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Episode 735: Paper Girls - S1E2 & S1E3

Podcast Fandom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 71:11


We doubled up and covered two episodes this week because Paper Girls is just so damn good. The time travel, healing robotic insects, and giant mech are all cool, but the best moments continue to be the ones in which the girls bond. Those scenes are so well-written and the actors bring them to life in a way that feels natural. A few highlights include KJ calling out Mac for the hate speech she repeats, Mac and Erin clearing the air after that whole “you shot me in the gut” thing, and the four new friends unpacking what it means to be decades ahead of all the people and things they love. We'll be reviewing episodes 4 and 5 together for next week's Paper Girl podcast. Really looking forward to seeing adult Tiffany and more of Mac coming to terms with the news about her health and her oddly wholesome relationship with her brother.

#AmWriting
How to Drive that Narrative Forward: Blueprint for a Book Step 7

#AmWriting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 51:40


People don’t behave logically, but they are illogical in logical ways. What makes you want to turn the page? You know how it is with some books—you just can’t put them down. Fiction, sure, thrillers, mysteries, but that’s not all. Non-fiction books can be page-turners too, even when they don’t seen to have a story. What makes The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up work even for people who never actually tidy up? The page-turning, reader-driving illusion that somehow they will. The Five Love Languages? The drive to figure out—which one am I, and which one are you?Narrative drive is a key element of success in everything from romance (sure, you know the ending, but how are they going to get together?) to memoir to, yes, successful how-to. Your reader should be constantly asking, and then what happened, which means you should be, too. And everything has to contribute to that drive, whether it’s a plot development or an emotional twist. That’s how you pull the reader through each and every chapter.This is the seventh episode in the 10-part Blueprint for a Book Series. Start with Step 1, do the work (we’ll give you an assignment every week), and in 10 weeks, you’ll have a solid foundation for a first draft or revision of your project that will help you push through to “the end”. Find details on the challenge HERE.YOUR ASSIGNMENTFiction and Narrative Memoir:Create a “Because of That” story summary. The Pixar rubric is in your workbook.Nonfiction and Self-Help/Memoir:Draft a table of contents. If you already did that in the last step, refine it. Tables of contents can hold the code for your entire book, so don’t just toss it off! Write two or three sentences to describe each chapter.(Note: We suggest you download a Blueprint answer workbook to keep track of your 10 assignments. That will make it easier to revise, review and come back to your work. Click to grab yours for fiction or nonfiction. If you are writing narrative memoir (a story), use the fiction workbook and assignments. If you are writing self-help/memoir, use the nonfiction workbook and assignments. Prefer paper? Tape the assignment into your journal and make a nice big heading so you know: This is Step 7. This is the page (or pages) with my Because of That Story Summary.)LINKSThe Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise, Dan GemeinhartThe Five Love Languages, Gary ChapmanThe Other Black Girl, Zakiya Dalila HarrisBlueprint for a Book (Fiction and Memoir)Blueprint for a Nonfiction BookTODAY’S COACHESSara Gentry is a Math Ph.D. turned writer, book lover, and book coach. As an Author Accelerator Certified Book Coach, Sara has been trained to help writers craft the story they’ve been wanting to tell. Thanks to her mathematical background, her book coaching strengths include planning project management, analyzing a story’s cohesiveness, and evaluating where a book might fit in the current marketplace. She works with writers across genres and age groups. She has a soft spot for KidLit and humorous adult fiction. Find more at easierwithacoach.com.For more from KJ, subscribe to her newsletter: Read. Eat. Listen. Or grab one of her novels, In Her Boots and The Chicken Sisters, wherever books are sold. Wondering about KJ as a book coach? Her current offerings are HERE. For more from Jennie, subscribe to her weekly newsletter. Or grab one of her Blueprint books, wherever books are sold. You can learn about getting matched with an Author Accelerator book coach or becoming a book coach at authoraccelerator.comThis summer is all about starting a project, but if you already have a novel or memoir manuscript and you’re ready to go ALL IN, you’re going to want to do Author Accelerator’s Manuscript Incubator. Registration is open for the intensive, 7-month coaching opportunity that offers one-on-one support and guidance for novelists and memoirists planning to have a submission-ready project by early 2023—and includes the opportunity to have that project reviewed by a group of agents and editors when it’s ready. For more information, head to authoraccelerator.com/manuscript-incubator. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit amwriting.substack.com/subscribe

KJ Live
KJ Live - DeAnthony Langston

KJ Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 72:05


On this episode KJ sits down with former professional basketball player DeAnthony Langston and chops it up about his work in the community, the REAL RUN, his career path after the ball stop bouncing and his role in feeding thousands of underserved residents in the Watts area of Los Angeles during the pandemic. #allballSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Off The Dome Podcast
Ep.30 ”Flirty Thirty'

The Off The Dome Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 116:58


Yerrr! In this week's episode of the Off The Dome Podcast, Lani and Yesus discuss the latest and greatest in the fitted and streetwear worlds. As per usual, the weekly segments such as Pickups, Sleeper Hats of the Week, "What's Your Fit???", and "Look into the Past" get covered. In Sneakers & Streetwear: There's an Air Jordan 12 x East Side Golf collab on the way Cactus Plant Flea Market and Nike are collabing on a Grinch looking Dunk Palace and Starter are collaborating on a capsule collection Blue Color of the month Air Force 1's are dropping on SNKRS on 8/11 for $150 In Fitteds and Pins: Panic Hat of the weekWe're already saving money for Rushmore 2 We didn't cover Sneakertown's 1952 World Series Yankee.  It comes in beef and broccoli colors and it's really clean Sleeper of week: Hat Club's Pink Bottom NFL collection  comes in as the  Blue Brim's Two-Tone Campfire Rangers  Pin of the Week: PinWhoreLoso has a Hellraiser inspired pin dropping soon Bi$Clothingbrand's “Dead Silence” pack of pins is FIRE!!! Crown legends SHOULDABEEN a green The Gucci x Adidas double brim hat comes in as the Worst of the Week There will be NO MyFitteds drop this upcoming Saturday   Green Icy's and the Black Sandstorm pack is coming this month courtesy of Hat Club AllTheRight is dropping a six pack of fitteds inspired by Virgil Abloh CappedWonder is dropping a pinned stripped pack with Topperz Pvtchwork's latest pin colorway is called “Everrose” Lids HD is dropping the Thermal Scan pack with twenty-three different teams on August 12th at 10AM HatClub's Flower Power Pack has been leaked by fittednotify and it's clean! KJ's Preorder of the Icy Bear 2.0 is officially CLOSED That Neapolitan fitted Blue Brim's showed is AMAZiNG Finally, Rob has been hustling backwards by not using his Hat Club points. We'll show him the way though.

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
KJ Live - DeAnthony Langston

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 72:05


On this episode KJ sits down with former professional basketball player DeAnthony Langston and chops it up about his work in the community, the REAL RUN, his career path after the ball stop bouncing and his role in feeding thousands of underserved residents in the Watts area of Los Angeles during the pandemic. #allballSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Kinda Nerdy Girls Podcast
The KJ TODAY Show With Special Guest: Bret Michaels and the Rock the Cat Box Pre-Party

The Kinda Nerdy Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 60:57


Could there be anymore people on this show? Heck yeah! We've got Bret Michaels and KJ playing name that Poison song!  After Bret it's the "Rock the Cat Box" pre-party where we play "Music or Meow Meow Trivia" with Rok Hollywood, American Bombshell, Silverbirds, and Savvy! Once this episode starts playing, you won't want to turn it off! 

Talking Pictures Trivia
118. Obi-wan Kenobi | Part 1

Talking Pictures Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 22:10


Join Nick, Tom, Chris and KJ as they explore movies through trivia. In this episode of the Talking Pictures Trivia podcast, they discuss Obi-wan Kenobi - Part 1 (2022), directed by Deborah Chow.https://talkingpicturestrivia.com/

No Pants Required with Jen Mann
Reese Witherspoon Bestie KJ Dell'Antonia

No Pants Required with Jen Mann

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:44


KJ Dell'Antonia is a New York Times bestselling author, podcaster extraordinaire, and former Motherlode editor! KJ joins Jen to talk about tax returns. No wait, that's a different podcast. On this episode KJ and Jen cover everything from living way too many miles away from cake to getting Reese Witherspoon's attention to that time KJ rejected Jen for the Motherlode column to setting boundaries with people via kick-ass emails.   Learn more about KJ and her brand new book IN HER BOOTS at kjdellatonia.com.  

The Drive
The Drive | Hour 2 | 08.08.22

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 42:25


Hour 2 of The Drive and the Big Story of the Day is starting CB Ronald Darby going down in practice. Tyler and DMac wonder how serious it is and how it could impact the Broncos if it's bigger than what most people know. The guys joke with Russ and the Broncos over his “Let's Ride” slogan. Also, Tyler takes everyone on a ride as to why this Cowboys game week will feel so different compared to other game weeks. At 3:30pm every day, the Water Cooler comes right at you with the 3 “hey did you hear about” stories of the day! KJ Hamler just became the Broncos funniest player with his interaction with Brandon Marshall on Saturday. The guys wonder did Brandon hit KJ with mind tricks! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WEEI at Night
Has Bill Belichick checked out as the head coach of the Patriots?

WEEI at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 43:53


KJ is in and he wants to know if Bill Belichick is completely committed to the New England Patriots for the next few years. Will the Patriots be able to make the playoffs this season or are they preparing for a down season?  

WEEI at Night
Chaim Bloom wasn't a buyer or seller during the trade deadline, so what is he doing!

WEEI at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 37:51


KJ is in and wants to know what Chaim Bloom is doing with this Red Sox team and if they have any chance of making a run. KJ is joined by Sean Levine to break down the bottle cap incident over the weekend and what the Red Sox are getting in Hosmer. KJ gives 3 NFL futures with some very large payouts. 

Dagsnytt 18
*Kjønnskvotering i næringslivet.* - Jeg elsker au pair-ordningen. *Maksrente på forbrukslån,

Dagsnytt 18

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 59:06


Kjønnskvotering i styrene i vanlige akjeseslakper. Det er forslaget fra næringsminsiteren som regjeringen vil vurdere. Hvordan skal det da gå med AS Norge, spør næringslivet selv. Au pair-ordningen skal bort... men: - Jeg elsker au pair-ordningen sier forfatter Sanna Sarromma som skal foresøke å overbevise Arbeiderpartiet. SV vil ha maksrente for forbrukslån - som i flere andre land. Det er det ikke behov for, svarer Finans Norge. Human-Etisk forbund mener NRK favoriserer livssyn når de skal begynne å sende gudfstjenseter hver uke ogsp på TV. NRK skal gjenspeile Norges religiøse arv... sier kanalsjefen. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio

Crypto Newbies
Episode 24 - An intro to storage blockchains

Crypto Newbies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 18:55


KJ has been learning about storage blockchains - here's what he's learnt so far! Please rate+review and then follow us on twitter - @NewbiesPod Check out the YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpzNPDT9EOdbW7KeYihGxiA

Inside The Ropes
Wrestling Roast #71 - Where Is MJF?

Inside The Ropes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:57


KJ & Oly are back to Roast Triple H's first week in creative, Karrion Kross's impactul return, the direction of AEW AND it's the return of #OooohPotluck . Enjoy!  If you enjoy the Wrestling Roast and want more of KJ & Oly, check out ITR Patreon with over 100 episodes of behind-the-paywall banter as the lads take a trip back to the late 90s in the Pod Of Thunder.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/insidetheropesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Supernatural Opinions
S02E18 "Hollywood Babylon"

Supernatural Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 39:43


KJ, Meredith, Jenn, and Moira are breaking the fourth wall in this one to talk about Blazing Saddles and make babytalk at Dean Winchester being a somewhat normal and productive member of society. Meredith makes things about Phantom of the Opera in her mythology segment, and Jenn and KJ slander Matt Damon.CW Episode Description: Sam and Dean make a trip to Hollywood to investigate the death of one of the actors on a horror film set after rumors begin that he was killed by a ghost. They discover the death was a publicity hoax but when the executive producer and a studio executive are killed, Sam and Dean realize they are dealing with a haunted set. Gary Cole guest stars as Brad Redding, one of the stars of the horror film.Linktree including sign up sheet to be on the podcast and our Discord server: https://linktr.ee/SupernaturalOpinionsPodcastGuest social medias:Meredith (tiktok, instagram and Tumblr): shaedsofdeianeiraJenn: rupertgayes on all platforms!Moira: moira_friske on all things

HitThatLine.com Audio
Halftime Pod Presented By Eastside Liquor- August 8, 2022

HitThatLine.com Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 123:32


Halftime Moves to 11-2! Sounds from Pittman, Loggains, KJ, Knox, and More! HOT Cards Sweep Yanks and much more Guests- Clay Henry & Connor O'Gara

Too Much Dip
Doing Bits With The Coaches Poll

Too Much Dip

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:44


Apologies for the audio issues, folks. We had fun today kicking around the coaches poll, Cale Gundy out at OU, Sir Nick says goodbye, and KJ's life hacks. Support Our Sponsors: Vizzy Hard Seltzer- All summer long, you can grab a can of Vizzy Hard Seltzer and visit vizzyhardseltzer.com/WASHED to enter your info for a chance to instantly win a $20 prepaid card that can be used towards Vizzy when you pass on the vibez to your friends. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Ends 8/15/22. 50 US and DC, 21+ only. Void where prohibited. For rules visit vizzyhardseltzer.com/passthevibes. Scanning product is optional.

IKE Packers Podcast
Packers Defense Making Statements, Green Bay's Receivers Rounding Into Form (Family Night, Injury Report, Aaron Rodgers Talk, Jordan Love Start, and New Contracts for Matt LaFleur and Brian Gutekunst)

IKE Packers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:24


First reaction and the Packers defense looks like the real deal. On the offensive side of the ball, Romeo Doubs is still making WOW plays. Jordan is set to make the start in the first pre-season game for Green Bay and more. Alex and KJ have a lot to talk about. Welcome back to the IKE Packers Podcast! Number 1 way to help the show is by telling another Packers fan. Other ways to contribute are by leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and subscribing wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us on Instagram: @WelcomeToIKE Follow us on Twitter: @IKE_Packers Need new music? Stream "Overseas" from IKE Music on Spotify. Like hanging out with us here? Check out some of our other podcasts. ikepodcastnetwork.com is your one stop shop for the top rated shows.

Bigfoot Terror in the Woods Sightings and Encounters
Bigfoot TIW 160: Don't take my deer gents...Sasquatch threatens campers

Bigfoot Terror in the Woods Sightings and Encounters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 53:41 Very Popular


In today's episode WJ and KJ, get back together to deliver another A1-Certified Podcast. KJ covers the legend of the Kracken and some of the early sightings in Norway. . Bill covers an account from a pair of campers that have a terrifying night when they interrupt a hunt of a gigantic Sasquatch. And some great listener mail. Please join us! Thank you for listening! www.bigfootterrorinthewoods.com Produced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."

Gun Talk
Hunting With KJ: Youth Perspective | Gun Talk Hunt

Gun Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 32:50 Very Popular


What's it like to hunt with KJ? Gun Talk Hunt's Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin is joined by his son, Jett, to discuss what he's learned about being a hunter, what he loves about the sport and much more. This Gun Talk Hunt is brought to you by Silencer Central and SIG SAUER. Copyright ©2022 Freefire Media, LLC Gun Talk Hunt 08.07.22

Kuldrin's Krypt A BDSM 101 Podcast
HPV Genital Warts Vs Skin Tags-S04E20

Kuldrin's Krypt A BDSM 101 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 44:39


Recorded: 1/23/2022 / Published: //2022- Visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com.- In this week's episode of The Krypt we are taking a deep dive into HPV and genital warts, and the comparing them to skin tags.- Rules to Love By: ( https://inclusionwoodworks.com )1: Safe, sane, consensual, and informed2: KNKI: Knowledge, No Intolerance, Kindness, Integrity3: “Submission is not about authority and it's not about obedience; it is all about relationships of love and respect.” -Wm. Paul Young- “HPV/Genital Warts Vs Skin Tags-S04E20”STD Center New Yorkhttps://stdcenterny.com/articles/genital-warts-versus-skin-tags.htmlThis article should help people who aren't doctors differentiate between skin tags and HPV (which is often called “genital warts”) and establish the right diagnosis.It's important to distinguish these two conditions because one of them—genital warts—is infectious, meaning it can be passed from one person to another. Skin tags are not infectious; their formation is induced by other factors, as discussed below.Please keep in mind that neither condition is life-threatening or even dangerous.Both skin tags and genital warts are common conditions affecting the genitals of people of all ages and both genders. They can be easily confused because they're similar in appearance.When establishing the diagnosis and differentiating between those two conditions, a few things need to be considered in combination:Visual examination of the skin is 90% of the diagnosis.Context information is 10% of the diagnosis (mainly, it confirms the diagnosis made based on visual examination). The context includes the history of the bump (how it's changing over time and how fast it is growing), the patient's age, the location of the skin lesion, the prevalence of each condition in the geographic area, and the patient's genetic predisposition.Let's talk about each of these things in more detail! Full shownotes found at https://kuldrinskrypt.com/420 Important Links:Full show notes: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/420National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255https://kuldrinskrypt.com/silentcommunication https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/survey https://kuldrinskrypt.com/TeePublic Show Producers:Become a show producer: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/Patreon Make a one-time donation: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/PayPal Snail mail a donation or gift:Kuldrin Entertainment, LLC257 N. Calderwood Rd. #168Alcoa, TN 37701- Benefactor ($2,000/month): - Pro Producer ($100/month): Buffalo_Max92- Master Producer ($50/month): - Executive Producer ($25/month) ShadowyFox, JunicornsAngel, Johnny Ferrell, Haru Webb, Rei Webb, Anomalous Mats, Just_Call_Me_Ash, and Frozen Moron- Sr. Producers ($10/month): Trouble113, RoxieBear, ThatPlace: Oklahoma City, Alexandria, babylove&T-Rex, SortOutTheKinks, Master Gabriel, Knot_the_Daddy, Atsila, Daddy Steve, Sir Pent, KJ, AuthorMistressBlackrose, UpstateScCouple, Crystal Force, Cali, PerfectlyThick, Odie & Ceci, Cap'n J, Saviy, AK-47, Mr. Byond, and CurtainCall, RodderBaily, SubmissiveKay, and TrinityFae- Producers ($5/month): Kainsin, Hadea, Sir&Kitten, Raven, MBRpoodle, LylacWine, Baddogbad, Arctic Foxglove, Katnipmeow, WyldThyme&Deacon Sean, CheeryQuery, Ropestuff2, Rabbit, BurningRedHot, Sir Wolf ArchAngel, Subx13, CourtsDom, Gator, Gizmo, JJ, Jon Shaw, TheCheshyre, Ben, TinkerBratTN, Brittany, Sekhmets_Shadow, Beatrix Kiddo, Solstice, FetishArtist, SirBNice, Kitten399, Katiee, and FetishArtist- Jr. Producers ($1/month): K-2SO, Jeremiah, Morgana13, Brodie, The Gabbing Girl Time Podcast, Lexa, and AshleyVendors I know, like, trust, and use: (None of these are paid sponsors of the podcast.)- http://bdsmcontracts.org Coupon code: kuldrin20 for a 20% discount on all purchases.- http://whippingstripes.com - My personal maker of most things leather and paracord impact toys.- https://www.etsy.com/shop/TorridTimber - Fine fetish furniture and accessories- https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheCraftyHedonist - Tink's Toys Fb Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2350280868612699 Fetlife Profile: https://fetlife.com/users/9885653?sp=3 *coupon for listeners (first purchase only) TinksToys13- Dark Delights Shops: https://darkdelightsshop.com/ (Watch my product review of them: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/DarkDelightsShop)Contact info:Email: MasterKuldrin@gmail.comFetlife Group: https://fetlife.com/groups/159275Twitter: @MasterKuldrin https://twitter.com/MasterKuldrinPatreon: kuldrinskrypt https://www.patreon.com/KuldrinsKrypt

Weekend Shows
KJ & Dondero- Should Tom Brady be suspended for his participation in the Dolphins tampering?

Weekend Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 41:30


Hour 2- Tom Brady and the Dolphins were talking in 2019 and there was a punishment handed down but KJ doesn't think it was enough. Mark thinks that if you are mad at Parcells for how things ended here then you should be mad at Tom Brady for how it ended here.

Cliff and Puck
8-5 H2: KJ Wright, Audio Messages, Tweet of the Day

Cliff and Puck

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 44:44


KJ Wright joins Puck and Jim to talk about his career, his relationship with his Dad and what's next for KJ. Audio Messages and Tweet of the Day.

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 165 Part 2: Making a Name for Art Jewelry in Denmark

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 23:29


What you'll learn in this episode: Why art jewelry is a way to reflect current times How Annette is trying to create an art jewelry gallery in Copenhagen Why people often don't understand art jewelry, even in cultures with a tradition of goldsmithing, art and design Why Americans are more willing to wear large statement pieces About Annette Dam Annette Dam is educated from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in Norway in 1999 and has since worked conceptually and exhibition-oriented. Annette Dam's works have been exhibited at exhibitions in Denmark as well as internationally. In 2015 she was selected for the World Craft Council's European Prize for Applied Arts in Belgium. Annette Dam received the prestigious Skt. Loye award from the Kjøbenhavns Guldsmedelaug. Additional Resources: Website Instagram Klimt02 Photos available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: For Danish artist-jeweler Annette Dam, the appeal of art jewelry lies in the challenge of making it. How do you turn an idea or feeling into a wearable piece of art? That's the question she asks before starting any piece. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about her upcoming exhibitions and projects; how people from different cultures approach art jewelry; and why she wants to help the Danish art jewelry scene thrive. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please go to TheJewelryJourney.com. Today my guest is artist-jeweler Annette Dam, speaking to us from Denmark. Welcome back.    You used the word concrete, which is exactly the word I used when I was making notes. I thought, “Oh my god, that's a real challenge.” You say that what you're doing is a little bit like a riddle. You're trying to make something concrete that you're visualizing in your mind, but you want to make it real. That must be very difficult.   Annette: It is sometimes, but for me it's also where a lot of my drive is. It's where I get challenged. I get very frustrated and say, “I don't know. How do I do this?” but that is what I think is exciting. I must like it even though I get so frustrated. I think it's very hard sometimes.   For instance, I had an exhibition a while ago called “When Complexity Moved In.” It was about getting older. When you get older and more experienced and more knowledgeable, you're able to see things from many different perspectives. You can see other peoples' reactions and you can see their points. You may not agree, but you can still see their view, and it's not black and white anymore. A lot of friends who are the same age as me have the same feeling. Life doesn't get easier. Even though you may know a lot more, you get more experienced, it seems like it's getting even more complex. All the grey, all the nuances, you get aware of them. How do I translate that feeling into jewelry? That is a real challenge.   Sharon: Yes, it sounds like it. It sounds like a brain twister.   Annette: Yes, it is, but that's where a lot of my energy comes from, this riddle that I have to solve to get it into a material. I make jewelry that, at least in my opinion, is somewhat wearable. Some might disagree. So, there's also a functional side to it, and I want it all to work together. Then you have a lot of ideas, and it's also about subtracting so it doesn't get confusing. That's a lot of elements in that creative process, but that's the one that drives me.   Sharon: That's interesting. I could see how you have to streamline things and say, “O.K., I have a lot of ideas, but they can't all go into this one piece.”   Annette: No.   Sharon: I was intrigued by your—I'm looking for the name of it, the silversmithing program.   Annette: Yeah.   Sharon: Tell us about that.   Annette: I can say that whenever I start a new project, I always want to learn something new, not only in terms of investigating an issue, but also technical skills when I want to investigate a material. I want to challenge myself a little bit in that department as well. There's always a part of me trying out new thinking, being a beginner at something within the project.    In this case, it has a title called “Trespassing.” It's about gender. It's about the balance between femininity and masculinity and power structures and stuff like that. It's things we talk about these days. It's also a way for me to educate myself within this area. I have two children, two daughters that are 18 and 20. They live in this, but I have to more actively educate myself in these gender themes. It's very interesting.    I started out doing these neckpieces that are a balance between a necktie and a traditional pearl necklace. It's a long process where I also have to deselect something to make it clearer. Where is the balance? How long should the tie be compared to the necklace before it's a necklace and not a tie? What does it really say? Does it say what I want it to say? That was a small beginning of it, but I had the chance to go to this very experienced, very good silversmith Carsten From Andersen. It was also something I got a grant for through the Danish Arts Foundation. I hadn't done a lot of silversmithing, and that's a hard technique. I had a little bit of teaching of it in school in Norway, but it has to be in your body in a way to actually do it. So, he's teaching me. I'm starting out doing these—are they called puff sleeves? Like the one Sleeping Beauty was wearing. It's clothes and a shoulder piece.   Sharon: In silver?   Annette: It's in silver, yeah. I'm a big silver fan. It also has references to and elements of the parade uniforms the military wears. It's morphing into a different plane with the balance between something innocent and very feminine and something very powerful and demonstrating military power. How can I make an interesting balance between that? I'm also making—what is it called? Like a jock strap.   Sharon: Yeah, a jock strap.   Annette: Combining that with a garter belt. It's a way for me to explore. So, I'm doing this project and learning this new technique. Part of the project will be shown at a small gallery Portabel, owned by Camilla Luin, in Norway in September. The first step in that project will be shown there and then we'll see where it goes.    Sharon: How long is this silversmithing program?   Annette: It's just him and I deciding. When I think I've done enough and when I'm finished with what we talked about. We're still not there, but it's really interesting.   Sharon: It sounds like it.   Annette: He's a great guy and he's so good at it. I'm so impressed.   Sharon: I can give you a lot of credit for wanting to embark on something like that. I like it when people explain things to me, when someone takes me on a tour of an art gallery and I say, “Oh yeah, now I see it, O.K.” I saw your neckpiece with the pearls and the tie. I saw it online, and now that you've explained it, I go, “Oh yeah, I get it. That's really interesting.”   Annette: Yeah, it combined those very traditional, classical, masculine, feminine accessories, and then combining them and seeing how it works out.   Sharon: That's really interesting. You say you like to exhibit things. Why is that? Why are exhibitions important to you?   Annette: I don't know. I think the pieces that I do, they relate to a topic, and it feels like I have this conversation doing it. I have conversations with myself, maybe with colleagues, family. But then to see it through someone else's eyes when the audience comes, those discussions are really valuable to me. I gain a lot from them, so I like to exhibit. I like to make bigger pieces. I know they are not production work, where I will not sell 10 of them, or thousands of them, but I still like to do them. I like to have this conversation between myself and the audience and the gallerist and whoever is there. It's very giving for me.    Sharon: You mentioned the question marks in people not exactly understanding when you say artist-jeweler. Did they understand it more in Norway or is it just in general?   Annette: A little bit more, actually. Yeah, they do. They have an art tradition. It's a recent culture for doing craft in general. In my opinion, it's more valued there. They appreciate it more. It was a good place to study. They didn't question me as much.    Sharon: They didn't say, “What are you talking about?”   Annette: I get questioned a lot in Denmark, but not necessarily other places.   Sharon: Interesting.   Annette: Isn't it?   Sharon: Yes. I know that at one point you lived in the States, in California, I think. Did you do your crafts—   Annette: No, my husband is from California. I have never lived there.    Sharon: O.K. I was wondering if you were doing art jewelry. Have you tried exhibiting here?   Annette: No, I'm represented by Charon Kransen, among others.   Sharon: By whom? Oh, Charon Kransen.   Annette: I've been traveling a lot doing exhibitions in the States, but I never worked there or lived there. I find that the American audience, they are braver in a way. They appreciate some of my bigger works that I would never sell in Denmark. As you know, there are a lot of collectors in the U.S. We don't have collectors in Denmark yet. We're working on it, but they're just braver in wearing extravagant jewelry in the US. They don't mind having those conversations. I think if they wear a big piece that has a lot to say, they know they're going to be questioned and they will have a conversation. I don't know if the Danes don't really want that, but the Americans, they don't mind it. They like it, right?   Sharon: That's interesting, because I know the pieces you have online, and from what I've seen, I don't consider your pieces really big. They're not small, but they're not huge. It's not like wearing a pectoral.    Annette: I totally agree. My jewelry is not that out there. They're not that weird, but that's a way to come for Danish wares.   Sharon: Do you see the market growing there for art jewelry?   Annette: No.   Sharon: No?   Annette: No, but I see it growing in other places, in other countries.   Sharon: In Scandinavia?   Annette: Throughout the world in general it's growing. I'm very pleased, but not in Denmark.   Sharon: Interesting. I'm surprised to hear that.   Annette We have a long tradition of making jewelry, so it concerns that we don't have an education for art jewelery at a higher level anymore. If you want to be educated within art jewelry, you have to go abroad nowadays.    Sharon: What happened to the school?   Annette: It got closed down. They kind of made a school at this art academy, but they exchanged it for accessories, and that's not art jewelry. They kind of diminished that specific field within the accessory thing.   Sharon: It seems like there's a market in Canada. You're working on a project, the Nordic Bridges, in your exhibit in Toronto. Tell us about that.   Annette: Yeah, I was very pleased to get invited to this exhibition called Animal, Vegetable, Mineral. I was invited by Melanie Egan. She's a curator at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. In the year 2022, there's this project called the Nordic Bridges, which is a collaboration between the Nordic countries and Canada. The Harbourfront Centre is leading this project. There are exhibitions, venues with literature, film, dance, performance, gastronomy as well, all taking place at different places in Canada. It's a huge project. This is a part of it, this jewelry exhibition where there's one artist from each of the Nordic countries and I think six from Canada. I like the title.    Sharon: What does it mean?   Annette: It's a guessing game. I don't know. Do you have it in the U.S., a guessing game where the first question, at least in Canada, is animal, vegetable or mineral? In Denmark, it would be—how do I translate it? Is it living in the water, on earth or is it flying? You have to guess an animal in Denmark, but in Canada, I guess it's a little bit different. But this is the game, and that's the ...

#AmWriting
What's the Structure of Your Narrative? Blueprint for a Book Step 6

#AmWriting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 48:48


The structure of a book is only inevitable in hindsight. Non-writers don’t usually notice structure unless it leaps out at them—reverse chronology, say, or an epistolary narrative. But structural choices loom huge for non-fiction writers and are no less important for memoir and fiction (although straight chronological is the white-shirt-and-blue-jeans of structure—relatable, easy to execute and nearly always appropriate). Will there be alternating timelines or POVs? A prologue? Who’s telling this story, and why, and how? When does it start and when does it end?If you’ve done the exercises up until now, you know why you’re writing and who you’re writing for. You’ve thought about the market–where your readers are and what they want. You’ve drafted some back of the book copy in the hopes of reaching those readers–and to remind yourself of the promise you’re making to them. And you’ve thought about the change that propels readers through a book, which is a sneaky way into thinking about theme. This is where we get ready to start the actual writing of your story.This is the sixth episode in the 10-part Blueprint for a Book Series. Start with Step 1, do the work (we’ll give you an assignment every week), and in 10 weeks, you’ll have a solid foundation for a first draft or revision of your project that will help you push through to “the end”. Find details on the challenge HERE.YOUR ASSIGNMENTAnswer the following questions:For fiction and narrative memoir: Where is the narrator standing in time?What period of time does the book cover?Where does the book start and end?Does the reader know things the protagonist does not, and if so, how? (This is a good chance to check to make sure that your POV serves your story.)For nonfiction and memoir/self-help:Choose a structural prototype from this worksheet. Download HEREAnswer the questions for that prototype.(Note: We suggest you download a Blueprint answer workbook to keep track of your 10 assignments. That will make it easier to revise, review and come back to your work. Click to grab yours for fiction or nonfiction. If you are writing narrative memoir (a story), use the fiction workbook and assignments. If you are writing self-help/memoir, use the nonfiction workbook and assignments. Prefer paper? Tape the assignment into your journal and make a nice big heading so you know: This is Step 6. This is the page (or pages) on structure.)LINKSWild, Cheryl StrayedThe Great Believers, Rebecca MakkaiIn the Dream House, Carmen Maria MachadoThe Part that Burns, Jeannine OuelletteThe Art of the Book Proposal, Eric MaiselEat Pray Love, Elizabeth GilbertThe Artist’s Way, Julia CameronCooked, Michael PollanTribe of Mentors, Timothy FerrissMaybe You Should Talk to Someone, Lori GottliebMoms Don’t Have Time To , Zibby OwensA Three Dog Life, Abigail ThomasBird By Bird, Anne LamottQuiet, Susan CainThe People We Meet on Vacation, Emily HenryBlueprint for a Book (Fiction and Memoir)Blueprint for a Nonfiction BookTODAY’S COACHESSuzette Mullen is an Author Accelerator Certified Book Coach who helps nonfiction writers write books that bring light and hope to the world. Suzette has a particular interest in building community for LGBTQ+ memoir writers. You can find out more about Suzette, her writing, and her book coaching services at yourstoryfinder.com.For more from KJ, subscribe to her newsletter: Read. Eat. Listen. Or grab one of her novels, In Her Boots and The Chicken Sisters, wherever books are sold. Wondering about KJ as a book coach? Her current offerings are HERE. For more from Jennie, subscribe to her weekly newsletter. Or grab one of her Blueprint books, wherever books are sold. You can learn about getting matched with an Author Accelerator book coach or becoming a book coach at authoraccelerator.comThis summer is all about starting a project, but if you already have a novel or memoir manuscript and you’re ready to go ALL IN, you’re going to want to do Author Accelerator’s Manuscript Incubator. Registration is open for the intensive, 7-month coaching opportunity that offers one-on-one support and guidance for novelists and memoirists planning to have a submission-ready project by early 2023—and includes the opportunity to have that project reviewed by a group of agents and editors when it’s ready. For more information, head to authoraccelerator.com/manuscript-incubator. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit amwriting.substack.com/subscribe

HitThatLine.com Audio
Bud Light Next Morning Rush Podcast: Will you hate OU or Texas more when they join the SEC?

HitThatLine.com Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 77:52


Tye, Tommy and Chuck on TX/OU, KJ and Malik's relationship plus #NationalUnderwearDay Blue Chew PROMO CODE: bit.ly/3xVa2tA

The Kinda Nerdy Girls Podcast
The KJ TODAY Show: Special Guest: Jim O'Heir

The Kinda Nerdy Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 60:44


Jim O'Heir from "Parks and Rec" joins the show tonight and we ask him the hardest questions. Who is his favorite Chris? We also have Josh Chitwood from the Circle City Ghostbusters joining and talking about all the fun things the Ghostbusters will be doing at the fair. Kitsie Duncan from "Paranormal Crossroads" talks with KJ about their investigation at the Indiana State Fair coming up THIS WEEKEND! It's a jam packed show, but the laughs are too good to miss! 

JUST GRIZZLIES with Kelcey Wright Johnson
Episode 61: Talk yo' talk with Elliot Perry

JUST GRIZZLIES with Kelcey Wright Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:55


On this week's episode of Just Grizzlies, KJ is joined by Memphis legend Elliot Perry as they sit back and reflect on last season for the Grizzlies. Elliot breaks down why this team is special to the city, as well as the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to putting a city on the team's back. He discusses his relationship with Charles Barkley, his time in the league, how he continues to better his community and tons more.

Collider Conversations
Pre-Party: Meet Paper Girls Star Sofia Rosinsky

Collider Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 24:58


Sofia Rosinsky delivers a true one-of-a-kind performance as Mac Coyle in the Prime Video adaptation of Paper Girls.Mac is the very first paperboy in Stony Stream who's not, well, a boy. Now there's also Camryn Jones' Tiff, Fina Strazza's KJ, and the newest papergirl, Riley Lai Nelet's Erin. Their paths collide in the wee hours of the morning on November 1, 1988, aka Hell Day. The hours after Halloween can get quite rowdy, but Mac, Tiff, KJ, and Erin have a rather unusual experience after encountering some bullies. After the incident, they wind up time traveling to 2019.Paper Girls features A+ casting across the board, but Rosinsky's performance, in particular, feels so incredibly specific to her skillset and her interpretation of the character that it's impossible to imagine anyone else bringing Mac to life with such personality and color. It's quite the achievement for an actor who's just 16 years old, and it's something that signifies that whatever that “special something” is, Rosinsky has it.Hear all about how Rosinsky's inspired by Alec Guinness, how her version of Mac evolved from audition to finished show, what she appreciated most about working with Strazza, Jones, and Nelet, her hopes for Mac in Season 2, and so much more on this edition of Collider Ladies Night Pre-Party! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fringe Radio Network
A Group of Folks Go on a Trip in the Swamps of Louisiana... - Bigfoot Terror In The Woods

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 49:33


In today's episode KJ covers the legend of SkinWalkers and dives into the last few episodes of the TV show Skinwalker Ranch, and it makes for some lively conversation. Bill covers an account from a group of folks go on a trip in the swamps of Louisiana and run into the Honey Island Swamp Monster. And some great listener mail. Please join us! Thank you for listening! www.bigfootterrorinthewoods.com Produced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."

Chuck & Winkler
KJ calls in and says.....

Chuck & Winkler

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 0:35


KJ called in and had the following statement about the Brewers and the NL Central

Highly Suspect Reviews
Screener Squad: Paper Girls

Highly Suspect Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:54


PAPER GIRLS SERIES REVIEW Brian K. Vaughan & Cliff Chiang's graphic novel hit, Paper Girls, has finally been adapted into a new Amazon TV series! The story follows Tiff, Mac, KJ, and the ‘New Girl' Erin as they start their paper route the day after Halloween in 1988. As they're hassled by local drunk high… Read More »Screener Squad: Paper Girls

Talking Pictures Trivia
117. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Talking Pictures Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 66:16


Join Nick, Tom, Chris and KJ as they explore movies through trivia. In this episode of the Talking Pictures Trivia podcast, they discuss The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003), directed by Peter Jackson.https://talkingpicturestrivia.com/

Burning Man LIVE
Pro Tips for Black Rock City

Burning Man LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 69:50


Listen in as longtime Burners talk about the aspects of thriving in Black Rock City: mental, physical, material, and relational.Andie, kbot, Molly, Stuart and Vav explore:· socks secrets· FOMO variants· saying yes and saying no· giving and accepting help· No Friends Monday· and all else!Featuring cameos from other longtime Burners: Anjelika, Chef Juke, Crimson Rose, DA, Dave X, Halcyon, KJ, and Lulu Lurine.They discuss doing it all, doing it right, and doing it wrong as access to being real. Don't just pack. Prepare. Here's how to have BRC be overwhelming in a good way.Black Rock City 2022(Remember) How to Burning ManJohn Craigie

One of Us
Screener Squad: Paper Girls

One of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:54


PAPER GIRLS SERIES REVIEW Brian K. Vaughan & Cliff Chiang's graphic novel hit, Paper Girls, has finally been adapted into a new Amazon TV series! The story follows Tiff, Mac, KJ, and the ‘New Girl' Erin as they start their paper route the day after Halloween in 1988. As they're hassled by local drunk high… Read More »Screener Squad: Paper Girls

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 165 Part 1: Making a Name for Art Jewelry in Denmark

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:58


What you'll learn in this episode: Why art jewelry is a way to reflect current times How Annette is trying to create an art jewelry gallery in Copenhagen Why people often don't understand art jewelry, even in cultures with a tradition of goldsmithing, art and design Why Americans are more willing to wear large statement pieces About Annette Dam Annette Dam is educated from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in Norway in 1999 and has since worked conceptually and exhibition-oriented. Annette Dam's works have been exhibited at exhibitions in Denmark as well as internationally. In 2015 she was selected for the World Craft Council's European Prize for Applied Arts in Belgium. Annette Dam received the prestigious Skt. Loye award from the Kjøbenhavns Guldsmedelaug. Additional Resources: Website Instagram Klimt02 Photos available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: For Danish artist-jeweler Annette Dam, the appeal of art jewelry lies in the challenge of making it. How do you turn an idea or feeling into a wearable piece of art? That's the question she asks before starting any piece. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about her upcoming exhibitions and projects; how people from different cultures approach art jewelry; and why she wants to help the Danish art jewelry scene thrive. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week.    Today my guest is artist-jeweler Annette Dam, speaking to us from Denmark. Annette's work is very intriguing. It's straightforward, but she also injects humor. When you look at her work, you say, “Oh, my god, it's so true what she's saying. It's so true, but it's also very funny. Why didn't I think of that?” Her work has been exhibited in museums and at shows around the world. She always has several projects going at once, which we'll hear about today. Annette, welcome to the program.   Annette: Thank you, Sharon. It's nice to be here.   Sharon: So glad to have you. Tell us about your jewelry journey. How is it that you got into art jewelry?   Annette: That was kind of coincidental, actually. I always drew a lot when I was a kid. I always did lots of arts and crafts. I come from a family of do-it-yourself types and creatives, but not in an artistic way. So, I'm used to drawing and stuff. I remember when people asked me, “What do you want to do when you grow up?” I said, “I want to be an architect.” I kind of wanted to be that. There was also, I must admit, something about giving them an answer that they would accept and leave me alone. Then I got into this after gymnasium—   Sharon: High school.   Annette: Yes, high school, but in Denmark, it's like the last part of your high school and the first of college. Anyway, I came to this school. It was kind of a boarding school. You do it often on your sabbatical, but it's a very big thing in Denmark to go to these schools. They can be creative. They can be about athletics. They can be about politics. They can be about a lot of things. I went to, of course, an artistic one.    I was dreaming about coming into this class with glass blowers, but it was filled up, so I heard, “Well, maybe you should try jewelry,” and I said, “O.K.” It just opened to me because I had the image of jewelry as being precious materials, nice and fine, wearable, functional. Wedding rings and stuff like that. But that school opened up to me that jewelry could be so much more. This was in Denmark. After that, I wanted to search if there was a way for me to do jewelry. In Denmark, you could do goldsmithing. They had something called the Institute of Precious Metals, but it was an add-on if you were already a goldsmith, which I wasn't and I didn't want to become one. In my head, you would spend the first couple of years doing repairs, making coffee, and I wasn't into that.    I had already been to Norway working at this ski resort. I went back, heard about this school in Norway, and met a girl who had gone there as an architect. She explained it and I said, “This sounds amazing, just what I want,” and she said, “Well, it's very hard to get in. You'll probably not make it.” I have a stubborn side to me, so at the moment she said that, I definitely wanted to try. After a long application process, I got in. I had five years at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. It's a wonderful school. I can highly recommend it today.    I spent five years there exploring materials, concepts. The school is built on letting you a course of a lot of skills, technical stuff of course, but you always have to do something artistic with it. Even though you're learning a technique, it has to be more than that. I thought that was great, that I could express myself through jewelry, an art form I really enjoyed doing. Altogether, I spent 11 years in Norway. It wasn't planned, and my mother was saying, “When are you coming home?”    Eventually I had kids and I went back to Denmark. In Denmark, it's very common to stop at these—what do they call it?—joint workshops, where there are a lot of people sharing not only the space, but also the machines and the tools. As a startup jewelry artist, those machines are very expensive. For me, getting into this joint workshop, where we were 10 people at the time, was really good because I'm not from Copenhagen. I moved back to Copenhagen from Norway. I'm not from there, so I didn't have a lot of network there, but I got that through this workshop. There were a lot of wonderful people there. I wasn't limited by not having all the big machines because they were already there. I stayed in that workshop for quite a lot of years. I made a lot of good friends. I stuck to doing exhibition work. I wanted to do bigger projects and exhibition work, and then I would teach on the side, do odd jobs. I was able to do these crazy things that I wanted to do, and that worked out quite fine, I think. I've been doing that ever since, actually.   There at one of the workshops I met a now very, very good friend and colleague. We made this project called Art Jewelry Copenhagen. That's a platform where we make group exhibitions and workshops and seminars. We've been traveling a lot under this platform, Art Jewelry Copenhagen. When people asked me at the time, as a young chick, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” and I had answered, “An art jeweler,” I don't know if I would have gotten off that easily as when I replied, “I want to be an architect.”    Sharon: Art jewelry means so many different things. It's so hard to define. You're described as an artist-jeweler. Then there are people who say they're jewelry artists. How do you define art jewelry?   Annette: To me, art jewelry is a method to reflect current times. It's a way of having a discussion with myself and then doing these pieces that comment on it, as all contemporary arts comment on the present day. That can be either through form, material, aesthetics, or it could be making a statement or commenting on the political or environmental landscape we have nowadays. For me, it's this method of digging into things, having this discussion about how to look at it, a way through a process, investigating themes, materials that I didn't know before, and then putting it on my own body.    Sharon: Art Jewelry Copenhagen, it seems like it's been very well received. You went to Asia. You've been all over the world.   Annette: Yeah, the last exhibition we had was at ATTA Gallery in Bangkok. Unfortunately, just at the time it was looking up with Covid, we thought we were going there. We bought the tickets, and then suddenly Thailand made some restrictions so we couldn't go anyway. That was really sad, but we made this exhibition at ATTA Gallery where Marie-Louise Kristensen and I had invited seven other artists from Denmark making these—we call the exhibition COPENHAGEN ReARRANGED. It was basically about inspiring each other. As artists, we stand on the shoulders of many artists and designers before us, but we also get inspired to help each other. We all exchanged elements. I had very typical elements from what I'm doing, and I gave them to someone else in the group, and I received something from another person that I had to implement in a new piece. Denmark also has a long tradition of working together and the notion that you can do more together than alone. We have a lot of unions; we have a lot of them from old times, and these, I don't know, communities—   Sharon: Like guilds?   Annette: Guilds, but also for housing. There are a lot of groups that join forces, and then you can do something as a group that you could never do alone. We have a long tradition of doing that. That school I mentioned before is also a part of that culture where you join forces. So, in this exhibition, we joined forces with other colleagues that we enjoy working with and made this exhibition. The artists had their own work, and then you could very easily see which was a collaborative work and which was not. It worked out, but we would have loved to go and list it at a gallery again.    Sharon: Will you be able to do that now?   Annette: Yes, now we can do it, but the exhibition is over. We'll go another time. Actually, COPENHAGEN ReARRANGRD has been a gift to me. I'm also doing things with my friend and colleague. Marie-Louise Kristensen has made me do something I wouldn't have done alone.   Sharon: That's Marie-Louise Kristensen.   Annette: Yes.   Sharon: Another art jeweler who's very creative, also.    Annette: Yes.   Sharon: I'm jumping around here, but you mentioned the collaboration. You're starting to put something together that you call Spacious Copenhagen.   Annette: Yes.   Sharon: Tell us about that.   Annette: Yes. Marie-Louise Kristensen won't be in that project because she would prefer to stay free in a way. I think I'm at the point in my career and life where I'm ready to establish something that binds me a little bit more in Copenhagen, and I would love to create this space that I'm missing myself in Copenhagen. I'm trying to create this platform and artist space gallery called Spacious Copenhagen. I have plans for three exhibitions next year. I'm starting out. That's a lot of work before—Aleah – Is something missing here? Do I need to fill it out?)   Sharon: Yeah, I'm sure.   Annette: —if it's a bigger group exhibition. I have these three ideas that I'm going to carry out, and in the meantime I'll see if I can also find a permanent space in the inner city of Copenhagen ideally. I need to have funding and financial ballast to do that, but I'm starting out. I'm doing the platform and the website at the moment, so small steps, but I want to have this place where I can do whatever I want. I don't have to apply for someone else's space, and I can also invite internationally whomever I want. Ideally, I would also like to create something like an artist in residence over time. A lot of ideas, but I have to take small steps because I'm just me. And I´m not a full-time gallerist but an artist that aims to make an exhibition platform and doing my own work as well. (05_Annette Dam)   We don´t have many galleries showing art jewellery or museums with jewellery collections – the Danish Design Museum has some pieces in their general arts and craft collection, but not really a considerable collection representing the field. What we DO have though, is the Danish Arts foundation´s `jewelry box´ which consists of works they bought over, I think, the last 40 years, and those pieces of jewelry one can actually borrow and wear, if you in some ways are attending an official event or celebration. The Danish Jewelry Box is a very special and democratic arrangement that you could probably do another podcast about – in that case I suggest that you talk with Anni Nørskov Mørch, who have an interesting jewelry journey of her own. (02_Annette Dam)     Sharon: What do Danish people say when you say you're an artist-jeweler? Do they understand what you're talking about? Because, you're right, Denmark has a long history of this sort of thing.   Annette: Yeah, but we have a long history within goldsmithing, art and design. When I say I'm an art jeweler, they have two question marks in their eyes and they say, “Hm, combining art and jewelry, what is that? Is it still functional or are we offering something for an art department?” I have to explain what I'm doing in more detail before they actually know what I'm doing. We do have a long design history, and that's very good. I really have a tradition to draw on and to reference. I use that in my pieces, but at the same time, it's not as big a gift as some might think—not to me at least—because you're also bound to it in a way. It's hard to break loose and step into the art field, so it's affected me there.   Sharon: How do you explain to people what you do when they have question marks in their eyes?    Annette: I get more concrete, and I show them and tell them the thoughts behind the actual piece. I'm getting much better at wearing my pieces, so they have the visual at the same time as me explaining. I think a lot of times they don't have any visual images on their retinas, so it's kind of hard to reference.   Sharon: Were you hesitant to wear your pieces?    Annette: At a certain point I was. I don't know. I got a little bit shy and a little bit humble at the same time. I'm getting over it. I'm getting older. If I want this field to grow in Denmark, I need to represent it also in wearing it.   Sharon: That's a good way to look at it. It's so much easier to explain to somebody if you're wearing the necklace or the neckpiece and saying, “This is what it is.” It must create a lot of conversations when you're wearing it.    Annette: Yes, it does. People get amazed. They don't know how much thought goes into it, that there are so many perspectives and that it conveys a lot of talk and discussion about issues. You can discuss things, because this is a starting point for my view on the things and then go from there.  

The Trailcasters: NBA Trail Blazers Podcast
191 THE GROUP CHAT GOES INTERNATIONAL

The Trailcasters: NBA Trail Blazers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 76:17


JOIN US ON DISCORD!!! We're getting better at this Group Chat thing! No, I didn't say perfect... but good enough to fix last week's screwups, score a completed-set bonus & link up with a friend from LITERALLY across the globe! KJ, JP, & (most of) Fowad joined Keith & Chris this week for a conversation that had some legs... but feel free to stretch out yourself & make this one last, because we're taking a short break next week! INTROS (5:05) - Grammas know how to make Blazers fans outta grandkids - Afternoon NBA in Oz DEFENDING THE DEFENSE (14:48) - KJ capes for Stotts - Blazers backcourt issues too big for GP2? - Talent vs Fit - Most Important Defensive Blazer - Bigger backcourt liability: Dame or Penny? HEAT CHECK: JOE CRONIN (37:40) - Hottest & Coldest takes - Grading Offseason #1 JR SMITH & ROT (54:51) - Can Dame win here? Does it matter? - From the soup guy - Debating Dame's legacy - The power to choose means loyalty is real? KD & PLAYER EMPOWERMENT (1:09:30) - Differences between Dame & KD - Will he stay or will he go now? What about later? JOIN US ON DISCORD!!! Once more, we'll be taking a short break next week but please don't stop sending us your questions & your feedback! Hit us up on Discord, @trailcasters on Twitter & Reddit, or email trailcasters@gmail.com and if you can share opinions on what you like, dislike, or which directions we should expand on, we'll do our best to make it happen! For more of our music, you can find Odar's beats at soundcloud.com/odarbeats And if you have any need of their services, PLEASE support clearlyspeakingoregon.com like they've supported our podcast from the beginning! Enjoy the episode and GO BLAZERS!!!

The Broncos Podcast with Troy Renck
KJ Hamler Opens Up About His Mental Health & Quinn Meinerz Joins the Show

The Broncos Podcast with Troy Renck

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 27:45


In my latest Broncos podcast presented by SuperBook Sports, I discuss the first five days of camp, K.J. Hamler shows courage in discussing his mental health and Quinn Meinerz joins the Show. My pod is made possible by my great friends at Blake Street Tavern, Hoggatt Injury Law, RBJ Glass and Birch Prospects.

The Knappy Hair Show
17. How to be confident when choosing textures

The Knappy Hair Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 61:49


For those of you who want to be apart of the Kommunity, here is how you get in! For Kommunity members who have been stuck in one texture and are unsure about other textures, this episode is for you! In this KJ Live episode, KJ dives into how you can be sure you are getting the right texture when you purchase for Knappyhair.com. Thanks for listening to the Knappy Hair Show. If you're interested in joining the Knappy Hair Kommunity to learn more and find hair extensions that truly match your hair, visit our website to order our texture match kit and begin your journey to loving your hair. www.KnappyHair.com

Inside The Ropes
Wrestling Roast #70 - Tractors, Returns & Retirements

Inside The Ropes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 42:09


KJ & Oly are back to breakdown an EPIC SummerSlam, Ric Flair's Last Match & Much More. Enjoy!  If you enjoy the Wrestling Roast and want more of KJ & Oly, check out ITR Patreon with over 100 episodes of behind-the-paywall banter as the lads take a trip back to the late 90s in the Pod Of Thunder.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/insidetheropesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

IKE Packers Podcast
Packers Training Camp is Back - Initial Reactions (Is Allen Lazard the new #1 for Aaron Rodgers, Romeo Doubs starting off strong, Sammy Watkins returns, Bakhtiari Injury Report, Early Storylines)

IKE Packers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 20:05


Packers Training Camp is officially underway and on this episode of the podcast, Alex and KJ give their initial reactions to what has gone down so far. Whether it's Aaron Rodgers and the stars or Romeo Doubs and the new rookies - we cover it all. Welcome back to the IKE Packers Podcast! Number 1 way to help the show is by telling another Packers fan. Other ways to contribute are by leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and subscribing wherever you get your podcasts. Follow us on Instagram: @WelcomeToIKE Follow us on Twitter: @IKE_Packers Need new music? Stream "Overseas" from IKE Music on Spotify. Like hanging out with us here? Check out some of our other podcasts. ikepodcastnetwork.com is your one stop shop for the top rated shows.

Too Much Dip
Football Is Coming

Too Much Dip

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 63:07


KJ hits us with a coffee story and explains hippy christmas, landlords catch some strays, Deshaun gets 6 games, Kyler loses the homework clause, a dip line call and more! (3:20) KJ Coffee Anecdote (19:25) 6 Games, huh? (48:00) Stan, Mute, Cancel Rings Edition (53:12) Sports Party Support Our Sponsors Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/BANG

Crucial Podcast
Crucial Podcast Special! Before The Music: Backward Blue

Crucial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 160:57


The Matt sits down and tells the story of how "Backward Blue" was made. The story involves alot of people that Crucial listeners will recognize. There is alot of talk about 2020 and how people were feeling. Mostly it's about all the talented people that came together to make the album possible. So grab a drink and settle in for this extra long discussion about everything Crucial that went into Backward Blue "By The Time You Hear This I'll Be Dead"   As a fan I'd just like to offer a shout out to everyone that worked on the album, you all did a spectacular job. As someone who just wanted to hear this album, thank you.   2bs Backward Blue - Dark Night of the Soul. feat Troy McLawhorn is out on youtube. https://youtu.be/n_9SQ5kI3Ck Backward Blue on apple music. https://music.apple.com/us/artist/backward-blue/1635653400 Backward Blue on Spotify. https://open.spotify.com/artist/3IxSB9Ri1sMrUNDMYBiPqM?si=kJ-i_yuhRWSwzDKwQSz8Bw

Gun Talk
Where's All the Powder At? | Gun Talk Hunt

Gun Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 28:39 Very Popular


Aaron Oelger of Hodgdon Powder Company joins Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin for this Gun Talk Hunt. In a wide-ranging discussion on multiple hunting topics, Aaron and KJ cover hot-weather deer movement, what's happening with gunpowder availability, Hodgdon's product offerings and much more. This Gun Talk Hunt is brought to you by ATN, Silencer Central and SIG SAUER. Copyright ©2022 Freefire Media, LLC Gun Talk Hunt 7-30-22

The Man Cave Chronicles
Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nelet and Fina Strazza talk about 'Paper Girls' on Prime Video

The Man Cave Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 4:57


Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nelet and Fina Strazza recently joined host Elias in the cave for the upcoming release of 'Paper Girls' on Prime Video streaming July 29th. We enjoyed watching an early release here at the "cave" cant wait for everyone to check it out! Paper Girls - Based on the best-selling graphic novels written by Brian K. Vaughan, Paper Girls is a high-stakes personal journey depicted through the eyes of four girls, played by breakout leads Camryn Jones as Tiffany Quilkin, Riley Lai Nelet as Erin Tieng, Sofia Rosinsky as Mac Coyle, and Fina Strazza as KJ Brandman. Ali Wong also stars as the grown-up version of Erin, with Nate Corddry as Larry, and Adina Porter as Prioress. In the early morning hours after Halloween 1988, four paper girls-Erin, Mac, Tiffany, and KJ-are out on their delivery route when they become caught in the crossfire between warring time-travelers, changing the course of their lives forever. Transported into the future, these girls must figure out a way to get back home to the past, a journey that will bring them face-to-face with the grown-up versions of themselves. While reconciling that their futures are far different than their 12-year-old selves imagined, they are being hunted by a militant faction of time-travelers known as the Old Watch, who have outlawed time travel so that they can stay in power. In order to survive, the girls will need to overcome their differences and learn to trust each other, and themselves. You can watch this interview on YouTube  https://youtu.be/Z96lrGhhjOo Have a question? Email us  themccpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates  www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com  www.youtube.com/c/TheManCaveChronicleswElias    

The Man Cave Chronicles
Sofia Rosinsky Talks Playing Mac Coyle On ‘Paper Girls'

The Man Cave Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 3:29


Sofia Rosinsky recently joined host Elias in the cave for the upcoming release of 'Paper Girls' on Prime Video streaming July 29th. We enjoyed watching an early release here at the "cave" cant wait for everyone to check it out! Paper Girls - Based on the best-selling graphic novels written by Brian K. Vaughan, Paper Girls is a high-stakes personal journey depicted through the eyes of four girls, played by breakout leads Camryn Jones as Tiffany Quilkin, Riley Lai Nelet as Erin Tieng, Sofia Rosinsky as Mac Coyle, and Fina Strazza as KJ Brandman. Ali Wong also stars as the grown-up version of Erin, with Nate Corddry as Larry, and Adina Porter as Prioress. In the early morning hours after Halloween 1988, four paper girls-Erin, Mac, Tiffany, and KJ-are out on their delivery route when they become caught in the crossfire between warring time-travelers, changing the course of their lives forever. Transported into the future, these girls must figure out a way to get back home to the past, a journey that will bring them face-to-face with the grown-up versions of themselves. While reconciling that their futures are far different than their 12-year-old selves imagined, they are being hunted by a militant faction of time-travelers known as the Old Watch, who have outlawed time travel so that they can stay in power. In order to survive, the girls will need to overcome their differences and learn to trust each other, and themselves. You can watch this interview on YouTube  https://youtu.be/_nZPvQH-jpE Have a question? Email us  themccpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates  www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com  www.youtube.com/c/TheManCaveChronicleswElias    

#AmWriting
There Must Be Change: Blueprint for a Book Step 5

#AmWriting

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 47:22


I want to believe I can change. Show me how.The “arc of change” is famous in fiction, and it’s much the same in memoir–but there’s a change and shift in non-fiction too. Change is what pulls the reader from the beginning to the end of every narrative book. Without the promise of change, your reader feels like they’re going nowhere, and they won’t come along for your ride. In fiction and memoir, the change comes to the protagonist (and offers the reader the promise that they, too, are capable of change. In non-fiction, change may come to the narrator, to a real-life figure, or be offered to the reader, but it has to be there. It isn’t enough that the advice is sound or that a story is true. We still need to feel that journey from one way of being to another. This is the fifth episode in the 10-part Blueprint for a Book Series. Start with Step 1, do the work (we’ll give you an assignment every week), and in 10 weeks, you’ll have a solid foundation for a first draft or revision of your project that will help you push through to “the end”. Find details on the challenge HERE. YOUR ASSIGNMENTWrite out the answers to the following questions:Fiction and narrative memoir: Answer the following questions:Who is your protagonist? (If you’re writing memoir, it’s you.) What do they want at the start of the story?What is their arc of change – their transformation journey? What do they know or believe or understand at the end of the story that they didn’t at the start? How are they different?What stands in the way of the protagonist getting what they want, externally and internally?Are they telling the tale?Will there be other POV characters?Nonfiction and Self-Help/Memoir: Define the arc of change – the transformation journey – for your reader. What do they know or believe or understand when they pick up your book? Be specific.What do they know or believe or understand when they finish your book that they didn’t at the start? Be specific.(Note: We suggest you download a Blueprint answer workbook to keep track of your 10 assignments. That will make it easier to revise, review and come back to your work. Click to grab yours for fiction or nonfiction. If you are writing narrative memoir (a story), use the fiction workbook and assignments. If you are writing self-help/memoir, use the nonfiction workbook and assignments. Prefer paper? Tape the assignment into your journal and make a nice big heading so you know: This is Step 5: CHANGE.)LINKSThe Story GridStory Genius, Lisa CronThe terrible cat/rich dude movie: Nine LivesAtlas of the Heart, Brené BrownFour Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, Oliver BurkemanHow to Stop Time, Matt HaigBoyfriend, Sarina BowenThe Premonition, Michael LewisBlueprint for a Book (Fiction and Memoir)Blueprint for a Nonfiction BookTODAY’S COACHESSavannah Gilbo is a certified developmental editor and book coach who helps fiction authors write, edit, and publish stories that work. She loves working on commercial fiction for all age ranges, but her favorite genres include fantasy, science fiction, and romance. Savannah became a certified Author Accelerator in 2019 and has been helping writers (full time) ever since! Find more at savannahgilbo.com. For more from KJ, subscribe to her newsletter: Read. Eat. Listen. Or grab one of her novels, In Her Boots and The Chicken Sisters, wherever books are sold. Wondering about KJ as a book coach? Her current offerings are HERE. For more from Jennie, subscribe to her weekly newsletter. Or grab one of her Blueprint books, wherever books are sold. You can learn about getting matched with an Author Accelerator book coach or becoming a book coach at authoraccelerator.com.This summer is all about starting a project, but if you already have a novel or memoir manuscript and you’re ready to go ALL IN, you’re going to want to do Author Accelerator’s Manuscript Incubator. Registration is open for the intensive, 7-month coaching opportunity that offers one-on-one support and guidance for novelists and memoirists planning to have a submission-ready project by early 2023—and includes the opportunity to have that project reviewed by a group of agents and editors when it’s ready. For more information, head to authoraccelerator.com/manuscript-incubator. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit amwriting.substack.com/subscribe

Mike Salk
Hour 3-Special guest Larry Salk (Salk's dad), Tyler Polumbus

Mike Salk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 39:22


KJ Wright's retirement ceremony featured an emotional cameo from KJ's father and we learn that the "special guest" Salk was teasing all morning was actually his own father & creator of "The Salk Rules," the one and only Larry Salk. Mike asks him to give the latest update on how he's doing after having a heart attack a couple months ago and his return to the softball field. We go to our sister station in Denver to speak w/ former Seahawk OL Tyler Polumbus (104.3 The Fan) to creep on our ex, Russell.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Too Much Dip
Bad Trade Ideas And Run-ins With Superior Athletes

Too Much Dip

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 53:43


Dave's encounter with KJ's teammates, dip line calls including two (2) quarterbacks and athletes we rubbed shoulders with, Celtics serious or nah, Chuck to LIV, Tua is accurate and more! Support Our Sponsors: BetterHelp- get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/muchdip Athletic Greens- Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 yearsupply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/BANG