Great Conversation About The Nature of Science Fiction, How Art Affects Real Life, and Empowering Writing in Effective Ways for Addressing Climate Change – from BBC’s ‘The Climate Question’

The Climate Question Is science fiction holding back climate action? For centuries, we’ve been reading, watching and listening to science fiction. And all too often, it’s pretty pessimistic about our future, especially when it touches on the topic of climate change. This is leading some to ask whether these doom and gloom stories are doing... Continue Reading →

A Musician and a Writer Talk About ..When the Story Finds You… Projects That You Are Excited About But Seem Like They Don’t Want To Be Realized… Representation And Diversity.. And On Being Real Enough to Take Criticism And Keep Going

https://open.spotify.com/episode/4LSUtBmj2byq8LJXH4KkVo?si=8c0f406d232a4a50 AN EPISODE OF THE IDIOSYNCRATIC PODCAST 'I ONLY LISTEN TO THE MOUNTAIN GOATS' TO INTRODUCE YOU PERFECTLY TO THE PREMISE - A MUSICIAN (John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats) TALKING TO A WRITER (Joseph Fink of Welcome to Nightvale and other projects) ABOUT CREATING ART AND ALL THE WEIRD WAYS AND MEANS OF MAKING... Continue Reading →

The Organist Podcast – april 4 2019 – the narrative line

One of my favorite podcasts - the organist From The Believer Magazine - A Compendium of art and culture and interesting things - Listen here Or Wherever You Get your podcasts "The refraction of the eye; including a complete treatise on ophthalmometry;" (1900).Credit: Flickr/Library of Congress What happens when the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves... Continue Reading →

Radio Drama Style Podcasts To Check Out

I am a regular listener to a lot of old radio drama type shows, with favorites including Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce), CBS Radio Mystery Theater, and classics like The Whistler, The Creaking Door, and others. Last year around Halloween I listened to a much more recent radio drama style podcast titled 'LIMETOWN'... Continue Reading →

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