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The True Beauty Brooklyn Podcast

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About this podcast: Millennial estheticians and entrepreneurs, Elizabeth Taylor and Alix Shapiro, invite us in for a weekly conversation that brings the vibe of their Brooklyn beauty studio to life. Alix and Elizabeth are joined by experts, friends, and community members to answer listener questions about beauty and skincare that each one of us can relate to, host hilarious segments inspired by their diverse clientele, and share stories about living in a multicultural world. Its beauty school for all -- giving everyone the recipe for How To Be a Bad Bitch.

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To learn more about Korina and Relative Arts Studio, check them out at https://www.relativeartsnyc.com/ and on instagram at @korinaemmerich and @relativeartsnyc Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Sponsor: BetterHelp.com/TRUEBEAUTY for 10% off your first month of therapy Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Beauty baddies!! I know I always say this, but you all are just blowing us away! I am SO PROUD OF THIS EPISODE BECAUSE IT STARTED WITH YOU! That’s right, a beauty baddie took it upon herself to make REAL, TRUE, LASTING CHANGE through being apart of this dope, multicultural community of badass people who love beauty, and all that it entails. Today we are talking about prison reform, and the little ways that we can each take a step towards creating big change.  WE’RE SO PROUD OF YOU GUYS!!!!!!!!! To learn more about Charnay and Westchester Barber and Beauty Academy, check them out on instagram @westchesterbarberacademy To read the annual report that the incredible Brooke and her husband worked so hard to push for real prison reform and change in, click anywhere in this text. Page 39 begings the work of Brooke, her husband Emad and page 49 is where the incredible Dr. Zoe Thomas, assistant professor, at the University of Bradford and her work is cited.  To reach out to Emad to let him know he’s an official Beauty Baddie, you can reach him on twitter @PapaTalisman .  KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK BEAUTY BADDIES!!!!! Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars,  subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Hey Beauty Baddies! Today we are talking about prepping our skin for the winter. Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Mandy Ansari is a marketing executive, influencer, mental health advocate, and immigrant who is obsessed with the internet’s ability to make the world a smaller and more connected place. She is passionate about helping people feel less alone by creating safe space and community online. Mandy is on the core of Iranian Diaspora Collective—a non-partisan, multi-faith group that is inclusive of multiple backgrounds, gender and LGBTQ identity, and include leaders in business, media, entertainment, fashion, beauty, and more who have a combined social media reach of over 50M. To help keep this story in the media today we are speaking about The Iranian Women’s Right’s Movement. #womanlifefreedom  To learn more about Mandy, check out her blog girlandthe.com and on Instagram @mandy Links to Products Mentioned In Today’s Episode: Mandy’s “How To Talk About Iran 101” Guide Donate to bring media visibility for Iran Add your name to the UN letter for Iran Sign the amnesty petition for Iran The Iranian Diaspora Collective  Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com or CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Hey Beauty Baddies! Today we're talking all-natural deodorants! If you have never fallen in love with a deodorant, after today's episode we promise you will have several all-stars to keep you non-toxic and not smelly (even if you're a super sweaty baddie, like Elizabeth!). Links to the products mentioned in today's episode are below! Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com to book an appointment with Elizabeth,  or CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM to book an appointment with Alix. Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show! Necessaire The Deoderant Gel (fragrance free) :  Aqua/Water/Eau, Mandelic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Gluconolactone, Lactic Acid, Panthenol, Niacinamide, Glycerin, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Calcium Gluconate, Sodium Phytate, Benzoic Acid, Citric Acid KosasSport Chemistry Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Glycerin, Mandelic Acid, Polyglyceryl-4 Cocoate, Sodium Hydroxide, Shikimic Acid, Lactic Acid, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5, Hyaluronic Acid, Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Natural Fragrance CORPUS Natural Deoderant :  *Propylene Glycol, Aqua, *Sodium Stearate, **Alcohol Denat., *Glycerin, *Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate, Diatomaceous Earth, ***Parfum, Silica, *Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate/Succinate, *Propanediol, *Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside, *Citric Acid, *Glyceryl Caprylate, **Phenethyl Alcohol, *Polyglyceryl-5 Oleate, *Sodium Chloride, *Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, *Sorbitan Oleate Decylglucoside Crosspolymer, *Tapioca Starch, *Amyl Cinnamal, *Benzyl Salicylate, *Geraniol, *Hexyl Cinnamal, *Linalool

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Hey Beauty Baddies! Today we're talking all-natural deodorants! If you have never fallen in love with a deodorant, after today's episode we promise you will have several all-stars to keep you non-toxic and not smelly (even if you're a super sweaty baddie, like Elizabeth!). Links to the products mentioned in today's episode are below! Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com to book an appointment with Elizabeth, or CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM to book an appointment with Alix. Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show! Necessaire The Deodorant Gel (fragrance free) :  Aqua/Water/Eau, Mandelic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Gluconolactone, Lactic Acid, Panthenol, Niacinamide, Glycerin, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Sodium Benzoate, Calcium Gluconate, Sodium Phytate, Benzoic Acid, Citric Acid KosasSport Chemistry Aqua, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Glycerin, Mandelic Acid, Polyglyceryl-4 Cocoate, Sodium Hydroxide, Shikimic Acid, Lactic Acid, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5, Hyaluronic Acid, Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Natural Fragrance CORPUS Natural Deodorant : (we love you beauty baddies so much, that we got you a $5 off coupon if you purchase a corpus product through this link!)  *Propylene Glycol, Aqua, *Sodium Stearate, **Alcohol Denat., *Glycerin, *Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate, Diatomaceous Earth, ***Parfum, Silica, *Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate/Succinate, *Propanediol, *Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside, *Citric Acid, *Glyceryl Caprylate, **Phenethyl Alcohol, *Polyglyceryl-5 Oleate, *Sodium Chloride, *Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, *Sorbitan Oleate Decylglucoside Crosspolymer, *Tapioca Starch, *Amyl Cinnamal, *Benzyl Salicylate, *Geraniol, *Hexyl Cinnamal, *Linalool

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Today we are sharing what is easily our favorite conversation, with the incredible activist, actress, and singer, Yasmine Aker. We have been following the uprising and protests in Iran since the murder of Mahasa Amini a little over a month prior to the airing of this episode. The Iranian women, youth, and LGBTQ+ community are risking their lives for a chance at the liberties and freedoms that we have today. The freedoms these courageous people are fighting for are similar in many ways to the freedoms currently attempting to be stripped from Americans.  To help amplify the voices of these incredibly brave women and because this is not either of our cultures, we are here to support Yasmine’s voice and the story of the Iranian Women’s Rights Movement that is happening right now.  To learn more about Yasmine, please visit her Instagram page @iamyasmi Here are some accounts on Instagram, people can follow and amplify: @middleEastmatters    @sarahrmni   @golFarahani   @ranarahimpour_bbc   @collectiveforblackiranians @from___iran   @1500tasvir      Due to Sanctions its not possible to send any funds to Iran, but here are some fundraisers working for progress in Iran:  This is the GoFundMe fundraiser seeking to accelerate and prolong global visibility and coverage through billboards/mainstream media outlets: www.gofundme.com/f/FreeIranCallForMedia    People can also donate to the Tor Project to help restore the internet in Iran: www.torproject.org  People can share their VPN with Snowflake -- https://snowflake.torproject.org/ or Tooseh app www.tooseh.org    List of resources and petitions:   https://freeirancalltoaction.com/  www.iranhumanrights.org Demand that the United Nations urgently create an international mechanism to hold the Iranian Authorities accountable 1-212-963-7160 Call the United Nations Women’s Department 1-646-781-4400 Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com. Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com  Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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In this bonus episode, we deep dive into our favorite nostalgic TV shows from the 00s and 90s. Enjoy! Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast @truebeautybrooklyn @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person and virtual appointments with Elizabeth at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com and in-person appointments with Alix at www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.COM Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Hey Beauty Baddies! It’s summer vacation for us too, so we wanted to take it easy this week, and bring back a listener favorite: Psychic, Occult and Astrology Enthusiast, Vanessa Bartlett. We talk about intuition, and how we can learn to listen to ourselves, and better follow our intuition.   To learn more about Vanessa, check out her Instagram @theaquarean, and be sure to check out her weekly readings on her YouTube Channel The Aquarean. Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com  Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!

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Today we are teaching you how to answer the most important question that everyone looking to treat their skin needs to know before beginning their journey to gorgeous, healthy skin, and taking it all the way back to skincare 101. We promised you beauty baddies that we’d be helping you get your higher education this fall, and today is day 1: Analyzing your skin.  Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com . Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly  Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.TRUEBEAUTYBROOKLYN.com or www.CHEEKYBROOKLYN.com
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Cooking Issues with Dave Arnold

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75 Avg Episode Length: 63 min
Most recent episode: Dec 02, 2022 07:32 PM
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About this podcast: The new home for Dave Arnolds weekly show Cooking Issues, where he tackles listener questions on anything food and cooking related.

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Ben Schaffer and Garret Richard join the show to talk Tropical drinks and more. 


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No Tangent Tuesday: Thanksgiving Edition

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Craig Hutchinson from Olmo Kitchen joins Dave for all things bagels and beyond. Craig's bagels were Dave's top choice during this summers New York Bagel Fest. 


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It's all in the family this week as Wylie Dufresne, chef and owner of Du's Donuts, the former chef and owner of the wd~50 and Alder restaurants and Dave's brother-in-law joins the show.

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On another No Tangent Tuesday, Dave does his best to stay on track and answer listener questions.

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Legendary baker Rose Levy Beranbaum, author of "The Cake Bible", "The Cookie Bible" and more, joins this week's show to talk about her long and storied career and dig deep into baking.


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Tarajia Morrell joins Dave to have an in depth discussion about her book "SAVOR: A Chef's Hunger For More", which follows Fatima Ali, a young chef whose dreams were cut short after being diagnosed with a terminal illness. 


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This week on Cooking Issues, Dave is joined by Pastry Chef Michael Laskonis.


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Acclaimed chef Sean Brock joins this week's show and answers questions about Southern cooking, culture, cuisine and touches on his career shift to prioritize mental health and wellness in the ever demanding restaurant industry


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This week on Cooking Issues, we see the return of Nick Coleman, international olive oil expert, educator, speaker and co-founder of Grove and Vine, a bespoke full-service olive oil procurement center.

How should your olive oil taste? does smoke point matter? What's the best way to remove bitter taste components from olive oil?

Nick answers listener questions, hosts an on-air tasting and closes the show with a meditative musical performance. 


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The New Yorker Radio Hour

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About this podcast: David Remnick is joined by The New Yorker’s award-winning writers, editors and artists to present a weekly mix of profiles, storytelling, and insightful conversations about the issues that matter — plus an occasional blast of comic genius from the magazine’s legendary Shouts and Murmurs page. The New Yorker has set a standard in journalism for generations and The New Yorker Radio Hour gives it a voice on public radio for the first time. Produced by The New Yorker and WNYC Studios. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, On the Media, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin, Nancy and many more. © WNYC Studios

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Brian Cox and Robin Ince host a witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes.
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J. Michael Luttig is a retired judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals and a prominent legal mind in conservative circles, close with figures including Clarence Thomas and William Barr. On January 5, 2020, he got a call from Vice-President Mike Pence’s then-lawyer asking Luttig to publicly back Pence’s decision not to attempt to overturn the election the next day. Luttig tweeted that the Vice-President had no constitutional authority to stop the election, and suddenly the judge was thrust into the center of the crisis. Now Luttig is siding with Democrats as co-counsel on the Supreme Court case Moore v. Harper, which he tells David Remnick is “the most important case, since the founding, for American democracy.” At the heart of the debate is the independent-state-legislature theory, a once-fringe legal concept that Donald Trump and his allies believe should have allowed Pence to reject the popular vote in 2020. If the court adopts the theory, it could grant legislatures essentially unfettered authority to run national elections; they could not be challenged even if the election violated the state constitution. Such power, in the hands of a gerrymandered legislature, could be used to bypass the popular vote and appoint a new slate of electors, effectively empowering state lawmakers to choose a winner. The court will hear the case on December 7th.


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The veteran stage and screen actress Christine Baranski first became a household name thanks to her Emmy-winning turn on the nineties sitcom “Cybill,” and her Tony-award winning work on Broadway. But “The Good Fight” took her to another level. As Diane Lockhart, a Chicago attorney and diehard liberal, Baranski captured the tensions of the political moment of Donald Trump, and the show ended its run this month. Emily Nussbaum could barely contain her excitement when sat down with Baranski at The New Yorker Festival in 2018 for a wide-ranging conversation about Baranski’s career and the timeliness of “The Good Fight.”

This segment originally aired April 12, 2019.


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Quinta Brunson made a name for herself as a master of meme comedy and is a self-described “child of the Internet,” yet her ABC mockumentary series “Abbott Elementary” is an unabashed throwback to the sitcoms of her youth. Doreen St. Félix talked with Brunson at the 2022 New Yorker Festival about her influences and the everyday comedy of the workplace. St. Félix believes that Brunson has found “freedom in formula” when it comes to “Abbott,” which documents the lives of the beleaguered staff at a Philadelphia public school. “There is nothing that I could do,” Brunson says, “or [that] anyone can do that is more triumphant than someone going to their shitty job.” Writing in the wake of shows like “Black-ish,” Brunson relishes being able to center her story on Black people without addressing topical issues about race; the school is its own self-enclosed world. Just surviving, she thinks, provides its own form of liberation. So much has happened to Black people,” she says. “Why are we still here? . . . We really could have called it quits a long time ago, and somehow we just keep going. It’s crazy to me.”


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In the lead-up to this year’s midterm elections, many pundits expected Republicans to make significant gains among Latino voters, further eroding a base of support that Democrats have arguably taken for granted for decades. “What happened instead, as you know, is a more complicated story,” the contributing writer Stephania Taladrid says, one that both parties will be examining closely as 2024 approaches. Taladrid speaks with two political consultants, Chuck Rocha and Mike Madrid, to unpack the results. Rocha and Madrid co-host “The Latino Vote” podcast. Rocha, a Democrat, was a senior adviser to Bernie Sanders and Madrid, a Republican, was a founding member of the Lincoln Project

And Susan Orlean reads from one of her Afterword columns, about the long and fecund life of a tiger mother. “Unlike most tiger mothers,” she writes, “Collarwali was, in fact, a tiger.”


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Five years ago, reporting on the film producer Harvey Weinstein’s history of assault and misconduct opened the floodgates of the national reckoning with gender and power known as #MeToo. Three New Yorker critics—Alexandra Schwartz, Naomi Fry, and Vinson Cunningham—recently gathered to assess #MeToo’s impact on the culture more broadly. They discussed works like the new film “Tár,” the movie “The Assistant,” the fiction pieces “This Is Pleasure” and “Cat Person,” and more. Schwartz notes that #MeToo is not only an event in time but also a lens through which to tell stories about interpersonal relationships that have long been taken for granted.


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No self-respecting sports fan is naïve about the role that money plays in pro sports. But, by any standard, the greed and cynicism behind the World Cup are extraordinary. The cloud of scandal surrounding FIFA, the international soccer organization, has led to indictments and arrests on charges of wire fraud, racketeering, and money laundering around the globe. Headlines have been filled with reports of the deaths of workers who constructed the facilities. “People are normally careful enough not to leave a paper trail,” the contributor Heidi Blake notes. But she says, of investigating FIFA, “I’ve never seen graft and corruption documented in this kind of detail.” Blake speaks with David Remnick about “The Ugly Game,” which she co-authored with Jonathan Calvert, and how Qatar came to host the World Cup.


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The poet Safia Elhillo first found her voice onstage, performing in youth poetry slams in Washington, D.C., where she grew up, the child of Sudanese immigrants. She published her first collection in 2017, and in 2021 her novel in verse, “Home Is Not a Country,” was long-listed for the National Book Award. She’s now out with a new collection, “Girls That Never Die,” which she characterizes as her most personal and vulnerable work yet. It responds to some of the backlash she received online after her earlier work was published. “Before this book, I think I had really clear rules for myself about what I was and was not allowed to write poetry about. And my body was one of the things that I was not allowed to write poetry about,” Elhillo tells Dana Goodyear. “I think I really had to sit down and dismantle this idea that if I was polite enough, respectful enough, modest enough, quiet enough, silent enough—that nobody would ever want to do me harm.”


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Rudolf Vrba was sent to Auschwitz at the age of seventeen, and, because he was young and in good health, he was not killed immediately but put to labor in the camp. Vrba (originally named Walter Rosenberg) quickly discovered that the scale of the killing was greater than anyone on the outside knew or could imagine, and Jewish communities were being deported without understanding their fate. Jonathan Freedland chronicles Vrba’s story in his new book, “The Escape Artist.” The young Vrba had a “crucial realization, which is [that] the only way this machine is going to be stopped—this death machine—is if somebody gets the word out,” Freedland told David Remnick. Freedland recounts how, against terrible odds, Vrba managed to escape the camp, and provided direct testimony of the Holocaust that reached Allied governments.

This interview was recorded at a live event at the Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.


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The first season of “The White Lotus” won ten Emmy Awards and was a critics’ favorite. A dark satire of the privileged, the show chronicled the visit to a luxurious Hawaiian resort of a tech mogul and her family, a pair of newlyweds, and a single woman—all having the worst time of their lives—while the hotel manager goes off the wagon in a way both hilarious and harrowing. In Season 2, creator Mike White has moved the action to Sicily, and is focussing on gender roles and masculinity. White speaks with the staff writer Naomi Fry about his upbringing as the child of a minister, in a modest family in a wealthy community. “I hope that I’m not writing this show for the rest of my career,” White says. “But it does feel like, if you’re taking a snapshot, I am being true to the things that I’m thinking about right now.”


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Russell Moore, a prominent figure in the Southern Baptist Convention, resigned over the church’s response to racism—which Moore considers a sin—and documented sexual abuse allegations. The theologian sits down with David Remnick to reflect on the intersection of Christianity and American politics. “Jesus always refused to have his gospel used as a means to an end,” Moore says. “People who settle for Christianity or any other religion as politics are really making a pitiful deal.” Plus, the contributing writer Eliza Griswold reports on an energized movement of Christian nationalists aiming for statewide power in Pennsylvania. They believe that the authority to rule comes from God, not from a plurality of voters. “This isn’t about injecting Christian values into society,” Griswold notes, “this is about overthrowing secular democracy.”

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About this podcast: TED is a nonprofit devoted to ideas worth spreading. On this video feed, youll find TED Talks to inspire, intrigue and stir the imagination from some of the worlds leading thinkers and doers, speaking from the stage at TED conferences, TEDx events and partner events around the world. This podcast is also available in high-def video and audio-only formats.

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One billion people worldwide are living with a disability, and too many of them are left unemployed or feeling like they need to hide their conditions due to discriminatory hiring practices, says social innovator and TED Fellow Ryan Gersava. With a focus on healing and disclosure, he created an online school to provide people like him with the technical skills and employment aid they need to thrive. Now he's calling for every company to initiate efforts to welcome and support those with disabilities, creating a future of work that leaves no one behind.
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After his HIV diagnosis, former pro rugby player Gareth Thomas set out on a mission to tackle the stigma and shame that prevent people from getting the testing and care they need. In this empowering talk, Thomas shares his mission to demystify and redefine what it means to live with HIV -- and shares how each of us can normalize conversations around all vilified conditions.
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In crowds, at parties, meetings, get-togethers with friends, everyday interactions: social anxiety can show up as an unwelcome guest at any time. But why? Psychologist Fallon Goodman digs into the source of social anxiety, setting the record straight about this common condition with practical solutions to help you feel the most authentically "you" while out and about.
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With infectious energy, singer-songwriter Angélique Kidjo ties together the threads of her legendary career as a creative force and global activist. In conversation with journalist Femi Oke, she discusses how joy powers her music (and sings an incredible impromptu song), details her work spreading educational opportunities to women and girls across Africa and shares her belief that everybody has the power to tap into their potential.
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Neutrality isn't an option when it comes to the fight for personal and political freedom, says world-trotting journalist Christiane Amanpour. Offering context on some of the most significant stories impacting the world today, Amanpour details her experience covering the women-led protests ignited by the death of Mahsa Amini in Iran and shares insights on the war against totalitarianism in Ukraine, revealing realities missing from global reporting. (This conversation, hosted by TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers, was part of an exclusive TED Membership event on November 21, 2022. Visit ted.com/membership to become a TED Member.)
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Land thrives in Indigenous hands, and there are real, tangible ways you can help return what was stolen by colonizers from tribes across North America. Indigenous scholar Lindsey Schneider addresses the ill-gotten legacy of settler colonialism with an introduction to the Land Back movement: the push to return stewardship of the Earth to its rightful guardians and restore balance to ecosystems for generations to come.
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Bringing transparency to how a vaccine becomes a vaccine, Dr. Jen Gunter breaks down research, development and testing that makes these life-saving therapeutics safe -- long before they reach your local pharmacy. For more on how your body works, tune in weekly to her podcast Body Stuff with Dr. Jen Gunter, from the TED Audio Collective.
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As the child of Holocaust survivors and a World War II refugee herself, peace builder Georgette Bennett was stunned by the human toll and tragedy of the Syrian civil war. She got to work, bringing together historical enemies to build an aid pipeline from Israel to Syria -- a feat many considered impossible, but has since helped millions. Through this inspiring story of unlikely partnership, Bennett shares three steps for creating change and invites all of us to take action when we see someone in need.
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Can AI help us see beyond our human capabilities? Through a kaleidoscopic blend of technology, nature and art, neural artist Sofia Crespo brings to life animals that push the boundaries of creativity and imagination. Her artistic renditions of chimeras combine images of real-world endangered species to create something totally new -- with the intention of inspiring real-world conservation. Witness a speculative study of creatures that never existed, brought to life by AI.
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How much is one living blue whale worth in the fight against climate change? A lot more than you may think, says financial economist Ralph Chami. He explains the value of bringing the language of dollars and cents to conservation -- and offers his vision of a new economy that would profit off regenerating nature, not extracting from it.
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Fresh Air

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250 Avg Episode Length: 46 min
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About this podcast: Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radios most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with todays biggest luminaries.Subscribe to Fresh Air Plus! Youll be supporting the unique show you cant get enough of - and you can listen sponsor-free. Learn more at plus.npr.org/freshair

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Trevor Noah is stepping down as host of The Daily Show after seven years. We'll listen back to portions of two 2016 interviews with Noah, whose newest standup comedy special just premiered on Netflix.

Also, Justin Chang reviews The Eternal Daughter starring Tilda Swinton.

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In How the Word Is Passed, author Clint Smith explored U.S. sites that deal with the legacy of slavery. Now, in The Atlantic, he writes about German memorials to the Holocaust.

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Nobel Peace Prize-winning Filipina journalist Maria Ressa faced criminal charges in the Philippines after her news organization's reporting angered government officials. She has a new memoir called How to Stand Up to a Dictator.

Critic Maureen Corrigan shares her list of the best books of the year.

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Guardian journalist Luke Harding shares his experience reporting from Ukraine. "It's almost impossible to process," he says. "You can see a flourishing city of half a million people with ports, with restaurants, with live music, with culture, coffee — and now it's a ghostly ruin." We talk about how the war might end — and why the West needs to pay attention. Harding's book is Invasion.

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James Gray's new film was inspired by his childhood in Queens in the 1980s. Though his grandparents had fled antisemitism in Ukraine, his family didn't recognize their own biases against Black people. He talks about his life and the film.

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The hit parody artist "Weird Al" Yankovic talks about what made him weird — and bringing "the sexy back" to accordion. The new movie Weird, inspired by the story of his life, is a parody of music biopics.

TV critic David Bianculli reviews Wednesday, an Addams Familiy spin-off.

LA Times columnist Steve Lopez turned the issue of retirement into a reporting project, speaking to geriatric experts, a psychiatrist, a rabbi, plus people who had retired and some who refuse. His book is Independence Day.

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The Grammy winner got her start onstage as a kid, singing backup for an Elvis impersonator. Her memoir, 'Broken Horses,' is about her early life and the family of misfits she's built. "I think I'm starting to really feel sort of solid and loved in my world. Like maybe I've kind of finally found my place," Carlile says.

John Powers reviews the Polish film EO about a wandering donkey.

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This week marks the centennial of the birth of Charles Schulz, the creator of Charlie Brown and the beloved Peanuts comic strip. We'll listen back to our 1990 interview with him. Plus, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead talks about pianist Vince Guaraldi, who created the music for A Charlie Brown Christmas.

Also, Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck have recently been revived in the podcast, "Bugs and Daffy's Thanksgiving Adventure." We mark the occasion by listening to our 1989 interview with Jones, who died this year.

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Brooks wrote countless edgy jokes over the years, but he doesn't regret any of them. In fact, his only regret is the jokes he didn't tell. Brooks calls comedy his "delicious refuge" from the world. His memoir is All About Me! is now out in paperback.

David Bianculli reviews Wednesday, the new Addams Family spin-off.

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LA Times columnist Steve Lopez turned the issue of retirement into a reporting project, speaking to geriatric experts, a psychiatrist, a rabbi, plus people who had retired and some who refuse. His book is Independence Day.

Maureen Corrigan reviews Claire Keegan's Foster.
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All Of It

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208 Avg Episode Length: 22 min
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About this podcast: ALL OF IT is a show about culture and its consumers.

ALL OF IT is a show about culture and context.

ALL OF IT is a show about culture and the culture.

Our aim is to engage the thinkers, doers, makers, and creators, about the what and why of their work. People make the culture and we hope, need, and want the WNYC community to be a part of our show. As we build a community around ALL OF IT, we know that every guest and listener has an opinion. We won’t always agree, but our varied perspectives and diversity of experience is what makes New York City great.

ALL OF IT will be both companion for and curator of the myriad culture this city has to offer. In the words of Cristina De Rossi, anthropologist at Barnet and Southgate College, London:

Culture encompasses religion, food, what we wear, how we wear it, our language, marriage, music, what we believe is right or wrong, how we sit at the table, how we greet visitors, how we behave with loved ones, and a million other things.

...In other words, ALL OF IT.

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The new documentary "Sr." is a tribute to countercultural underground director Robert Downey Sr, produced by and featuring his movie star son. It is available to stream on Netflix today. Director Chris Smith joins us.

 

The intro was updated to correct an error. Chris Smith's co-producer Kevin Ford, not Smith, set up an editing suite and worked with Robert Downey Sr. in his bedroom.


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This week Spotify released it's popular "wrapped" feature, which shows users what artists and songs they spent the most time listening to this year. Joining us to talk about his personal top artists and tracks from 2022 is Charlie Harding, co-host and executive producer of the podcast Switched on Pop. Plus, we take calls from listeners who want to share their Spotify Wrapped results.


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The modern classic novel, The Hours, has been adapted for the big screen, and now it has been adapted into an opera. Kevin Puts, the composer, and Kelli O'Hara, who stars as troubled 1950s housewife Laura Brown, join us to discuss the adaptation, showing now at the Metropolitan Opera.


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Tomorrow marks the beginning of the knockout stage of the 2022 men's World Cup, as thirty-two teams have been reduced to sixteen. Brendan Hunt, who stars as Coach Beard in the series, "Ted Lasso," happens to actually be a massive soccer fan, and is also the co-host of the podcast, After the Whistle, which breaks down all the talking points, action, and controversy of this year's World Cup. Hunt joins to preview the rest of the tournament and take your calls.


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The new film "Nanny" from writer and director Nikyatu Jusu won the top prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Jusu joins us to discuss the film, which combines elements of African folklore with horror to tell the story of a Senegalese immigrant hired to care for a white child. "Nanny" is in theaters now and on Prime Video December 16.


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In 1986, writer Paul Monette lost Roger Horwitz, his partner of 12 years, to AIDS. In the months that followed, Monette wrote a cycle of poems capturing the love, grief and rage he was experiencing. Actor Jonah Scott Mendelsohn adapted the poems for stage and performs them in "Love Alone: Elegies for Rog." Tickets available here: https://www.lovealone-play.org/about-1


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Artist John Singer Sargent is one of the most celebrated American portraitists. But though in his private life he seemed a bit uptight, his work scandalized audiences wherever he went for their risqué themes and sympathy for marginalized groups. A new biography from Paul Fisher, The Grand Affair: John Singer Sargent in His Worldexplores the life of the artist.


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The film "Everything Everywhere All At Once" has become one of the highest grossing indie films of all time, attracting a dedicated fan base due to its inventive storytelling, excellent action sequences, and a grounding lead performance from Michelle Yeoh. But it is Stephanie Hsu who is the true scene stealer as Yeoh's daughter (and foe). Hsu joins us to discuss her breakout role and her career on screen and stage, and take calls from "Everything Everywhere All At Once" fans! The film is streaming now on HBO Max.


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A new pop jukebox musical imagines what might have happened if Juliet survived her love affair with Romeo... and if Anne Hathaway had more say in Shakespeare's plays. David West Read, the Emmy Award winning writer behind "Schitt's Creek," wrote the book and joins us to discuss, alongside Betsy Wolf, who stars as Anne Hathaway. "& Juliet" is on Broadway now.


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Director Jerzy Skolimowski's latest film follows a donkey named EO on a journey across European borders, through various owners and caretakers, encountering kindness and violence along the way. Skolimowski joins us with co-writer Ewa Piaskowska to discuss their Cannes Jury Prize-winner, "EO."

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Velocity of Content

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115 Avg Episode Length: 17 min
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About this podcast: The Velocity of Content podcast is produced by CCC, the global leader in content workflow and rights integration with 40+ years of experience providing solutions and copyright education for businesses and publishers. Featuring breaking news and thoughtful analysis from across the dynamic global content industry, CCC’s Velocity of Content is a platform for thought leaders and industry experts operating at the speed of content to share new ideas, observations, and knowledge and stay on top of emerging industry trends and challenges.

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On StrikeThe union action has received support from Harper authors and from the stage at the recent National Book Awards.

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College LibraryThe university library holds first a central role as a study space. With enrollment increasingly diverse, librarians and administrators see responsibility for making that study space into a welcoming place, too.

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TV DoctorSugar-sweetened beverages and COVID-19. Gun violence and teenage sex. What they share is that each can lead to dangerous health consequences. Data-driven science shows us how in each case, the cause leads to effect. The science, though, may not be enough to change minds and save lives.

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Library ShelvesIn the US election this month, books bans and public school teaching restrictions remained hot button issues, according to Andrew Albanese, Publishers Weekly senior writer.

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CourthouseFor a close reading of Judge Florence Pan’s ruling to block Penguin Random House’s proposed acquisition of Simon & Schuster, CCC’s Chris Kenneally spoke with Michael Cader of Publishers Lunch.

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CourthouseWith one especially dominant firm in the market, there would be fewer bidders for book rights with negative impact on negotiations for those rights.

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Student Reading EbookThe trick to making ebooks accessible and even beautiful is to think of them as software, says Jens Tröger, Bookalope founder.

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CourthouseUpon review of the extensive record and careful consideration of the parties’ arguments’, the government successfully showed that the effect of the proposed merger, ‘may be to substantially to lessen competition' in the market for the U.S. publishing rights to anticipated top-selling books.

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College Students In LibraryPublishers and universities are developing innovative business models for publishing and selling textbooks to help more students afford college in their chosen fields of study.

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Hardbound BooksSupply chain issues have troubled book publishers since the pandemic began over two and a half years ago. As 2022 nears its end, the logistics gremlins are dramatically showing up in the bottom line.
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About this podcast: Join the hosts of Add to Cart, comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack and veteran journalist SuChin Pak, in a subversive take on consumerism. Each week, they have honest, revealing (sometimes TMI) conversations about all the big and little things they’re adding to, or removing from, their carts. They decide whats worth the monetary/emotional investment, and whats not. From beauty products and health trends, to celebrities and philosophies they’re passionate about, our hosts dig into anything we buy into and what it says about who we are.

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It’s October and as the common phrase goes, October Scary brings Christmas Merry...at least for Kulap and guest host (and actress, writer, podcaster) Casey Rose Wilson. The two share their weekend experience going to not one, but two Christmas stores. Plus, a gift in itself, comedian and writer Sophie Santos joins to talk about her biggest Game Changer. 

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A completely new way to clean your hair! Try the "new wash" today and get 15% off using code ADDTOCART at www.hairstory.com

Listen. Is it a coincidence that shortly after Ku and Su did a two-part shower routine, celebs started tweeting about how they don’t bathe their children or wash their hair? We’re not sure, so we’re trying it out again, but this time with sleep. Get cozy and put on your sleep uniform (are you a Ku, with a soft mini dress? Or are you a Su, clad like a 1920’s newsboy?) Let the aunties take you right to zzz land. 

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The producers of this series wanted to share Lemonada Media’s new release with you. It’s called Uncared For. You’re more likely to die as a pregnant person in the United States than any other wealthy nation in the world. Why? This six-part series, hosted by award-winning journalist SuChin Pak (Add to Cart, MTV News), takes a deeply personal and wide-ranging look at maternal health care around the globe to find the answer. We start in the United States then travel to Germany, the Netherlands, and Costa Rica to see what works and what desperately needs to change.

In the first episode of Uncared For, we’ll hear from health equity researchers, birth providers – like the postpartum doula who was there for SuChin – and Black mothers who have been dismissed and misdiagnosed in our broken system of care. How did our system end up like this? And what does this crisis tell us about how our healthcare system stacks up globally?

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This week Ku shares her newest picks for a fresh face of makeup – just what we need for springtime – and no part of the routine is left out. Then Ku and Su share a sleuth of books and movies that remind us why representation, of any kind, matters in media. Whether it's seeing people that look like you or reliving a universal experience (like puberty, agh), stories that diversify narrative while unifying the human experience are important to support, and this episode is jam-packed with them!

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Ku – make that MAMA Ku, is officially back!! Ku and Su catch up on life with baby Emerald, who arrived during her mother’s peak szn (a.k.a the holidays). That also means it’s time to check in with the gift-giving master Paul Scheer. Santa Scheer is back with gift guide 3.0, nerdy edition, which includes everything from collectible Blu-Ray movies to banana-dressing board games. Plus, he’s got a hot tip on how to prepare for the unexpected gift scenario. 

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Raised by Ricki is another Lemonada series that we know you’re going to want to add to cart.In the 1990s, a generation of kids, teens, and young adults got home, kicked off their sneakers, and settled down in front of the TV to watch Ricki Lake. Hosted by Ricki herself alongside TV personality and digital creator Kalen Allen, Raised By Ricki revisits the 90s iconic talk show, The Ricki Lake Show, and the era to which it belonged. Part rewatch podcast, part cultural retrospective, and mostly hilarious, join Ricki and Kalen each week along with cultural icons like John Waters, Rosie O’Donnell, and Andy Cohen, past producers, former guests, former audience members and more.Cameras, real people, and no script. Anything could happen. Sounds like The Ricki Lake Show – and reality TV! In the episode you’re about to hear,  Ricki and Kalen are joined by Andy Cohen, executive producer of “The Real Housewives” and “Watch What Happens Live!” Andy talks about his lifelong love of reality TV and talk shows, the inspiration behind “The Real Housewives,” and how he first became a host. Plus, Ricki dishes on her time as the headmistress of “Charm School.”

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Ku and Su are taking a stroll down memory lane (or more accurately, the memory shopping aisle) and bringing back some of their favorite carts from past guests. Remember the irreplaceable Laneige lip mask, courtesy of Michelle Collins? Or the one thing minimalist David Walton can’t go without? Producer Claire joins them to revisit these and so much more. Look no further for the ultimate cart roundup. 

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When gift shopping for someone else, you just gotta get a little something-something for yourself. Sometimes multiple little something-somethings. Su is joined by friend of the show Majandra Delfino to play “One for You, Five for Me,” and the results are hilarious and inspiring. Majandra is determined to reconnect with herself using high-end stationary and modernized lanterns, while Su is channeling her inner French girl aesthetic. From bluetooth speakers to Moon Juice to Lacoste tracksuits, they’ve got something for you and everyone on your list... but mostly you. 

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Can you believe we’ve made it to our one hundredth episode? And to celebrate, the Aunties are keeping it 100 with the items they 100% guarantee. Ku raids her closet to find the brands she swears by like Reformation and Farm Rio, while Su gives a greatest hits rundown of the skincare items that stay in her routine. The chaotic energy on display over the last 99 eps is in full force today! Plus, we announce the winners of our giveaway!

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Our guests this week have seen it all — and swatched it all! Jill Dunn and Carlene Higgins, hosts of Breaking Beauty, do the hard-hitting hair, makeup and skincare research so you don’t have to. They’re going beyond the hype to give us the truth behind TikTok’s trending products like the K18 hair mask and the Dyson AirWrap. Plus, we’ll hear why Jill is removing the “clean girl aesthetic” from her cart. We are taking allll the notes.

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The Bob Lefsetz Podcast

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233 Avg Episode Length: 102 min
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About this podcast: Bob Lefsetz is the author of “The Lefsetz Letter.” Listen to his new podcast where hell address the issues at the core of the music business, internet, and the world at large.

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Gina hopes that we can learn more about who and what our spirit is to help live a kinder and easier life that you prefer in a fun and effortless way.
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There's a new documentary about John Waite, "The Hard Way." We discuss the film as well as John's career. John is an artist who never stops creating, he's a true believer, you will find him intriguing.

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Talking to Electronic Arts' President of Music Steve Schnur was the highlight of my week, and I'm not even a gamer! It made me excited about music. It made me envy his job. Listen and you'll get excited too! (And learn plenty!)

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Linda Ronstadt has a new book, "Feels Like Home," about the Sonoran Borderlands where she grew up. We talk about her youth, Lucy's El Adobe, meeting musicians and making records, politics...

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AOL cofounder Steve Case has a new book entitled "The Rise of the Rest" about the startup scene outside Silicon Valley, New York and Boston. We discuss startup culture, the companies Steve has found and invested in, and his personal history and the history of AOL.

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W. David Marx is the author of the new book: "Status and Culture: How Our Desire for Social Rank Creates Taste, Identity, Art, Fashion, and Constant Change." He posits the dearth of quality new music comes down to status. We discuss this and other implications of status in society. Put your thinking cap on!

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David Paich is the primary songwriter, keyboardist and a vocalist in Toto. He also co-wrote Boz Scaggs's "Lowdown" and "Lido Shuffle," and worked on Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and too many other records to count. David talks about what it was like growing up the son of legendary Hollywood arranger Marty Paich, what it's like working your way up in the business, on the road with Sonny & Cher and in the studio, and the success of Toto. Paich has just released his first solo album, "Forgotten Toys," we talk about the record and so much more!

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"New York Times" reporter Joe Coscarelli's "Rap Capital: An Atlanta Story" is the definitive book on today's rap scene. Whether you're a fan of rap or not, you need to read "Rap Capital: An Atlanta Story" to understand the culture, not only where the rappers come from, but how they make their impact and cash. This is the story of what is happening now!

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How to Sell Art: The Abundant Artist Podcast

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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of “the starving artist” and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

 

Joining the podcast today is Dan Cleary, a professional portrait and fine art photographer living in Dayton, Ohio. As the owner, operator and photographer of Cleary Creative Photography studio, Dan has served the Dayton region for more than 30 years. He works with various clientele from individuals, families, and small companies to fortune 500 corporations. Additionally, Dan has written and published the book, Wright Brothers: Then and Now, a compelling visual tribute to the pioneers of flight.

 

In this episode, Dan shares about his journey in discovering his passion for photography, how he came to open his own photo studio and build a client base, and the process of creating his newly published book.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] How Dan Cleary got started in photography.

[7:54] Dan’s photography journey post-grad school; How he came to learn his strengths in photography and open up his own photo studio, Cleary Creative Photography.

[10:44] About a recent large client of Dan’s.

[13:05] Where Dan grew up and his strong connection with Dayton, Ohio.

[17:55] About Dan’s photography series and book, Wright Brothers: Then and Now, and how he seamlessly blended historical images with the modern-day images he shot.

[25:22] How did Dan orchestrate such a large project both logistically and financially?

[29:13] How Dan managed his travel logistics and international flights for this project.

[33:36] Dan shares his experiences with marketing and getting his Wright Brothers book on the shelves.

[41:33] Why relationships are crucial in any business – especially art – for return customers.

[43:20] Cory thanks Dan for joining the podcast!

 

Mentioned in This Episode:Cleary Creative Photography

Cleary Fine Art Photography

Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment

Wright Brothers: Then and Now, by Dan Cleary

 

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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of “the starving artist” and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

 

This week on The Abundant Artist podcast, Cory is thrilled to be joined by a return guest – Patricia Vargas! The last time Patricia was on the podcast was about 5 years ago – and suffice to say, a lot has changed since then! If you don’t already know Patricia, she is the owner of the renowned Parima Studio. Currently residing in Chino, CA, with her husband and tabby cat, Arya, Patricia is a visual artist who combines her passions of painting, designing, and technology to create large-scale, custom, abstract art using her computer as her canvas.

 

In this episode, Patricia shares what has changed for her since she was last on the podcast, how her art career has evolved, what her experience was like during the pandemic (and how she has adapted to these changes), and what she does day-to-day to balance her business practices while minimizing distractions. Patricia also offers some advice to other artists who may be interested in getting started in the digital art space and what they can do to market themselves online!

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] Cory welcomes Patricia Vargas back to the podcast!

[:56] What Patricia has been up to for the last five years since she was last on the podcast and how her art career has evolved.

[3:00] What Patricia loves about creating digital paintings.

[3:45] How Patricia’s “nerdiness” shows up in her professional career as a digital painter.

[5:35] How Patricia is selling her digital paintings as prints online.

[7:05] Patricia explains what a general licensing deal looks like for her.

[8:09] Films that Patricia’s work has appeared in.

[8:49] How does Patricia license her work to a hotel? What does that process look like?

[10:40] How did Patricia build up relationships with art consultants?

[12:07] Patricia shares how she got started in being featured in a variety of magazines.

[13:25] Would Patricia agree that blogging in 2010 is what social media is today?

[14:09] How blogging helped Patricia get featured in magazines, in turn, helping her be noticed by art consultants.

[15:32] Does Patricia still do acrylic painting outside of her career with digital painting?

[16:25] Patricia’s favorite tools and technology for digital painting!

[17:37] The difference between the iPad Pro and the XP Pen Tablet.

[18:34] Does Patricia have any favorite Procreate toolsets?

[19:34] What Patricia likes about the XP Pen Tablet.

[20:11] What is the desktop device that Patricia connects her tablet to?

[21:30] How Patricia pivoted and adapted during the pandemic as a digital artist that sells their prints online.

[25:23] How Patricia balances her day-to-day business practices and minimizes distractions.

[27:53] Why has Patricia cut down on which social media platforms she focuses on?

[28:59] How Patricia leverages Pinterest and Tailwind to get leads.

[31:47] How Patricia tracks profitability with her ads.

[32:55] What books is Patricia reading right now?

[36:26] Patricia shares about a new exciting road opening up for her and her business.

[39:49] Cory thanks Patricia for joining the podcast once again!

 

Mentioned in This Episode:The Abundant Artist Podcast: “Managing a Successful Print Studio with Patricia Vargas

Patricias Etsy Shop: Parima Creative Studio

Patricias Instagram: Parima Studio

Patricias Website

Procreate

Apple Pencil

iPad Pro

XP Pen Tablet

Adobe Photoshop

Corel Painter

Creative Market

Epson Printers

Pinterest

Tailwind

The Dutch House, by Ann Patchett

 

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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of “the starving artist” and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

 

Joining the podcast today is Creative Director and Set Designer, Marina Skye! Skye does freelance set design and creative projects for restaurants, recording artists, designers, and clothing stores – just to name a few. Her creative designs have caught the attention of the fine art world; platinum recording artist, Jidenna; the infamous Stankonia studios; 2Chainz’ Street Execs, Mike Will’s Studio; and many more!

 

In this episode, Skye shares her journey as a creative professional and set designer, how she began building out her portfolio when she was first starting out, the exciting doors she has opened from always being open to new challenges and opportunities, the business side of how a set design project works from top to bottom, and what’s to come for the future of her business as she moves onwards and upwards!

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] How Skye developed their aesthetic as an artist.

[2:02] About Skye’s background and their pathway as an artist.

[3:15] What Skye studied in college.

[3:29] Skye’s first job out of college and what led them to transition out of it and create their clothing line.

[6:18] How Skye began to develop a portfolio for their set design through decorating parties.

[8:06] Why Skye was OK with working for free while building her portfolio.

[11:28] How Skye’s free work transitioned into paid work.

[16:05] Skye shares about the sorts of opportunities that became available to her after her 6-month nightclub set design project.

[17:47] About Skye’s 3-month set design project, the Trap Music Museum.

[20:55] Skye breaks down the business side of how a set design project works.

[21:45] How the process of working on set design looks like from top to bottom.

[23:30] How Skye builds her mood boards and mockups for her clients.

[25:21] Who pays Skye when it comes to set designs for artists – the label or the artist themselves?

[25:55] The challenges of building set designs to be taken apart and put back up on the daily for touring artists.

[27:55] What Skye is excited about right now as an artist.

[29:50] How did COVID impact Skye’s business?

[32:35] Where to find Skye’s work online!

[33:17] Skye’s plans for the future on how to possibly expand her business.

[35:07] How Skye delegates in her business without being directly hands-on with all of her set designs.

[36:05] Cory thanks Skye for joining the podcast!

 

Mentioned in This Episode:Set by Skye

Set by Skye on Instagram

Trap Music Museum

Candytopia

 

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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of “the starving artist” and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

 

Joining the podcast today is one-of-a-kind artist, Genesis Be. Genesis is a critically acclaimed poet, peace activist, and artist from Biloxi, Mississippi; with her work being featured in The Associated Press, New York Times, NY Daily News, Soledad O’Brien, and VICE. Often using theatrical protest during her live performances, Genesis brings attention to both the global and localized issues surrounding racial justice, the peace movement, queer visibility, and gender equity. Her goal with her art is to bring human dignity to the forefront of our divided world; to advocate for compassion, vulnerability, and the burning need for freedom.

 

In this conversation, Genesis highlights and calls attention to the importance of artistic expression from the soul; the connection between activism and art; her personal story of growth, expression, and exploration as an artist; and why it is that she does art. Genesis also shares insights on the importance of trying new things and getting messy, finding the balance in making money while staying true to yourself and discovering solace in solitude.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] Genesis Be shares about her love for the people of Mississippi and why she sees it as part of her mission to spread the message of love about the people in her state.

[2:40] Genesis highlights examples of what makes the Mississippi especially resilient and inspirational.

[4:47] How Genesis would describe her art.

[6:16] How Genesis’s artistic expression differs in the various mediums she expresses herself in (such as art, music, poetry, theatre, etc).

[11:52] Genesis describes what an NFT is and why she began to engage with the blockchain as an artist.

[14:34] The importance of trying new things as an artist and not being afraid of getting messy.

[15:00] Genesis shares about her favorite videogame.

[16:58] About the powerful and important activism work Genesis has been doing throughout her life.

[22:09] Why Genesis paints stick figures that interact with barriers; her artistic mission statement.

[27:49] Genesis’s insights into why our youths’ mental health is eroding and the main drivers at play.

[32:21] Genesis’s experience with finding solace in loneliness and solitude.

[36:00] How writing played a key part in Genesis’s journey early on.

[37:50] The difference between art on social media vs. in person.

[41:24] How Genesis makes a living and supports herself financially as an artist.

[43:29] Genesis’s advice to other artists on making money.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis Be

Mississippi Rising Coalition

VyZen

We Are Mississippi | Theo Sutton Interview

Genesis’s activism work featured:

The Associated Press

New York Times

NY Daily News

Soledad OBrien

VICE

 

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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of “the starving artist” and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

 

Returning to the podcast today is Flora Bowley! Flora is a painter, pioneer, permission-giver, and author of four books: The Art of Aliveness, Brave Intuitive Painting, Creative Revolution, and Fresh Paint. She believes that creativity has the power to awaken, empower, heal, and transform; and that you have everything you need right now to reignite your creative fire.

 

Blending over twenty-five years of professional painting experience with her background as a yoga instructor, healer, and lifelong truth seeker, Flora shares her advice for creating art intuitively, letting go, and rediscovering your love of art (without getting caught up in the technicalities and perfectionism). She speaks about what we can do to get unstuck, how she guides artists through artistic exploration in her retreats, her wisdom around staying connected to your creativity, and more.

 

If you’ve been feeling the pressure around creating art and are struggling to let loose, have fun, and reconnect with why you began creating art – this episode is for you! As a retreat leader and guide for other artists, Flora has incredible insight into what it takes to reignite your love for creating and connecting to your artistic expression.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] Cory welcomes Flora back to the podcast!

[:52] Flora shares what she has been up to since her last appearance on the podcast.

[2:55] About Flora’s new retreat center.

[5:05] What kind of retreats has Flora historically led? How have the retreats that she runs now shifted? Why does she love doing retreats?

[12:40] Flora shares what she believes the purpose of art is, and how she guides artists in creating raw, beautiful art from their souls.

[14:37] Bringing the art of creativity to non-artists. Flora’s advice on reconnecting to the love of simply creating without getting caught up in the technicalities and technique.

[19:37] What inspired Flora to buy her own retreat center? What inspires her to do this work?

[26:22] The silver lining of the pandemic with regards to creating, change, and community.

[28:27] About the two books that Flora published during the pandemic.

[30:26] Flora shares what it was like to transition from writing about painting to writing about ideas for her newest book.

[34:23] About Flora’s painting book that she released during COVID, Fresh Paint.

[37:03] The artist paradigm.

[41:01] Cory’s book recommendations.

[42:04] What art may come out of the great resignation? Why are artists and non-artists craving simplicity?

[45:19] What mindfulness looks like to Flora and how she engages in it.

[47:50] How does Flora exercise/move outside of creating?

[50:18] Where to learn more about Flora.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:Flora Bowleys Website

Flora Bowleys Books

Brave, Intuitive Painting Careers with Flora Bowley” – Episode 5

What Its Like to Sell 100,000 Paintings with Jose Trujillo” – Episode 43

Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, by Greg McKeown

Effortless: Make it Easier to Do What Matters Most, by Greg McKeown

 

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“I realized that stopping before I was done, especially with the process-oriented thesis where I'm not completely in control. I'm like in peripheral control of what's. Not all mine. That leaves room for the viewer to come into it when everything's locked down and every detail is nailed down. I find that work can often be less engaging. If it's got a little space where you can enter into its imperfections maybe, or it's question marks. That seems to go along well with the idea of being process-driven.” – Blair Vaughn-Gruler

In this episode of The Abundant Artist Podcast, we are joined by Blair Vaughn-Gruler, Blair makes paintings that are driven by procedure and process. Accumulation, repetition, erasure, and the physical motions made in the process of mark-making harken back to her many years practicing martial arts and foreground the body’s relationship to painting.

A Michigan native and New Mexico transplant, Vaughn-Gruler has been obsessed with painting since childhood. Her spare, non-objective compositions are exercises in organizing space. Even when shapes or lines repeat themselves to excess, a calm arises out of the chaos.

As the conceptual love child of Cy Twombly and Agnes Martin, Blair (born in 1955) makes paintings to reconcile her early modernist training with the lived experience of the information age.

She holds a BFA in painting from Northern Michigan University and an MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College of Fine Art. She and her husband Ernst Gruler were owners of GVG contemporary located in Santa Fe, New Mexico which has represented evolving abstract and non-objective Arts, fun, figurative, and functional sculpture and are carefully curated for the past 10 years.

Join us as Blair, discusses her process-driven works, sharing her thoughts on how art makes her evoke emotions, dealing better ways with gallery owners, and tips for taking yourself seriously as an artist. Let’s tune in to her story!

[00:00 - 12:13] A Conversation Between the Media and The Artist: A Process-Driven Work

  • Painting helps you organize your brain chemistry.
  • How it becomes a process-driven work and a conversation between an artist and its medium.
  • Blair describes how her work responds to her and vice versa.
    • She responds emotionally and intellectually
    • The media responds through her process as shown by mark-making.
  • Blair answers how she decides to finish or abandon a piece that is processed.
    • She exhausts all resources. And makes sure to leave a room for the viewer to come into
    • She believes when every detail is nailed down, it would be less engaging than those of that who has

A little imperfections and question marks around it.

  • Artist observes that this accessibility comes from the physical sensation of the work, which helps evoke emotion.
  • She shares her breakthrough moment when they were in graduate school and how felt engaged with her paintings
    • “I actually felt like I took them in through my body instead of my intellect” – Blair Vaugh-Gruler

[12:14 - 24:10] How to Work Better with Gallery Owners

  • Working with galleries can be difficult.
  • Blair shares tips for avoiding rejection in the Art World.
    • Research to find out if the gallery is interested in artists and if they have a submission process
    • Be ready with a good body of work and be willing to put in the effort to build a relationship with the Gallery.
  • The Many Costs of Running a Gallery and can be difficult to make a profit.

[24:11 - 31:40] Expenses of Being an Artist

  • Living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Blair points that there are many expenses associated with being a successful artist in the city.
    • Payroll,
    • advertising
    • networking fees.
    • Shipments and insurance
  • It’s important to established a good gallery relationship if you want to be successful.
  • A good gallery will have salespeople and administrative staff as well as researchers to help you choose the right art pieces for your gallery.

[31:41 - 35:31] " Discovering the Art Genealogy of Your Favorite Artists”

  • Genealogy is a passion of Blair
  • Blair’s journey into abstract expressionism was influenced by artists like Jackson Pollock
  • For the author, following the lineage of an artist is important to gaining confidence in one's own work
  • Blair recommends reading books or watching films about the artists mentioned in the show.

[35:32 - 38:22] Closing Segment

 

Key Quotes:

 

“You can put water media on there and it's going to suck the pigment into the clay, but you can't control it. So that's what makes it a conversation like I do this, it does that. I go, oh. That's not what I meant. Okay. Now I have to do this and now it does that. And that's where the conversation comes from. That is the fun part for me” – Blair Vaughn-Gruler

 

“You have to do some research. you have to figure out where you might want to be.” - Blair Vaughn-Gruler

 

“I think it's easy to get too focused on the commodity factor, The commodity, getting the physical object and, getting that sold to sort of throwing the baby out with the bath water, because what everybody's looking for in the making and the collecting. Are sort of the connection and the intangible glimpse into the mystery of creativity” – Blair Vaughn-Gruler

Resources mentioned:

Agnes Martin

https://www.moma.org/artists/3787

Jackson Pollock

https://www.moma.org/artists/4675

See Blair Vaughn-Gruler works at gvgcontemporary.com

The Abundant Artist exists to dispel this notion and teach artists like you about all of the other ways that you can make a living from your art.

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Visual artist and entrepreneur Najee Dorsey is known for embracing southern roots in his work by relaying scenes of African American life in the south on canvas. He began his journey as an artist at the age of five, selling his artwork to his mother for candy. From that point on, Dorsey continued making art as a favorite pastime.  In his work, as Najee chronicles moments in Black life throughout history, he maintains that “stories untold are stories forgotten”

 

Far from the days after dropping out of art college, and becoming uncertain about his future in the arts, Najee has forged a successful career as an artist, being featured in numerous solo and group museum shows, television broadcasts, and print publications. As well as these accomplishments, he has skillfully combined his creative edge, and business acumen to develop a steadily growing online community that documents, preserves and promotes the contributions of the African American arts community. 

 

Let’s tune in to his story!

 

[00:01 - 07:07] Opening Segment

 

  • The Poor People’s Campaign
    • A children-centered campaign that brings conversation on environmental racism and injustice
    • The connection of the Poor People’s Campaign with the Civil Rights Campaign

 

[07:08 - 17:55] Black Art in America

 

  • BAIA: A community and resource in one
  • How BAIA has grown and created its own culture and impact in the art community and society
  • There’s a space for everybody in black art
  • Creating legacies, leaving an impact to the world 

 

[17:56 - 29:34]  Building Art Communities and Leaving an Impact

 

  • Tangible level community building
    • Najee’s vision for BAIA’s headquarters
  • Building Communities for Black Artists
    • Utilizing space and bringing more culture in America
  • Participative theaters and galleries 
  • Coming Soon for BAIA: School Arts Education 
  • Walking around the neighborhood and engaging with people on the ground

 

[29:35 - 38:00] The Creative Economy

 

  • Najee remembers creative spaces during his childhood
  • The Art in Najee’s Home
  • Why commerce kills creativity
  • Widen your lens and look at people from another perspective

 

[38:01 - 45:01] Closing Segment

 

  • Najee shares how to support artists of color
  • Challenges in the organizational side 

 

Connect with Najee through Instagram.  Visit Black Art in America or you can also go to his personal website and be a part of our mission of documenting, preserving, and promoting the contributions of the African American arts community.

Thanks for tuning in!  

 

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“As an artist, there are times where we have to lend our creative energy to something that could be so much more impactful or bring attention to an area that needs so much attention.” - Najee Dorsey

 

“People want to create and they want to be supported. And so part of that has to do with what the artist may naturally be interested in.” - Najee Dorsey

 

“If we could find more ways to be more giving, more loving, and more supportive, it doesn't take big things all the time to do that.  That's how we build, that's how we grow. That's how we share and can love on each other and build a community that we all can be proud of want to be a part of.” - Najee Dorsey

 


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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of “the starving artist” and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

 

Multidisciplinary artist Zeph Farmby joins the podcast today to share his journey as an artist from tagging on the streets to selling his shirts in major stores, being noticed and commissioned by A-list clients, creating original pieces for broadcasts worldwide, and showcasing his work in exhibitions. Combining his graffiti skills with his formal art education, Zeph’s unique art style stands out in the crowd.

 

In this episode, Zeph shares about the major influences in his life and art, how he stays true to art, his experiences with getting a formal art education, his entire art journey, and his advice to young artists on how to build a sustainable art business that allows you to make a living.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] How Zeph and Cory first met.

[1:46] Would Zeph describe himself as a “collage artist”?

[2:37] How Zeph first got started as a graffiti artist.

[6:03] Zeph explains some of the culture and terms of graffiti.

[13:05] Major influences on Zeph’s style and how his art journey led to where he is today.

[17:45] Zeph’s journey from not being able to sell a T-shirt at the local flea market to having his shirts solid in one of the hottest stores in Chicago.

[27:43] How wanting a hat influenced Zeph and his art in a major way.

[31:49] Zeph shares about his journey and development of marrying his two styles together.

[40:13] Zeph shares more about his art journey after moving out of Chicago and one of the pivotal pieces he created that helped him not only stand out in the crowd but get noticed by big-time music producer, Swizz Beatz.

[49:48] Zeph shares his experiences and experimentations with art exhibitions and installations in Chicago and New York from 2016 onward.

[54:30] Zeph’s business breakdown and his main sources of income as an artist.

[56:16] Zeph’s advice to young artists on how to build a sustainable art business that allows you to make a living.

[58:08] How does Zeph manage to balance murals, originals, commissions, merchandise, etc? Is it difficult or enjoyable to switch between these different aspects of business?

[1:00:09] Cory thanks Zeph for joining the podcast.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:Zeph Farmby

Clubhouse

Mr. Brainwash

 

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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of ‘the starving artist’ and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

This week, Cesar Biojo joins the podcast! Cesar is a Barcelona-based Colombian oil painter and co-founder of Kaleido, an online network that supports artists, collectors, and art galleries alike.

In their conversation together, Cesar shares about his process of creating his unique existential artwork, why existentialism fuels his work, and his invaluable advice on growing as an artist, becoming a better communicator, delving deeper into your work, and discovering your purpose. He also shares about Kaleido, its mission, and its fascinating augmented reality feature that allows users to virtually explore an artist’s gallery.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] Why Cesar often quotes Sartre alongside his work.

[6:04] How did Cesar find/create his purpose?

[10:55] How Cesar creates his work and how the concept of existentialism influences his process.

[14:44] How art and therapy collide.

[17:19] Cesar’s advice to young artists around the intersection of therapy, making a career of art, and inspiration.

[19:28] Cesar’s tips for growing and exploring as an artist.

[21:40] Why being able to explore existentialism, emotion, and philosophy can make you a better communicator but not necessarily a better artist.

[22:48] Cesar’s insights on whether or not you need a formal education to “make it” as an artist.

[24:22] What Kaleido is, what its mission is, and why Cesar is a part of it.

[28:47] About the augmented reality feature that is unique to Kaleido

[30:00] Cesar’s involvement in Kaleido and how Kaleido protects artists.

[33:06] Cesar’s predictions on NFTs.

[35:44] Cesar discusses the progression and future of augmented reality.

[39:55] Where they are planning on heading with Kaleido regarding augmented reality.

[42:50] Where and how to learn more about Kaleido.

[47:25] Cory thanks Cesar for joining the podcast!

 

Mentioned in This Episode:Cesar Biojo

Instagram @CesarBiojo

How Cindy Sherman Redefined Self-Portraiture

Kaleido

Ready Player One (2018, Film)

Minority Report (2002, Film)

Neuromancer, by William Gibson

 

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Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of “the starving artist” and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time.

 

This week, Cory welcomes Jose Trujillo to the podcast! Jose is an impressionist painter that is one-of-a-kind in that he has been selling his art on eBay for over 10 years and has sold over 100,000 original art pieces online. Considered a modern Monet, Jose’s art has been described as “dream-like,” fast-paced, musical, and a “fantasy of colors.”

 

Jose shares both the highlights and the lowlights with his experiences of selling his artwork on eBay, how he keeps up with selling only original paintings online, his personal approach to painting, his journey and discovery with impressionist painting, and his unique philosophy on “finding the gems in the volume.”

 

Key Takeaways:

[:30] Cory welcomes Jose Trujillo to the podcast!

[:47] Cory reads a quote about Jose on his website.

[1:28] Jose shares his experiences with selling his art on eBay for the last 10 years.

[5:22] Why does Jose consider himself “not known” in the art world even though he’s sold over 100,000 art pieces in the last 10‒12 years?

[7:10] Jose shares about his 4,000 square foot art studio space and his team behind the scenes.

[9:56] Why and how Jose only sells original artwork, and the system he created to keep up with his eBay sales.

[12:25] Where does Jose’s work ethic come from?

[14:41] Why Jose and his wife opened a clothing shop.

[16:14] When and why did Jose begin to sell his art on Craigslist?

[20:21] Jose shares his thoughts on Cory’s theory on whether or not impressionist artists are more willing to approach different ways of selling.

[23:22] How and why Jose learned how to paint and why impressionism, in particular, interested him.

[31:22] When did Jose begin to paint? How did he initially start practicing?

[33:38] Jose’s philosophy on “finding the gems in the volume” regarding art.

[35:22] What Jose’s schedule looks like now vs. earlier on in his career.

[36:16] Jose explains the quote on his website, “To see without the interruption of thought.”

[40:30] How Jose feels about his current work/life schedule.

[42:00] About Jose’s regular gratitude practice and how it helps him with his art.

[45:30] Cory thanks Jose for joining the podcast.

 

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Jose Trujillos Youtube

Video of how Jose created his messaging on Craigslist

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Cooking the Books with Gilly Smith is the winner of The Guild of Food Writers Best Broadcast or Podcast Award 2022, and was shortlisted for Fortnum and Mason Best Podcast 2022.

Its about all of life from climate change to culture and politics to people through the prism of food. Its for foodie book lovers who want to hear something more profound about the way we live, making the link between delicious food and the impact of food production on the land - through books.

Hear how A-lister food writers have changed the conversation about food as Gilly talks through their four chosen food moments from their latest books. As she joins the dots between stories from the old country and food identity, plant-based recipes and climate change, she shows how a deeper connection with food really could save the planet.

Listen to all your favourite food writers from Claudia Roden to Yotam Ottolenghi, Tom Kerridge to Anna Jones, Gill Meller to Olia Hercules, Dan Barber to Raymond Blanc as Gilly finds whats cooking in the minds of our food writing stars.

Do support the podcast by subscribing, and PLEASE leave a review. You can do this by clicking HERE for the link to Apple Podcasts, click on Listen on Apple Podcasts under the show title and then click on Rating and Reviews! Thank you so much.

You can buy all the books at a discount from Cooking the Books own shop at Bookshop

For more information and to join the mailing list, visit Gilly Smith

Cooking the Books with Gilly Smith is rated in the top 3% of global podcasts by ListenNotes and in the top 40 of food podcasts globally by FeedSpot

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Gilly Smith is also the presenter of the delicious. podcast and Leons How to Eat to Save the Planet which was highly commended in the Guild of Food Writers Awards 2021. She won the Investigative Food Work Award for Right2Food podcast for The Food Foundation in the same awards.

She also produces The Big Table for Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming, and is the multi-award winning author of Taste and the TV Chef: how storytelling can save the planet (Intellect Books 2020)


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This week, Gilly is with the queen of the Fowl Mouths supper club, BBC Good Food contributor, co-director of the British Library Food Season and now, author, Melissa Thompson.

Her debut cookbook, Motherland is the story of the Jamaica that was her father’s family home. As she traces its history through its food, she uncovers the stories of its people, its struggles and its resourcefulness - as well as its delicious food.  


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This week, Gilly is with chef Tim Anderson who holds a unique position as cultural commentator on Japanese food culture in Britain. He's a chef, a Masterchef winner, the author of six books on Japanese food and a regular on Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet, yet he grew up in Wisconsin. Gilly digs deep to draw a line between the dots as they discuss his latest book Japanesy: Bowls and Bento.

Through Cooking the Books' four food moment format, Tim explains his love of conbini, the Japanese convenience store where all of life can happen, and how to recreate it in your own home.


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This week, Gilly meets travel writer, Sylvie Bigar whose article about the rich history of the South West French cassoulet inspired a personal investigation into her often toxic family history and her own love affair with food. Cassoulet Confessions is a food memoir which takes us deep into where a love of food can come from, however dark the path.

A New Yorker brought up in a 'mini Downton Abbey' on Lake Geneva, Sylvie's story is of class, nostalgia and dysfunctional family life. As we follow her across the history of both family and what she finds under the crust of the mystical cassoulet, we get a tale of two sittings – the folklore and status of the cassoulet itself, and a potent dish of family secrets and hidden heritage. 


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This week, Gilly's with Prue Leith to talk about her new book Bliss on Toast which elevates the simplest of pleasures into the most delicious meals.

Her journey in food makes her look like a gourmet version of the Bisto kid, sniffing her way from her Michelin restaurant in London’s starched 60s through, to taking on the catering at British Rail, through Leiths School of Food and Wine to Bake Off, aged 82.  And she’s written 12 cookbooks and 7 novels. Gilly asked her to put her novelist hat on and take her back to the Paris of the late ‘50s where she was an au pair, and ask that young woman what she thinks of her latest book.


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This week, Gilly is slowing right down for a meditation on cooking and eating in An Everlasting Meal by former chef at Chez Panisse, Dan Barber’s researcher and Vogue journalist, Tamar Adler. 

The book which first came out in 2011 has clear echoes of Tamar’s hero, MFK Fisher with its poetic message of resilience and personal power, and its gentle humour is particularly resonant in these challenging times.  Her former boss, Alice Waters writes in the introduction: ‘It’s a beautifully intimate approach in cooking as a narrative that begins not with a list of ingredients or a tutorial on cutting an onion but with a way of thinking. It’s a book to sink into and read deeply’.


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This week Gilly is talking the culture and politics of food with Hugh Fearnley-Whitingstall. His latest River Cottage book, Good Comfort is about tweaking our favoruite recipes with healthy extras, saving the pennies and losing a few pounds. 

It’s also about food memories and generations of family recipes, rooting those cottage pies and weekend pancakes in who we are. And as we navigate our way through a douuble whammuy of climate and obesity crisis, it couldn’t have come at a better time. But as we chatted on the day Liz Truss was just about to step down at PM, I suggested  that he cou;dn’t have known that the cost of living was going to add to those massive challenges


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This week, Gilly is talking about Italy through the stories of its Pasta Grannies with Vicky Bennison

Vicky won a James Beard award in 2020 for her first Pasta Grannies book based on the super homey Youtube series which has won the hearts of millions of viewers. Her work in international development in countries like Russia, South Africa, and Kazhakstan has given  her an anthropological lens through which to look at the role of the nonna.

She introduces us to four of the Pasta Grannies through her food moments, and explains why their stories tell so much more than how to knead the dough.

And if you fancy learning to cook, Leiths is offering a discount for Cooking the Books listeners. To get 10% off the Essentials online course that Gilly has been doing over over the last 6 months, go to leithsonline.com/courses/essential-cooking Click ‘enrol’ on course page and apply the code: GILLY10 at checkout


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This week, Gilly is at the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen in North London. This is the hub where the Ottolenghi books and recipes are born to talk, and Gilly's here to talk about Extra Good Things, the latest book after Shelf Love from the OTK stable.

Gilly chats to Noor Murad and the team of international chefs and writers who make the magic happen: Gitai Fisher, Verena Lochmuller, Chaya Pugh, Jens Ferdinand and Clodagh McKenna

Noor is the lead guitarist in this fabulously international band and the voice in Extra Good Things which sets out to future-proof our cooking with pickles, sauces and pastes to flavour bomb our leftovers. With the climate and cost of living crises forcing us to build our resilience skills, it couldn’t come at a better time.

And if you fancy learning to cook, Leiths is offering a discount for Cooking the Books listeners. To get 10% off the Essentials online course that Gilly has been doing over over the last 6 months, go to leithsonline.com/courses/essential-cooking  Click ‘enrol’ on course page and apply the code: GILLY10 at checkout


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This week Gilly is with Urvashi Roe whose journey from Gujerat through London’s estates to Bake Off and her first book, Biting Biting celebrating the snacking culture of her Gujerati family is a fascinating story of modern Britain. 

And don't forget that Leiths Online is offering a discount for Cooking the Books listeners. To get 10% off the Essentials online course that Gilly is on, go to leithsonline.com/courses/essential-cooking , click ‘enrol’ on course page and apply the code: GILLY10 at checkout.


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This week, Gilly puts Jamie Oliver’s new book One: Simple One-Pot Wonders to the test with 20 year old Food Foundation food ambassadors, Rabiya and Jani who work with her on the Right2Food podcast

Rabiya and Jani are part of a team of young people from across the country who report for the Food Foundation’s podcast from the front line of food insecurity, having grown up in Huddersfield often not knowing where their next meal came from.  Now students – Rabiya of Law at Lancaster and Jani of Sport Therapy at Loughborough, they’re having to pull their resilience skills out of the bag to deal with the cost of living crisis. Gilly asks if Jamie’s book could help.  


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About this podcast: It was only a matter of time! Join costars Tom Welling (Clark Kent) and Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor) as they take you behind the scenes of one of the greatest shows of all time, Smallville. With this weekly dose of nostalgia you will get an inside look at what it was like to film each episode and hear fun facts that only those on set could tell you! Tag along with Michael and Tom to revisit the iconic series that changed the way you look at one of America’s favorite superheroes!

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That flew by fast… This week Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum review Episode 21 of Smallville, the Season 1 Finale, TEMPEST. From tornado effects, to a Remy Zero live performance, and fighting Luthors, this episode has it all. Not only do the guys review the series’ first cliffhanger episode, but we also leave our rewatch on a bit of a cliffhanger as well. This is the first part of a two part Finale Extravaganza!! Next week we have a highly anticipated guest, give our scores for Tempest, and then review some of the fan voted ‘Best Of’ Season 1 moments. Enjoy! ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsor: 🛡️ Policygenius: https://policygenius.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as they share their pinhole point of view on this week’s review of Smallville Episode #20: OBSCURA. The guys grapple with the suspension of disbelief surrounding this particular FOTW episode and explore the drama surrounding the “Clana” vs “Chlark” relationships being developed. Tom fondly remembers the technique to some of the oners in this episode and finds flaws with some of the logic with Clark’s powers we see. Michael realizes what he’s been signing all these years and has issues with Jonathan Kent being too obvious in this episode. BIG finale next week. Don’t miss it. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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We couldn’t wait to have him on… Join Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum as we dissect the double entendres in Smallville Episode 19 (Crush) with a very special guest: Glenn Winter. In his first of many appearances he’ll have with us, Glenn talks about the impact Smallville had on his young career, his favorite directors throughout the series, and some nostalgic behind the scenes stories. In our review of Crush, Tom talks about the grounded performance of Adam Brody and Clark’s complicated relationship with Lana. Michael sheds a tear for Principal Kwan and remembers how he got out of the funeral scene. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Join us this week as Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum review Smallville Episode 18: Drone… with a very special guest. The guys discuss the A storyline of the Bee storyline and try to grapple with the suspension of disbelief this close to the end of Season 1. Michael gushes over his admiration for Principal Kwan, Tom defends his ‘every four episodes’ theory, and both guys get schooled on the art of Smallville podcasting. Fun episode this week, let us know what you would score this one!! BIG thank you to Zach Moore ( @alwaysmallville ) for joining us this week! Give the guy some love over on his show!! ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsor: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Join us this week as we find out if Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum can get through a review of Smallville’s Episode 17: Reaper before disintegrating into ash. The guys talk about a new collective all time low in the rewatch and analyze the episode’s themes of losing loved ones and reconciling with your father. Tom remembers pivotal choices where Schneider really carried and why he was annoyed sometimes while shooting a sports related scene. Michael pokes at the confusing conveniences in this episode and talks more John Glover love. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsors: 🛡️ Policygenius: https://policygenius.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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We’ve talked about him in just about every episode so far - it only made sense to have him on as a guest… This week we’re joined by the one and only Greg Beeman: show runner, director, and glue to the early success of Smallville. Beeman talks about coming into the show during the chaos of Season 1 and remembers moments during the early days behind the scenes that cemented the show in his heart forever. Not only that, but we also review an episode! This week we tackle Episode #16: Stray. Tom and Michael remember working with Ryan Kelley, the limo stunt that went wrong, and Smallville getting into some pretty brutal attack scenes. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum explore the deepest desires of Smallville in Episode 15: Nicodemus. After remembering certain issues with directors on set, the guys dissect the different ‘out of character’ performances from John Schneider, Kristin Kreuk, and Sam Jones III whose characters fall under the spell of the Nicodemus. Tom remembers Kristin’s reaction to the pool scene and how the crew managed safety concerns of the windmill shots. Michael talks about one of the most memorable performances from Annette O’Toole in this episode and how Lex continues to conveniently miss Clark in action. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsors: 🍽️ https://www.hellofresh.com/talkville65 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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What would you do with zero consequences… This week we explore that concept in Episode 14 of Smallville: ZERO. The guys revisit a Lex heavy, flashback frenzied episode that almost featured the very own Neil Patrick Harris. Michael remembers the Lex hanging upside down scenes causing a bit of a health scare and the one scene that caused a stuntman to quit on the spot. Tom remembers what it was like working with iconic guest stars who made appearances in the series and tricks of the trade in executing some of the Smallville oners. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsors: ❤️ Betterhelp: https://betterhelp.com/talkville 🤝 Indeed: https://indeed.com/talk 🛡️ Policygenius: https://policygenius.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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We kick things into motion this week with Episode #13: Kinetic. Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum revisit the ‘kryptonite tattoo’ episode and remember the uncredited cameo from Evangeline Lilly, talk about how nobody cared about the angsty Whitney subplot, and dish out an all time low for the podcast thus far. Tom talks about what went into the ‘Clark hand chopping wood’ scene and draws comparison between Lex and Jeff Bezos. Michael talks about the performance from Allison in this episode and the power of the closing scene with Lana at the Talon. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsors: 🥬 Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/talkville 🧛 The Rewatcher: https://bit.ly/3yezg61 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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This week Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum are joined by Jonathan Kent himself, John Schneider! John joins the guys as they recap Episode #12: Leech. Welling talks about what it was like to play a ‘power-less’ Clark and his confusion of there being two different Ashmores who appeared in Smallville. Rosenbaum remembers uncomfortable Lionel scenes and this final episode with Kelly Brook. Schneider was a treat. John fondly remembers his time on the show that paved the way for superhero shows, while remembering going to bat for Tom with WB, teaching him lessons on and off set, and never getting lost in what the lead character was doing. ❤️ Subscribe and share to support the new pod!⁣ ☎️ Hotline: (213) 538-2883 Thank you to our Sponsors: Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/talkville Policygenius: policygenius.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris, audio engineer for “My Favorite Murder,” talk to cat people because they cant talk to their cats.

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-THREE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven catch up about Sara’s recent move, and more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

 

Email us! thepurrrcast@gmail.com

 

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The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. The Vanished goes beyond conventional news reports to take a deep dive into the story of a different missing person each week. Host Marissa Jones brings you exclusive interviews with family members, friends, law enforcement and experts on mainstream cases, as well as little known ones. Listen in, to hear what The Vanished will uncover next: wondery.fm/TP_TheVanished

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On episode THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-EIGHT of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven chat with director Mye Hoang about her brand new documentary, Cat Daddies. The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

See Cat Daddies:

https://www.catdaddiesmovie.com/ 

https://www.instagram.com/catdaddiesmovie/ 

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

 

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Listen to Sara’s Weezer podcast: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/weezer-has-turned-and-left-us-here

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-ONE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven come to you live from CatCon in Pasadena with The Dollop’s Gareth Reynolds. The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

https://www.catconworldwide.com/ 

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

 

Email us! thepurrrcast@gmail.com

 

Consider donating to Black Lives Matter: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019

 

- COVID-19 FAQs - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/faq.html

 

NEW PURRRCAST MERCH: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/shop

 

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Donate to the family’s GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/elijah-mcclain

Sign the Petition: https://www.change.org/p/adams-county-district-attorney-justice-for-elijah-mcclain-88600e12-fb72-41e4-9137-030a1dcaf695  

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Follow Justice For Elijah McClain for updates: https://www.instagram.com/justiceforelijahmcclain/  

 

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On episode THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven come to you live from CatCon in Pasadena with My Favorite Murder’s Georgia Hardstark. The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

https://www.catconworldwide.com/ 

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On episode THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-NINE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome back Hannah Shaw (Kitten Lady) and Megan Lynn Kott to chat poolside about their new book, Kitten Lady's Cativity Book: Coloring, Crafts, and Activities for Cat Lovers of All Ages. The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

Purchase Kitten Lady's Cativity Book - https://bookshop.org/a/13751/9780358724537 

Get your bonus paper doll cativity after you pre-order - https://www.kittenlady.org/cativity

Hannah's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kittenxlady/ 

Megan's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/meganlynnkott/

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

 

Email us! thepurrrcast@gmail.com

 

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- COVID-19 FAQs - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/faq.html

 

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On episode THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-EIGHT of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome back podcaster Andrew Roebuck to chat cats and celebrate Halloween with favorite cat-themed Halloween movies and tv. The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

Watch Garfield's Halloween Adventure - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3FJePrGZb8 

Watch Star Trek - "Catspaw" - https://www.paramountplus.com/shows/video/1226086252/ 

Watch Tales From the Darkside: The Movie - https://pluto.tv/stream-us/movies/tales-from-the-darkside-the-movie-1-1 

Watch Coralisa on the “Treehouse of Horror XXVIII” episode of The Simpsons - https://www.disneyplus.com/video/c415a80c-dba0-4de1-84c8-723fa242a525 

Watch “A River of Candy Corn Runs Through It” episode of Sabrina: The Teenage Witch - https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B00DGMWQGU/ref=atv_dp_btf_el_est_sd_tv_resume_t1BCAAAAAA0wr0?autoplay=1&t=0 

Watch HOUSE (1977) - https://www.hbomax.com/feature/urn:hbo:feature:GXmlRjAxj0SLCHAEAAB0V

 Watch Billy The Cat - https://youtu.be/oMWhBbrSfeI

Watch The Uncanny - https://tubitv.com/movies/566337/the-uncanny?start=true

Watch The Leopard Man - https://youtu.be/HZnytqsrLYc

Follow Andrew:

https://www.instagram.com/winemovienerd 

https://www.instagram.com/wisteriaqueenofthepaperbacks/ 

LV426 Degrees of Alien - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lv426-degrees-of-alien/id1620959809 

It Came From the Page - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNCmSNTCVVJ1NLP7328Vitw

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Sign the Petition: https://www.change.org/p/adams-county-district-attorney-justice-for-elijah-mcclain-88600e12-fb72-41e4-9137-030a1dcaf695  

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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On episode THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-SEVEN of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome comedian Liz Miele to chat cats! We learn about her cat (Revenge Abs), growing up with two veterinarian parents, her favorite cat art, and more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

Follow Liz and watch her new special!

The Ghost Of Academic Future - https://youtu.be/XWbqA94Qsi0 

https://lizmiele.com/ 

https://www.instagram.com/lizmiele/ 

https://twitter.com/lizmiele 

https://bookshop.org/a/13751/9781510756229 

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

 

Email us! thepurrrcast@gmail.com

 

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- COVID-19 FAQs - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/faq.html

 

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Check out Steven’s new podcast, See Jurassic Right: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/see-jurassic-right/id1239538917?mt=2

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On episode THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIX of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven catch up about Steven’s cat-filled Portland trip, Samba’s recent vet visit, look at endangered animal trading cards, and more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

Dana's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dana.michelle.art/ 

Please Destroy the Internet by Michael Sweater - https://bookshop.org/a/13751/9781945509186

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

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Sign the Petition: https://www.change.org/p/adams-county-district-attorney-justice-for-elijah-mcclain-88600e12-fb72-41e4-9137-030a1dcaf695  

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On episode THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome Wildlife biologist, Carly Haywood, to chat cats AND armadillos. We learn about her cats (Penny and Myrtle), a coyote pup encounter in the field, why armadillos are so fascinating, and more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats.

Follow Carly:

https://twitter.com/motherofdasypus

https://www.instagram.com/carlmadillo/

The Purrrcast is the cat podcast for you and your feline friends. Based in Los Angeles, hosts Sara Iyer and Steven Ray Morris chat with fellow cat enthusiasts about the furry little creatures they love. Not sure how the cats feel about it though.

New episodes every Wednesday! Please rate and subscribe in iTunes: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/the-purrrcast

 

Email us! thepurrrcast@gmail.com

 

Consider donating to Black Lives Matter: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019

 

- COVID-19 FAQs - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/faq.html

 

NEW PURRRCAST MERCH: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/shop

 

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Sign the Petition: https://www.change.org/p/adams-county-district-attorney-justice-for-elijah-mcclain-88600e12-fb72-41e4-9137-030a1dcaf695  

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Follow Justice For Elijah McClain for updates: https://www.instagram.com/justiceforelijahmcclain/  

 

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Listen to Sara’s Weezer podcast: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/weezer-has-turned-and-left-us-here

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This week, Sam Adam sits in for Julia as the panel begins by reviewing Steven Spielberg’s new semi-autobiographical film, The Fablemans. Then, a discussion about the Hulu limited series Welcome to Chippendales. Finally, a chat about Ticketmaster.  In Slate Plus, the panel answers a listener question about the songs that make us cry.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com.   Endorsements   Dana: Inspired by chatting about the new Chippendales series this week, my endorsement is the true, non-fictionalized version of the story told by the podcast Welcome to Your Fantasy.    Sam: Endorsing a very specific version of A Christmas Carol. The one-man show version currently on Broadway performed by Jefferson Mays is excellent. Sometimes I find myself wondering if there is any need for another version of A Christmas Carol and this sort of answers that question.    Steve: Singer/songwriter Jessica Pratt is very highly regarded and I wanted to get into her music, but I had trouble until I listened to the song, Back, Baby. Also, saxophonist Ike Quebec. I am absolutely digging his album Blue & Sentimental.    Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama.   Outro music is "Stone Cookies" by Dusty Decks. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Jamelle Bouie sits in for Dana as the panel begins by reviewing She Said, the new film about investigating the Harvey Weinstein story. Then, a discussion about the Hulu limited series Fleishman is in Trouble. Finally, they chat about the auction of Joan Didion’s private items.    In Slate Plus, the panel talks to the very online Jamelle Bouie about the recent wild weeks of Twitter.    Email us at culturefest@slate.com.   Endorsements   Jamelle: The Criteron release of Spike Lee’s Malcolm X. Biopics have fallen out of style for the most part. I rewatched it last year and I came away struck not just by the sheer ambition of it, but the extent to which it is such a love letter to classic Hollywood.     Julia: My endorsement is episode 10 of Andor. It’s a great episode in a bunch of ways, but also the episode ends with an incredible monologue by Stellan Sarsgaard. It’s an incredible piece of writing and performance.    Steve: I like this song. I don’t know much about it, but a friend sent it to me. It’s Super Rich Kids and it’s a cover of a Frank Ocean song. This version is from Trio SR9 featuring Malik Djoudi   Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama.   Outro music is "Did I Make You Wait" by Staffan Carlen. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, Nadira Goffe sits in for Julia as the panel begins by reviewing the Black Panther sequel, Wakanda Forever. Then, a discussion about the Selena Gomez documentary, My Mind & Me. Finally, they chat about Gen Z’s impact on the midterms and the election of Maxwell Alejandro Frost.  In Slate Plus, the panel talks about the art they resisted at first, but came to love.   Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements  Dana: I will recommend Spielberg, a 2017 documentary about Steven Spielberg that I happened to watch on HBO because I was reviewing his new movie The Fablemans which is auto-biograohical or semi-autobiographical and has a lot of stuff about his childhood. So naturally I went back to try and what his actual childhood was like. Low and behold, this doc about Spielberg is really good. Available to stream on HBOMax. Nadira: I was inspired by the Selena Gomez documentary to bring something that is a piece of celebrity journalism. The 15K word piece Frank Sinatra has a Cold by Gay Talese is one of my favorite pieces of journalism ever. There’s a really fun version on Neiman Storyboard with annotations both by someone interviewing Gay Talese and then Gat Talese responding to those questions. Also, I don’t know how familiar you are with Moses Sumney but he is a queer Ghananian-American artist from California who makes, I’d describe it as etherial avant-garde jazz rock. He’s so good. The lack of performing during the pandemic pushed him to make a sort of live conceptual concert film called BLACKALACHIA that he released last year. I saw him perform a live version of this concert film arrangement earlier this year in Brooklyn and it was one of the top 10 live shows in my life.  Steve: In the forthcoming New York Times Magazine, but it’s already up on the web, there is a longform interview with Brian Eno. The thing about Eno is, talk about someone who deserves the elder statesman label! He’s just stayed so vital and he’s such an intellectual. It’s a great interview. I could go on and on about Eno.  Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music is "Any Other Way" by Particle House. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In this episode of The Relentless, we look at how the people we surround ourselves with can help us move fearlessly on the road to success. Host Kristen Meinzer is joined by two inspiring guests who know that turning visions into reality means pushing past fear and, to do that, you need a solid support system. First, she talks to Aida Rodriguez, a comedian, writer, and actor, whose career took off when she stopped listening to critics and started aligning with people who resonated with her authenticity. Aida is unafraid to be vulnerable in her comedy, often talking about her own life story from surviving two kidnappings to experiencing homelessness. With an HBO stand-up special under her belt and another HBO comedy series in the works, Aida’s comedic talent is undeniable, but the real key to her success lies in the trusting relationships she’s built with people who help her stay fearless. Later in the episode, we hear from Dan Kruse. As President of the number one CENTURY 21 affiliate in the world, Dan takes an immense amount of pride in the support network he’s built for his agents and brokers. If he’s succeeding, so are they.  Guests Aida Rodriguez: Comedian, Writer, and Actor Dan Kruse: President, CEO, and Owner of CENTURY 21 Affiliated in Madison, Wisconsin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, the panel begins by reviewing the Weird Al biopic, Weird. Then, a discussion about the entire run of Derry Girls. Finally, Matt Levine joins to explain crypto.  In Slate Plus, the panel takes on a listener question and talks about comfort food.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com.   Endorsements   Dana: A movie I saw a couple of weeks ago that is one of the best movies I’ve seen this year. If you can see it will depend on where you are but keep your eyes open for this Hindi-language documentary called All That Breathes.    Julia: I’d like to recommend an Instagram account and that Instagram account is by the name of Hot Dads of Picture Books and it is what it says. It’s basically somebody curating pictures of smokeshow dads from picture books. I can’t attest to its future longevity but I appreciate its commitment to the bit.    Steve: The wonderful Mimi Parker, drummer and vocalist of the band Low, has died. I really truly love their music so I’m endorsing both Low and their music but also very much the remembrance by Slate’s own Sam Adams. Low made this crazy, wonderful, spooky rock and roll music that I adore.    Outro music: "Ruins" by Origo   Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, the panel begins by talking about Elon Musk taking over Twitter. Then, a discussion about the new film Aftersun. Finally, Angelica Jade Bastién joins to talk about her recent article about Brangelina.  In Slate Plus, the panel takes on a listener question and talks about swap casting.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: I know I’m constantly endorsing things on the Criterion Channel! They are streaming the noir films of 20th Century Fox all month long. I don’t know why noir has become associated with November. Maybe it goes with the shortening days and the gloomy shadows of November. Julia: A slightly odd endorsement today. People really seem to think they can disrupt underwear. I don’t really know why. But, I have been a skeptic until now. Finally the platonic underwear has been designed. Knickey high-rise briefs. It’s just too good.  Steve: The thing that’s given me the most joy is the Richard Wilbur poem Castles and Distances from 1950. I was in the mood for Wilbur and I found one I had never read before. It’s so cool. So sadly apposite to modern experience, especially with Elon Musk in the news and tech barons.  Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music is "Lonely Calling" by Arc De Soleil. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, the panel begins by discussing the new Martin McDonagh dramedy, The Banshees of Inisherin. Then, they look at composer Michael Giacchino's foray into directing with Werewolf by Night on Disney+. Finally, they reflect on the generational divide over emoji use. In Slate Plus, the panel talks about Anna May Wong, the first Chinese American film star in Hollywood, being the new face on a US coin. Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: Happened upon this endorsement because kept me up late watching. If you are a cult horror fan you are probably already familiar with Carnival of Souls. If you aren’t familiar, it has this feeling of creepy rightness that makes it worth watching. It’s all vibes. Julia: A new work by a little singer-songwriter you may have missed…Taylor Swift’s new release, Midnights is out now. It’s sort of halfway between pop-Taylor and folk-Taylor. Check out the song Anti-Hero. Steve: Everybody knows The Zombies, but you may have missed lead singer Colin Blunstone’s masterpiece of a solo record One Year. Blunstone reissued the album last year. His vocals are so precise and unexpectedly baroque. The album saved my life this Halloween from the poison of poptimism. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music is "Haunted Playhouse" by Stationary Sign. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, the panel begins by discussing Cate Blachett’s new film Tár. Then, they dig into the ways the Star Wars universe is expanded in the series Andor. Finally, Slate’s own Dan Kois joins the panel to discuss his recent feature on forgotten American poet Rod McKuen.  In Slate Plus, the panel talks about the practice of reading out loud.  Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: Sharing a musical endorsement after coming across a CD on the street by chance. Josquin Desprez’s choral religious work is wonderful thinking music, and this version is performed by La Chapelle Royale.  Julia: A character in Tár inspires a revisit to the incredible New York Times obituary of Gilbert E. Kaplan written by Margalit Fox in 2016.  Steve: Joining Dana with a music suggestion, enjoy the oddly bewitching charm of jazz pianist McKoy Tyner’s Nights of Ballads & Blues from 1963.  Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Yesica Balderrama. Outro music is "Break The Line" by Coma Svensson. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, the panel begins by going Blonde as they dive into Andrew Dominik’s Marilyn Monroe biopic on Netflix. Then, the panel continues by chipping in on the reboot discussion, specifically through the lens of Hulu’s new show (you guessed it) Reboot. Finally, Slate’s music critic, Carl Wilson, joins the panel to explain the legacy of the late country music titan Loretta Lynn. In Slate Plus, the panel discusses the on-going smear campaigns against cities and urban spaces—inspired by Henry Grabar’s Slate article titled “Fear City.” Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: The 2006 movie The TV Set, directed by Jake Kasdan and starring Reboot’s Judy Greer, Sigourney Weaver, and David Duchovny. Julia: A cookbook called Snacking Cakes: Simple Treats for Anytime Cravings: A Baking Book by Yossy Arefi. Steve:  Remembering the great French philosopher Bruno Latour who spent his work trying to explain how empirical statements come to be. Podcast production by Yanii Evans. Production assistance by Nadira Goffe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, the panel begins by discussing the moral quandaries surrounding Netflix’s newest hit Dahmer—Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Then, the panel breaks down the successes and failures of Billy Eichner’s gay romcom Bros. And finally, the panel lends their opinions on the trope of the wife guy, spurred on by Ned Fulmer’s (formerly of the Try Guys) recent adultery scandal. In Slate Plus, the panel discusses society’s growing appetite for true crime. Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: Pulling a Steve with a local endorsement: the new bookstore (offering new and used books) in Park Slope called Troubled Sleep. Julia: The American Military Museum, aka Tankland, in El Monte, California. It has over 150 odd, decommissioned military vehicles jam-packed in a dusty parking lot which they used to provide for various film and entertainment productions. Also, if you make the trip then also stop at Burritos La Palma in El Monte. Steve: From the 2022 Newport Folk Festival: singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile bringing legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell back on stage for her first full set performance in decades. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Nadira Goffe. Outro music is "If Only I Was a Poet" by Staffan Carlen. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get an ad-free experience across the network and exclusive content on many shows. You’ll also be supporting the work we do here on the Culture Gabfest. Sign up now at Slate.com/cultureplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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99% Invisible

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About this podcast: Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where weve just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.

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Wildlife and urban development don’t usually go well together. Roads in particular fracture the habitats of wide-ranging animals. It restricts their movements and makes it harder for them to find food or a mate. But biologists and urban planners have started working together –- crafting a plan to try to help pumas move more safely around the city. And in the process this one cat, dubbed P-22, has turned into something of a celebrity—the symbol of a movement to redesign our cities and make the built environment more friendly to animals.

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Los Angeles' El Peatonito is part of a subset of real life superheroes who are more focused on things like picking up trash and taking on civic issues than catching criminals in alleys.

These super citizens take their inspiration from comic books but in some ways have more ambitious goals than defeating a make believe villain. They are out to solve big societal problems. Wherever a city is plagued by traffic accidents, or people are living on the streets…these heroes heed the call of service. 

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When people ask me what my favorite episode of 99% Invisible is, I have a hard time answering. Not because they’re all my precious little babies or some such nonsense, but mostly it’s because I just can’t remember them all and there’s no simple criteria to judge them against each other. But the show is definitely in contention for the best episode we’ve ever made. It just has everything– engaging storytellers, brilliant reporting, and a compelling history of a moment when the world really changed. It’s called the Freedom House Ambulance Service. It originally aired in the summer of 2020, when a lot of the fundamental aspects of work, life, health, law enforcement, structural racism, cities were all being questioned by more and more people because of COVID and the George Floyd protests. Kevin Hazzard, who reported the piece, subsequently released a whole book on the Freedom House Ambulance Service  called American Sirens: The Incredible Story of the Black Men Who Became America's First Paramedics. It’s new, it’s out now, you should buy it. should read it, it should be on all your Christmas lists. To celebrate the book’s release, I’m proud to re-present to you: The remarkable story of the Freedom House Ambulance Service.

 


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Funiculars are great, which is why the main image from our previous train episode featured one -- except we didn't actually talk about that one during the show. It's a cable car from Wellington, and as it turns out it's one of hundreds of funiculars in this city. Roman and Kurt are back with another series of railroad tales. All aboard!

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Articles of Interest is a show about what we wear. Host and producer Avery Trufelman investigates our collectively held beliefs about fashion and explores topics like the intellectual property law behind knockoffs, creation of tartan and the history of plaid, and how a dolls in a rural museum in Washington state saved French haute couture. This new season investigates a style that keeps coming back again and again and again.

Previously part of 99% Invisible, the show is now an independent production and a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.


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The basic mechanics of the bike are pretty simple --- it’s basically a triangle with wheels and a chain drive to propel it forward. No batteries or engines. It seems obvious in hindsight .... And that’s why most people guess the bike was invented a long time ago. Yet the ‘running machine,' a kind of early proto-bike, debuted around 1817.

For much more on the history of the bicycle, check out Jody Rosen's book: Two Wheels Good: The History and Mystery of the Bicycle. 

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Even if you haven't made the pilgrimage to Southern California, you can probably already picture what the Walk of Fame looks like. It's a 1.3 mile walkway lined with terrazzo and brass squares. Each slab spotlights a salmon-pink star, and the name of a different famous celebrity deemed worthy enough to become a permanent part of Hollywood's urban fabric. The Walk of Fame is the story of Hollywood, the film industry. and the very origin of stardom itself.

Reporter/producer Gillian Jacobs (Community, Winning Time) takes us on a stroll on the Walk of Fame, which chronicles Hollywood history and the vicissitudes of fame itself.

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The vuvuzela is a two foot long injection-molded plastic horn. It only plays one note: a B flat. And it gradually became a regular feature of South African soccer. But prior to the 2010 World Cup, the rest of the world had never heard anything quite like it.  Even people in the soccer world didn’t know what they were. But by the time the first game of the tournament was underway, vuvuzelas were all over. For critics, the vuvuzela was a relatively new, mass produced noisemaker. But supporters ended to think of the vuvuzela as an instrument, producing a loud, attention grabbing sound that grew out of South Africa's rich footballing tradition.

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This is the story of an experiment. It’s from a show I love called Revisionist History, by bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell. This season he’s devoting every episode to experiments. There’s the experiment that brought iodized salt to our tables. Another episode looks at a kind of failed social experiment that could have reduced opioid overdoses. Anyway, it’s all fascinating — and the episode we want to share with you is no different.

Malcolm has discovered a forgotten box of interviews in the archives of the Library of Congress. They tell the story of 36 men who, in 1945, spent a year in a dingy room under the school football stadium. They were part of an experiment none of them would ever forget. And people are still arguing about what happened decades later.

This is part of a three-part series, and you can hear the rest, and more, by searching for Revisionist History wherever you get your podcasts.


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Jamaica is famous around the world for its music, including genres like ska, dub, and reggae. It’s tempting to think that the powerful amplifiers and giant speakers at the dance parties were designed to perfectly capture Jamaica’s indigenous sounds. But it’s actually the other way around. Those speakers and amps came first. And the electricians, mechanics and engineers who built and adapted that technology would then play a decisive role in the creation of Jamaica’s modern music. They helped pioneer approaches to making and performing music that would spawn whole other scenes from the Bronx to the UK.

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Pod and Prejudice

from Molly Burdick
87 Avg Episode Length: 59 min
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About this podcast: Becca has read all of Jane Austens work. Molly literally does not know who Mrs. Bennett is. Together, they venture into Austens world of romance, biting satire, and class struggles. Like Austen? Interested in a modern take? This is the podcast for you!

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We travel back to Hartfield in the snow, Elton professes his love to Emma (Molly was right!), and Emma overthinks it. Topics discussed include Austen's relationship with clergymen, Emma's knowledge of real love, and Dean Forester as Mr. Elton. Question for the group: is it octopi or octopuses?

Study questions: Elton's proposal, his feelings for Emma, why Elton is insulted by the idea of Harriet, Emma's moment of reflection, and Emma's matchmaking career.

Funniest Quote: “Indeed!” replied he. “Then, my dear Isabella, it is the most extraordinary sort of thing in the world, for in general every thing does give you cold. Walk home!—you are prettily shod for walking home, I dare say."

Questions Moving Forward: Will Emma matchmake again? What is she going to tell Harriet?

Who wins the chapters? Emma

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

eclat (n): social distinction or conspicuous success

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Octopussy, Modern Family, Ironic, Inside Out, Twilight, Over the Garden Wall, Gilmore Girls

Next Episode: Chapters 17-18

Pod and Prejudice is sponsored by Athletic Greens. To get a full year's supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase of AG1, head on over to athleticgreens.com/WHOMST.

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We go to Randalls for dinner! Harriet is sick, John Knightley hints to Emma that Elton has feelings for her, and we learn a bit more about Frank Churchill.

Study questions: Topics discussed include Elton's CROOSH, why Emma hasn't noticed and why John has, why Emma has her sights set on Frank, Mrs. Churchill, Frank's familial loyalties, and whether or not he will visit.

Funniest Quote: "I am sure I never think of that poor young man without the greatest compassion. To be constantly living with an ill-tempered person, must be dreadful. It is what we happily have never known any thing of."

Questions Moving Forward: Will Frank visit? Will Emma actually like him? Will Harriet get better? What's gonna happen with Elton?

Who wins the chapters? John Knightley

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Michel Gerard, The Half of It, Emily Hampshire

Next Episode: Chapters 15-16

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In chapters 11 and 12 of Emma, Isabella and John Knightley come to visit, we witness the battle of Wingfield v. Perry, and Emma and Knightley try to keep the peace. Topics discussed include gruel, mostly, and the mystery of Jane Fairfax.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include the purpose of John and Isabella, what we've learned about Emma, why Knightley forgives Emma and how they operate together in the story, and the Churchills.

Funniest Quote: "And for a little while she hoped he would not talk of it, and that a silent rumination might suffice to restore him to the relish of his own smooth gruel."

Questions Moving Forward: Why do people hate the Churchills? Will Frank come to visit? What's up with Harriet and Elton?

Who Wins the Chapters? Emma and Knightley

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

forbearance (n): patient self-control; restraint and tolerance

philippic (n): a bitter attack or denunciation

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Gilmore Girls, Celine Dion, Goldilocks, Fiddler on the Roof, Aladdin, Mean Girls

Next Episode: Chapters 13-14

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In this week's episode, discussing chapters 9 and 10 of Emma, Elton writes a poem, Emma and Harriet visit a poor family, and Emma ties her shoes a bunch. Topics discussed include book club, Molly's new CROOSH, potential ace representation, and inklings of Jane Fairfax.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include Elton's poem, Harriet's change of heart, Emma's relationship with her dad, Elton's motives, Emma's marriage monologue, Jane Fairfax, and Molly's qualm with Emma.

Funniest Quote: "The course of true love never did run smooth. A Hartfield edition of Shakespeare would have a long note on that passage." OR "Emma was very compassionate; and the distresses of the poor were as sure of relief from her personal attention and kindness, her counsel and her patience, as from her purse."

Questions Moving Forward: Who does Elton like? Is Mr. Martin coming back? Who is Jane Fairfax?

Who Wins the Chapters? Emma!

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

crisis (n): a time when a difficult or important decision must be made

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Perry the Platypus, The Great Believers, The Power of Geography, The Great British Baking Show, Chopped, TJ Klune, Gilmore Girls

Next Episode: Chapters 11-12

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Today, we're discussing the hooplah chapters (6-8). Harriet sits for her portrait, we get our first proposal, and Emma and Knightley go head to head. Topics discussed include Emma the Instagram boyfriend, cross stitching, the class dynamics of Emma and Harriet's relationship, the meaning of "natural daughter," and Elton's prospects.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include what we've learned about our three men, Knightley and Emma's argument, being team Robbiet, Knightley's evaluation of Harriet, the narration of the story, and what we think of Emma.

Funniest Quote: “It is very pretty,” said Mr. Woodhouse. “So prettily done! Just as your drawings always are, my dear. I do not know any body who draws so well as you do. The only thing I do not thoroughly like is, that she seems to be sitting out of doors, with only a little shawl over her shoulders—and it makes one think she must catch cold.”

Questions Moving Forward: Are Knightley and Emma in a fight? Will Mr. Martin try again? Who does Elton like? Does Harriet like Elton?

Who Wins the Chapters? Mr. Knightley

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

canvassing (v): question (someone) in order to ascertain their opinion.

cockade (n): a rosette or knot of ribbons worn in a hat as a badge of office or party, or as part of a livery.

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Never Have I Ever, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Gilmore Girls, Avatar: The Last Airbender

Next Episode: Chapters 9-10

Pod and Prejudice is sponsored by Athletic Greens. To get a full year's supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase of AG1, head on over to athleticgreens.com/WHOMST.

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In today's episode, we chat about chapters 4 and 5 of Emma. We learn more about Harriet and the Martins, Emma sees a potential match, and we hear Knightley and Mrs. Weston's opinions about Emma. Topics discussed include Harriet's CROOSH, Emma's classism, reading habits, and attractiveness.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include the Economics of Friendship in Jane Austen, Robert Martin's thirst for Harriet, Emma's response to said thirst, Knightley's perception of Emma, our opinions on Mr. Elton, and Emma's marriage prospects.

What do we think of Emma? She's a snob.

Funniest Quote: “Oh! you would rather talk of her person than her mind, would you? Very well; I shall not attempt to deny Emma’s being pretty.”

Questions Moving Forward: What are the Westons' designs for Emma? Who is Mr. Elton?

Who wins the chapters? Mr. Knightley

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

fastidious (adj.): very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail

thot (slang): that hoe over there

Glossary of People, Places, and Things: Parks and Recreation, Abbott Elementary, Into the Woods, Luke Danes

Next Episode: Chapters 6-8

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Join us as we embark on our Emma journey, starting with the first three chapters! Miss Taylor gets married, Emma claims to be an expert matchmaker, we learn Mr. Weston's backstory, and we meet several members of Highbury.

Topics discussed include regency era class structure, how Emma is different from other Austen novels, Emma as a standup comic, Mr. Woodhouse as a relatable king, Keira Knightley in drag, mizzling, and power dynamics in relationships.

Study Questions: Topics discussed include the introduction of Highbury, the tone of the story, our opinions of Emma so far and how she is different from our other heroines, predictions for Frank, and thoughts about Harriet

Funniest Quote: “How often we shall be going to see them, and they coming to see us!—We shall be always meeting! We must begin; we must go and pay wedding visit very soon. / My dear, how am I to get so far? Randalls is such a distance. I could not walk half so far. / No, papa, nobody thought of your walking. We must go in the carriage, to be sure. / The carriage! But James will not like to put the horses to for such a little way;—and where are the poor horses to be while we are paying our visit?”

Questions Moving Forward: Who is Harriet's family?

Who wins the chapters? Mrs. Weston

Glossary of Terms and Phrases:

alloy (v): to debase by mixing with something inferior

chilblains (n): like frostbite, but itchy

unexceptionable (adj): not open to objection

valetudinarian (n): a person who is unduly anxious about their health

Next Episode: Chapters 4 + 5

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We're joined today by Ashley Clements, the actress who portrayed Lizzie Bennet in The Lizzie Bennet Diaries. We talk about Austen adaptations, the making of LBD, and the importance of female friendship to the story. Plus, we talk about the Look Back Diaries and reflecting on LBD after all these years.

To watch The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, check it out here.

To follow along with The Look Back Diaries, check it out on Ashley's YouTube channel.

For more of Ashley's work, check out her Instagram and Twitter at @theashleyclem.

Our show art was created by Torrence Browne, and our audio is produced by Graham Cook. For bios, transcripts, check out our website at podandprejudice.com. Pod and Prejudice is transcribed by speechdocs.com. To support the show, check out our Patreon!

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Molly's been clueless about Emma until now. Join us for season 3 of Pod and Prejudice as Becca guides Molly through Emma, starting with the first three chapters. Episode 1 drops Tuesday, September 6.

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Today we're talking about the highly requested Fire Island with Rachel, Jen, and Sarah, the creators of Cruising Podcast. Topics discussed include the Economics of Dating in Jane Austen, the importance of queering Austen, and sunsets.

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Our show art was created by Torrence Browne, and our audio is produced by Graham Cook. For bios, transcripts, check out our website at podandprejudice.com. Pod and Prejudice is transcribed by speechdocs.com. To support the show, check out our Patreon!

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About this podcast: Bringing hope to the world through Speculative Fiction. Interviews with Science Fiction and Fantasy writers, gamers, creators, and activists.

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In this episode, Alan and Cat chat with law professor and author Rebecca Giblin and author, activist, and journalist Cory Doctorow about monopsony, how creators can fight back against the controlling corporations, Harlan Ellison, and their new book Chokepoint Capitalism.

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In this episode, Alan and Cat chat with author, Zig Zag Claybourne, about writing joy, creating a unique voice, Alan Moore, the X-Men, and Star Trek.

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In our 4th audio column about publishing in Africa we chat with Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki about his experience at World Con 80 (also known as ChiCon). We discuss his travel difficulties, how he felt about being nominated, and his hopes for future World Cons.


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In this live episode, Alan interviews the legendary editor Ellen Datlow. They discuss how William Gibson was discovered, hope in horror, her influence on science fiction and horror, among other topics.

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In this live episode, Alan interviews the award winning editor and interviewer Arley Sorg. They discuss the future of Fantasy Magazine, the magazine's mission, and interviewing science fiction and fantasy authors.

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In this episode, Alan and Diane chat with author and journalist, Sim Kern, about their new collection, space billionaires, and writing good characters.

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In this live episode, Alan interviews the Hugo nominated creators of the Hugo, Girl podcast. They discuss their favorite bad Hugo winners, how they develop the podcast, and how they feel about the nomination.


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Halloween comes early in this episode. Alan chats with with the African Queen of Horror, Nuzo Onoh about her work.

They also discuss living through a civil war, the horror genre, and non-western story structures.


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In this episode, Diane and Alan chat with with author, poet, translator, professor and editor Kazim Ali about his Choose Your Own Adventure novel: Citidal of Whispers.

They also discuss Choose Your Own Adventure history, writing branching story lines, D&D, and how to get involved in social causes.

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Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers

from Brooke Warner and Grant Faulkner (NaNoWriMo)
77 Avg Episode Length: 36 min
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About this podcast: Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers is currently in its fourth year. We are a weekly podcast for writers craving a unique blend of inspiration and real talk about the ups and downs of the writing life. Hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), each theme-focused episode of Write-minded features an interview with a writer, author, or publishing industry professional. This year we’re featuring a Book Trend at the end of each episode to keep listeners in the loop about what they need to know about the book industry. Brooke and Grant bring to this weekly podcast their shared spirit of community, collaboration, and a deeply held belief that everyone is a writer, and everyone’s story matters.

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Gina hopes that we can learn more about who and what our spirit is to help live a kinder and easier life that you prefer in a fun and effortless way.
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This is an episode that will validate every creative impulse you’ve ever had and forgive any creative lapses you might be judging yourself for. Join Grant and Brooke in this inspiring episode with Angie Cruz, who’s faced rejection and overcame it to become a celebrated published author, and who shares with us how she’s in conversation with her characters, pursues other creative interests as a way to inform her fiction, and how she’s balanced her writing with the many other demands of life. A relatable and permission-giving episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Olga Dies Dreaming is guest Xochitl Gonzalez’s new novel—and how you interpret it might tell you something about your political persuasion. This week we are exploring what it means to be radical in fiction—especially when what you’re trying to be radical about is packaged as a fast-paced story. This is the subversive (meant in the best sense of the word) nature of fiction with a cause—which we explore this week in all its nuanced glory. Adelante! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week, guest David Yoon joins us in a conversation that takes on often-fraught topics with humor and candor. We talk about why YA is such fertile ground for representative stories about race, culture, and identity, and David’s mission to bring more visibility to writers of color. We talk about his approach to writing and how he writes not for or to a particular genre, but to sort out the questions he’s grappling with—something so many writers will relate to. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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We’re diving into ego this week—including, yes, its benefits. All writers, after all, are ego-invested in their work. They want what they’re writing to be good, to have an impact, to be well received. In this week’s episode Grant and Brooke speak with Steve Almond about how his ego got in the way of the work he wanted to do, and also the way that we must contend with our egos when we write. There’s so much to unpack here—and Steve’s honest take on his own journey is as refreshing as it is inspiring. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week we’re kicking off NaNoWriMo (Happy November) with a final bonus craft-minded episode. Grant and Brooke talk with thriller writer Andrea Bartz about her process—including the Pomodoro Method, creating fake deadlines, and writing discovery drafts. This is a perfect episode to GET YOU STARTED, which Andrea acknowledges is one of the hardest things a writer can do. This week’s show is also a reminder about how much you already know about craft that you don’t even know you know. Tune in to discover more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Tune in this week to geek out on aesthetic. Maybe you’re a writer who’s changed your aesthetic, wants to, or a reader who’s noticed the evolving aesthetics of the writers you love. How and why does this happen? How can you invite change into your process? In addition to thinking about style and craft, Grant and Brooke speak with guest Lan Samantha Chang about writing and MFA programs, whether we’ve saturated the writing about writing market, and how taking time away from your work and coming back to it is another way to shift or broaden perspective.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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As we make our way through our Craft-Minded series this fall, heading straight into NaNoWriMo, we have a special topic for memoirists—but which will benefit any writer who thinks about reflecting, musing, or meaning-making as a way to reach their readers’ minds and hearts. This week’s guest, Prince Shakur, takes us on a journey of how and why reflection matters, and offers examples and tips, too. This episode offers up other writers who reflect masterfully, and as has been the case with each of these craft episodes, we invite listeners to consider how and whether you might invite new ways of seeing into your own creative process. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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This week Write-minded is exploring the ways authors place themselves into stories with broader cultural or historical contexts. Guest Danyel Smith has done just that with her new genre-crossing book, Shine Bright, that’s both an examination of black female music artists and those artists’ impact on Danyel. Books like these are popular and often difficult to pull off, since writers must be aware of the balance between journalism and personal story—which is why Shine Bright is such a satisfying example of how to do this style of writing well. As a bonus, this episode also offers up a music fandom, an inside story about Whitney Houston, and a peek behind the curtain of Danyel’s journey with this book. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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As we continue on with our Craft-minded series, Write-minded is honored to have Jeff VanderMeer speaking about imagination and how to mine the depths of your imagination to make yourself a better writer. Jeff’s classic craft book, Wonderbook, is written for the “imaginative fiction writer” rather than the “realistic fiction writer,” so we’re taking a dive into imagination, into creativity. This is an episode about keeping an open mind and having fun, which is the kind of energy anyone who’s going into NaNoWriMo next month needs to cultivate. So come on the journey with us. We have your supplies all ready for you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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In this third of six episodes in the Craft-minded series, Grant and Brooke speak with guest Morgan Talty about story form and how to listen for what your book wants to be. If, as a writer, you believe in the power of being in conversation with your own book, you’ll find a lot of comfort in Morgan’s articulation of that relationship between self and creative output, in addition to concrete ideas about how we shape our work by listening, patching together bits and pieces from here and there, and growing alongside our stories. An episode for the spirit, as well as the craft-minded. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Writing Excuses

from Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler
72 Avg Episode Length: 20 min
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About this podcast: Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Howard Tayler, and Daniel Wells discuss writing techniques in a fast-paced, 15-minute format.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, C.L. Polk, Fran Wilde, and Howard Tayler  Let's talk about pain. It hurts, yes, but we all experience it, so writing about it can be a great point of connection between the writer and the reader. Also, writing about it can hurt. Liner Notes: We referenced  "No, I'm Fine," by Howard Tayler, and "The Visions Take Their Toll: Disability and the Cost of Magic," by Dominic Parisien Credits: This episode was recorded by Daniel Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, C.L. Polk, Fran Wilde, and Howard Tayler  This is the "talking about how to talk about" talk. We begin by reviewing the difference between the medical model and the social model of disability. Liner Notes: This TikTok provides a nice explanation of the medical and social models of disability. There's also this essay, "The Linguistics of Disability" over at Fireside Fiction. Credits: This episode was recorded by Daniel Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, C.L. Polk, Fran Wilde, and Howard Tayler  Okay, before we start, you have homework: Please take a few minutes to read this essay by Fran Wilde entitled "You Wake Up Monstrous." That will give you context for our discussion, which is about how body horror and other monstrous-ness is a tool we should be employing with great care. Credits: This episode was recorded by Daniel Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.

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Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, C.L. Polk, Fran Wilde, and Howard Tayler  Let's talk about technological body-modification! It's a common element in science fiction, but it's also an increasingly important part of the world we're living in right now. Liner Notes: In this episode we referenced "Happenstance," and Amy Purdy's quickstep from Dancing With The Stars. Credits: This episode was recorded by Daniel Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.