheBasicMomsMedia@gmail.com. And be sure to come hang out with us on Facebook and Instagram. If you want to dive deeper into any of the topics we present here on Tell Me More, join our Facebook group, Mom Chat by The Basic Moms. Don't forget to rate and review this podcast and subscribe so you know when each new episode is released!

Letras en el tiempo
Literatura y deporte

Letras en el tiempo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 43:20


‘Literatura y deporte'. Nuevo especial de Patricia del Río en Letras en el tiempo dedicado a diversas disciplinas deportivas que mueven masas, donde alude a autores como Jorge Luis Borges, Haruki Murakami, Ernest Hemingway, Julio Cortázar, Norman Mailer y Joyce Carol Oates, por mencionar algunos, que expresaron en sus libros su pasión por el fútbol, el boxeo, el tenis o el rugby. En el libro de la semana, conversa con el periodista deportivo Juan Carlos Ortecho, quien acaba de publicar la novela ‘La fe de ayer. Amor, fútbol y revolución' (Plaza & Janés, 2022), crónica y ficción sobre sus vivencias como hincha peruano. En la voz del periodista y escritor uruguayo, Eduardo Galeano, escuchamos un pasaje de sus reflexiones sobre el fútbol (audio subido al Youtube por Joaquín Rearte en 2011). En cuanto a las películas sobre esta temática, recomendamos ‘Rocky', con Sylvester Stallone; y ‘Escape a la victoria', con Michael Caine, Sylvester Stallone, Max Von Sidow, Pelé, Oswaldo Ardiles. Por su parte, el crítico literario y gerente de la librería Escena libre, Julio Zavala, recomienda los libros ‘Mamá decía que enero era el mes más largo', de Astrid Arbildo (poesía); ‘Muchas veces dudé', de Luis Nieto Degregori (biografía novelada); y ‘Katarzys', de Gonzalo Macalopú Chiú (novela ilustrada). Las canciones que complementan el programa son: ‘Blue Morgan', de Clint Eastwood, en la película ‘Million dólar baby'; ‘Going the distance', de Bill Conti, en la película ‘Rocky'; ‘You'll never walk alone', de Gerry & Peacemakers; ‘New Zeland Warriors Maori Haka danza', de Old World Folklore Label; ‘World Union ‘95', de Overtone, Yollandi Nortjie; ‘It's still rock and roll to me', de Billy Joel; ‘Daydream', de The Lovin'Spoonful'; ‘We are the champions', de Queen. Conducción: Patricia del Río ||| Producción: Amelia Villanueva ||| Edición de audio: Andrés Rodríguez ||| Episodio 44 – Tercera temporada.

Ten Thousand Posts
Poster's Potluck 5: Endtimes [PREVIEW]

Ten Thousand Posts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 11:02


This is a preview of a bonus episode. Listen to the entire episode at : www.patreon.com/10kpostspodcast -------- At time of recording, the general consensus was that this could well be the end of twitter, so what better time to gather your friends and have ourselves a poster's potluck? Everyone brings a tweet or two for the table, we kick back to discuss and analyse why these tweets are worth highlighting, or perhaps are even worthy of inclusion in the hall of fame. This time: Joyce Carol-Oates wonders if there's any joy in ISIS culture, Liam Payne's 2013 worries about snake habitats, and much more! -------- Ten Thousand Posts is a show about how everything is posting. It's hosted by Phoebe (@PRHRoy) and Hussein (@HKesvani) and produced by Devon (@Devon_OnEarth)

L'heure bleue
Joyce Carol Oates

L'heure bleue

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 52:41


durée : 00:52:41 - L'Heure bleue - Rencontre avec Joyce Carol Oates au moment de la parution de "Respire", (Philippe Rey), alors que son roman "Blonde" a été adapté pour Netflix.

Ivory Tower Boiler Room
Fact Vs. Fiction of Marilyn Monroe, Dissecting the “Blonde” Film

Ivory Tower Boiler Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 50:39


Want to hear the rest of Elizabeth and Andrew's review of Blonde? Become an Ivory Tower Boiler Room Café member (only $5): https://www.patreon.com/ivorytowerboilerroom Content Warning: Sexual Abuse and Psychological Abuse Elizabeth Winder, the writer of Marilyn in Manhattan: Her Year of Joy joins Andrew to share their hot takes on the new Netflix film Blonde. This is most definitely an uncensored film analysis since Elizabeth and Andrew don't hold back from giving their honest opinion of this film. They parse out what's fact vs. what's fiction in the film and explore the source material for this film, Joyce Carol Oates' fictional biography of Marilyn Monroe. Elizabeth explains the mythical power of Marilyn and reveals the reality of her Hollywood and Manhattan life! And, we leave you on the edge of your seats when it comes to the JFK and Marilyn storyline in the film. And, why is this the first NC-17 Netflix film? We have the answers! Join us on Patreon to listen to the rest of the episode, an extra 30 minutes! We are so excited to welcome Elizabeth back in The Ivory Tower Boiler Room so if you haven't yet, make sure you listen to our Marilyn in Manhattan episode with her: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/marilyn-in-manhattan-elizabeth-winder-on-writing-a/id1527297273?i=1000561565198 You can watch the film on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/80174263 And if you're interested in Joyce Carol Oates' novel, here it is: https://bookshop.org/p/books/blonde-joyce-carol-oates/8279998?ean=9780062968456 If you don't have it already, get your hands on Elizabeth's Marilyn Monroe biography, Marilyn in Manhattan here: https://bookshop.org/p/books/marilyn-in-manhattan-her-year-of-joy-elizabeth-winder/8429518?ean=9781250064981 To subscribe to The Gay and Lesbian Review visit glreview.org. Click Subscribe, and enter promo code ITBR to receive a free copy with any print or digital subscription. Follow Ivory Tower Boiler Room on Instagram, @ivorytowerboilerroom, TikTok, @ivorytowerboilerroom, and Twitter, @IvoryBoilerRoom! Many thanks to the Ivory Tower Boiler Room podcast team: Andrew Rimby, Executive Director; Mary DiPipi, Chief Contributor; Kimberly Dallas, Editor Educational Copyright: "That Old Black Magic" (Marilyn Monroe, 1956, from the "Bus Stop" soundtrack), JB Production CH --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ivorytowerboilerroom/support

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast
The Good Wife's Julianna Margulies performs Thanksgiving by Joyce Carol Oates

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 31:53


In what is becoming an annual tradition on the WORDTheatre Short Story Podcast, we are featuring Julianna Margulies performance of Joyce Carol Oates wonderfully bizarre short story, Thanksgiving, introduced by the author! Enjoy! ★ Support this podcast ★

RNZ: Saturday Morning
Joyce Carol Oates: Author of Blonde unsettles with new novel inspired by '70s serial killer

RNZ: Saturday Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 25:55


An interview with Joyce Carol Oates.

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
How NY Times Bestselling Thriller Writer Jeffery Deaver Writes: Part One - Redux

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 37:45


A quick note that this week we're resurfacing Part One of an enlightening chat I had with #1 internationally bestselling author Jeffery Deaver about his process for writing “ticking-time bomb suspense,” near the start of the Pandemic. Next week we are going to catch up with the author for the second part of that interview series with Jeff to talk about his latest novel and a lot more about the writing life. Until then … The #1 internationally bestselling author of over 40 novels, Jeffery Deaver, took a few minutes to discuss his advice on how to write emotionally engaging fiction, the merits of plotters vs. pantsers, and a 5-step process for writing your novel. "Rejection is just a speed bump ... it's not a brick wall. Keep at it." – Jeffery Deaver Jeffery is a former journalist, musician, and attorney best known for his Lincoln Rhyme series – now a hit NBC TV show – and the novel, The Bone Collector, adapted for the big screen starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie. The "master of suspense" has been nominated for seven Edgar Awards and has gone on to sell 50 million books worldwide, translated into 35 languages. His thriller featured here is a sequel to The Never Game – The Goodbye Man (A Colter Shaw Novel Book 2) – and once again features Colter Shaw, a rugged survivalist and "reward-seeker." One of Bookpage's "Most Anticipated Mysteries and Thrillers" of 2020, Publishers Weekly said of the book, “Deaver balances suspense and plausibility perfectly ... This is a perfect jumping-on point for readers new to one of today's top contemporary thriller writers.” Stay calm and write on ... Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please "Follow" us to automatically see new interviews. In this file Jeffery Deaver and I discussed: Why suspense writers are like airline pilots Wisdom from Joyce Carol Oates and the importance of outlining How having your novel read aloud to you can improve your prose A simple formula for writing "roller-coaster" fiction And much more! Show Notes: JefferyDeaver.com The Goodbye Man (A Colter Shaw Novel) by Jeffery Deaver [Amazon] Jeffery Deaver Amazon author page NaturalReader app Jeffery Deaver on Instagram  Jeffery Deaver on Facebook Jeffery Deaver on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Anime Sickos
136: The Sickos Experience an Existential Threat

Anime Sickos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 118:08


Uh Oh! Twitter is getting fucked up by the world's dumbest man! We love posting and are addicted to the slop and half our episodes are about posts. This sucks! The Sickos break down the dumbass decisions Elon Musk is ruining Twitter with and eulogize the dumb site we love to hate. No other site lets you see so many Joyce Carol Oates thoughts, dude

Writer Unleashed
#116: Story Triggers: How To Generate Powerful Fiction and Memoir

Writer Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:55


Great stories often start with a trigger. One persistent image, a childhood memory, a family story, or a phone conversation you overhear on  the train ride to work. In this episode, we'll explore story triggers: what they are, where they come, how to tap into your own triggers, and select which ones are worthy of expanding into a story. You'll learn about the triggers that gave rise to stories and novels by Hemingway, John Fowles, Joan Didion, and Joyce Carol Oates. And you'll get exercises to help you spark your own powerful stories. Episode WebsiteWant to join a community of like-minded writers? Need inspiration and support? Join us in our private Writer Unleashed Community Facebook Group. It's totally free to join.

Little Atoms
Little Atoms 787 - Joyce Carol Oates' Babysitter

Little Atoms

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 31:33


Joyce Carol Oates returns to Little Atoms and talks to Neil about her latest novel Babysitter. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cinematório Podcasts
cinematório café: Marilyn e ”Blonde”, da ode ao ódio

Cinematório Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 94:41


Analisamos o filme "Blonde", a controversa cinebiografia de Marilyn Monroe estrelada por Ana de Armas. O que deu errado? E o que deu certo? - Visite a página do podcast no site e confira material extra sobre o tema do episódio - Junte-se ao Cineclube Cinematório e tenha acesso a conteúdo exclusivo de cinema Nesta edição, o podcast cinematório café analisa o filme "Blonde" (2022), de Andrew Dominik, a controversa cinebiografia de Marilyn Monroe, baseada no livro de Joyce Carol Oates e estrelada por Ana de Armas. De super aguardado e cotado ao Oscar, o filme se tornou um dos mais odiados pelo público da Netflix. O que deu errado? E o que deu certo? O debate deste episódio gira em torno dos erros e acertos do diretor e roteirista Andrew Dominik ("O Assassinato de Jesse James") ao adaptar para as telas o livro "Blonde", da escritora norte-americana Joyce Carol Oates. Ao mesmo tempo em que Ana de Arma brilha no papel de Marilyn Monroe e o filme desfila um sem número de qualidades técnicas, Dominik vem sendo muito criticado pela forma como retrata a vida de Marilyn, concentrando quase que o tempo inteiro do filme no sofrimento de uma das maiores estrelas de Hollywood. Sentam-se à mesa conosco para discutir "Blonde": Juarez Guimarães Dias, professor do Departamento de Comunicação Social da Fafich-UFMG e um dos autores da peça "Marilyn Monroe.doc", Ana Lúcia Andrade, professora de Cinema da Escola de Belas Artes da UFMG, e Larissa Vasconcelos, jornalista e redatora do cinematório. O cinematório café é produzido e apresentado por Renato Silveira e Kel Gomes. A cada episódio, nós propomos um debate em torno de filmes recém-lançados e temas relacionados ao cinema, sempre em um clima de descontração e buscando refletir sobre imagens presentes no nosso dia a dia. Quer mandar um e-mail? Escreva para contato@cinematorio.com.br. A sua mensagem pode ser lida no podcast!

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast
Dana Delany performs "Party" / Polly Draper performs "The Undesirable Table" / Gethin Anthony performs "Angry" / Philip Baker Hall performs "Pain" by Joyce Carol Oates

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 46:11


The San Francisco Experience
Blonde: The Film. In conversation with Shaun Chang of the Hill Place Movie and TV blog.

The San Francisco Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 33:37


Ana de Armas plays Marilyn Monroe in the screen adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates novel, "Blonde". Described by Oates as a fantasy or even fairytale , Blonde is a fictional and at times brutal take on events in the Hollywood star's life. It is a study of American celebrity as personified by Marilyn Monroe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-herlihy/message

Navigating Narcissism
Introducing Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

Navigating Narcissism

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 2:26


Today, we wanted to introduce you to another podcast we enjoy, Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso. Since 2016, Sam has invited activists, artists, and politicians to come to the table and speak from the heart — every Sunday morning. To hear his catalog of over 300 conversations, including talks with Congresswoman Cori Bush, actor Ethan Hawke, novelist Joyce Carol Oates, and comedian Bill Hader, you can listen to Talk Easy wherever you get your podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Killer Casting
076 - Blonde

Killer Casting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:20


Beautiful, breathy, kittenish, dizzy, bombshell, blonde. So many words can describe Marilyn Monroe and never really capture who she was…or who we think she was. Was she a spoiled, vain, ambitious starlet who played men as easily as she did the ukulele in “Some Like It Hot”? Or a sad, traumatized victim, ever needy, ever wanting for approval, never finding the respect she craved, the child she yearned for nor the man she really loved. The movie “Blonde” starring Ana de Armas directed by Andrew Dominik adapted from the novel by Joyce Carol Oates, seems to be certain of the latter. Lisa and Dean sit down with master acting teacher Terry Knickerbocker — who coaches some of Hollywood's most compelling actors like Sam Rockwell, Daniel Craig and Emmy Rossum — to ask what he thinks of the film, of the performance by de Armas and why the persona of Marilyn Monroe has become so iconic, and such a Mount Everest, much like the role of Hamlet, that so many actresses want to climb. Join us as we break it all down. #Blonde #AnaDeArmas #MarilynMonroe #Bombshell #Hollywood #Starlet #AndrewDominik

The Christ and Pop Culture Podcast Network
Seeing and Believing October 2022 Bonus | Blonde

The Christ and Pop Culture Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 43:44


In this bonus episode, Sarah and Kevin review Andrew Dominik's Blonde, which adapts Joyce Carol Oates' 2000 novel of the same name. Follow us on Twitter @SeeBelievePOD Support the Seeing & Believing Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Seeing and Believing with Wade Bearden & Kevin McLenithan

In this bonus episode, Sarah and Kevin review Andrew Dominik's Blonde, which adapts Joyce Carol Oates' 2000 novel of the same name. Follow us on Twitter @SeeBelievePOD Support the Seeing & Believing Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast
The Flash's Danielle Panabaker performs "The Escape" by Joyce Carol Oates

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 24:17


Suburban Movie Guys
82. Blonde

Suburban Movie Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 12:30


Blonde is the new Netflix film about Marilyn Monroe. It's a fictionalized version of her life, based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates, from acclaimed director Andrew Dominik. But the SMGs found themselves wondering if it was necessary — and appropriate — to tell her story in such a way.Matt and Grant are two old friends on Long Island in New York who have been watching movies together for 30 years.Check them out at suburbanmovieguys.com where you can sign up to follow them on the podcasting app of your choice.

Spun Today with Tony Ortiz
#218 – Free-Writing Session (Annie Dillard writing tip, Joyce Carol Oates)

Spun Today with Tony Ortiz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 34:38


In this episode I share my Writing stats from May thru September of 2022.  I share a writing tip that I picked up along the way and I tell you about a Masterclass I've been watching.  I also read and reflect on a free-writing piece, which can be found at: spuntoday.com/freewriting.    The Spun Today Podcast is a Podcast that is anchored in Writing, but unlimited in scope.  Give it a whirl.      Twitter: https://twitter.com/spuntoday  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spuntoday/  Website: http://www.spuntoday.com/home  Newsletter: http://www.spuntoday.com/subscribe      Links referenced in this episode:     The Writing Life by Annie Dillard: https://www.amazon.com/Writing-Life-Annie-Dillard/dp/0060919884/ref=sr_1_1?crid=18C67ID7H5M4Q&keywords=The+Writing+Life&qid=1665604000&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIyLjAzIiwicXNhIjoiMS42NCIsInFzcCI6IjEuNjAifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=the+writing+life%2Caps%2C104&sr=8-1   Joyce Carol Oates Teaches the Art of the Short Story: https://www.masterclass.com/classes/joyce-carol-oates-teaches-the-art-of-the-short-story   Like a White Light going through a Prism: http://www.spuntoday.com/freewriting/like-a-white-light-going-through-a-prism   Follow Your Unique Light: http://www.spuntoday.com/freewriting/follow-your-unique-light   Check out my Books: Make Way for You – Tips for getting out of your own way   & FRACTAL – A Time Travel Tale  http://www.spuntoday.com/books/ (e-Book & Paperback are now available).    Fill out my Spun Today Questionnaire if you're passionate about your craft.  I'll share your insight and motivation on the Podcast: http://www.spuntoday.com/questionnaire/      Shop on Amazon using this link, to support the Podcast: http://www.amazon.com//ref=as_sl_pc_tf_lc?&tag=sputod0c-20&camp=216797&creative=446321&linkCode=ur1&adid=104DDN7SG8A2HXW52TFB&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.spuntoday.com%2Fcontact%2F    Shop on iTunes using this link, to support the Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewTop?genreId=38&id=27820&popId=42&uo=10    Shop at the Spun Today store for Mugs, T-Shirts and more: https://viralstyle.com/store/spuntoday/tonyortiz    Outro Background Music: https://www.bensound.com    Spun Today Logo by: https://www.naveendhanalak.com/     Sound effects are credited to: http://www.freesfx.co.uk    Listen on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Pocket Casts | Google Podcasts | YouTube | Website 

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock is Lit: Zachary Lazar, Author of 'Sway'

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 111:11


HIGHLIGHTS:Zachary Lazar and I talk about his extraordinary rock novel ‘Sway', a story that reimagines the early days of the Rolling Stones, including the romantic triangle of Brian Jones, Anita Pallenberg, and Keith Richards; the life of avant-garde filmmaker Kenneth Anger; and Charles Manson and his followers. We also talk about the Stones at Altamont, Aleister Crowley, the Jewish mystical tradition, poets William Butler Yeats and William Blake, the difference between the Christian idea of Lucifer and the mythological Lucifer, the challenges of writing about real people in a fictional setting, my family's tangential connection to the Manson murders, Joyce Carol Oates' short story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”, Joan Didion's titular essay from her book ‘The White Album' and the moment the 1960s ended.Later, two special guests drop by to add real-world context to the fictional story presented in ‘Sway': First, playwright, journalist, editor, and musician Tony Sokol briefly talks about the Stones' involvement in the occult and with Kenneth Anger.Then, Zeena Schreck, who is an artist, musician, Tibetan Buddhist yogini, and the goddaughter of Kenneth Anger, as well as former High Priestess of the Church of Satan (founded by her late father Anton LaVey), shares her memories of Kenneth Anger, including how her father made him her godfather and her personal and working relationship with Kenneth. She also talks a bit about her background and rebuilding her life as a Buddhist in Germany. In addition to this, Zeena discusses Kenneth's interest in Aleister Crowley; the making of and background on some of his iconic films, especially the 1969 film ‘Invocation of My Demon Brother' (a movie that figures large in Zachary Lazar's novel ‘Sway'); Kenneth's relationship with Anita Pallenberg and her influence on the Rolling Stones; and how Kenneth's work influenced MTV and music videos.For bonus material featuring Zeena Schreck, visit the Rock is Lit Vault. SONGS AND MEDIA IN THE EPISODE IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:“Start Me Up” by the Rolling Stones“Torn and Frayed” by the Rolling StonesClip from ‘Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome'“Mr. Crowley” by Ozzy Osbourne“Sympathy for the Devil” by the Rolling StonesClip of the real Charles Manson speaking“Sway” by the Rolling Stones“Dancing With Mr. D” by the Rolling StonesClip of Mick Jagger's soundtrack to ‘Invocation of My Demon Brother'“Ruby Tuesday” by the Rolling Stones“2000 Light Years From Home” by the Rolling StonesTheme from ‘The Godfather'Clip from ‘Blue Velvet'“Midnight Rambler” from the Rolling Stones Hyde Park Show, Live 1969“Summer Swelter” by Zeena Schreck“Gimme Shelter” by the Rolling Stones*All images, music, and mementos of Zeena Schreck are used with her approval and cannot be reproduced without her permission.LINKS: Zachary Lazar's websiteZachary Lazar, Facebook, @ZacharyLazar    Tony Sokol, Twitter, @tsokolLink to Tony's article “The Occult Influences of Sympathy for the Devil” in ‘Den of Geek'For news of Zeena's current public activities and releases, subscribe to the e-newsletter at https://www.zeenaschreck.com/subscribe.htmlZeena's website: www.ZeenaSchreck.comZeena's blog: https://www.zeenaschreck.com/blogZeena on Bandcamp: https://zeenaschreck.bandcamp.com/releasesZeena, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zeenaschreck_art/Zeena, YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ZeenaSchreckOfficialZeena, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZEENA.Official.ZeenaSchreckChristy Alexander Hallberg's websiteChristy Alexander Hallberg, Instagram/Twitter, @ChristyHallbergChristy Alexander Hallberg YouTubeRock is Lit VaultLink to Christy Alexander Hallberg's essay on the Manson Family, “Shifting Phantasmagoria”: http://storysouth.com/stories/shifting-phantasmagoria/

Didion, Hawthorne, and the In-Between
“We Were the Mulvaneys” by Joyce Carol Oates | Horrifying Classics – Episode 218

Didion, Hawthorne, and the In-Between

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 34:48


Mack is back to regular posting for our spooktacular #HorrifyingClassics2022 lineup. — Show Notes: relevanceofliterature.com/notes/ patreon.com/relevanceofliterature — Music by Leo Discenza Our Show: relevanceofliterature.com Our old (and yes, still functioning) blog: didionandhawthorne.blubrry.net

Nostalgia Trap
Gender Trap - Ep 9 : Marilyn Monroe, Trauma Puppet (PREVIEW)

Nostalgia Trap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 3:23


This week Yasmin and I endure Andrew Dominik's much over-hyped Netflix #content Blonde, a fictional passion play “about” Marilyn Monroe, based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates. Our reactions are analytical and emotional, and we work out the intense feelings about celebrity, power, and gender brought up by the film's often absurd provocations. And by the way, what are the gender dynamics at work here? Is this Andrea Dworkin sex-negative feminism disguised as arthouse shock therapy, or a brilliant, radical take on fame and desire? One thing we can agree on: Marilyn deserves better.  Listen to the whole episode 

The ONLY Podcast about Movies

"It's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring" - Marilyn Monroe.Let's test the limits of that quote as we finally discuss Andrew Dominik's fictional retelling of the life of Norma Jean Mortenson aka Marilyn Monroe. Adapted from Joyce Carol Oates novel, we also test the line between fiction and reality and the ethical boundaries on either side.Stick around for a special voice mail from BKRewind who's previous video essay on Marilyn Monroe provide great historical perspective.You can write fan fiction about us and send it into onlymoviepodcast@gmail.com or make up stories at www.twitter.com/onlymoviepodSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast
Billions' Maggie Siff performs Running by Joyce Carol Oates

WORDTheatre® Short Story Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 23:30


The Colin McEnroe Show
The Nose looks at ‘Blonde' and ‘Elvis'

The Colin McEnroe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 49:00


This week's Nose is like the trick you do with the wiggling, getting all the girls hipped up. Blonde is Andrew Dominik's fourth feature film as writer and director, his first since Killing Them Softly in 2012. It's an adaptation of the Joyce Carol Oates novel, and it stars Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe. Blonde is a Netflix release, and it's said to be the first movie distributed by a streaming service to receive the NC-17 rating. And: Elvis is Baz Luhrmann's sixth feature film as writer and director, his first since The Great Gatsby in 2013. It stars Austin Butler in the title role and Tom Hanks as Colonel Tom Parker. Its theatrical run this summer made it the second-highest grossing biopic (after Bohemian Rhapsody) ever made. Elvispremiered on HBO in September. Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Loretta Lynn, ever a ‘Coal Miner's Daughter,' dies at 90 After a hardscrabble start, Ms. Lynn rose from poverty in Kentucky to the top of Billboard's Nashville charts and brought a strong woman's voice to country music Billy Eichner says straight people ‘just didn't show up for Bros' at the box office YouTuber Dream Revealed His Face And People Have Been Really Cruel About It Dream is faceless no more. ‘House of the Dragon' Viewers Outraged Over Scenes Too Dark to See, HBO Defends Them as ‘Intentional Creative Decision' Why Did This Week's House of the Dragon Look So Bad? The Try Guys Release First Funny Video The three remaining survivors address the big controversy, and I'm feeling all the feels You shouldn't high-five a child [Ed. note: Retweets ≠ endorsements. Or whatever.] The '90s Cartoon That Mattered? ‘Beavis and Butt-Head.' (Fight Me.) It doesn't make best-of lists, but the series, then and now, was always much smarter than its characters, and it didn't try too hard. Sorry, Bart Simpson. Does it get any butter than this? The Butter board is the new viral food trend, and we are here for it. ‘Rust' Team Announces Settlement With Halyna Hutchins Estate, Will Resume Film Production in January Fans cheer as Velma is shown crushing on a woman in the new Scooby-Doo movie Aaron Judge Is Great—but Don't Erase Barry Bonds Barry Bonds is not regarded as the home run king, but he should be. A Saturday Night Live Charmin Bears sketch has become bizarrely controversial A skit where Miles Teller plays an artistic young Charmin has drawn criticism for possibly pilfered material and it's placement directly ahead of a Charmin ad You Must Respect Candy Corn Even in paradise, death lurks. Hollywood's 50 Most Powerful TV Showrunners of 2022 The series they couldn't stop watching, the peers they most admire and the industry trends that keep them awake at night … THR's annual survey of the most influential writer-producers in TV reveals these secrets and more. The Universe Is Not Locally Real, and the Physics Nobel Prize Winners Proved It Elegant experiments with entangled light have laid bare a profound mystery at the heart of reality Super Mario Bros. Trailer: Chris Pratt Is Mario In Illumination's Animated Take On The Video Game Character GUESTS: Irene Papoulis: Teaches writing at Trinity College Bill Yousman: Professor of Media Studies at Sacred Heart University The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show. Our programming is made possible thanks to listeners like you. Please consider supporting this show and Connecticut Public with a donation today by visiting ctpublic.org/donate.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Girls, Guts, & Giallo
Special Episode: Blonde (2022)

Girls, Guts, & Giallo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 91:18


Macy Rodman, the hilarious hostess of Nymphowars, joins me for a good old fashioned roast. Just kidding! Kind of. We discuss Andrew Dominik's controversial new film about the life and times of Marilyn Monroe, Blonde. We cover the Joyce Carol Oates novel the film is based on, why we didn't like this movie as lovers of extreme cinema, and we make fun of Australians (sorry, Australian fans!)  To support me and all the work I do, join my Patreon! Bibliography:  The Many Lives of Marilyn Monroe by Sarah Churchwell Marilyn Monroe: My Little Secret by Tony Jerris  Goddess: The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe by Anthony Summers  Bette and Joan: The Divine Feud by Shaun Considine  “I'm not interested in reality, I'm interested in the images”: Andrew Dominik on Blonde by Christina Newland  The Hollow Impersonation in Blonde by Angelica Jade  Review: ‘Blonde' isn't really about Marilyn Monroe. It's about making her suffer by Justin Chang 

Pop Culture Happy Hour
Blonde

Pop Culture Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 20:17 Very Popular


In the Netflix movie Blonde, Ana de Armas steps into the billowing white dress of one of the most iconic figures of the 21st century: Marilyn Monroe. It was written and directed by Andrew Dominik and is an adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' novel of the same name, which took extensive creative liberties with Monroe's life.

Cinemático
Blonde

Cinemático

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 59:43


Marilyn Monroe está de volta ao cinema num filme recheado de tensões. Adaptação de um romance de Joyce Carol Oates e dirigido pelo cultuado Andrew Dominik, Blonde explodiu em intrigas nas redes sociais com seu retrato nada sensível sobre a maior das estrelas da Hollywood clássica, despertando acusações de misoginia ao retratar a artista pela perspectiva de seus relacionamentos e problemas familiares. A recepção dividida coloca em risco a discussão do filme e de sua principal atriz, Ana de Armas, para o Oscar, mas entre defensores e detratores a questão que fica é: afinal, é bom? No Cinemático 328, Carlos Merigo, Júlia Gavillan e Pedro Strazza conversam sobre o filme, suas polêmicas e a carreira do diretor, enquanto balizam os efeitos do registro de Marilyn nas telonas após sua morte. Spoilers: 48m34sNotas: 56m4s  

The Spill
Emily Ratajkowski & Netflix's Most Controversial Movie

The Spill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 18:10


On the show today… The first teaser for Kim Kardashian's new Spotify Original podcast The System: The Case of Kevin Keith has just been released. Here's everything you need to know. And Paris Fashion Week has been unfolding over the last few days, and in amongst the glamorous runway shows have been a few celebrity surprises and scandals. So let's talk about a Posh Spice PR move and a spray-on supermodel dress. Plus, Netflix has released one of its most controversial movies to date. Blonde is a partly fictionalised drama about Marilyn Monroe's life, based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates. The movie has been met with widespread criticism for its treatment of Marilyn, even from celebrities including Emily Ratajkowski. Yet the darkest side to this story is that it's giving audiences exactly what they want. THE END BITS Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH: Join us in our Facebook group to discuss everything pop culture...https://www.facebook.com/groups/2524018781153963/ Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at thespill@mamamia.com.au WANT MORE? Read all the latest entertainment news on Mamamia... https://mamamia.com.au/entertainment/ Subscribe to The Spill Newsletter... https://mamamia.com.au/newsletter CREDITS Hosts: Laura Brodnik & Mel Mason Executive Producer: Gia Moylan Audio Producer: Rhiannon Mooney Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The New Yorker Radio Hour
Billy Eichner on “Bros” and Joyce Carol Oates on “Blonde”

The New Yorker Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 30:52 Very Popular


One of the first queer rom-coms released in cinemas by a major studio, “Bros” is making movie history. But the film's co-writer and star, the comedian Billy Eichner, tells David Remnick that the milestone has taken too long to achieve. “Culture and society at large, for the vast majority of human existence, [did] not want to talk about the private lives of gay people and L.G.B.T.Q. people,” he says. Plus, the staff writer Katy Waldman talks with the prolific novelist Joyce Carol Oates about the new film adaptation of her novel “Blonde,” which premières on Netflix this week. Directed by Andrew Dominick, it's a fictionalized account of the life of Marilyn Monroe. Oates tells Waldman that she enjoyed the production but found it “extremely emotionally exhausting” and “not for the faint of heart.”

Par Jupiter !
L'homme qui ne voyait pas le mal

Par Jupiter !

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 4:36


durée : 00:04:36 - La chronique d'Isabelle Sorente - par : Isabelle SORENTE - Isabelle Sorente consacre sa chronique à Joyce Carol Oates, et plus particulièrement au tourment, au rapport au mal et à la noirceur si souvent au centre des romans de la grande écrivaine américaine.

IndieWire's Filmmaker Toolkit
'Blonde' Director Andrew Dominik

IndieWire's Filmmaker Toolkit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:46


Writer-director Andrew Dominik wrote his adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' novel "Blonde" in about four weeks — and then waited 12 years for the opportunity to bring it to the screen. The "Killing Them Softly" director joins Filmmaker Toolkit to talk about his decade-plus-long journey to bring Joyce Carol Oates' fictionalized portrait of Marilyn Monroe to the screen, and the epic study of trauma and Hollywood's exploitation of it that he created. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson
Joyce Carol Oates's new book "Babysitter" + Detroit River clean-up efforts

Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 52:01


Award winning author Joyce Carol Oates joins the show to discuss her new book "Babysitter," including how it was influenced by her time living in southeast Michigan. Then, environmental law expert Nick Schroeck and journalist Gary Wilson join the show to discuss Wilson's latest article covering how the cleanup of the Detroit River appears to be a low priority, despite the Great Lakes receiving a $1 billion windfall from the Biden adminstration.

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates (Marilyn Monroe / Netflix)

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 140:01


The Drunk Gentlemen prefer beer this week when they read Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates. They also get a doctor to prescribe: Visual Fantasy by Beer Tree, Yellow Cake by Finback, Clawfoot Bathtub by Fifth Frame, Wowie by Rhinegeist, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, I've Been Missing my Mom's Spiced Blackberry

Parenting for the Future
Baby Unplugged: Parenting in the Digital Age - A conversation with Sophie Brickman

Parenting for the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 49:28


Sophie Brickman is mother to two children, she's also a writer, reporter, and editor. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, the New York Times, as well as the Wall Street Journal. She wrote a monthly column for Elle, interviewing influential women, including Nancy Pelosi and Joyce Carol Oates about their paths to success and is currently a columnist at The Guardian. Sophie graduated with honors from Harvard College, studying social theory and philosophy. She joins us today to discuss her first book, Baby, Unplugged: One Mother's Search for Balance, Reason, and Sanity in the Digital Age. It is about the intersection of parenting and technology. 

Filmspotting: Reviews & Top 5s
#889: Blonde / Double Indemnity (Stanwyck #6) / Hockeyland

Filmspotting: Reviews & Top 5s

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 118:16 Very Popular


Andrew Dominik's long-in-the-works Marilyn Monroe tale BLONDE (based on the 1999 novel by Joyce Carol-Oates), offers a nightmarish portrayal of the actress and icon that avoids some of the pitfalls of celebrity biopics (thanks in part to its impressive formal approach) while running headlong into others. Mostly in agreement on the film, Adam and Josh remain divided on a few things, including the central performance by Ana de Armas. Also on the show, the sixth and final film in the Summer of Stanwyck Marathon, DOUBLE INDEMNITY, and the Stanwyck Marathon Awards. Plus, Adam recommends the new doc HOCKEYLAND. 0:00 - Billboard 1:06 - Review: "Blonde" 35:41 - Review (AK): "Hockeyland" 40:47 - Next Week / Notes / R.I.P. Jean-Luc Godard 45:41 - Polls (Fall Movies / Comedies) 55:53 - Summer of Stanwyck #6: "Double Indemnity" 1:24:44 - Stanwyck Marathon Awards 1:51:34 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk
485: Ryan Holiday - The Power Of Self Control, Loving The Process, & Building Endurance (Discipline Is Destiny)

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 67:05


Text Hawk to 66866 to become part of Mindful Monday. Receive a carefully curated email each Monday morning to help you start your week off right. Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG -- @RyanHawk12    https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Ryan Holiday is the best selling author of 11 books including The Obstacle Is the Way, The Daily Stoic, Ego Is the Enemy, and Stillness is the Key which has sold millions of copies and been translated into thirty languages. His latest book is called Discipline is Destiny - The Power of Self Control. Notes: We must be in command of ourselves. We have to conquer ourselves before others. Self Discipline - Freedom is the opportunity for self-discipline. The trivial - The people who sustain excellence fall in love with the process. They don't cheat it. Choose to see obstacles as opportunities. Dr. Drew recommended to Ryan that he should read books about stoicism when he was 19. This was a pivotal moment. Carry The Load For Others  – General Jim Mattis. "The privilege of command is command. You don't get a bigger tent. “Being the boss is a job. Being a leader is something you earn.” Seek Discomfort – Seneca was a rich man. He inherited estates from his father. He invested well. Yet every so often, for a few days, he would eat only the scantest fare and wear his coarest clothing. He would actively seek out discomfort, mimicking abject poverty and harsher life conditions.  Having a full calendar - "That doesn't seem like a rich life." Just show up — Consistency. Thomas Edison said “I've got no imagination. Thank never dream. I've created nothing.” The genius hangs around his laboratory day and night.” Your Why must be intrinsic. Just work - in Ancient Greece, there was a word to describe a ceaseless work ethic — philoponia  (about the author Joyce Carol Oates). She published a ton over the course of decades. Work out -- “Obviously the philosopher's life should be well prepared for physical activity.” — the Stoic Gaius Musonius Rufus explained, “because often the virtues make use of this as a necessary instrument for the affairs of low.” The strenuous life is the best life — exercise. You must take care of your body. And eat well. Endure - Shackelton's family motto — “Fortitude Vincimus” — “By endurance we conquer.” George Washington — When he was 26, he watched a play about the Stoics and started repeating the phrase “in the calm light of mild philosophy.” Focus Focus Focus — In Yogic tradition they call this Ekagrata — intense focus on a singular point. Do the hard thing first — Mark Twain - “the idea is that if we eat the frog at the beginning of the day, it will be next to impossible for the day to get any worse.” Can you get back up? “Losing is not always up to us, but being a loser is. Being a quitter is.” Silence is Strength — The Spartans' “laconic” style. Never use 2 words when 1 will do. Archimedes once explained at a Spartan dinner, “An expert on speaking also knows when not to do so.” When Ryan speaks to NFL teams: "I try to give them one or two practical things to implement." Be Your Best - "Conquering the world is rather easy after we have fully conquered ourselves. Certainly fewer people have done the latter than the former.” Taking a stand - How successful are you really if you can't be yourself?" Lou Gehrig -  “When you love the work, you don't cheat it or the demands it makes of you. You respect even the most trivial aspects of the pursuit.”