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Reading McCarthy

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READING MCCARTHY is a podcast devoted to the consideration and discussion of the works of one of our greatest American writers, Cormac McCarthy. Each episode will call upon different well-known Cormackian readers and scholars to help us explore different works and various essential aspects of McCarthy’s writing. (Note these episodes try to offer accessible literary criticism and may contain spoilers from different McCarthy works.)
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The Rumors are True ! Podcast. Conversations with friends, Old and New! Nostalgia is still a Heckuva drug… Thoughts, kind words, let me know what you think! Be Gentle! Leave me a message : 904-370-3740 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/therumorsaretruecast/support
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Small daily habits are a potent strategy to supercharge health! This podcast brings you simple and impactful 2% health upgrades. Accumulated over time, small habits can result in sustainable and immense health benefits. We cover everything from sunlight, nutrition, movement, hydration, detoxification and more. The hope is that these episodes inspire you to make small changes that can yield amazing results! Carrie has a Master's Degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition and has been seeing clients ...
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny share their thoughts on Cormac McCarthy's 1985 Western novel "Blood Meridian or The Evening Redness in the West": "Based on historical events that took place on the Texas-Mexico border in the 1850s, Blood Meridian is an epic novel that traces the fortunes of the Kid, a fourteen-year-old Tennesseean who stumbles into…
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"Welcome to The Rumors are True Podcast! where we dive deep into the world of music and the legends who shape it. Today, we're honored to have Tedd Cookerly from the band EDL / Every Day Life joining us for a special tribute episode dedicated to the one and only Michael Knott. Get ready for insightful conversations, memorable anecdotes, and a celeb…
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The guest for our 50th episode is the OG himself, the redoubtable RICK WALLACH, who joins us for a rousing discussion of No Country for Old Men. Somehow both Batman and Godzilla are referenced as we consider both the novel and the Coen Bros. film. Rick Wallach has recently retired from teaching English at the University of Miami. He is a founder of…
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In this latest episode of the podcast we have a legendary figure joining us on today's episode! Please welcome none other than Scott Mellinger, guitarist from the band Zao, Creation is Crucifixion, Pack, Lonely Ghost Parade, Jade Meridian! For years, Zao has been at the forefront of the metal scene, pushing boundaries with their intense sound and t…
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In this latest episode I welcome the man, the myth, the legend, Chad Pearson. Chad Pearson, one of the visionary forces behind The Militia Group , stands as a trailblazing luminary within the fabric of the music industry, igniting trends and shaping the cultural landscape with his influential presence.Chad Pearson's illustrious journey spans across…
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In this latest episode I welcome Michael Sasser the former singer of the deathcore band With Blood Comes Cleansing. Michael and I talk about his introduction into music and his time with WBCC, as well as his recent departure from the band. We also talk about the present and the future for Michael. https://open.spotify.com/album/6j8R6z9vW8K02ppHciB0…
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In this latest 2 part episode I welcome The Powers Brothers, Jordan and Joseph, from the the Band Far-Less (Tooth and Nail Records) to the Podcast. This is an awesome conversation with these 2 amazingly talented and gifted artists. I was lucky to have booked Far-Less back in the day, and keep up with guys over the years. We also talk about Jordan's…
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In this latest 2 part episode I welcome The Powers Brothers, Jordan and Joseph, from the the Band Far-Less (Tooth and Nail Records) to the Podcast. This is an awesome conversation with these 2 amazingly talented and gifted artists. I was lucky to have booked Far-Less back in the day, and keep up with guys over the years. We also talk about Jordan's…
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In this latest episode I welcome Screaming Giant Records alumni Steve Park (Lugnut, South of Here) and Dave Luttrell (Honeylocust, Lugnut, The Dirtybirds, South of Here) to the podcast. This is an awesome conversation with the guys regarding there time in the bands mentioned above. We also talk about the end of Lugnut and Honeylocust and the time L…
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny speak with Mark J. Maharaj, also known as @EhQuestionMark on YouTube, about his past and ongoing projects, his experience with the antinatalist community, and the lessons learned along the way. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- VOIDCAST LINKS: Voidcast Linktree: https://li…
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In this latest episode I welcome Joe Calderon from Solid State Record's band Lightworker. Joe and I talk about his introduction to music, as well as the past, present and future. This is an awesome conversation with a gifted musician. Check out the new Lightworker record "How the beautiful decay" April 19th on Solid State Records. https://open.spot…
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In this latest episode I welcome Drew Mellon (Colour Revol, Fletcher, Don Quixote's Horse) to the podcast. Drew and I talk about his introduction into music, his time with aforementioned bands and what he is up to in the present, as well as the future. https://open.spotify.com/album/58ktXNzltznoJ90XUF94urhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/3Z6gKuuDf2EU…
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Chris Colbert is a national treasure. From bands Breakfast with Amy, Fluffy, Duraluxe to his amazing touring career. Chris and I talk about the past the present and the future. Produced by Brian Jerin @jerinkid Music by Brian Jerin @jerinkid Artwork by Jared Chase Bowser @jaredchasebowser --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod…
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In this latest episode I welcome Matt McCartie (Driver Eight, Theft, Bon Voyage, The Throes, Lassie Foundation, Poole, Slow Salvation) to the podcast. What an awesome and informative episode with this very talented artist. Matt and I talk about his introduction to music, and all the records he has played on as well as tours in his musical career. P…
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In this latest episode I welcome Myk Porter to the Podcast. Myk and I talk about his intro to music, his time in the bands Brandtson, Six Feet Deep, Swarm of Bats, and Golden Streets of Paradise. Myk is a gifted and talented artist I have had the pleasure of working with in the past, so it was awesome to catch up and talk about the past, present an…
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny share their thoughts on the first issue of The Antinatalism Magazine, edited by the late Jiwoon Hwang and published in September 2017: 1. François Tremblay: “The Non-Identity Problem”, 2. Andreas Nilssen Möss: “Interview with Tim Oseckas”, 3. Manu Herrán: “The Big Lie”. ----------------------------------------------…
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In the latest episode I welcome Longineu Parsons III (Yellowcard, Evergreen Terrace, Adam Lambert, Krash Party, This Legend, LP3) to the podcast. LP and I talk about his intro to music and many of the records and tours he as been apart of. He also talks about how playing with his father was instrumental (no pun intended) in his musical journey. Pro…
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Bryan Gray is a Legend in the music world, and I am honored he came on the podcast for this latest episode. We talk about Bryan's intro into music, and his time with the blamed, left out, mortal, six feet deep, the satire and a billion other bands. This is an awesome episode with an artist that has impacted my life and many others over the years. h…
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In this episode we head across the border one more time for a consideration of the Border Trilogy as a whole. How does knowing how the story begins and ends change how we read any of the different parts? My guests on this filibuster over the border include Dr. Nell Sullivan, a Kentuckian who earned her BA in English from Vanderbilt University and e…
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The man, the myth, the legend Allan Aguirre joins the podcast this week for a special 2 part episode. Allan and I discuss his intro to music, his extensive career and the records he has been apart of throughout his illustrious career. This Influential artist was quite an awesome conversation and always is willing to break the barriers many have tri…
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The man, the myth, the legend Allan Aguirre joins the podcast this week for a special 2 part episode. Allan and I discuss his intro to music, his extensive career and the records he has been apart of throughout his illustrious career. This Influential artist was quite an awesome conversation and always is willing to break the barriers many have tri…
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In this latest episode I welcome Seth Roberts (Watashi Wa, Eager Seas, Lakes, Mxpx) to the podcast. Seth and I have an awesome conversation about his introduction to music as well as his records and tours he has been apart of. Seth is insanely talented and an all around great dude. Hope you enjoy this latest episode with Seth Roberts.https://open.s…
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny share their thoughts on the 2011 Hungarian movie A torinói ló (The Turin Horse), directed by Béla Tarr, based on a screenplay by László Krasznahorkai: "On January 3, 1889 in Turin, Italy, Friedrich Nietzsche steps out of the doorway of number six, Via Carlo Albert. Not far from him, a cab driver is having trouble wi…
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In this latest episode I welcome the Godfather of Spirit Filled Hardcore Tim Mann (Focused, Flowers for June, Sandalwood, Resolve) to the podcast. Tim and I have an amazing conversation regarding his history in music and what he currently up to now. We also discuss the beginning of the spirit filled hardcore scene and the impact focused had on toda…
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In this latest episode I welcome my old friend Chris Siegle (Jeremiah’s Grotto, Farewell to Fashion) to the podcast. This is an awesome conversation with an incredibly gifted artist I’ve known for 25+ years. We talk about Chris’ intro into music and the records he was apart of in the past.https://open.spotify.com/artist/2X9cXdr4XwZmf0ZxefgRlVhttps:…
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The guest for this episode is Dr. Nick Monk, who joins me for a consideration of perhaps McCarthy’s most idiosyncratic work. The 90s were an exciting time for McCarthy fans. In 92 he published the award winning All the Pretty Horses, followed two years later by the next installment in the Border Trilogy, The Crossing. Before he would go on to close…
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In this latest episode I welcome Ty Garvey (Jonezetta, Don Quixote’s Horse) to the podcast. Ty and I talk about his intro into music as well as the his time In the band Jonezetta and their 2 awesome records on Tooth and Nail Records. We also talk about the future and his current musical outfit. https://open.spotify.com/artist/09l3QuYe7ExcyAZYosgVJx…
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In this latest episode I welcome Matthew Schwartz (Pacifico, Pacifico Records) and Aaron Sprinkle (Poor Old Lu, Rose Blossom Punch, Fair) from the Moontraveling Podcast. This is an awesome conversation with the 2 legends regarding there beginnings in music and a few of the records they have worked on. We talk with Matt about 2 of the Pacifico recor…
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny share their thoughts on the video essay "Voluntary Extinction" by @SolarSands. Request by @shujaatdhar9324. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- VOIDCAST LINKS: Voidcast Linktree: https://linktr.ee/veganvoidcast Voidcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/veganvoidcast Voidcast ema…
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In this latest episode I welcome the Almighty Mark Salomon (Stavesacre, The Crucified, Native Son, Neon Horse, Outer Circle, White Lighter, Never Was Podcast) to the podcast. Mark and I talk about his introduction to music and his journey as an artist throughout the years. We talk about the records that shaped who Mark has become and what the futur…
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In this latest episode I welcome Lou DeFabrizio (Dear Ephesus, Gasoline heart, The Kick, Tenderfoot, Summer Rental) to the podcast. Lou and I talk about his introduction to music and his extensive music catalog and various other hilarious and awesome stories. https://open.spotify.com/artist/1P3erKwkJQbm9VT6QTXhwrhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/6hJz…
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In this latest episode I welcome the awesome Don Clark (Training for Utopia, Demon Hunter, Invisible Creature) to the podcast. Such an awesome conversation with this incredibly gifted individual. Don and I talk about his beginnings in music and art, and what the future holds for this acclaimed artist. https://tfu-official.com/https://www.invisiblec…
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Episode 47 of READING MCCARTHY considers the author’s references to and uses of disability in its many forms. My guest DR BRENT CLINE. He has published articles and chapters involving disability on Walker Percy, James Agee, and Daniel Keyes. His review of The Passenger/Stella Maris was published with The University Bookman. He teaches a seminar on …
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In this latest episode I welcome Devin Chaulk formerly of Haste the Day. Devin and I talk about his beginnings in music and his time in Haste the day. Devin has a unique perspective on music and his time in the music industry I hope you enjoy as much as I did. https://open.spotify.com/artist/7voCqDg5xgF1LZFrmbPS7whttps://music.apple.com/us/artist/h…
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In this latest episode I welcome Jason Stinson (Overcome, Indwelling) to the podcast. Jason and I talk about his introduction to music and his upbringing. We also talk about the bands Overcome and Indwelling, and the Records Jason has worked on throughout the years. https://open.spotify.com/artist/6ABmxu9ULSKhwpuVsrr7Xrhttps://open.spotify.com/arti…
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny share their thoughts on the 2023 book "Human Extinction: A History of the Science and Ethics of Annihilation" by Émile P. Torres. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Voidcast Linktree: https://linktr.ee/veganvoidcast Voidcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/veganvoidcast Voidca…
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In this latest episode I welcome Peter Espevoll from the Mighty Extol, and Hrada. Peter and I talk about his formative years and his introduction into music. We also talk about the Extol records as well as his latest outfit Hrada. We also touch on the recent Extol reformation and upcoming record via Solid State Records.https://open.spotify.com/sear…
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In this latest episode I welcome the amazing Nate Shumaker from the bands Everdown, The Burning Paris, Lavinia, and Dopamine Records to the Podcast. Nate and I talk about his intro into music and all the bands and records he has been a apart of in various ways. I hope you enjoy this episode with Nate Shumaker.https://open.spotify.com/artist/6BosaOJ…
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In this latest episode I welcome Andy Blunda (Driver Eight, Fastball, Palo Alto) to the podcast. Andy and I talk about his introduction into music as well as the records that shaped his musical journey. We touch on the bands, tours and records he has been apart of throughout his illustrious career. We also talk about his current music he is releasi…
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In this latest episode I welcome my buddy Phil Chamberlain (To Speak of Wolves, Sullivan, This Runs Through) to the podcast. This is an awesome conversation with an awesome musician and friend. Phil goes through his history in the music business as well as his current life including his clothing brand. I hope you enjoy this latest episode with Phil…
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In this episode we ride to the end of the road in the last episode of the Border Trilogy, CITIES ON THE PLAIN. My guest for this foray is Dr. Bryan Vescio, Professor and Chair of English at High Point University in North Carolina. A guest on former episodes on faith and Suttree, Dr. Vescio is the author of the 2014 book Reconstruction in Literary S…
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny share their thoughts on the 2017 movie First Reformed, written and directed by Paul Schrader: "Reverend Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke) is a solitary, middle-aged parish pastor at a small Dutch Reform church in upstate New York on the cusp of celebrating its 250th anniversary. Once a stop on the Underground Railroad, the…
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In this latest episode I welcome Doug Lorig (Roadside Monument, Calm Collapse) to the podcast. Doug and I talk about his journey into music, and what he is up to now. We talk about the Roadside Monument records as well as his current project, Calm Collapse. This is an awesome conversation with a gifted and talented musician I have been a fan of for…
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In this latest episode I welcome the Incredibly gifted and prolific singer / songwriter John Mark McMillan. John Mark and I go back a few years and it was nice to catch up with him to discuss his past, present and future. We dive into the previous records, The Medicine, Economy, Borderland,Mercury & Lightning, and Peopled with Dreams. This is an in…
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In this latest episode I welcome Jeff Bettger, aka Jeff Suffering (90 LB Wuss, Raft of Dead Monkeys, Jeff Suffering and Hideous Thieves, DRY BNZ) to the podcast. Jeff and I discuss his musical journey including his time in the above mentioned bands. This is an incredible conversation with a highly influential artist in the Punk Rock / Post Punk wor…
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In This latest episode I welcome Manny Contreras (Impending Doom, The Devastated, Bleeding Through) to the podcast. Manny and I talk about his musical beginnings as well as his time with all the bands he has played in. We discuss the Impending Doom records, tours, as well as his time in The Devastated, and Touring guitarist for the band Bleeding Th…
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This is our final of 3 tribute episodes in the wake of Cormac McCarthy's passing this past June. Guests on this final tribute episode include: Dr. Steven Frye, professor and chair of English at California State University in Bakersfield. Steve has just stepped down as President of the Cormac McCarthy Society. He is the author of Understanding Corma…
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In this latest episode I welcome Russell Holbrook from the bands Joe Christmas, World Against World, and Choose your own Adventure. Russell and I talk about his beginnings into music, the bands he has played in and his Career as an Author. We discuss the much Loved Joe Christmas records Upstairs Overlooking, and North to the Future and his thoughts…
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In this episode Carlos and Lenny share their thoughts on the 2018 Swedish sci-fi movie Aniara, directed by Pella Kågerman & Hugo Lilja, based on the epic poem of the same name by Harry Martinson: "With Earth in disrepair and no longer inhabitable, the human race begins to leave the planet for a new home on Mars. One of the departing vessels, the sh…
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In this latest episode I welcome Jonathan Caro (Stairwell, Bloodshed, Binder of Light, Rainy Days) to the podcast. Jonathan and I talk about his beginnings into music as well as all the bands and records he has played on over the years. We touch on the short but much beloved Bloodshed, as well as the Catchy as hell Stairwell, and his current projec…
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