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The Power Chord Hour Podcast
Ep 144 - Jerome Deupree (Morphine) - Power Chord Hour Podcast

The Power Chord Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 54:32


Morphine drummer Jerome Deupree is this weeks guest and we discuss the early days of Morphine, if Jerome ever expected to rejoin the band, the new vinyl reissues of The Night and Like Swimming, how to lock in the groove with a 2 string slide bass, touring the world with Vapors of Morphine, the bands long lasting legacy and much moreJerome/Morphinehttps://morphineband.comhttp://www.jeromedeupree.comhttps://www.instagram.com/morphine_bandhttps://www.facebook.com/MorphineBandOfficialPCHInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_MgDonate to help show costs -https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pchanthonyhttps://cash.app/$anthmerchpowerchordhour@gmail.comCheck out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 8 to 11 est/Tuesday Midnight to 3 est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA app.

A Musical Theatre Podcast
COME FROM AWAY (Maui Reissue) with Hōkū Pavao & Geno Carr

A Musical Theatre Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 76:23


A great musical will often grow and change as its audience does, and as the people of Maui continue the long road of processing the recent devastation left by deadly wildfires, we realized it was time to relook at the musical COME FROM AWAY. In this newly edited reissue from 2020, Jeff not only speaks with original Broadway cast member Geno Carr about the magic of creating COME FROM AWAY, he also welcomes actress, director, and born & raised Maui girl Hōkū Pavao for an updated conversation exploring the similarities between the selfless responses on the islands of Newfoundland and Maui. Hear first hand about the spirit of Aloha and how it has ruled this recent Maui tragedy with a whisper. For a deeper look into the complexities of Hawai'i and its relationship to the western musical theatre art form, make sure you're subscribed to PATREON! to receive our latest bonus episode also featuring Hōkū. Looking for ways to help the island of Maui? Here is the list of vetted Go Fund Me and Venmo accounts of Lahaina survivors: Help Maui Rise Kāko'o Maui Fund- from the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, this fund supports local organizations doing everything from providing legal advice to securing internet for the west side of Maui. Hawai'i Community Foundation- the Maui Strong Fund works in close collaboration with state and county leaders, nonprofit organizations, and community members. A Few Local Businesses Jeff loves that could use your support- Maui Ku'ia Estate Chocolate, Ululani's Shave Ice, Leoda's Pie Shop We'll definitely be posting more throughout the week, so don't forget to follow "A Musical Theatre Podcast" on Instagram, X, and TikTok. Mahalo for being part of this wonderful podcasting 'ohana! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
The history of the 1960s scoop of Indigenous children in Prairie Canada (2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2023 31:39


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. My name is Greg Marchildon. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes of 2022. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: In this episode, Greg Marchildon interviews Allyson Stevenson on her book Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Decolonization of Indigenous Kinship published by the University of Toronto Press in 2020. She explores the reasons that the Saskatchewan government – and other provincial governments in Canada – established policies that results in the adoption of thousands of Indigenous children by non-Indigenous families. She also discusses government-initiated child apprehension policies and programs that separated children from their Indigenous parents and siblings. Allyson Steven holds the Gabriel Dumont Institute Chair in Métis Studies at the University of Saskatchewan where she completed her Ph.D. in Canadian History in 2015. Her own family migrated out of Red River in the 1870s to Saskatchewan. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

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Top Ten Show: Listener’s Favorite Live Album Picks

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 120:27


Start Artist Song Time Album Year 0:00:44 Blue Oyster Cult E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) 5:18 Some Enchanted Evening (2007 Reissue) 1978 0:06:30 Emerson, Lake & Palmer Hoedown 4:25 Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends 1974 0:11:06 Talking Heads Crosseyed and Painless 5:58 The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads 1982 […]

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
The History of Canadian Spying (2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2023 26:46


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: Greg Marchildon talks with Greg Kealey (professor of history emeritus, University of New Brunswick) on the history of Canadian Spying (RCMP) before CSIS and his book Spying on Canadians: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Security Service and the Origins of the Long Cold War (University of Toronto Press, 2017). This podcast was produced by Hugh Bakhurst and Pernia Jamshed in the Allan Slaight Radio Institute at Ryerson University. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

The Emerald
Reissue: On Trauma and Vegetation Gods

The Emerald

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2023 73:17


Modern discussions on healing individual minds, cultural wounds, and painful societal histories now revolve around the word ‘trauma.' Yet addressing trauma is nothing new — traditional cultures across the globe have historically had their own forms of trauma work, without ever labeling it trauma work. For many cultures for many years, cathartic ritual practice that bypasses the conditioned mind has served multiple purposes as it regrows and re-patterns brains and bodies and communities. These ritual enactments, communal ecstasies, and group catharses — these weepings over the bodies of lost gods — are traditionally tied to something very specific… vegetation. There is a profound link between the myths and rituals of the old vegetation gods and what we might now term trauma work — because the cycle of vegetative birth, growth, decay, and death mirrors our own cycle. This episode explores the deep link between the repatterning of the nervous system — which itself is described in a language of trees — and vegetation, from the numerous studies that show the healing power of the presence of plants, to the plant medicines that are literally regrowing nerve tissues, to the old vegetation deities whose theatrical ritual enactments, repetitive singing and dancing, and relationship to altered states of consciousness are deeply tied to trauma repatterning. The stories and rituals of the vegetation gods reveal a language around trauma which does not vilify or sanctify trauma, or isolate it, or see it solely as something to be extracted or released, but rather addresses it as part of a larger network of patterning and repatterning, regrowth and assimilation, a greater cycle of nature. If we start looking through this ritual lens, we see ritualized trauma work everywhere in cultures around the world. And it doesn't always look like we think it would. Sometimes it even looks fairly… traumatic.Support the show

Untitled Beatles Podcast
UBP ESP: Our Red and Blue Album Reissue Predictions

Untitled Beatles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2023 49:18


Ice-T asked the question with which many Beatles fans wrestle on his 1988 hit, “Colors”: Red or Blue? Both double albums are amazing chronicles of the Beatles' chart hits and key album tracks. But they were assembled 50 years ago, and for their anniversary year, it's been rumored that both LP's will be reissued, remixed, and expanded! How do we know for sure? Well, it's like Ice-T said in his 1988 hit, “Colors” -  in arguably the most savage diss in rap history: “You don't know me, foooooool! You disown me? Cool”! #SavageAF This week, Tony & T.J. use the power of ESP to wildly speculate what essential Fab cuts will be added to each album. With music's 2nd greatest catalog from which to choose (#1 is Korn, obvi), would the Red & Blue Two make similar adds? There's only one way to find out! Send a check or money order to P3Z-Nutz! Or you could listen, I guess…because we also consider:

The King Hiro IndyCar Podcast with Kirby and Justin
King Hiro Indycar Podcast Ep 20 Season 4 (Reissue of Robin Miller Interview)

The King Hiro IndyCar Podcast with Kirby and Justin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2023 39:10


On the second anniversary of Robin Miller's passing.  We repost our interview with the Legend.  The world of Indycar and motorsports in general miss Robin greatly.  Kirby and I are extremely grateful that Robin took the time to speak to us in 2021 about his career and experiences.  The fact that he did, spoke to what a generous and humble man he was.  Enjoy this interview and spare a thought today for a great, great guy.- Justin

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
The Origins of the Security State (2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2023 22:43


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: Greg Marchildon talks with Dennis Mollinaro about his book An Exceptional Law: Section 98 and the Emergency State, 1919-1936 (University of Toronto Press, 2017). This podcast was produced by Sumeet Dhami and Pernia Jamshed in the Allan Slaight Radio Institute at Ryerson University. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
Reconsidering the Legacy of Vimy (2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2023 15:47


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: Greg Marchildon talks with Ian McKay (Wilson Institute for Canadian History) about his book (with Jamie Swift) The Vimy Trap: Or, How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Great War (Between the Lines, 2016). This podcast was produced by Hugh Bakhurst and Pernia Jamshed in the Allan Slaight Radio Institute at Ryerson University. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

FRUMESS
Glenn Danzig - Who Killed Marilyn Vinyl Reissue & Remixed | The Misfits who Walked Among Us Episode 68 | Frumess

FRUMESS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2023 80:27


Glenn Danzig has FINALLY reissued his first solo record Who Killed Marilyn? via Cleopatra Records and his own Evilive imprint. He initially recorded and released this 7 inch single while there was a lull in Misfits activity. Glenn plays on all the instruments for the title track as well as the B Side “Spook City USA.” Get it here: https://www.7thhouse.com/wkm-picturedisc https://cleorecs.com/store/product-category/_vinyl-record/ FRUMESS is POWERED by ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠www.riotstickers.com/frumess⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79  RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.patreon.com/Frumess ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠

Untitled Beatles Podcast
DELUXE REISSUE: Approximately Infinite Universe (1973)

Untitled Beatles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2023 75:15


Yang Yang! You've given me a Yang Yang! And we're thinking of Yoko…so we've decided to reach into our archives for a limited, deluxe remix/remaster/reissue/bonus Gnome edition of our vaunted 4th episode in 2020, where we deep-dished a Tony favorite: Yoko Ono's “Approximately Infinite Universe”! Did you know it's TWO albums? Well hell yeah, it is! Good for Tony. Butt, what about T.J.? Well, there are even more questions that must be answered, such a$:

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
The War Measures Act in Canada (2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2023 43:18


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: Patrice Dutil discusses the uses of the War Measures Act in twentieth century Canada with Xavier Gelinas, the curator of political history at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau and the co-author of Lost Liberties: The War Measures Act, published by the Canadian Museum of History. The discussion examines the origins of this legislation and its application during the First World War, the Second World War and during the October Crisis of 1970. The motivations of the various governments are examined as are the chief victims of the WMA: relatively new immigrants, Japanese Canadians during 1942-45 and dissidents. The WMA is also considered for what it reveals about Canadian political culture. Finally, the difficulties in rendering judgment are explored. This podcast was produced by Jessica Schmidt. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

Throwback Trivia Takedown
Ep. 162: Caroline Braunstein vs. Chris Bianculli (REISSUE)

Throwback Trivia Takedown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2023 33:17


Due to issues with the previous upload, we've decided to just reissue this one. Throwback Trivia Takedown takes trivia back to the glory days from the late 20th century to the early 2000's. Two challengers go head to head in a duel of the decades where the one with the most nostalgic knowledge of pop culture comes out victorious.  Do you know your nostalgia?  bfopnetwork.com

reissue braunstein throwback trivia takedown
Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile
Episode 27: Suicides and Skeleton Jazz (REISSUE)

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2023 41:17


In the midst of excitedly preparing for AWP 2017, we record this episode in which we discuss two poems by Rita Banerjee, “The Suicide Rag” and “Georgia Brown” This week's discussion both took us back and made sure that none of us would see the world the same way again. With images of breakdancing, gospel choir, and the not-so-innocent Georgia Brown, we were in it. Whether we're distinguishing jazz from jazz or figuring out what a clapper is, this episode is filled with risky moves. Join us in the campaign to have your local library carry lesser-known authors and small presses. Let us know what books you'll be requesting with #getsomebooks! Let's support libraries, small presses, and the authors who write for them. Make sure you follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and let us know what you think of this episode with #longandskinny! Stay tuned to hear about our AWP 2017 experience–we hope to see you there! And of course, most importantly, read on!   At the table: Kathleen Volk Miller, Marion Wrenn, Jason Schneiderman, Tim Fitts, and Sara Aykit Rita Banerjee is the author of Echo in Four Beats, CREDO: An Anthology of Manifestos and Sourcebook for Creative Writing, the novella “A Night with Kali” in Approaching Footsteps, and Cracklers at Night. She received her doctorate in Comparative Literature from Harvard and her MFA from the University of Washington, and her work appears in Hunger Mountain, PANK, Tupelo Quarterly, Isele Magazine, Nat. Brut., Poets & Writers, Academy of American Poets, Los Angeles Review of Books, Vermont Public Radio, and elsewhere. She is the co-writer of Burning Down the Louvre, a forthcoming documentary film about race, intimacy, and tribalism in the United States and in France, and serves as Senior Editor of the South Asian Avant-Garde and Creative Director of the Cambridge Writers' Workshop. She received a 2021-2022 Creation Grant from the Vermont Arts Council for her new memoir and manifesto on female cool, and one of the opening chapters of this memoir, “Birth of Cool” was a Notable Essay in the 2020 Best American Essays. She is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing and Director of the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.    The Suicide Rag Billy played ragtime on the church organ but we lunch hour kids, kept time by another name.  Behind St. Augustine's we learned to hit the pavement, sound like an anvil crack hammers hitting steel, Billy playing skeletons on the fifth, we arpeggioed haloed, froze on the black top.  Learning to cakewalk This was our battle— tar-mat babies doing handsprung suicides for the girls standing 'round with knife-like eyes That's all we needed— a rolling beat, a firing squad and schoolyard skirts scouring the lot as we fell face forward hands locked & stiff, the only thing that could've come between us was a kiss.   Georgia Brown Harlem had yet to be born, the globe had not been spun, but we knew how to whistle, how to call clappers and skirts on cue: That summer, we first met Georgia, she was an echo in four beats, we learned to hum her story. Mike played her with a licked reed but she was all brass, sharp like an abandoned railroad cutting through wild wood, and when she took stage, she made those trombone boys whisper, “Sweet Georgia, Sweet.”

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
Mi'kmaq Life before the Europeans(2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2023 23:06


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: Greg Marchildon interviews Matthew Betts, the editor and principal author of Place-Making in the Pretty Harbour: The Archaeology of Port Joli, Nova Scotia published by the University of Ottawa Press. Over the past decade, Matthew and his fellow archaeologists have been digging up artifacts at one of the richest Mi'kmaq sites in Canada. From this evidence, they have been reconstructing the pre-European contact history of the Mi'kmaq in Canada. In his research, Betts relied on the history on the region and people previously published by the Champlain Society. He explores the connection between archaeology and documentary history. This podcast was produced by Jessica Schmidt. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

The Spirited Actor
(REISSUE) The Spirited Actor - Honesty In Acting

The Spirited Actor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2023 38:11 Transcription Available


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2 Movie Jews
Reissue: Movies that Heal Our Grief

2 Movie Jews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2023 57:44


This month, Yechiel and his family said goodbye to his father, Rabbi Benyomin Hoffman, a lover of movies, an avid 2 Movie Jews listener, and the person who taught Yechiel how to make meaning out of everything, including movies.As Yechiel grieves for his father, we revisit an early 2 Movie Jews' episode from 2021  in which Yechiel and Jodi celebrate the lives of Yechiel's Grandfather, Harold, and Jodi's dear friend, Michael, and commemorate their passing by sharing about movies that heal our grief.We hope that in your times of need, when you are grieving a loss, you can turn to the movies as have, and maybe our podcast can be a comfort to you.Jews on Film can be found on Apple Podcasts and SpotifyFollow us on Instagram and Twitter @2MovieJewsKeep Track of Jodie and Yechiel's movie watching and listsby following Jodi's Letterboxd Yechiel's LetterboxdHosted and Produced by: Yechiel Hoffman and Jodi BermanTechnical Advisor: Vlad KustanovichLogo Design: Daria Lesnik HoffmanMusical Theme: Noel Berman

Music and more with Adam Nutter
Badlands on tour and reissue updates

Music and more with Adam Nutter

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2023 57:40


On this episode Adam and Pete talk about the Badlands On Fire art exhibition, plus the exciting news that Adam will be touring with Experiment 637 in October. Also discussed is The Music vinyl reissues and all the updates surrounding that so far. https://www.adamnutter.com/ Here is the ticket link for the tour!!

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
The Pre-History of Multiculturalism in Canada(2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2023 31:51


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: In this podcast episode, Greg Marchildon interviews Daniel Meister, the author of The Racial Mosaic: A Pre-History of Canadian Multiculturalism published by McGill-Queen's University Press in 2021. This book recounts the history of the concept of multiculturalism in the decades before the establishment of multiculturalism as an official policy of the Government of Canada in 1971. Meister examines this intellectual history through the thinking of three influential individuals: Watson Kirkconnell, Robert England, and John Murray Gibbon. In the process, they explore concepts such as scientific racism, citizenship and folk culture. A recent PhD graduate of the history department at Queen's University, Daniel Meister is currently an independent historian based in Halifax. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

Bizarre Albums
REISSUE: Brie Larson - Finally Out Of P.E.

Bizarre Albums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2023 18:24


This is a rebroadcast of a Bizarre Albums episode from 2021. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the show on Twitter & Instagram: @bizarrealbums Follow Tony on Twitter & Instagram: @tonythaxton

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile
Episode 19: The Dinosaur-Robot Episode (REISSUE)

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2023 52:42


July 2023 Update: Sarah is preparing to appear at the New York City Poetry Festival at the end of July. Sarah will read a poem and be interviewed as part of an appearance with the monthly poetry show "There's a Lot to Unpack Here". Sarah also has a new book of poetry, “The Familiar”, coming out from Texas Review Press in Spring 2024. Welcome to Episode 19 of Slush Pile! For this episode, we have two “creepy” poems submitted for our Monsters Issue by Sarah Kain Gutowski. While these poems, part of a suite, did not get unanimous votes, we all felt they enveloped us into a universe of magical realism. True to the tradition of scary stories, these poems demand to be read slowly, deliberately, and out loud. Additionally, Gutowski's work is more than simply scary. Like Kathy says, “Sometimes freaky shit happens,” and these poems force our team to consider the ambiguities of life, or pre-death, as Tim puts it. Listen to the outcome, but one thing is for sure: these poems are stronger together. Comment on our Facebook event page or on Twitter with #frogtongue and sign for our email list if you're in the area, and even if you're not! Read on!   At the table: Kathleen Volk Miller, Lauren Patterson, Tim Fitts, Caitlin McLaughlin, Jason Schneiderman, and Marion Wrenn   Sarah Kain Gutowski is the author of two books, The Familiar (forthcoming) and Fabulous Beast: Poems, winner of the 14th annual National Indies Excellence Award for Poetry. With interdisciplinary artist Meredith Starr, she is co-creator of Every Second Feels Like Theft, a conversation in cyanotypes and poetry, and It's All Too Much, a limited edition audio project. Her poems have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, The Threepenny Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, and The Southern Review, and her criticism has been published by Colorado Review, Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, and the New York Journal of Books.   Chapter VI: The Children Have a Request The season stretched itself thin, weakened by storms and heat. Inside the damp, shadowy space of the children's fort, the woman with the frog tongue wove baskets and bowls with tight, interlocked laces, while her silk stitches began to fray and lengthen. The gap between her lips widened to where the children could see the white of her teeth. They stared at her, sometimes; she saw them clench their jaws and try to speak to each other without moving their mouths. Before long they'd begin to laugh, and she'd shake with relief at the sound. Then one day, when the trees broke into glittering shards of gold and red and green, and light spun pinwheels above their heads as they walked together between the falling leaves, the girl looked at the woman and asked if she had a name. At this, the woman jerked to a stop. The old surge, the impulse to speak that rose within her belly and chest, overwhelmed. She wanted the girl and boy to know her name. Her tongue, rolled tightly and barred from moving inside its cage, strained against her teeth and cheeks, contorting her face with its rage. The boy stepped back when he saw the change on the woman's face. The girl moved closer, though, to pat the hand she held like she might a frightened kitten or skittish, fallen bird. Let's guess your name, she said. The woman's jaw fell slack, as much as the stitches allowed. Her panic passed away. The boy saw her relax and began to hop around. A game, a game, he chanted. Across her eyes the sun sliced its blade, and though her vision bled with its light, she felt cheered by the girl's hand and the boy's excitement. Aurora. Jezebel. Serafina, guessed the girl. Her brother laughed and grabbed a fallen branch, whacking the moss-covered roots of the trees surrounding them. The woman laughed, too, short bursts of air through her nose. Her happiness shocked them all. The boy laughed again, a raucous sound, and she looked the little girl in the eye. A curve tested her mouth's seams, more grimace than grin, but the girl smiled back and sighed with some relief. Then she reached toward the woman and pulled her close, until they were cheek to cheek. The girl's face, cold and smooth, smelled of the moss and earth her brother lashed and whipped with vigor into the air. The woman with the frog tongue hugged the girl loosely, as if those little shoulder blades were planes of cloud, a shifting mist she could see and feel between her arms but couldn't collect, or hold, or keep for her very own. The girl stepped back yet kept her hands by the woman's face. Her small, thin fingers hovered before the fraying threads. Why don't you take these out? she asked, as she touched each ragged end. At this the boy stopped his joyful assault of the trees and ran to see for himself what they discussed each night when walking home: her muffled, choked murmurings, the gray lattice unraveling across her mouth. He peered closely at each loose stitch, searching beyond her lips for whatever monster she'd locked so poorly inside. He found no monster, just a hint of pink tongue. So he shrugged, said Yes, and spun on his heel to resume his game. The girl jumped up and down, shouting: And then you'll tell us your name! The woman watched the boy whip tree roots free of moss, the tufts spinning into the air and separating, becoming dust, the dark green spores like beaks of birds that plummet toward the rocky earth without fear. She watched the girl's hair lift and fly away from her head, the wind dividing its strands, the way it hung, suspended like dust in the sun, then sank like spores: a sudden drop. She worked her mouth from side to side, and by degrees opened her lips enough to burble a sound that said: Maybe.   Chapter VII: She Grows a Second Heart That night she woke to find another oddity: during sleep her heart had split or twinned itself, and where one muscle pumped before, now beat two. Her blood coursed through her veins twice as fast as before, and over those paths her skin buzzed and stammered, like wire strung tautly between two poles and charged with load. As if she'd run for miles across rolling hills, as if inside her chest two fists beat time all day, beneath the bone she sped at death in the most alive way. The day crawled while her two hearts raced. Above the fire she set a series of clocks to ticking. She watched the flames, sometimes leaning close enough to feel the heat singe her stitches a deeper shade, their fibers scorching until they curled, like dark froth spilling from her mouth. But when her hearts began to flicker more, and faster than she could stand, she turned her eyes to the clocks' marked faces and drew comfort from the second hands' neurotic twitch. Every minute witnessed meant another minute lived. Beneath her breastbone her strange second heart pulsed harder. She sensed the muscle, like her tongue, would leap and fly away from her body if her body let it go. She took the silver-handled knife and incised a cross above the cavity where her hearts ballooned together, jostling for room and dominance. The flaps of skin, pale as egg shell, trembled slightly. A head appeared. A bird with obsidian eyes emerged wet with her blood, shook to shed its burden, and leapt toward the rafters above. She watched the bird and felt air seep into the space it left behind, her single heart unrivaled but lonely in its great room. The wound bled slowly, healing fast to a pale silver scar, flaps falling back to close neatly over the bone, which laid itself again like lines of track or scaffolding across her chest. The bird flew to the window's sill, and ticked its head to look back at the woman. A slight breeze, cool and calm, caressed its dark wings, and it leapt for the steady branch of that arm.

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts
The Psych Ward edition 161a – Sunday pirate prog show edition

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2023 138:44


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Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
The Canada-US border: a history of a fluid and unstable boundary (2023 Reissue)

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2023 36:12


Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: In this podcast episode, Greg Marchildon interviews Benjamin Hoy, the author of A Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border across Indigenous Lands. Published by Oxford University Press in 2021, Hoy's book is a history of the infrastructure, policies, and personnel that were put in place over the past three centuries to create a boundary between the United States and British North America and, subsequently, Canada after 1867. Hoy also examines the impact of this boundary on Indigenous peoples who lived on either side of this border, or on both sides simultaneously. A transnational historian and a dual citizen of both Canada and the United States, Benjamin Hoy is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

Bizarre Albums
REISSUE: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Coming Out Of Their Shells

Bizarre Albums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2023 21:46


This is a rebroadcast of a Bizarre Albums episode from 2020. Tony is on tour and will return with a new episode in 2 weeks. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the show on Twitter & Instagram: @bizarrealbums Follow Tony on Twitter & Instagram: @tonythaxton

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: Patrice Dutil discusses the life and military career of James Wolfe, the commander of British troops that conquered Quebec in 1759, with Larry Ostola. Ostola is the editor of the 2021 Volume of the Champlain Society entitled “Your Most Obedient and Affectionate Son”: James Wolfe’s Letters to His Parents, 1740-1759. Dutil and Ostola explore the quality and content of Wolfe’s letters to his parents as he details his rapid climb in the military, the people he meets and the places he visits. Ostola also offers a perspective on the development of Wolfe’s personality and on the task of editing these letters. This podcast was produced by Jessica Schmidt. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

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2 Movie Jews
Reissue: Tis the Season for Summer Movies

2 Movie Jews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2023 57:47


While Jodi and Yechiel are on a summer hiatus for travel and family time (and of course watching movies), they wanted to share one of their favorite episodes all about the summer movies they love.Jews on Film can be found on Apple Podcasts and SpotifyFollow us on Instagram and Twitter @2MovieJewsKeep Track of Jodie and Yechiel's movie watching and listsby following Jodi's Letterboxd Yechiel's LetterboxdHosted and Produced by: Yechiel Hoffman and Jodi BermanTechnical Advisor: Vlad KustanovichLogo Design: Daria Lesnik HoffmanMusical Theme: Noel Berman

The Church of What's Happening Now: With Joey Coco Diaz
The CHURCH #361 - DEAN DELRAY - Reissue - Recorded live 03/08/2016

The Church of What's Happening Now: With Joey Coco Diaz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2023 76:11


This is a Reissue of Episode #361 with Dean Delray. This Episode was Copyrighted on Youtube and marked and removed due to all of the music played throughout the Live Stream. We went through and removed the parts with the music and left the great conversation in between. Enjoy Church Family!   This podcast is ALWAYS presented by ONNIT!     Go to https://www.onnit.com & Enter PROMO CODE: JOEY, JOINT or CHURCH The Mind Of Joey Diaz is on PATREON: http://bit.ly/TheMindOfJoeyDiaz #JoeyDiaz #Madflavor #UncleJoeysJoint #TheJoint #TheChurch #DeanDelray #LeeSyatt

Two Broke Watch Snobs
Ep. #257 Things We'd Rather Spend $3,500 On. We're Looking At You, 62MAS Reissue.

Two Broke Watch Snobs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2023 79:14


Ep. #257 Things We'd Rather Spend $3,500 On. We're Looking At You, 62MAS Reissue. by Two Broke Watch Snobs

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The Hustle
Promo Mode - Mark Brzezicki and Tony Butler of Big Country Discuss the Deluxe Reissue of Driving to Damascus

The Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2023 61:46


Mark and Tony of the mighty Big Country are back to discuss Cherry Red's amazing deluxe reissue of their 1999 album, Driving to Damascus. In the late 90s, Big Country were finally starting to find their footing again after some years of reinvention and Damascus shows a ton of promise of where they might be headed. Sadly, it ended up being their last album with the core four guys. Mark and Tony are upfront about all of it. This reissue collects the original album as well as demos, the "Nashville Sessions", alternate mixes, and more. It's one of the band's strongest works. Here's the story.  www.bigcountry.co.uk www.patreon.com/thehustlepod

Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)

Welcome to Witness to Yesterday. This summer, we will be reissuing our top 10 episodes. We hope you enjoy revisiting these with us. The Witness to Yesterday team is working hard, and we're excited to bring you the next new season in September, 2023. Thank you for listening. Original Episode Description: Patrice Dutil examines the reach and impact of the Ku Klux Klan in Canada from its beginnings to today with Allan Bartley, author of The Ku Klux Klan in Canada: A Century of Promoting Racism and Hate in the Peaceable Kingdom, published by Formac. The topics include its beginnings in the 1920s as it was led by a combination of Americans and Torontonians and its particularly significant impact in Saskatchewan in the 1920s. The KKK is revealed as particularly anti-Catholic, anti-immigrant and anti-French as well as anti-Black. Though the KKK assumed a much lower profile after the Second World War, it has experienced a bit of a revival with the rise of the Internet. This podcast was produced by Jessica Schmidt. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.

The Unlocked Creative - Self-Publish, Self Publish a Book, Write a Book, Launch your Book, Market your Book

I want you to be clued-up about not just how to write and finish your first book, but how you get it out there, published, into the hands of your readers.I went into the vault and found this amazing little helper episode, way back in episode 107, to make sure you know what options are available for when you want to publish your book. Enjoy.  Connect:FB: The Unlocked Creative CommunityW: theunlockedcreative.comIG: @unlocked_creative

The Things We All Carry
Robbie Reissue

The Things We All Carry

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2023 75:48


One of the disturbing topics that Robbie and I discuss in this episode is how the insurance company is able to both deny his diagnosis of ptsd and then deny his application for life insurance based upon his diagnosis of P. T. S. D. You know that diagnosis..... they denied he had in the first place? This is but one example of how corporations treat individuals and are free to do as they please. Robbie's story should be alarming to all of us. The poor state of mental health awareness and care in our country is disturbing. It affects our country at a basal level which leads to a very universal effect. The state of our mental health care can be seen in our addiction rates, gun violence, homelessness, prison overcrowding, and so on. This conversation needs to be had and changes must be made.  

Bizarre Albums
REISSUE: Lenny and Squiggy Present - Lenny and the Squigtones

Bizarre Albums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2023 19:19


This is a rebroadcast of a Bizarre Albums episode originally aired in 2019.

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition
Episode 640: July 2, 2023

Brainwashed Radio - The Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2023 73:20


Episode 640: July 2, 2023 playlist: Cloudland Canyon (feat. Sonic Boom), "Future Perfect (Bad Decision)" (Cloudland Canyon) 2023 Medical Creep Show, "Matinee" (Yawning Abyss) 2023 Bella Union Dean McPhee, "The Second Message" (When the Frog from the Well Sees the Ocean (Reports from English UFOlklore)) 2023 Folklore Tapes Natural Wonder Beauty Concept, "Natural Wonder Beauty Concept" (Natural Wonder Beauty Concept) 2023 Mexican Summer Mona Mur, "Illusions" (Warsaw) 2023 Play Loud! Lea Bertucci and Lawrence English, "Geology Of Fire" (Chthonic) 2023 American Dreams soccer Committee, "Imagining you in the room" (heart / lamb) 2023 Morc John Fahey, "Evening, Not Night (Pt. 2)" (Proofs and Refutations) 2023 Drag City Matthewdavid, "Zithercelium" (Mycelium Music) 2023 Leaving Black To Comm, "Traum GmbH" (Alphabet 1968 (2023 Reissue)) 2009 Cellule 75 58918012, "Brainwave" (Blue) 2023 Syntes Sultan, "Yenilik (Part I)" (Sultan) 1996 Fax / 2023 Silent State Bendik Giske, "Rise and Fall (Beatrice Dillon remix)" (Bendik Giske) 2023 Smalltown Supersound Monte Cazazza, "First / Last" (Something For Nobody) 1980 Industrial Email podcast at brainwashed dot com to say who you are; what you like; what you want to hear; share pictures for the podcast of where you're from, your computer or MP3 player with or without the Brainwashed Podcast Playing; and win free music! We have no tracking information, no idea who's listening to these things so the more feedback that comes in, the more frequent podcasts will come. You will not be put on any spam list and your information will remain completely private and not farmed out to a third party. Thanks for your attention and thanks for listening.

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Sacred Realms: A Zelda Retrospective Podcast
Reissue - A Link to the Past Chapter 1

Sacred Realms: A Zelda Retrospective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2023 73:44


While we wait what feels like years for our copies of Phantom Hourglass to arrive, we decided to reissue an old episode to give all the new folks a taste of what we normally get up to!Support the show

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Shhh! Don't Talk About It
Oooh, Look At That Body (Season 1 reissue)

Shhh! Don't Talk About It

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2023 44:45


Summer has officially begun. Which made me think about bodies, body, body bodies. Right? Um, so we are going way back when to season one, episode four.  Ooh, look at that body.  And I chose this episode because we talk about all the things you, all we talk about our insecurities, we talk about some of the work that we've done to help with some of those insecurities and kind of. You know, just kind of open up a little bit about the industry. W what it means to like want to this body, whatever this is to you or means of for you, everyone has their own idea of what they like to look like and where the idea came from may not be so healthy. So we definitely talk about those things. And I thought it was relevant to bring it up now because it's summer and bodies are out and mine is out too! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

2 Movie Jews
Reissue: The Pixar Episode

2 Movie Jews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2023 47:04


With the recent release of the latest Pixar film, Elemental, we share this  reissue of the legendary Pixar episode with guest Mina Hoffman.Jews on Film can be found on Apple Podcasts and SpotifyFollow us on Instagram and Twitter @2MovieJewsKeep Track of Jodie and Yechiel's movie watching and listsby following Jodi's Letterboxd Yechiel's LetterboxdHosted and Produced by: Yechiel Hoffman and Jodi BermanTechnical Advisor: Vlad KustanovichLogo Design: Daria Lesnik HoffmanMusical Theme: Noel Berman

The HourTime Show
They're Selling a Vibe! (June 26, 2023)

The HourTime Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2023 37:08


 This week on The HourTime Show, the official podcast of WristWatchReview.com, John, Victor, and Nicholas break down ethics in watch journalism and take a look at a couple of new Timex releases including the World Time 1972 Reissue. Watch as we struggle to figure out how the bezel works before determining that, actually, It's Just A Vibe.Thanks once again to Andrew Haworth for his help producing this week's episode.A video version of this week's episode can also be found on YouTube.Follow the crew on social media:https://twitter.com/johnbiggshttps://twitter.com/vmarkshttps://twitter.com/nicholasadeleonhttps://www.instagram.com/wristwatchreviewCome hang in our Discord:https://discord.gg/AccJepsEn4Thank you, have a great week!#watches #timex #goodvibesonly #news  -Nicholas, Tucson, AZ, June 25, 2023

Shhh! Don't Talk About It
Power with Ambrosia Carey (Season 2 Reissue)

Shhh! Don't Talk About It

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2023 59:52


For this week's summer re-mix series Reyna chose "Power" from season 2 with the incomparable Ambrosia Carey from Successful Stylist academy. We could all use some inspiration and motivation as we head into summer and this episode has tons of it. Ambrosia's story starts with the birth of her first child when she was a teenager. Instead of letting that hinder her dreams, early parenthood pushed her forward. As a teen mom and a woman of color she became the owner of multiple successful businesses and has helped others achieve their dreams of doing the same. Along the way she learned her purpose is to educate and empower others to become successful no matter what life throws at them. Make sure to show your support and give this classic episode a listen. If you like what you hear from Ambrosia (especially if you work in the beauty industry) you can also tune into her pod Successful Stylist Academy on all platforms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In the Shift
Another Level Part 1: The Megachurch Playbook [REISSUE]

In the Shift

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2023 73:24


Episode 80: This is a first for In the Shift - a reissue of an older conversation! But in light of more stories, documentaries, investigations and interrogations of the megachurch story here in NZ, Australia and across the world in recent months, we thought it might be helpful to reissue the first podcast episode on our megachurch series - originally aired as Episode 55 in April 2022. Shane and I began talking about this because we both had history in these spaces, and there were stories hitting the mainstream about coercion, manipulation, burnout, abuse of power and just a litany of stories of people's lives being messed up through their experience in these kinds of spaces. In particular, here in New Zealand we were responding in real time to the stories from journalist David Farrier - but we also knew that the stories he was telling were not limited to one specific context, but were endemic across a whole stream of the contemporary church movement. So we began what was going to be a short series of conversations about this, and then it turned into a rather long series of conversations about all of this. So if you're new to In the Shift and you find this convo helpful, you can wind back to episode 56 and go with us on the journey. Here's the original blurb: ********* This episode is the first in a series of conversations between myself and Shane Meyer-Holt (who you may remember from way back in episode 3) as we respond to some of the deeply concerning stories emerging from megachurches in recent weeks and months. There are common themes found in the experiences of those who have suffered under the weight of pressure, expectation, bullying, harassment and abuse of power within these systems. Shane and I have been talking about this for more than a decade, having met while in the process of trying to extricate ourselves from the problematic church structures we had been deeply immersed in since our teenage years. Since then we have both explored very different ways of engaging in faith communities and ‘leadership'. But we have also continued to reflect on those things that make megachurches (or those following that model) so potent and effective. Effective at both the glories of success and growth but also at leaving a trail of pain and trauma - while managing to keep that suffering largely silent and under the radar (until now). This is the beginning of our processing ‘out loud' on these issues, dealing with themes that have in many ways been woven through the In the Shift podcast from the very beginning. If you want to get in touch to offer comment, question, story, insight, or to seek a bit of solidarity and support, you can get in touch with Shane and I via: feedback@intheshift.com

Shhh! Don't Talk About It
The B Word (Season 4 Pride Month Reissue)

Shhh! Don't Talk About It

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 79:49


Happy June/Happy Pride! For this week's summer re-mix we are reissuing our season 4 conversation about bisexuality with the team from Catcall Magazine . This was such a fun conversation, and also served as Megan's first official "coming out" on the pod. We wanted to reissue this one because at a time when anti-trans, homophobic, hate is spreading we think its important to center queer joy and queer thinkers and queer conversations. In this episode we cover: Coming out as bisexual Bisexual erasure and biphobia The importance of community organizing and building community to fight back against bigots. Thank you to the team for sharing your stories so openly! This was so fun for us! About Catcall: Catcall is a digital collective uplifting Midwest writers, photographers, and artists. We focus on telling important community stories through an intersectional feminist lens that call out and dismantle systemic inequalities; uplift and illuminate the experiences of women, non-binary folks, the queer community, and allies in the Midwest; and connect us all as we catcall back at the patriarchy. This week's guests are:  Kelcie McKenney, Editor-In-Chief / Founder Kelcie (she/her) is a writer, editor, and artist who is passionate about intersectional feminism, local activism, queer representation, and strengthening community. You can find Kelcie reading (probably smut or Twilight), talking astrology, hanging with her three-legged cat and four-legged dog, or trying to overthrow the patriarchy. Emily Park, Managing Editor Emily (she/her) is a Kansas City-based journalist, passionate about giving a voice to those who don't always have one. From news to features to business-to-business reporting, she's done it all. In her free time, you can find Emily reading (probably fantasy smut), playing board games with her partner, or cuddling up with her dogs and cat. Max Sheffield-Baird, Contributing Writer Max Sheffield-Baird (they/them) is a writer and marketing strategist who's passionate about racial and economic justice. Max is a parent of a rambunctious infant and is a student at Colorado State University and is expected to graduate in July 2021. In their dwindling free time (hello parenthood!), they enjoy podcasts, reading fantasy and non-fiction, and educating people on kyriarchy on the internet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Bible For Normal People
[Bible] Episode 248: Cheryl B. Anderson - The Ethical Impact of Biblical Interpretation (REISSUE)

The Bible For Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2023 48:39


In this episode of The Bible for Normal People, Cheryl B. Anderson joins Pete and Jared to discuss ethics, law, and how we read the Bible. This is a reissue of The Bible for Normal People Episode 173 from July 2021. Show Notes → Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Studies in Taylor Swift
REISSUE: Liveness and Performance in Three Versions of "All Too Well"

Studies in Taylor Swift

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2023 26:43


*This is an episode from the first three seasons of Studies in Taylor Swift, which ran from 2021-22. Although the entire podcast is no longer available, selected episodes will be regularly reissued.*Clio compares the short film of "All Too Well" to Citizen Kane, talks about the symbolism of hands, and makes some predictions about the year 2023. Studies in Taylor Swift is produced and edited by Clio Doyle. Cover art is by Finley Doyle. Music is by Audionautix. You can send questions or comments to studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com.

Studies in Taylor Swift
REISSUE: Taylor Swift and Consciousness (Christmas Tree Farm)

Studies in Taylor Swift

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2023 15:35


*This is an episode from the first three seasons of Studies in Taylor Swift, which ran from 2021-22. Although the entire podcast is no longer available, selected episodes will be regularly reissued.*In this podcast's heart is a Christmas tree farm where the people would come and cite Kierkegaard. Studies in Taylor Swift is produced and edited by Clio Doyle. Cover art is by Finley Doyle. Music is by Audionautix. You can send questions or comments to studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com.

Studies in Taylor Swift
REISSUE: Taylor Swift and Musical Theater Part 1 - Stephen Sondheim

Studies in Taylor Swift

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2023 20:37


*This is an episode from the first three seasons of Studies in Taylor Swift, which ran from 2021-22. Although the entire podcast is no longer available, selected episodes will be regularly reissued.*What does Stephen Sondheim have to do with Taylor Swift? Studies in Taylor Swift is produced and edited by Clio Doyle. Cover art is by Finley Doyle. Music is by Audionautix. You can send questions or comments to studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com.

Studies in Taylor Swift
REISSUE: Taylor Swift and Sound Studies (Our Song)

Studies in Taylor Swift

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2023 29:11


*This is an episode from the first three seasons of Studies in Taylor Swift, which ran from 2021-22. Although the entire podcast is no longer available, selected episodes will be regularly reissued.*Clio and Meredith discuss sound studies and what it can tell us about the work of Taylor Swift. Studies in Taylor Swift is produced and edited by Clio Doyle. Cover art is by Finley Doyle. Music is by Audionautix. You can send questions or comments to studiesintaylorswift@gmail.com.

The Dangerous History Podcast
DHP Bonus Ep. 18: Demolition Man: A Dangerous History Review (2023 Reissue)

The Dangerous History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2023 160:33


Way, way back in 2018, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of one of his all-time favorite films, CJ recorded a discussion & review of the excellent 1993 Dystopian scifi/action/comedy film Demolition Man with Joshua Perry, who was then still doing his now-late, lamented Dusty Den podcast. This was a bonus episode only for financial supporters of the DHP or the Dusty Den, & was not published on any public feed for either show. Now, in 2023, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the release of the film, CJ has decided to reissue this bonus episode on the DHP public feed for a limited time. Enjoy! Links Support the Dangerous History Podcast via Patreon or SubscribeStar! Kick in to CJ's still-ongoing Indiegogo campaign! Subscribe to the Dangerous History Podcast Youtube Channel! Get CJ's Dangerous American History Bibliography FREE! Hire CJ to speak to your group or at your event! Additional ways to support the show. CJ's DHP Amazon Wish List Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bible For Normal People
[Faith] Episode 16: Brian McLaren - The Four Stages of Faith (REISSUE)

The Bible For Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2023 60:12


In this episode of Faith for Normal People, Pete and Jared sit down with Brian McLaren to discuss stages of faith, the prevalence of doubt, and what paths to faith after doubt might look like. This is a reissue of The Bible for Normal People Episode 174 from July 2021. Show Notes → Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bizarre Albums
REISSUE: Chipmunk Punk

Bizarre Albums

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 17:01


Due to illness, this is a re-broadcast of a Bizarre Albums episode from 2019.