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    Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
    Jane Pek, THE VERIFIERS

    Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 24:23


    Zibby is joined by Jane Pek to talk about her debut novel, The Verifiers. Jane shares her whirlwind success story, from how she pushed herself to get an MFA to landing an agent, a book deal, and a New York Times book review. Zibby and Jane also discuss how Jane's career as a lawyer and early love for mystery books both found their way into this novel, why she felt the world of online dating was ripe for a murder story, and what other kinds of projects she's looking to try her hand at.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3tWkjTOBookshop: https://bit.ly/3OlyZ7fSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)
    TWiET 499: No Forklift Left Behind - Beyond the password, Cybersecurity summer camps, Private 5G

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 73:01


    Beyond the password, Cybersecurity summer camps, Private 5G Google Warns of New Spyware Targeting iOS and Android Users Researchers Say Only 3% of Open Source Software Bugs Are Actually Attackable VPNs Persist Despite Zero-Trust Fervor NSA Is Funding Summer Camps to Teach Kids to Be Cyber Pros Evolving Beyond the Password 5G host roundtable! Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit hover.com/twit canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HD)
    TWiET 499: No Forklift Left Behind - Beyond the password, Cybersecurity summer camps, Private 5G

    This Week in Enterprise Tech (Video HD)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 73:22


    Beyond the password, Cybersecurity summer camps, Private 5G Google Warns of New Spyware Targeting iOS and Android Users Researchers Say Only 3% of Open Source Software Bugs Are Actually Attackable VPNs Persist Despite Zero-Trust Fervor NSA Is Funding Summer Camps to Teach Kids to Be Cyber Pros Evolving Beyond the Password 5G host roundtable! Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit hover.com/twit canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT

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    This Week in Enterprise Tech 499: No Forklift Left Behind

    All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 73:01


    Beyond the password, Cybersecurity summer camps, Private 5G Google Warns of New Spyware Targeting iOS and Android Users Researchers Say Only 3% of Open Source Software Bugs Are Actually Attackable VPNs Persist Despite Zero-Trust Fervor NSA Is Funding Summer Camps to Teach Kids to Be Cyber Pros Evolving Beyond the Password 5G host roundtable! Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit hover.com/twit canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT

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    This Week in Enterprise Tech 499: No Forklift Left Behind

    All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 73:22


    Beyond the password, Cybersecurity summer camps, Private 5G Google Warns of New Spyware Targeting iOS and Android Users Researchers Say Only 3% of Open Source Software Bugs Are Actually Attackable VPNs Persist Despite Zero-Trust Fervor NSA Is Funding Summer Camps to Teach Kids to Be Cyber Pros Evolving Beyond the Password 5G host roundtable! Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-enterprise-tech. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: plextrac.com/twit hover.com/twit canary.tools/twit - use code: TWIT

    The Toby Gribben Show
    John Kennedy

    The Toby Gribben Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 46:45


    John Kennedy is a puppeteer who has performed on various Muppet projects since the early 1990s.Kennedy began building puppets as a child in his hometown of Plainfield, Indiana where he performed shows at local libraries. One of his first professional jobs was as a singing, dancing, banjo-playing puppeteer at the Indianapolis Union Station Festival Marketplace.While working on a bachelors degree in theatre at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI), Kennedy wrote to the Jim Henson Company and was invited to several performer workshops in New York City. Around the same time, Kennedy coincidentally landed a job as a dancer in the Muppet revue, Here Come the Muppets, at Walt Disney World. He relocated to Orlando, Florida, and in a few weeks found himself working beside Jim Henson himself. Kennedy would go on to work with the Jim Henson Company and the Muppets in a relationship that continues to this day.In addition to puppeteering, Kennedy has lent his other skills to various Henson projects. He helped write songs for The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss (including the "Fox and Knox" theme), and choreographed Kyra Sedgwick's musical number in Episode 4213 of Sesame Street.In later years, Kennedy developed a career as an author and has written two popular puppet making books, Puppet Mania! and Puppet Planet. He also hosts puppet making videos on the internet, builds puppets for various non-Muppet projects in the United States, and has taught MFA classes in puppetry at the University of Central Florida. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    New Books Network
    Mark Kyungsoo Bias, "Adoption Day," The Common magazine (Spring, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 28:53


    Mark Kyungsoo Bias speaks to managing editor Emily Everett about his poem “Adoption Day,” which appears in The Common's new spring issue. Mark talks about the inspiration and process behind the poem, which looks at issues like memory, immigration, and racism in post-9/11 America, all through the lens of a family experience. Mark also discusses his approach to language, sound, line breaks, and more, and the methods and techniques he's found helpful in revising poetry. He reads two additional poems published in The Common: “Meeting My Mother” and “Visitor.” Mark Kyungsoo Bias is the recipient of the 2022 Joseph Langland Prize from the Academy of American Poets and the 2020 William Matthews Poetry Prize. A semi-finalist for the 92Y Discovery Prize, he has been offered support from Bread Loaf, Kundiman, and Tin House. He is a recent graduate of the MFA program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and has work published or forthcoming in The Adroit Journal, Best New Poets, The Common, PANK, Poets.org, and Washington Square Review, among other journals. ­­Read Mark's poems in The Common at thecommononline.org/tag/mark-kyungsoo-bias/ Read more from Mark at markkyungsoobias.com, or follow him on Twitter at @mk_bias. The Common is a print and online literary magazine publishing stories, essays, and poems that deepen our collective sense of place. On our podcast and in our pages, The Common features established and emerging writers from around the world. Read more and subscribe to the magazine at thecommononline.org, and follow us on Twitter @CommonMag. Emily Everett is managing editor of the magazine and host of the podcast. Her debut novel is forthcoming from Putnam Books. Her stories appear in the Kenyon Review, Electric Literature, Tin House Online, and Mississippi Review. She is a 2022 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellow. Say hello on Twitter @Public_Emily. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    Lit for Christmas
    Episode Five: Spiked Eggnog & Fried Dachshund

    Lit for Christmas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 82:31


    Welcome back to this Lit for Christmas vacation party! In this episode, Marty and his wife, Beth, drink way too much spiked eggnog, reflect on whale sperm, and talk about writer/producer/director John Hughes' short story "Christmas '59," which was adapted for the silver screen into National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. BONUS POINTS: Count how many times Marty says "whale penis." SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS PRESENT: SPIKED EGGNOG Ingredients: 4 shots Butterscotch Schnapps/Peachtree Schnapps/Bailey's Irish Cream/Rum/Whiskey of Choice 4 oz. eggnog 6 oz. heavy cream (or half-and-half, or milk) Directions: Mix eggnog and heavy cream. Pour over ice, if you like. Add liquor of choice and stir. SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS PRESENT NONALCOHOLIC ALTERNATIVE: Eggnog Lit for Christmas Party Hosts: Marty has an Master's in fiction writing, MFA in poetry writing, and teaches in the English Department at Northern Michigan University in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He served two terms at Poet Laureate of the Upper Peninsula, and has published the poetry collection The Mysteries of the Rosary from Mayapple Press. For more of Marty's thoughts and writing visit his blog Saint Marty (saintmarty-marty.blogspot.com) or listen to his other podcast Confessions of Saint Marty, also on Anchor.fm. Marty is a writer, blogger, wine sipper, easy drunk, and poetry obsessor who puts his Christmas tree up in mid-October and refuses to take it down until the snow starts melting. Beth has a BS in English Secondary Education. She has worked as a substitute teacher, medical transcriptionist, medical office receptionist, deli counter attendant, and Office Max cashier. Currently, she is the front desk clerk at a hotel and enjoys discussing/arguing about literature with her loving husband. Music for this episode: "Jingle Bells Jazzy Style" by Julius H, used courtesy of Pixabay. "A Christmas Treat" by Magic-828, used courtesy of Pixabay. Other music in the episode: "Christmas Vacation." Staples, Mavis. Warner Bros. Records, September 1989. A Christmas Carol sound clips from: The Campbell Theater 1939 radio production of A Christmas Carol, narrated by Orson Welles and starring Lionel Barrymore. This month's Christmas lit: Hughes, John. "Christmas '59." National Lampoon, 1980.

    Your Superior Self
    Pathological: A True Story of 6 Misdiagnoses

    Your Superior Self

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 54:39


    Sarah Fay (Ph.D., MFA) is an award-winning author and mental health advocate working to improve how we think and talk about our mental health. Her experience of being diagnosed with six different mental health disorders and finding no relief led her to write her journalistic memoir Pathological: The True Story of Six Misdiagnoses, an Apple Best Books pick that was hailed in The New York Times as a “fiery manifesto of a memoir.” Sarah has shared her story on NPR's 1A, Oprah Daily, Salon, NPR's KERA/Think, The Rumpus, in The Los Angeles Times, and more. Pathological has been featured in Forbes, mindbodygreen, Thrive Global, Lit Hub, Psychology Today, and others.

    Keen On Democracy
    Alison Fairbrother on the Catch Within the Catch: How to Write a Feminist Novel About a Complicated Dad

    Keen On Democracy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 35:59


    Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Alison Fairbrother, author of The Catch. Alison Fairbrother is an associate editor at Riverhead Books. She worked as a journalist in Washington, D.C., before getting her MFA at Stony Brook University. She lives in Brooklyn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sound & Vision
    Marina Kappos

    Sound & Vision

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 107:14


    Marina Kappos received an MFA from the Yale University School of Art in 1997 and a BFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 1995. She lives and works in NYC. Her solo exhibitions include "You You You" at SHRINE in NYC (2022), “Transfigured" at Foyer/LA in Los Angeles (2020),  “Peep Show” at China Art Objects in Los Angeles (2011) and “Marina Kappos” at Tokyo Wonder Site, Institute of Contemporary Art (2007). Group exhibitions include "Resonant Frequencies" at Jonathan Levine Projects. NJ (2021), "Show Me The Signs" at Blum & Poe, CA (2020) and "Animal Crossing" at Inman Gallery, TX (2020). Catalogues were published for her 2007 exhibition at Tokyo Wonder Site, Institute for Contemporary Art, and also for her two solo exhibitions at I-20 gallery in NY in 2002 and 1998. Kappos has been reviewed in publications including artforum.com, Time Out New York, The Japan Times, and Flash Art. In the winter of 2020, she participated in the artist residency program at Lighthouse Works on Fishers Island. She also attended the Tokyo Wonder Site Creator-In-Residence program twice, first in 2007, and then again in 2013, where she spent several months painting and living in Tokyo. She also has a show titled "Sun Up Sun Down" at Lighthouse Works through July 16th and a group show at Nathalie Karg gallery opening June 28th titled "Painting As Is II" curated by Heidi Hahn and Tim Wilson. Order the S&V book: http://atelier-editions.com/store/why-i-make-art $25 full of inspiration

    WV unCommOn PlaCE
    Reagan Pietrucha and The Head of A Grogan

    WV unCommOn PlaCE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 72:24


    Raegen Pietrucha writes, edits, and consults creatively and professionally. Head of a Gorgon is her debut full-length poetry collection. Her debut poetry chapbook, An Animal I Can't Name, won the 2015 Two of Cups Press competition, and she has a memoir in progress. She received her MFA from Bowling Green State University, where she was an assistant editor for Mid-American Review. Her work has been published in Cimarron Review, Puerto del Sol, and other journals. Connect with her at raegenmp.wordpress.com, on Twitter @freeradicalrp, and on Instagram @raegenmp. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wvuncommonplace/message

    Paul's Security Weekly TV
    Hertzbleed, SynLapse, Java Deserialization, More MFA, Firmware Flaws, & Zombie 0-Day - ASW #201

    Paul's Security Weekly TV

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 31:15


    This week in the AppSec News: SynLapse shows shell injection via ODBC, Java deserialization example, MFA for Ruby Gems ecosystem, simple flaws in firmware, the decade-long journey of a Safari vuln, & more!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw201

    New Books Network
    John Luther Adams, "Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska" (FSG, 2020)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:16


    John Luther Adams's Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020) is a profound, funny, and enlightening memoir from one of our greatest contemporary composers. Adams describes the process of writing music inspired by the wild landscapes of the far north, pieces with titles like Arctic Dreams, In the White Silence, and Become Ocean. But as much as Silences So Deep is a meditation on craft, it is also a masterpiece of nature writing, reminiscent at times of Walden, at other times of Dharma Bums.  Adams moved to Alaska as a young man in search of the solitude of America's last frontier. But Adams also discovered community: a bohemian group of farmers, poets, activists, and musicians, including the poet John Haines and the conductor/composer/activist Gordon Wright.  Silences So Deep is sure to reward long-time fans of Adams' work and listeners of contemporary classical music more broadly. It will also appeal to nature lovers and to anyone interested in the day to day work of a life committed to art. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    New Books in American Studies
    John Luther Adams, "Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska" (FSG, 2020)

    New Books in American Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:16


    John Luther Adams's Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020) is a profound, funny, and enlightening memoir from one of our greatest contemporary composers. Adams describes the process of writing music inspired by the wild landscapes of the far north, pieces with titles like Arctic Dreams, In the White Silence, and Become Ocean. But as much as Silences So Deep is a meditation on craft, it is also a masterpiece of nature writing, reminiscent at times of Walden, at other times of Dharma Bums.  Adams moved to Alaska as a young man in search of the solitude of America's last frontier. But Adams also discovered community: a bohemian group of farmers, poets, activists, and musicians, including the poet John Haines and the conductor/composer/activist Gordon Wright.  Silences So Deep is sure to reward long-time fans of Adams' work and listeners of contemporary classical music more broadly. It will also appeal to nature lovers and to anyone interested in the day to day work of a life committed to art. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

    New Books in Dance
    John Luther Adams, "Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska" (FSG, 2020)

    New Books in Dance

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:16


    John Luther Adams's Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020) is a profound, funny, and enlightening memoir from one of our greatest contemporary composers. Adams describes the process of writing music inspired by the wild landscapes of the far north, pieces with titles like Arctic Dreams, In the White Silence, and Become Ocean. But as much as Silences So Deep is a meditation on craft, it is also a masterpiece of nature writing, reminiscent at times of Walden, at other times of Dharma Bums.  Adams moved to Alaska as a young man in search of the solitude of America's last frontier. But Adams also discovered community: a bohemian group of farmers, poets, activists, and musicians, including the poet John Haines and the conductor/composer/activist Gordon Wright.  Silences So Deep is sure to reward long-time fans of Adams' work and listeners of contemporary classical music more broadly. It will also appeal to nature lovers and to anyone interested in the day to day work of a life committed to art. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

    New Books in Biography
    John Luther Adams, "Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska" (FSG, 2020)

    New Books in Biography

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:16


    John Luther Adams's Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020) is a profound, funny, and enlightening memoir from one of our greatest contemporary composers. Adams describes the process of writing music inspired by the wild landscapes of the far north, pieces with titles like Arctic Dreams, In the White Silence, and Become Ocean. But as much as Silences So Deep is a meditation on craft, it is also a masterpiece of nature writing, reminiscent at times of Walden, at other times of Dharma Bums.  Adams moved to Alaska as a young man in search of the solitude of America's last frontier. But Adams also discovered community: a bohemian group of farmers, poets, activists, and musicians, including the poet John Haines and the conductor/composer/activist Gordon Wright.  Silences So Deep is sure to reward long-time fans of Adams' work and listeners of contemporary classical music more broadly. It will also appeal to nature lovers and to anyone interested in the day to day work of a life committed to art. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

    New Books in Music
    John Luther Adams, "Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska" (FSG, 2020)

    New Books in Music

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:16


    John Luther Adams's Silences So Deep: Music, Solitude, Alaska (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020) is a profound, funny, and enlightening memoir from one of our greatest contemporary composers. Adams describes the process of writing music inspired by the wild landscapes of the far north, pieces with titles like Arctic Dreams, In the White Silence, and Become Ocean. But as much as Silences So Deep is a meditation on craft, it is also a masterpiece of nature writing, reminiscent at times of Walden, at other times of Dharma Bums.  Adams moved to Alaska as a young man in search of the solitude of America's last frontier. But Adams also discovered community: a bohemian group of farmers, poets, activists, and musicians, including the poet John Haines and the conductor/composer/activist Gordon Wright.  Silences So Deep is sure to reward long-time fans of Adams' work and listeners of contemporary classical music more broadly. It will also appeal to nature lovers and to anyone interested in the day to day work of a life committed to art. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/music

    Scratching the Surface
    34. Ellen Lupton (2017 Rerun)

    Scratching the Surface

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 39:15


    This episode originally aired June 28, 2017. — In the final episode of my June series on my professors, I talk to the co-director of MICA's MFA graphic design program Ellen Lupton. In addition to her work at MICA, Ellen is the Senior Curator of Contemporary Design at Cooper Hewitt, and a prolific author of notable design books like Thinking with Type, Type on Screen, and Graphic Design: The New Basics. In our conversation, recorded a few days after graduation, I talk with Ellen about her own career as a designer, writer, curator, and educator, how she thinks about writing for emerging designers, and how the design discourse has changed over the course of her career. Links from this episode can be found at scratchingthesurface.fm/34-ellen-lupton-rerun. — If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon and get bonus content, transcripts, and our monthly newsletter! www.patreon.com/surfacepodcast

    Cerebral Women Art Talks Podcast

    Ep.112 features BETHANY COLLINS (b. 1984 Montgomery, AL). She lives and works in Chicago, IL. Collins is a multidisciplinary artist whose conceptually driven work is fueled by a critical exploration of how race and language interact. Collins received an MFA from Georgia State University in Atlanta GA, and a BA from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL. Recent solo exhibitions include: Cadence (2022), PATRON, Chicago, IL; America: A Hymnal (2021), Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AK; Evensong (2021) Frist Art Museum, Nashville, TN; My destiny is in your hands (2021), Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL; Chorus (2019), Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St Louis, MO; Benediction (2019) The University of Kentucky Art Museum, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; A Pattern or Practice (2019), University Galleries of Illinois State University, Normal, IL; The Birmingham News 1963 (2018-2019), Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL; The Litany, Locust Projects (2018), Miami, FL; Undersong (2018), PATRON, Chicago IL; and Occasional Verse (2018), The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY. Image courtesy of the artist and PATRON Gallery, Chicago. Photography by Evan Jenkins Additional information~ Artist https://bethanyjoycollins.com/home.html Patron Gallery https://patrongallery.com/exhibition/285/cadence https://patrongallery.com/artist/bethanycollins Montgomery Museum of Fine Art Bethany Collins - MMFA Brooklyn Rail https://brooklynrail.org/2022/02/artseen/Seize-the-Time WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/collectors-eye-they-built-a-world-class-collection-of-black-artists-work-who-are-they-acquiring-now-11594828483 Artspace https://www.artspace.com/artist/bethany-collins Richard Gray Gallery Bethany Collins - Artists - Richard Gray Gallery Block Museum https://www.blockmuseum.northwestern.edu/events/2022/artist-talk-laylah-ali-and-bethany-collins.html Chicago Gallery https://www.chicagogallerynews.com/events/bethany-collins-cadence Crystal Bridges https://crystalbridges.org/calendar/bethany-collins-america-a-hymnal/ Frist Art Museum https://fristartmuseum.org/exhibition/bethany-collins-evensong/ https://burnaway.org/daily/collins-frist/ The Phillips Collection https://www.phillipscollection.org/event/2021-06-25-jacob-lawrence-american-struggle Speed Art Museum https://www.promisewitnessremembrance.org/ Art in America https://www.artnews.com/art-in-america/aia-reviews/breonna-taylor-promise-witness-remembrance-speed-art-museum-1234594195/ Hyperallergic https://hyperallergic.com/641634/amy-sherald-bearing-witness-to-breonna-taylor-life-and-death/ NYTimes https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/11/arts/design/breonna-taylor-review-museum-louisville.html PBS https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/what-breonna-taylors-name-and-image-is-teaching-america-about-black-lives The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2021/apr/01/remembering-breonna-taylor-through-art-it-keeps-her-alive Artforum https://www.artforum.com/print/reviews/202202/the-dirty-south-contemporary-art-material-culture-and-the-sonic-impulse-87629 Smart Museum https://smartmuseum.uchicago.edu/exhibitions/take-care/ Renaissance Society https://renaissancesociety.org/exhibitions/540/nine-lives/ Hirshhorn https://hirshhorn.si.edu/explore/bethany-collins-part-1-hirshhorn-artist-diaries-2/

    Breaking Down Patriarchy
    Breaking Down Patriarchy and the Gender Binary - with Sam Rose Preminger & Domi Shoemaker

    Breaking Down Patriarchy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 83:32


    As new generations increasingly have the knowledge and social acceptance to explore their identities, the number of openly transgender people in our world—especially transgender youth—is rapidly rising. Yet despite these recent spikes— the transgender community is still comparatively small: making up roughly 0.6% of the global population. As a result, many cisgender people (meaning those of us whose gender aligns with the one we were assigned at birth) have little to no lived experience interacting with transgender people. What we're exposed to instead is whatever our media, political, and social leaders choose to tell us about them, resulting in a perilous gap between actual transgender people and a series of cultural stereotypes. This gulf in our understanding not only endangers the trans population, it harms all of us, discouraging marginalized demographics from working together, making it even more difficult for us to dismantle oppressive structures, and denying cisgender people the chance to love their trans neighbors. Fortunately, some transgender people are stepping forward to help bridge this divide, sharing their personal stories, dispelling dangerous myths, and helping us envision a more egalitarian future for all. On today's episode I'm happy to say we'll be joined by two such voices: Sam Rose Preminger and Domi Shoemaker Sam Rose Preminger (they/them) is a trans-nonbinary, Jewish writer and publisher. They hold an MFA from Pacific University, serve as the Editor-in-Chief of NAILED Magazine, and are a contributing editor at Lightship Press and Write Bloody Publishing. Their poetry has appeared in numerous publications online and in print. Their debut collection of poems —'Cosmological Horizons' — is forthcoming from Kelsay Books (Summer 2022). They live in Portland, OR, where they've acquired too many house plants. www.sampreminger.com Domi J Shoemaker (they/them) is an Idaho-born gender flexer who founded the quarterly reading series, Burnt Tongue, after cutting teeth in Tom Spanbauer's Dangerous Writers workshop. While finishing an MFA in Writing in 2015, author Lidia Yuknavitch asked Domi to help her create the Corporeal Writing Seasonal Workshop Series. With a resounding yes, Domi is now the Corporeal Writing Seasonal Workshop Co-Facilitator. Domi has published at [PANK], Nailed Magazine, Unshod Quills, Gobshite Quarterly, and has a story in the anthology, The Night and The Rain and The River, from Forest Avenue Press. They were recently featured in the literary radio theatre podcast, Storytellers Telling Stories. www.domishoemaker.com

    Cabana Chats
    Cabana Chats: Leslie Shipman

    Cabana Chats

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 40:54


    In our next to last episode for season two of Cabana Chats, Leslie Shipman, founder of the The Shipman Agency, talks with Resort founder Catherine LaSota about her long career in the literary world, how her love of poetry has guided her, and her latest adventures as the founder of a speaking agency for writers that has turned into a full-service organization for writers, offering classes, editing services, and more, in just a few short years. Leslie Shipman has spent 30 years promoting writers, and creating and managing literary events in New York City. She spent over a decade at the National Book Foundation (which presents the National Book Award), where she was instrumental in creating events and programs such as 5 Under 35, a prize for promising young novelists, the National Book Awards After Party, Eat, Drink, and Be Literary at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Innovations in Reading, a prize that promotes community organizations working at the grassroots level to encourage reading across constituencies, and BookUp, an afterschool program for middle school age students, as well as assembling awards juries. She consulted at PEN America, a leading advocate for free expression, and worked on the PEN Literary Awards, and the PEN World Voices Festival. A poet with an MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, her work can be found in the Kenyon Review, BOMB, Tinderbox, Mid-American Review, Cosmonauts Avenue and elsewhere. She lives in Ridgewood, Queens with her husband, musician Paul Pimsler, and their dog Junie. Find out more about The Shipman Agency: https://www.theshipmanagency.com/ Latest classes in The Work Room at The Shipman Agency: https://www.theshipmanagency.com/theworkroom Join our free Resort community, full of resources and support for writers, here: https://community.theresortlic.com/ More information about The Resort can be found here: https://www.theresortlic.com/ You can find books for purchase by all of our Cabana Chats guests here: https://bookshop.org/lists/cabana-chats-podcast Cabana Chats is hosted by Resort founder Catherine LaSota. Our podcast editor is Jade Iseri-Ramos, and our music is by Pat Irwin. Special thanks to Resort assistant Nadine Santoro. FULL TRANSCRIPTS for Cabana Chats podcast episodes are available in the free Resort network: https://community.theresortlic.com/ Follow us on social media! @TheResortLIC

    Gay Mystery Podcast
    Lev Raphael Returns with Plenty to Discuss Including the Republication of His Entire Nick Hoffman Mystery Series

    Gay Mystery Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 55:14


    Ep: 130 Lev Raphael returns to talk with Brad about having his full Nick Hoffman Academia Mystery Series republished, historical misquotes, research, the joy of mingling with other mystery authors, and more. Podcast Website:   www.queerwritersofcrime.comCheck out Lev on the Queer Writers of Crime Guest's blog:https://www.queerwritersofcrime.com/blog/To cover the cost of producing Queer Writers of Crime, some of the links below are affiliate links. At zero cost to you, Brad will earn an affiliate commission if you click through the link and finalize a purchase.Get a Kindle Paperwhite:https://amzn.to/3KCfUuOBurning Down the House by Lev Raphael:https://amzn.to/3QAIm4sLev's Website:levraphael.comReQueered Talesrequeeredtales.comQuote Investigator:quoteinvestigator.comLev Raphael is the author of 25 books, including two novels about holocaust survivors, Winter Eyes and The German Money, and three memoirs, Journeys & Arrivals, Writing a Jewish Life, and My Germany. Raphael's fiction has been widely anthologized in the U.S. and Britain, most recently in the anthology Promised Lands, which contains Lev's latest story featuring a child of holocaust survivors: "Money."Born and raised in New York City, he received his MFA in Creative Writing and English at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where he won the Harvey Swados Fiction Prize, awarded by renowned editor Martha Foley for a Holocaust-themed story later published in Redbook. Winner of the Reed Smith Fiction Prize and International Quarterly's Prize for Innovative Prose (judged by D. M. Thomas), Raphael holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from Michigan State University. Raphael taught at the university level in New York, Massachusetts and Michigan for 13 years and the first course he designed was a multi-disciplinary study of the Holocaust. He left teaching in 1988 to write and review full-time. He is currently a guest assistant professor at Michigan State University where he teaches creative writing, popular literature, and Jewish-American literature.Brad's Website: bradshreve.comKindly give to The Trevor Project, a much-needed charity focusing not only suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth, but also helps to get answers and information to support them and connect with an international community of LGBTQ youth aged 13 - 24.https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

    MFA Writers
    Luna Adler — Brooklyn College

    MFA Writers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 59:39


    Luna Adler talks to Jared about moving between fiction and non-fiction, Brooklyn College's unique novel-writing workshop aimed at accommodating the long form, the tension between a slow revision process and rapid MFA deadlines, and the benefit in recording one's writing time while allowing grace for a broad definition of writing time that may or may not include thinking time. Luna Adler is a Brooklyn-based writer and illustrator. She's currently an MFA candidate in fiction at Brooklyn College, where she was a recipient of the Truman Capote Fellowship. She is a fiction editor for The Brooklyn Review and a reader for Pigeon Pages. Her words, art, and comics have appeared or are forthcoming in Bon Appétit, Bust Magazine, Interview Magazine, Literary Hub, Gossamer, Autostraddle, Electric Literature, Backpacker Magazine, The Rumpus, The Belladonna Comedy, Hobart Pulp, and Lux Magazine, among others. Find her on Instagram @lunaadler or at lunaadler.com, where you can subscribe to her illustrated newsletter. MFA Writers is hosted by Jared McCormack and produced by Jared McCormack and Hanamori Skoblow. New episodes are released every two weeks. You can find more MFA Writers at MFAwriters.com. This episode was requested by Marcia Bronstein. Thank you for listening, Marcia! BE PART OF THE SHOW — Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Podcast Addict. — Submit an episode request. If there's a program you'd like to learn more about, contact us and we'll do our very best to find a guest who can speak to their experience. — Apply to be a guest on the show by filling out our application. STAY CONNECTED Twitter: @MFAwriterspod Instagram: @MFAwriterspodcast Facebook: MFA Writers

    Education Evolution
    115. Using Acting to Support Neurodivergency with Theater of Possibility

    Education Evolution

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 34:31


    Neurodivergent students often get pulled out of classrooms and taught separately because they are “different.” Well, we're all a little bit different. Does that mean we should all be taught in silos? Not a chance.   There's an inclusive program in the Seattle area that's supporting our colorful, mismatched students in a unique way that can help them on and off the stage. Youth are learning through theater and improvisation.   This week on the podcast, I'm talking with Lauren Marshall, director of Theater of Possibility, about the organization's unique take on theater and learning. And joining Lauren is Jackie Moffit, one of the school's former students and current teachers.    Together we explore the role the current education system has had on neurodivergent youth, why pull-out programs might work in some instances (but generally don't), the problem with special education, and why acting is a valuable tool for students with autism. About Lauren Marshall: Lauren Marshall is the founding director of Theater of Possibility, serving neurodiverse youth, since 2010. A produced and published playwright, she has an MFA in Music Theater writing from NYU, and BA and JD from Stanford.     About Jackie Moffit: Jackie Moffit is an actor, writer, and musician on the autism spectrum who goes by any pronouns. They first started participating in Theater of Possibility in 2012 as a student and became an assistant teacher for the kids' class several years later. They are passionate about neurodiversity representation in education and the arts, and are excited for thier first session as lead teacher. In addition to his work with Theater of Possibility, Jackie also volunteers at Books to Prisoners and writes media reviews for the Northwest Film Forum and Redefine Magazine. Some of their interests include synthesizers, linguistics, and tabletop games. Jump in the Conversation: [1:55] - Creating community for neurodiverse youth to come together [3:15]  - The commitment to Theater of Possibility [3:56] - “We can succeed in life not by repressing autistic attributes but by embracing them as much as possible” [5:07] - Lauren's journey with theater [7:04] - Why acting is valuable for people with autism [10:03] - The positive results that TOP is seeing [11:50] - Theater of the Oppressed  [13:25] - It starts with community [14:20] - The present classroom model moves neurodivergent youth into another room; it's beneficial to bring youth together [15:25] - Neurodivergent need space to be around people the same as them [17:57] - Activities need to be rewarding in and of themselves [20:01] - Turbo Time [25:05] - Magic Wand [29:16] - Maureen's Takeaways    Links & Resources Theater of Possibility Underestimated: An Autism Miracle by J.B. Handley and Jamison Handley Theatre of the Oppressed Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism by Barry M. Brizant, PhD Email Maureen Maureen's TEDx: Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution EdActive Collective Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep

    New Books in Literature
    Elan Barnehama, "Escape Route" (Running Wild Press, 2022)

    New Books in Literature

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 25:18


    In Elan Barnehama's new novel, Escape Route (Running Wild Press 2022), it's 1968 and 13-year-old Zach is about to become a bar mitzvah. That's when his sister changes his life by switching his radio from AM to FM. Zach's family lives in Queens, and he's comfortable roaming the New York City subways, heading to the public library, the Metropolitan Museum, and all kinds of diners. Zach is in accelerated classes, smart but confused. He worries about his older sister at Columbia, the war in Vietnam, his grandparents, and how his parents escaped Europe during the Holocaust. He meets a cute girl and is beyond relieved to have his first girlfriend, his first kiss. He thinks about music, math, religion, drugs, and more than anything else, baseball. He doesn't know when to stop asking annoying questions or irritating the people around him with his goofiness. And just in case there's another Holocaust and they have to leave the country; he joins the AAA auto club and figures out an “Escape Route.” Elan Barnehama grew up in Queens, NYC, has lived in several places on both coasts, and currently lives in Boston. He earned an MFA from UMass, Amherst, and a BA from Binghamton University. He writes literary fiction, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction, which has appeared in Drunk Monkeys, Entropy, Rough Cut Press, Boston Accent, Jewish Fiction, RedFez, HuffPost, the New York Journal of Books, Public Radio, and elsewhere. Barnehama was a Writer-In-Residence at Wildacres NC, and Fairhope Center for the Writing Arts in Fairhope, AL. He's the fiction editor at Forth Magazine LA, and at different times has taught college writing-currently at American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York, worked with at-risk youth, had a gig as a radio news guy, coached high school baseball, and did a mediocre job as a short-order cook. When he's not reading or writing, Barnehama likes running and walking urban landscapes, travelling to see friends, seeing new places, coffee shops, diners, libraries, and public spaces. He remains a Mets fan. G.P. Gottlieb is the author of the Whipped and Sipped Mystery Series and a prolific baker of healthful breads and pastries. Please contact her through her website (GPGottlieb.com). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

    The Illustration Department Podcast
    Robyn Phillips-Pendleton, Part 2 of 2

    The Illustration Department Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 24:34


    Giuseppe Castellano talks to Robyn Phillips-Pendleton— Professor of Visual Communications at the University of Delaware, and Interim Director for the MFA in Illustration Practice at Maryland Institute College of Art—about whether social media is bending the quality of today's illustrations toward mediocrity; why introspection is a key component to being an illustrator; and more.

    Why We Write
    Saraciea J. Fennell is Bringing Books to the Bronx

    Why We Write

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 35:08


    The Bronx is Reading founder Saraciea J. Fennell is working to get more books into the hands of young people, especially those who come from backgrounds similar to hers, through her organization, a yearly book festival, and one day a bookstore. Saraciea is also the editor of the acclaimed 2021 young adult anthology Wild Tongues Can't Be Tamed, which features essays and poems by Latinx authors such as Elizabeth Acevedo and Ibi Zoboi about the myths, and stereotypes surrounding their culture and identity. In this episode, Saraciea, a 2020 graduate of our MFA in Creative Writing program, discusses her own essay about being put into foster care as a kid and how she wants to effect change in her corner of New York City.About our guestSaraciea J. Fennell is a Black Honduran writer and the founder of The Bronx is Reading. She is also a book publicist who has worked with many award-winning and New York Times bestselling authors. Fennell sits on the board for Latinx in Publishing as well as on the Advisory Board of People of Color in Publishing.Learn more about Saraciea, her book, and her newsletter on her website.Follow Saraciea on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokFind a transcript of this interview on our episode page.

    Its Personal Podcast
    #ItsPersonal Podcast IV 113.Janae Marks on motherhood, friendships, NYC and pandemic writing

    Its Personal Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 27:36


    Janae Marks is the author of critically acclaimed middle grade novels, From the Desk of Zoe Washington and A Soft Place to Land, as well as the forthcoming novel On Air with Zoe Washington. She has an MFA in Writing for Children from The New School, and lives in Connecticut with her husband, daughter and miniature schnauzer named Cookie. Janae chats about motherhood, writing/publishing during a pandemic, growing up in New York, and new books. Website:http://www.janaemarks.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janaemarksbooks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/janaemarksbooks

    VIRGIN.BEAUTY.B!TCH
    VBB 200 - Liz Declan, Calling On Cis Adults To Stand Up For Trans Kids!

    VIRGIN.BEAUTY.B!TCH

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 20:51


    Liz Declan is a self-identified queer single mom with a seven-year-old daughter who does not identify with traditional gender binaries. Liz has her B.A. and M.A. in English from Temple University and teaches Writing and Literature at the university level. She is an MFA candidate at Bennington College, studies creative nonfiction, and is working on her memoir. But more impressive than her own accomplishments is her plea for parents of cis kids, for cis adults who are not parents, and for cis members of the LGBTQ community to know that what trans children need is for adults to get loud and to do the heavy lifting because trans kids should be allowed to be kids, and their gender, like that of other children, should be just one part of them, not the sum total of who they are. If You're Not already Fighting For Trans Kids' Rights, Liz explains why it's crucial that you start.

    College Commons
    A Jewish Musician Walks into a Shanghai Nightclub…

    College Commons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 21:47


    Author Weina Randel discusses The Last Rose of Shanghai: A love story transcending class, race, religion, and even war. National Jewish Book Award Finalist, The Last Rose of Shanghai In Japanese-occupied Shanghai, two people from different cultures are drawn together by fate and the freedom of music... Weina Dai Randel is the award-winning author of three novels, The Last Rose of Shanghai, The Moon in the Palace, and The Empress of Bright Moon, a historical duology about Wu Zetian, China's only female emperor. Weina is the winner of the RWA RITA Award, a finalist of the National Jewish Book Awards, the Goodreads Choice Award semifinalist, and the RT Book Reviewers Choice nominee. Her novels have been translated into seven languages and sold worldwide. Born in China, Weina came to the United States at twenty-four, when she began to speak, write and dream in English. She holds an MA in English from Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas. She has worked as the subject-matter expert for Southern New Hampshire University's online MFA program and as an adjunct professor for Eastfield College. Interviews with Weina have appeared on WFAA's Good Morning Texas and in such publications as China Daily, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Los Angeles Review of Books, World Literature Today, and RT Book Reviews. After living in Texas for years, Weina now resides in Boston with her loving husband, two children, and a family of chipmunks in the backyard.

    Bellingham Podcast
    Ep. 213 | Your Digital Estate | #tech

    Bellingham Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 33:26


    HousekeepingJuneteenth HolidayFathers DayWhatcom Dads Podcast - Mark Bagley, Nathan Dwyer, and Chris RoselliLegal Disclaimers and BackgroundA guide to your Digital EstateAnother guide to your Digital EstateA 2015 RUFADAA - Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act = Information pertaining to a digital will and an assigned fiduciaryWhat to consider…should something happenWho have you shared access to your mobile phone with? [Digital Executor]Who have you shared access to your personal computer with? [Digital Executor]Who have you given access to your personal email password? [Digital Executor]Do you have a folder of bookmarks for your bank website and other financial investment websites?If you stored important information on your office computer, who has access to this? Do they know your login password?Where are external drives located in your house or office?Chris’ ClientWhat to do when data is scattered everywhereAJ’s data migration Homing your data to a NAS and anti-cloud can of worms: Episode 171 “BellingHOME your Data) Chris’ brutally-complicated tech landscape (and how someone can access his Digital Estate)Over 200 online accounts stored in a password manager vaulteach account has a unique email address (you read that right)each account has a unique password that is either 40+ characters or five words in a passphrase (CP doesn’t joke about this)A number of online accounts require multi-factor authentication.Chris’ wife knows there is a specific book in their house with a sheet of paper inside it. This sheet of paper contains:The passphrase used to authenticate to the password manager vault. The PIN code to his mobile phoneThe name of the MFA authentication app on the phone and the password to authenticate into itAny additional information not stored in Password Manager, e.g. Bank password This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit bellinghampodcast.substack.com

    On Brand with Nick Westergaard
    Creating Videos People Want to Watch with Zachary Slingsby

    On Brand with Nick Westergaard

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 35:43


    Zachary Slingsby is a writer, short film creator, and founder of Human Factor Media, an award-winning branded storytelling company that has worked with leading brands and publishers to create videos people actually want to watch. We discussed thinking like a customer, planning engaging videos, and effective brand storytelling this week on the On Brand podcast. About Zachary Slingsby Zachary Slingsby is a writer, short film creator, and founder of Human Factor Media, an award-winning branded storytelling company that has worked with leading brands and publishers to create videos people actually want to watch. Zack graduated from Fordham University, received his MFA from the New School, and has published in over a dozen creative and industry publications. He believes the ingredient that makes a literary story great is the same that makes for a great video. His company is based between Nashville, where he lives, and New York City, collaborating with brands to create stories and films instead of ads and interruptions.   Episode Highlights “We're very smart as consumers. We get into trouble when we start thinking like brands,” Zack quipped at the top of the show. You have to hook your audience in the first three seconds (!) of your video. From there, it's about getting them to what he calls the next “propulsive turn.” “The way to capture attention is to put on a show.” That's what Zack noted about brands like Budweiser, MetLife, and Yeti. These brands have turned their social channels into “theatre pages.” What's a theatre page? Being a self-proclaimed word nerd, I had to ask Zack for a definition. He pointed us to MetLife's social videos, which offer small business vignettes such as the story of an immigrant starting a business. “They're only trying to engage you—there's a link to shop if you want” but that's not the primary objective. “Avoid fear-based decision making,” Zack cautions, citing brands like Lexus with their Colin Quinn comedy show and—the biggest example of all—Amazon, with award-winning shows available with Amazon Prime that help them “sell socks.” What brand has made Zack smile recently? Zach mentioned Yeti and Northface and shared a very “on brand” smile on the role the Top Gun movies have played in the experience around the real Top Gun flight school. To learn more, check out their website at HumanFactorMedia.co.   As We Wrap … Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon/Audible, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeart, YouTube, and RSS. Rate and review the show—If you like what you're hearing, be sure to head over to Apple Podcasts and click the 5-star button to rate the show. And, if you have a few extra seconds, write a couple of sentences and submit a review to help others find the show. Did you hear something you liked on this episode or another? Do you have a question you'd like our guests to answer? Let me know on Twitter using the hashtag #OnBrandPodcast and you may just hear your thoughts here on the show. On Brand is a part of the Marketing Podcast Network. Until next week, I'll see you on the Internet! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Deerfield Public Library Podcast
    Queer Poem-a-Day: Book VI from The Queerness of Eve by Emilia Phillips

    The Deerfield Public Library Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:47


    Emilia Phillips is the author of four books of poetry, including Embouchure (University of Akron Press, 2021). They teach in the MFA in Writing Program at UNC Greensboro. Copyright © 2021 by Emilia Phillips. Originally published in Copper Nickel, Fall 2021. Text of today's poem and more details about our program can be found at: deerfieldlibrary.org/queerpoemaday/ Find books from participating poets in our library's catalog.  Queer Poem-a-Day is directed by poet and teacher Lisa Hiton and Dylan Zavagno, Adult Services Coordinator at the Deerfield Public Library. Music for this second year of our series is the first movement, Schéhérazade, from Masques, Op. 34, by Karol Szymanowski, performed by pianist Daniel Baer. Queer Poem-a-Day is supported by generous donations from the Friends of the Deerfield Public Library and the Deerfield Fine Arts Commission. Queer Poem-a-Day is a program from the Adult Services Department at the Library and may include adult language. 

    New Books in Dance
    Brian Kulick, "The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation" (Routledge, 2019)

    New Books in Dance

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 64:58


    Unlike many books that examine the how of making theater, Brian Kulick's The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation (Routledge, 2019) examines the why. Using Jorge Luis Borges' story Averroes's Search as a guide, Kulick defines theatre via its proximity to play, ritual, imitation, and religion, all of which share elements of theatricality. He then takes us on a whirlwind tour of theatrical history by examining key stage moments from some classic works of theater, from Agamemnon to Angels in America. Finally, Kulick looks at theater's changing relationship to fellow-feeling, whether pity, sympathy, or empathy, and articulates how the union of thought and feeling is a key insight of theatrical representation. By rekindling our sense of fellow-feeling and allowing us to see the world anew, Kulick suggests theater may provide valuable emotional and intellectual resources for our troubled times. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

    New Books in Sociology
    Brian Kulick, "The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation" (Routledge, 2019)

    New Books in Sociology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 64:58


    Unlike many books that examine the how of making theater, Brian Kulick's The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation (Routledge, 2019) examines the why. Using Jorge Luis Borges' story Averroes's Search as a guide, Kulick defines theatre via its proximity to play, ritual, imitation, and religion, all of which share elements of theatricality. He then takes us on a whirlwind tour of theatrical history by examining key stage moments from some classic works of theater, from Agamemnon to Angels in America. Finally, Kulick looks at theater's changing relationship to fellow-feeling, whether pity, sympathy, or empathy, and articulates how the union of thought and feeling is a key insight of theatrical representation. By rekindling our sense of fellow-feeling and allowing us to see the world anew, Kulick suggests theater may provide valuable emotional and intellectual resources for our troubled times. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

    New Books in Anthropology
    Brian Kulick, "The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation" (Routledge, 2019)

    New Books in Anthropology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 64:58


    Unlike many books that examine the how of making theater, Brian Kulick's The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation (Routledge, 2019) examines the why. Using Jorge Luis Borges' story Averroes's Search as a guide, Kulick defines theatre via its proximity to play, ritual, imitation, and religion, all of which share elements of theatricality. He then takes us on a whirlwind tour of theatrical history by examining key stage moments from some classic works of theater, from Agamemnon to Angels in America. Finally, Kulick looks at theater's changing relationship to fellow-feeling, whether pity, sympathy, or empathy, and articulates how the union of thought and feeling is a key insight of theatrical representation. By rekindling our sense of fellow-feeling and allowing us to see the world anew, Kulick suggests theater may provide valuable emotional and intellectual resources for our troubled times. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

    New Books in Literary Studies
    Brian Kulick, "The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation" (Routledge, 2019)

    New Books in Literary Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 64:58


    Unlike many books that examine the how of making theater, Brian Kulick's The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation (Routledge, 2019) examines the why. Using Jorge Luis Borges' story Averroes's Search as a guide, Kulick defines theatre via its proximity to play, ritual, imitation, and religion, all of which share elements of theatricality. He then takes us on a whirlwind tour of theatrical history by examining key stage moments from some classic works of theater, from Agamemnon to Angels in America. Finally, Kulick looks at theater's changing relationship to fellow-feeling, whether pity, sympathy, or empathy, and articulates how the union of thought and feeling is a key insight of theatrical representation. By rekindling our sense of fellow-feeling and allowing us to see the world anew, Kulick suggests theater may provide valuable emotional and intellectual resources for our troubled times. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

    New Books Network
    Brian Kulick, "The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation" (Routledge, 2019)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 64:58


    Unlike many books that examine the how of making theater, Brian Kulick's The Secret Life of Theater: On the Nature and Function of Theatrical Representation (Routledge, 2019) examines the why. Using Jorge Luis Borges' story Averroes's Search as a guide, Kulick defines theatre via its proximity to play, ritual, imitation, and religion, all of which share elements of theatricality. He then takes us on a whirlwind tour of theatrical history by examining key stage moments from some classic works of theater, from Agamemnon to Angels in America. Finally, Kulick looks at theater's changing relationship to fellow-feeling, whether pity, sympathy, or empathy, and articulates how the union of thought and feeling is a key insight of theatrical representation. By rekindling our sense of fellow-feeling and allowing us to see the world anew, Kulick suggests theater may provide valuable emotional and intellectual resources for our troubled times. Andy Boyd is a playwright based in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the playwriting MFA at Columbia University, Harvard University, and the Arizona School for the Arts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network