Best Caint podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Love is connecting with the man in the maroon Bonneville who killed your Big Naked Guy. Love is responding to grief by inviting the Devil into your home. Love is finding yourself sitting Zen in an Elk’s Lodge. Love is learning your mom is boinking a dude in a squirrel costume. The quirky characters in Cain’t Do Nothing with Love get themselves in the worst pickles, thanks to love . . . can love get them out? Join them as they travel the wandering, unpredictable path of love. Nine of the four ...
 
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To contribute to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a grassroots nonprofit working to end violence in the lives of women, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://ncadv.org/
 
"Full Moon Walk" first appeared in print in Southern Women's Review. To contribute to The Nature Conservancy, a worldwide charity preserving the lands and waters on which all life depends, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://www.nature.org
 
"Pocketbook Syndrome" first appeared in print in New Madrid. To contribute to the Memphis Gay and Lesbian Community Center, a charity working to build safer places within ourselves and in our community, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://mglcc.org…
 
To contribute to WKNO 91.1, NPR for the Mid-South, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://wknofm.org/ . Or donate to your own regional NPR affiliate for its free public radio act of kindness.
 
"Gift of the Elephant" first appeared in print at Eureka Literary Magazine. The story received a Pushcart Nomination, Best of the Small Presses. To contribute to Caritas Village, a charity devoted to creatively joining together people from many diverse backgrounds, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ ...…
 
"A Trip to the Lawyer" first appeared in print in RedHot ChickLit Review. To contribute to Common Ground, a program of the YWCA devoted to conversations on race & communities in action, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://commongroundmemphis.org/…
 
To contribute to Church Health Center, a charity providing healthcare for the working uninsured, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://churchhealthcenter.org/
 
To contribute to the Betty Ford Center, an alcohol and drug treatment center, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://www.bettyfordcenter.org/
 
"Drunk at the FoodLand Again" first appeared online at Southern Hum. To contribute to Feeding America, a charity devoted to ending hunger, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://feedingamerica.org
 
"Baby Dog, Peewee Ned, and the Devil's Naked Butt," first appeared in print in Hurricane Review. To contribute to the Door of Hope, a charity dedicated to ending homelessness one door at a time, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://DoorofHopeMemphis.org…
 
"Just Now" first appeared in print in Memphis Magazine, the winner of its 2009 Short Fiction Contest. To contribute to the American Cancer Society, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://cancer.org
 
"Ain't No Commies 'Round Here" To contribute to Workers Interfaith Network, a charity faithfully seeking justice with workers, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://workersinterfaithnetwork.org
 
"Rollerblader for Jesus" first appeared in print in Gulf Coast Literary Journal. To contribute to Memphis School of Servant Leadership, a charity devoted to a journey of intentional Christianity, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://servantleadership-memphis.org…
 
"Lucky Critters" first appeared in print in Peralta Press, the winner of its 2K2 contest. To contribute to Mid-South Peace and Justice, a charity working in the areas of collaboration and nonviolence, please follow the link at http://caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com/charities/ or visit http://midsouthpeace.org…
 
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