PLUS What are you binging right now? BRITNEY: Sam Asghari is working REALLY hard to prove his love to Britney AND Olivia Wilde is showing how environmentally friendly she is
Russell Jones is a sensory consultant who is fascinated by how our senses change how we feel, think and act every day. He speaks to Georgina Godwin about his new book ‘The Power of your Senses', which details his “sensory prescriptions” for everything from waking up to going to bed – and everything that happens in between.
This episode features In praise of darkness, a waning reserve by Sigri Sandberg, published in AR April 2020. We chose to revisit this piece, which we published as the keynote for the Darkness issue nearly 18 months ago, as this week we mark the launch of our Light issue. With the Darkness issue we explored how darkness is a critical resource that is increasingly endangered, where shadows can be sites of subversion in a culture of ever-increasing surveillance. With our September 2021 issue, we flip the switch to consider access to light as a right that is unevenly distributed, continuing political questions of visibility and invisibility, and exploring connections between light and safety, between energy and technology. Find out more about the Light issue here: https://www.architectural-review.com/magazines/ar-september-2021-light
Tracy K. Smith, Pulitzer Prize winning poet, former Poet Laureate of the United States from 2017 to 2019, author of "Such Color: New and Selected Poems"(Graywolf, 2021) and editor of "The Best American Poetry 2021" (Scribner, 2021), shares some of the best recent poetry to end the show.
The bills that the governor vetoed become new state laws. Also, learning about the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe. One tribal member joins us with their journey to preserve the native language. Finally, CapRadio's Donna Apidone shares her interview with the author of “All We Can Save,” a women-penned anthology of the climate movement. Today's Guests CalMatters Reporter Laurel Rosenhall explains the bills that Gov. Newsom blocked from becoming new state laws. Shelly Covert, Spokesperson for the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe and Executive Director of the California Heritage: Indigenous Research Project (CHIRP), discusses why the tribe is still fighting to restore federal recognition. Nisenan-descendant Alan Wallace on working to preserve the language, which has been disappearing, with only one living documented Nisenan speaker. CapRadio's Donna Apidone discusses “All We Can Save,” an anthology about the environment and brings us parts of her conversation with Abigail Dillen, the president of Earthjustice, a law organization specializing in large environment cases. Dillen is one of the 60 women who wrote essays and poetry for the book.
In this episode of the Backpacking Light Podcast, longtime Backpacking Light contributor Mark Wetherington reads his essay The Backpacking Tithe Project. In it, he considers the implications of intentionally focusing on frequent, short trips over long thru-hikes. Click here for show notes: https://backpackinglight.com/episode-47-mark-wetherington-reads-the-backpacking-tithe-project
Thomas McGuane reads his story “Not Here You Don't,” from the October 18, 2021, issue of the magazine. McGuane has published more than a dozen books of fiction, including “Gallatin Canyon,” “Crow Fair,” and “Cloudbursts: Collected and New Stories,” which came out in 2018.
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On this week's episode, Chatrice and Luis welcome Jaime of Jota Reads, an Instagram Book Club, to talk dating and relationships as found in books! Before the main topic, our hosts catch up. Since last time, Chatrice is being superhost, on site for work, and celebration National Boyfriend Day; while Luis is a busy bee, being on the virtual speaking circuit, and finding time to breathe during a busy time. Before getting to the main topic, Jaime talks to Courting in Color and our hosts about Jota Reads including what is the word “jota” and its history as well as what is the importance of starting an online book club centered on queer joy. Our hosts and Jaime talk good relationship advice from romance novels, respond to an article about applicable relationship advice from romance novels, and to wrap up book recomendations from Jaime and our hosts! Time Stamp:0:19 - Hello and Welcome Back0:56 - Hosts check in: Chatrice is on site at work, hosting on Airbnb again5:28 - Question for the season: what holiday are we celebrating this week? October 3 - National Boyfriend Day; October 11- National Coming Out Day; October 11 - Indigenous Peoples' Day 6:35 - Chatrice celebrations National Boyfriend Day in style10:51 - Shout Out for the Culture: Lil Nas X's “MONTERO” album; Adele's comeback and new album (named “30” perhaps?)14:24 - Guest: Jaime of Jota Reads and guest introductions16:40 - Whitness of bear community; affirming of body space, not affirming of people of color 17:35 - What is the dating scene in Jaime's hometown?19:08 - Current dating/relationship s tatus of Jaime22:03 - What is Jota Reads? 26:18 - What is jota? The history of the word “jota”29:05 - Main Topic: what can books teach us about dating and courting? 29:19 - Research on the main topic: article - “Good Relationship Advice from Romance Novels” by Maya Rodale (Bustle, May 2015) 31:07 - Advice: Believe in Hate at First Sight34:40 - connection to Netflix's Bridgerton 36:48 - “What is my tresh hold of what can I disagree on?” - Luis38:08 - Advice: Don't Fall for the “Right” Guy41:19 - Jaime talks about important value in dating as part of being the right guy 42:17 - “You can't marry a man you just met” - Elsa to Anna in “Frozen”43:25 - Conversation on green flags in relationship in addition to red flags43:55 - Advice: Be Totally Unrealistic47:31 - “Everybody's fairytale is different, you get to define yours” - Jaime48:50 - Striving for the queer chicano fairy tale49:10 - Are there books that come to mind that have taught us lessons about dating and relationships?49:29 - Books from Jaime about queer love: “The Rain God” by Arturo Islas; “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secret of the Univere” by Benjamin Alire Sáenz54:29 - Books from Chatrice with lessons about dating and relationship: “How to Fail at Flirting” by Denise Williams56:05 - Juxtaposition of reading black voices in the space of romance as opposed to white voices like in “The Baby Sitters Club”58:11 - Who writes books about romance, dating, and relationship?59:24 - Luis Book Recommendation: The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune1:00:18 - Consuming media and representation in media 1:01:24 - Close Out: Where can people find Jaime? Follow @JotaReads on Instagram!Notes:“Good Relationship Advice from Romance Novels” by Maya Rodale - https://www.bustle.com/articles/79598-9-relationship-lessons-i-learned-from-romance-novels-because-these-books-actually-teach-you-real-life-advice@JotaReads on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jotareads/ Website: courtingincolor.com / Email: CourtNColor@gmail.com / Instagram: @CourtNColorDon't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!
In Ep.3 of 'Thought Pieces,' Paul Graham looks back on his 1980s work based in unemployment offices across the UK, reflecting on the role of social care, Thatcher's government, and the changing status of documentary photography in the public imagination.
Today on the show, we listened to our listeners' audio messages we missed this week—and someone goes after Becca for laughing too much! Meanwhile, the crew gives their input on new music Friday from Manuel Turizo, Bad Bunny and more. Next, in the "Jealousy Trip," Michael asks us to prank his girl Karina for tripping over his "handyman" side-job. He has a loyal customer who happens to be a cougar—and keeps flirting with him! Becca pretends to be "Mary The Cougar" in the prank call. Moreover, Shoboy tells us how a man stole $122 million dollars from Google and Facebook during our nota loca Also, our listener Valeria tells us she was feeling a little too sexy at the nightclub and got kicked out by security—find out why! Follow us @ShoboyShow Listen Live 6-10AM PST M-Fri on ShoboyShow.com Shoboy: @edgarisotelo Becca: @BeccaMGuzman Eddie The Virgin: @EddieSotelo Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ep 80: Ruan Reads Masturbation Erotica & Writings of Filthy Markus Industries & Author Interview. Listen to Ruan read erotica pieces from a female masturbating to a male/female encounter. Stay for the interview with Filthy Markus from Filthy Markus Industries where he talks about writing erotica, selling his erotic photography and products, as well as his YouTube movie. You can find his work on his website, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. He has books available on Amazon as well. See below for all of his links.To connect with UK author Markus:Twitter: http://twitter.com/FilthyMarkusIndAll his links are here: https://www.getsl.ink/filthymarkusindThe Private Life of Jenna book affiliate on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3BpexvPErotic Writing book affiliate on Amazon: https://amzn.to/303QhkVSpeaking of masturbation topics, what is Ruan's favorite sex toy? The Rose clit sucker with the stem. Check it out in this affiliate link: https://tinyurl.com/95hhfh2uBOOK LINKS: check out Ruan's new Audiobook Inside of Ruan WillowLinks to Audiobook US markets: https://www.amazon.com/Inside-Ruan-Willow-Between-Writers/dp/B09D21KTZ4/Affiliate links:Link to ebook on Amazon for US markets: https://amzn.to/3goUp4fLink to Audiobook US markets: https://www.amazon.com/Inside-Ruan-Willow-Between-Writers/dp/B09D21KTZ4/Link to ebook on Amazon for US markets: https://amzn.to/3goUp4fFor users in the US new to Audible, try it out with this free trial with a free audiobook: https://www.audible.com/pd/B09D29TYSY/?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWU-BK-ACX0-274038&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_274038_pd_usFor those in the UK: https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/B09D1WL42Y/?source_code=AUKFrDlWS02231890H7-BK-ACX0-274038&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_274038_pd_ukFREE AUDIOBOOK: I have more codes, just ask me.Redeem the one-time use code below at https://www.audible.com/acx-promoPlease enjoy one free audio review copy of Inside Of Ruan Willow: A Erotic Short Between Writers, now available on Audible. Use this code for the free audiobook US market users: 6PRXNFA6U34JKFor UK: Redeem the one-time use code 2TQL89JSJWR8AHi:)Listen to this reading to rage up your sexuality and entertain yourself!On my podcast, you will find romance, topics on erotic writing, on relationships, on romance and love, self-care, intimacy for adults only, and it is intended for the purposes of entertainment, your fantasy life, relationships, dating, and the arts. Sexual health and fitness are important parts for a healthy sex life. This is fiction.love ya,RuanRuan's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ruanwillowThe Mardi Gras Unmasking book:Universal link for anyone around the world to access the book on Amazon: https://books2read.com/u/mZeWpESupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/ruanwillow)
Want to learn what X-Reads is all about? Listen to our trailer to get the jump on what to expect in our deep dive episodes as we recap classic issues from the X-Men Universe, often with special guests, X-Men creatives, celebrities, and more.Follow us @xreadspodcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and your podcast platform of choice. We upload new episodes every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month - also known as New Comic Book Day! Business Inquiries can be sent to email@example.com
Episode 373. Investigating myself. Topic: CCR5. How does HIV immunity work? Do I have deletions in my CCR5 gene? How can I find this out?Twitter: @3minutelessonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgNew episode every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday!Methodology notes:I searched the hg38 BAM file at chr3:46373450-46373488 (samtools view) for the deletion of GTCAGTATCAATTCTGGAAGAATTTCCAGACA. Reads contained the full sequence. I included a search for sequences with concatenated flanking nucleotides (indicating the deletion) but did not find any. I also searched unmapped reads. This strongly indicated that I am homozygous for the intact CCR5.
On ‘Monocle Reads' this week Georgina Godwin visits the team behind the Cheltenham Festival, including head of programming Nicola Tuxworth, for an insight into the process behind the world's oldest literature festival. This year's theme is “Read the World” and the Festival runs from 8 until 17 October.
Brea and Mallory talk about comfort reads and review the world's weirdest reading chair. Email us at readingglassespodcast at gmail dot com!Reading Glasses MerchRecommendations StoreSponsors -GreenChefCode: GLASSES100Dipsea Links -Reading Glasses Facebook GroupReading Glasses Goodreads GroupAmazon Wish ListNewsletterLibro.fm Girly Drinks Party!Buy a signed copy of Girly Drinks! "Inflatable" “Chair” Books Mentioned - Yours Cruelly, Elvira by Cassandra PetersonThe Book of Flying by Keith Miller
THIS WEEK ON The PAPERBACKS AND SOUNDTRACKS PODCAST!! Your friendly Neighborhood Ciabatta Boyz are back!!! And they are diving into full on spoiler review/feels on venom let there be carnage in the breakdown(check the time stamps)!!! Also we dive in to the super bowl line up and wu-tang American saga episode 6. And don't mis the Heat in Reads of the Week!!! Peace!! Time Stamps The BREAKDOWN-4:40.643 VENOM SPOILERS-11:18.781 Reads of the Week-26:05.671 Check out the Melody-47:45.230 SHOW PRODUCED AND EDITED BY- AMIR W. HOSTED BY- THE CIABATTA BOYZ https://linktr.ee/PaperbacksandSoundtracks MUSIC PRODUCED BY-FOGMOB MUSIC https://instagram.com/fogmobmusic?utm_medium=copy_link SPONSORED BY- Winston's Wham https://instagram.com/winstonswham?utm_medium=copy_link SPONSORED BY- https://www.instagram.com/weaponhexcustoms/?hl=en.
BSWK is back with Cat Munoz who gives a scary accurate reading of Keaton based on his birthday. What the heck is a fire sign? How many houses does someone have? Why are there so many cars racing outside of Cat's window? The answers and more are here for your listening pleasure.
In this Unabridged episode, which has become an annual tradition, Sara, Jen and Ashley share our latest thriller and spooky recommendations with you, perfect for fall mood reading. Our recommendations include Alex Michaelides's The Maidens, Shea Ernshaw's A History of Wild Places, and Riley Sager's Survive the Night. We talk about the best ways to enjoy thrillers and wrap up our episode by sharing some of our favorite Halloween memories. Visit the Unabridged website for our full show notes and links to the books mentioned in the episode. Interested in what else we're reading? Check out our Featured Books page. Want to support Unabridged? Follow us @unabridgedpod on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. | Join our Unabridged Podcast Reading Challenge. | Visit our curated list of books at Bookshop.org. | Become a patron on Patreon. | Check out our Merch Store. | Visit the resources available in our Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Boo! Welcome to our spookiest episode ever! We talk spooky movies and books and share some real life supernatural experiences! While also confessing some childhood secrets. Don't miss out! List of books: https://bookshop.org/lists/s2-ep-4-spooky-reads-real-life-ghost-stories Signed copies of The Scarlet Rose: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1087055259/preorder-the-scarlet-rose-hardcover Hosted by Joanna Reeder (@joanna_reeder), Stacey Trombley (@trombolii), Abby J. Reed (@abbyjreed), and Valia Lind (@valialind). Artwork by Hanna Sandvig. Music by Stephen Roy. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/readingqueens/message
Karen Russell reads her story “The Ghost Birds,” from the October 11, 2021, issue of the magazine. Russell is the author of five books of fiction, including the story collection “Orange World,” which was published in 2019, and the novel “Swamplandia,” which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2012. She was made a MacArthur fellow in 2013.
Tochi Onyebuchi joined the Providence Community Library as part of their PCL Reads series on Wednesday, February 10th to discuss Riot Baby, a companion read for the 2021 Reading Across Rhode Island program. Co-hosted virtually by Amy VanderWeele at South Providence Library and Rhode Island Center for the Book, the conversation was moderated by Jonathan Pitts-Wiley, the Artistic Director of Mixed Magic Theatre (MMT) in Pawtucket. To watch a recording of the interview, visit the Providence Community Library Youtube Page. Find Riot Baby at your local library, as an ebook through RI's eZone, or contact Amy Vanderweele at the South Providence Library for multiple copies for a book club. The music in this episode is Soft Inspiration by Scott Holmes. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Tochi Onyebuchi is the author of Beasts Made of Night, its sequel Crown of Thunder, War Girls, and his adult fiction debut “Riot Baby,” published by Tor.com in January 2020. He has graduated from Yale University, New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Columbia Law School, and L'institut d'études politiques with a Masters degree in Global Business Law. His short fiction has appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, Omenana, BLACK ENOUGH: STORIES OF BEING YOUNG & BLACK IN AMERICA, and elsewhere. His non-fiction has appeared in Uncanny Magazine, Nowhere Magazine, Tor.com and the Harvard Journal of African-American Public Policy. He is the winner of the Ilube Nommo Award for Best Speculative Fiction Novel by an African and has appeared in Locus Magazine's Recommended Reading list. Born in Massachusetts and raised in Connecticut, Tochi is a consummate New Englander, preferring the way the tree leaves turn the color of fire on I-84 to mosquitoes and being able to boil eggs on pavement. He has worked in criminal justice, the tech industry, and immigration law, and prays every day for a new album from System of a Down. ABOUT THE BOOK Rooted in foundational loss and the hope that can live in anger, “Riot Baby” is both a global dystopian narrative and intimate family story with quietly devastating things to say about love, fury, and the black American experience. Ella and Kev are brother and sister, both gifted with extraordinary power. Their childhoods are defined and destroyed by structural racism and brutality. Their futures might alter the world. When Kev is incarcerated for the crime of being a young black man in America, Ella―through visits both mundane and supernatural―tries to show him the way to a revolution that could burn it all down. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rhodyradio/message
In this special episode of MRM, Rory Groves joins us to talk about his book "Durable Trades." You can find out more about The Grovestead here: https://thegrovestead.com/ Buy the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Durable-Trades-Family-Centered-Economies-Stood/dp/1725274140 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aaron-ventura/message
Marked As Read is back for another semester! This episode, Celina talks about two horror books that are great for getting out of a reading slump, just in time for spooky season. Books mentioned: We Need to Do Something by Max Booth III; The Ruins by Scott Smith Subscribe to the Amherst Wired Network here: Spotify Produced by: Celina Rivernider Edited by: Celina Rivernider Music : Thought Bubbles by Lee Rosevere and Local Forecast - Slower by Kevin MacLeod Email Celina at email@example.com or follow her on Twitter @crivernider. For all book updates, follow @celinareads on Instagram.
In this episode, I chat about a new quilt project and quilting class, some great fall reads, journaling and goal setting finds, my new favorite YouTube channel, and a special training opportunity for overcoming procrastination! For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.
In Ep.2 of 'Thought Pieces' filmmaker, writer and photographer RaMell Ross reads ‘Renew the Encounter,' from the book ‘But Still it Turns,' edited by Paul Graham. Part meditation and part manifesto, Ross invites us to deconstruct our relationship to photography and race through dazzling, urgent prose. This essay was originally published in Film Quarterly. About 'But Still, It Turns' 'But Still, It Turns' is Paul Graham's revitalising manifesto for photography from the world – a re-dedication to the tangle of reality. In this dynamic and diverse book, Graham curates 8 photographers' work: Vanessa Winship, Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, RaMell Ross, Kristine Potter, Curran Hatleberg, Piergiorgio Casotti & Emanuele Brutti, Gregory Halpern and Richard Choi, together with essays by Graham, Rebecca Bengal and Ian Penman, all of which tease out a new, enlightening post-documentary form for photography.
Kyle, Dan, and Michael continue reading through The Lord of the Rings in Shelob's Lair and The Choices of Master Samwise. They discuss how masterful a horror writer Tolkien was and how most modern storytelling pales in comparison, the importance of always using the right tool for the job, and how even a simple hobbit from the Shire with a little light can advance against evil and drive the darkness back. To access this subscriber-exclusive content, go to BabylonBee.com/plans. Support The Babylon Bee, enjoy the extra content, and join the community of subscribers reading good books together!
On Today's Episode, Ryan is solo as he talks about his favorite books from this week! This weeks reads were Batman VS Bigby #1 Deathstroke Inc #1 Inferno #1 Sandman/Locke & Key #2 You can follow The Comic Lounge on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thecomiclounge Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecomiclounge Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecomiclounge TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/thecomiclounge https://www.thecomiclounge.com
Donald Antrim joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “The Balloon,” by Donald Barthelme, which was published in The New Yorker in 1966. Antrim is the author of three novels and the story collection “The Emerald Light in the Air.” His memoir, “One Friday in April: A Story of Suicide and Survival,” will be published this month. “The Balloon” (c) 1966, by Donald Barthelme, performed with permission of the Wylie Agency, LLC.
LinksRob TwitterWebShow PartnerThis episode is presented by FTX. Trade on an awesome mobile interface fee-free, and still get all the great portfolio tracking features you know and love: https://uponly.tv/ftxShow NotesIntroduction– Founder of Compound Labs– Investor at Robot Ventures with Tarun Chitra (@tarunchitra)– Reads solidity, doesn't write it– Interested in chess and the opera outside of crypto and investing– Chess ELO is 15/20Compound Bug– Exploitable by past borrowers to claim unearned rewards– Took hours for anyone to discover the root cause– There's no risk to COMP positions and only affects distribution, worst case is that tokens reserved for future user incentives is now somewhat depleted– Please return COMP to the protocol if you received more rewards than expected (especially if you're doxxed) Send 90% back!Compound Governance/ DAO– Kinda created the standard for ETH governance models– Rob would design it differently if he were to do it again today– Rob think she has medium power outside of on-chain governance (i.e. actual community sway)– He has been on the losing side of a few votes already lol– Has some sway in other DeFi communities as well– Like + a few reputation points for being Compound founder lolCompound Treasury– http://compound.finance/treasury– Being offered clearly and directly as a security & compliant with US law– Huge appetite to get offline insurance for the productCompound L1 & The State of ETH– Compound launching its own L1 chain that is still in development– Act as a series of bridges to other blockchains with a simple application at the centre that looks and feels like Compound– Can import assets from all L1s to use as collateral to borrow on other L1s– Currently on test-net but has been in development for almost a year, all open source– Ridiculed when the whitepaper was launched as there was no demand to get off ETH but now it's become a pain point– Current ETH fees are not usable for typical users– Robert is most excited about ETH2.0 as it may negate the need for L2 if successful. In the short term L2s and EVM forks are amazing but are only short term solutionsRobot Ventures– Investing in a lot of different projects, the current website is very out of date– Most of the investments are in DeFi and across different chains– Value in interacting with tonnes of founders and learning from them what works and doesn't can also lead to some value flowing back into compound– Being an investor can help with the signal to noise ratio– Usually not arguing on valuations, as low friction as it gets– Advises to start with an equity based business and not worry about having a token too soonRobot Ventures Investing Decisions– In general, if one of them (Rob or Tarun) says no, they don't do it– Cobie: “What's the exit plan?”– Rob: “In general, we're ultra respective of teams and lockups. If something is up like 4-10x, we'll sell like a quarter so we can invest in other companies”– It's a fund, they have their own money, also outside investorsBitcoin Maxis– Rob: “Typically when I think of a Bitcoin maxi i think of like Pomp, or like Dan Held”– Rob: “Like this is Bitcoin and this is how it works!”– Ledger: “Deflationary ETH will create some fireworks dynamics in the future”Cryptopunks– Hayden (inventor of Uniswap) said Unisocks are the best NFT– Rob and Kain bullied Hayden into buying a white-haired cryptopunk– They all made it their twitter pfps and everyone thought it was collusion– Rob: “Everyone views NFTs differently – people will freak out about $100 on a dinner then spend so much money on these NFTs”– Rob minted 26 cryptopunks on the initial release– Gave away 15 punks for Christmas to compound labs guys last year LOLInteresting Investing Areas– 1. Utility NFTs– NFTs that are memberships, tickets, XYZ– Also NFT finance– How to do complex deviates on unique things– 2. Crypto UX– The user experience right now is just so bad– No one can use this stuff– Wallets, products that extract away crypto, experimental plays hereWorking for a Protocol– Nowadays you can work for a protocol!– Compound labs is always hiring– 0x4C (LUKE) is looking for a job, maybe he can work at Compound!Not Exciting Areas– Generic DeFi– Buzzword heavy products that are not distinguishedFINAL ALPHA– Crypto is more welcoming than you think it is – get involved!– There are more options sellers than options sellers – most people are naturally short gamma. Buy gamma and hedge it!Notes by KevinMusic by GiovanniPickle
Martin Bailey co-curated Tate Britain's 2019 exhibition ‘Van Gogh and Britain'. He is the author of several books on the artist and writes the weekly newsletter ‘Adventures with Van Gogh' for ‘The Art Newspaper'. Bailey tells Georgina Godwin about his latest book, ‘Van Gogh's Finale: Auvers & the Artist's Rise to Fame', a comprehensive analysis of the artist's suicide and what followed.
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THIS WEEK ON The PAPERBACKS AND SOUNDTRACKS PODCAST!! Once Again, Once Again!! The Dynamic Duo is back to bless your Thursday with their SUPER intellectual conversations about comics and music… Nah just playing, its the CIABATTA BOYZ back again to talk that sshhhhh.. TUNE IN NOW!! Or don't and miss out on some Podcast Dopeness! Time Stamps The BREAKDOWN- 7:35:104 Reads of the Week-34:50:454 Check out the Melody-53:58:869 SHOW PRODUCED AND EDITED BY- AMIR W. HOSTED BY- THE CIABATTA BOYZ https://linktr.ee/PaperbacksandSoundtracks MUSIC PRODUCED BY-FOGMOB MUSIC https://instagram.com/fogmobmusic?utm_medium=copy_link SPONSORED BY- Winston's Wham https://instagram.com/winstonswham?utm_medium=copy_link SPONSORED BY- https://www.instagram.com/weaponhexcustoms/?hl=en.
Kyle, Dan, and Michael continue reading through The Lord of the Rings in Journey to the Cross-Roads and The Stairs of Cirith Ungol. They discuss how evil is only a twisted distortion of what is good, how holding on to the good helps us to reject the bad, and how the king has got a crown again. Also, what's the deal with all these stairs? To access this subscriber-exclusive content, go to BabylonBee.com/plans. Support The Babylon Bee, enjoy the extra content, and join the community of subscribers reading good books together!