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Voices on the Praire Wind is produced by The Legacy of the Plains Museum in Gering, Nebraska, and dives into the history of the panhandle of Nebraska, eastern Wyoming, and branches out into the High Plains Region. We will have stories and historical discussions about early settlement, Oregon/Mormon/California Trails, Native American history, Agricultural, local industries, daily life, and many more topics.
 
THE BIBLIO FILE is one of the world's leading podcasts about "the book" and an inquiry into the wider world of book culture. Hosted by Nigel Beale it features wide ranging conversations with authors, poets, book publishers, booksellers, book editors, book collectors, book makers, book scholars, book critics, book designers, book publicists, literary agents and other certified bibliophiles.
 
Conservation Chat, hosted by anthropologist Jacqueline Comito, is a podcast series that explores the relationship between conservation, soil, water, agriculture, and the people of Iowa. This is accomplished through thoughtful interviews with farmers and rural and urban residents about conservation and water quality in the state. Comito is the Director of Iowa Learning Farms, an Iowa State University Extension and Outreach program that has been building a culture of conservation statewide for ...
 
A boozy podcast with bite! Each week, host Prairie Rose, founder of the award-winning cocktail and spirits blog Bit by a Fox, will talk drinking culture, imbibing through history, and what’s trending today in the world of intoxicants. She’ll talk to the personalities and experts behind the booze - from scientists and historians to master distillers, wine makers and industry insiders. Every week She'll uncover the hidden stories behind the glass, with plenty of cocktail party fodder to spare. ...
 
Join David Willms, Mike McGrady, Nephi Cole, and entertaining guests each week as they use humor, storytelling, and more than 40 years of collective experience in law, science, and policy to explain important decisions affecting your outdoor experience. As the guys frequently say, "There are millions of acres of opportunity out there. They belong to you. Every day, decisions are being made that affect your land, your water, and your wildlife. You should know about them. This is Your Mountain ...
 
Brian chats with friends and guests about topics around hunting and fishing. We share some incite and tips to help you be more successful in your pursuits. We are based in the Upper Midwest, born and raised! Grouse and woodcock hunting to quail and prairie grouse. We are shifting gears into the fishing season and have some great shows coming in the Summer of 2021. Season 2 will kick off on September 1. The Amaazen Outdoors Podcast's mission is to advocate for conservation and motivate indivi ...
 
Well Reds was a monthly podcast featuring comedian Charlie Demers and guests discussing fiction and non-fiction books of interest to the left. The show released new episodes from May 2018 to December 2019 and was produced by André Goulet. Find Charlie's new interview show 'Full of Chit-Chat' wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to his Substack for exclusive new writing and more at https://charliedemers.substack.com/people/14775259-charlie-demers
 
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David LaMere of the Wildhuntsman Podcast stops by to chat about podcasting and outdoor life. David's podcast specializes in telling the stories of the "hunt." We chat about how he got into the outdoors lifestyle. Discussions about some of his guests (one mutual, writer, Edgar Castillo) and the stories that inspired him to start hunting. These stori…
 
Brian sits down with Alaina Gerrits to discuss how bird hunting in WI is going to look like this fall. We get an update on Ruffed Grouse spring drumming counts. We chat about the drought conditions. We also kick around some controversial topics like Turkey competing with ruffed grouse, ext. Alaina is going to moving into a new role within the WI DN…
 
Brian chats with new upland hunter Drew Rodman (@cuttincoveys). Drew invited Amaazen Outdoors out to the Sandhills for the opener of prairie grouse season. Unfortunately due to some circumstances (bear hunting), Brian was not able to join Drew. Drew shares his story about his GSPs and how he got into hunting. Drew found upland hunting later in life…
 
Brian chats with Dave Mabie about hunting black bears with hounds in Wisconsin. Dave runs Platt Hounds on Bear, Bobcat, Coyotes, Coons & Wolves. We chat about how he got into hunting over hounds. Dave and Brian conversate about some of the public perception issues surrounding hound hunters. Some other topics we touch on, WI Wolf hunt, Dog Training …
 
On this episode of The Biblio File Book Club Heather O'Neill and I discuss one of her favourite novels, Agota Kristof's The Notebook. This dark, fractured fairy tale of a story, told in simple, striking, visual language, describes the devastating impact of war on children and their families. Set in an unknown country during wartime it follows the l…
 
David Wolf, Director of the Legacy of the Plains Museum, is joined by Vicki Schmitt and Jack Preston to talk about the impact of the Homestead Act and its impact in the western Nebraska/Wyobraska area. The Homestead Act was one of the major contributors to settlement in Wyobraska, and both of Jack’s great grandparents homesteaded in Scotts Bluff Co…
 
Aimee Peake has been active in the antiquarian book business in Winnipeg for more than 20 years. She got her start as an apprentice to Michael Park, proprietor Greenfield Books. In 2000 she took over as manager of the newly-opened Bison Books, assuming sole proprietorship in 2010. In 2018 she purchased Greenfield and amalgamated it with Bison. You'…
 
Jack David launched the publishing house ECW in 1974 as the journal Essays on Canadian Writing - from which came the E, the C, and the W. For the next ten years the company focused on scholarly projects and occasionally dabbled in more accessible trade books and biographies. The breakthrough came when it decided in the early 90s to publish books ab…
 
Dr. Stephen Enniss is Director of the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. He has held previous appointments at the Folger Shakespeare Library and at Emory University’s Rare Book Library. His research interests are in 20th century poetry, and he has written on Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath, and Seamus Heaney, among others. He is the…
 
David Wolf, Director of the Legacy of the Plains Museum, speaks with Gary Warrner. Gary’s family moved to the area in the early 1880’s and settled in south-central Scotts Bluff County. Gary’s chronicles both sides of his grandparent’s journey to the area and talks about his personal journey which has taken him to the oil fields in Texas and back to…
 
Mike Johnson of Veterans On the Fly stops by the podcast to share what his program is doing for our men and women who served our country! We chat about his love for fly fishing and getting others into the sport. Mike shares all the details about how this program started in Madison WI. The group of guys bounced around with a few different non-profit…
 
Brian takes the podcast on the road this week to a special location on the banks of the Chippewa River. In an old northern WI bar that was originally opened in 1929 resides a custom rod builder. The nostalgia only makes a musky guy's, like Brian, stomach fill with butterflies. Looking at the legendary Chippewa River while discussing the "outlaw" fl…
 
Meghan Constantinou has been Head Librarian at The Grolier Club since 2011 and a Club member since 2013. Her research interests include the history of private collecting, women’s book ownership, and provenance studies. The Club Library collects, preserves, and makes accessible materials dedicated to the history and art of the book. Strengths of its…
 
In this episode, Brian and his little brother recap a week of highs and lows fishing the rivers in Wisconsin the first week of August. Fishing was good for smallmouth and musky. However, Brian had some black clouds hanging overhead. Lost a gopro, broke a rod, broke an oar, hooking Jeff (twice), and a few other issues. Meet Jeff from Jeff Loves fish…
 
Dave and Nephi break down the nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning to serve at the Director of the Bureau of Land Management, and David Chipman to serve as the Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. They also discuss a controversial ballot initiative in Oregon, a shooting sports competition in Colorado, and Dave’s displea…
 
One of the best ways to become a successful, fulfilled antiquarian bookseller is to establish close, long-lasting relationships with enthusiastic, committed, ideally well-heeled, collectors. Justin Schiller is a pioneer in the field of rare, collectible children's books. During his career he has developed extraordinary bonds with many passionate bo…
 
CCW Safe CEO and Co-Founder Mike Darter sits down for a talk with CCW Safe Member Stephen Maddox. In 2015 Stephen was forced to defend himself after being attacked three times by an assailant. He was charged with Murder. CCW Safe was there for him and helped him win an acquittal at trial in 2017. In the mid 90's Mike Darter was involved in an an on…
 
Don West and Steve Moses join Shawn Vincent to explore how fear and anger can affect an armed home defender’s judgment, making an important distinction between the “fear” and “belief” of great bodily injury or death when considering the justification for using deadly force.By Mike Darter
 
Walter Lockhart Gordon (1906 – 1987) was a Canadian accountant, businessman, politician, and economic nationalist. Born in Toronto, he was educated at Upper Canada College and the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario. Upon graduation he joined the family accounting firm of Clarkson, Gordon and Company. During World War II he served…
 
This week the guys talk about Recovering America's Wildlife Act (RAWA) and Prairie Chickens. Other topics discussed; Mike's big moves, How to become a primary or secondary source for Meateater, Endangered Species Act (again), The difference between Big Chickens and Little Chickens, Wildlife Funding and Grants, and a whole lot more.…
 
Brian chats with Heath and Jared. Both are lifelong friends with a passion for hunting and inspiring others. They started a company and release their first bird hunting vest last fall. We chat about their mission and company values (Made In America). We share a bit about life and hunting plans for the fall. You can follow these guys on Instagram Hu…
 
Don Lindgren established Rabelais Books in 2006. The bookshop now operates out of Biddeford, Maine and specializes in Artists’ Books, Cocktails, Cookbooks, Farm and Garden, Gastronomy, History of Food, Rare Periodicals, and Wine. We met years ago when I sought him out in Portland to talk about collecting cookbooks (Listen here). As we parted Don ha…
 
Brian sits down with Dan to discuss musky fishing. Both have a love-hate relations ship with fly fishing for the "fish of 10,000 casts." They swap stories and tactics. Dan started a fly shop during the pandemic selling only online. Dan blended his love for fly fishing and the lure of the Wisconsin musky with his new endeavor. Dan and his wife cater…
 
According to his website, "In 1995, Bruce Batchelor rocked the publishing industry when he invented print-on-demand (POD) publishing and triggered a landslide of new books from every country in the world." Did he invent it? You'll have to listen to the podcast to find out. Since 1995, more than 1,000,000 writers, says Bruce, "have seized the opport…
 
In this episode, Brian learns more about the local waters he calls home. Kasey works for the Wisconsin DNR in Western WI and she is responsible for managing the fisheries in two and a half counties. She is a big bow hunter and has a passion for the outdoors. Listen in as we explore some diverse water Brian likes to call home. From brook trout manag…
 
On Full of Chit-Chat ep22, long-time pal Niki Ashton (MP for Churchill—Keewatinook Aski) unpacks Canada's urgent tasks at home & beyond, including reckoning with the legacy of Genocide, the welcome renaissance of the Left and why every socialist boat actually does need an anchor (sorry Pat Martin!) in a friendly virtual sit-down with host Charlie D…
 
"Ursula Nordstrom (1910 - 1988) was publisher and editor-in-chief of juvenile books at Harper & Row from 1940 to 1973. She is credited with presiding over a transformation in children's literature in which morality tales written for adult approval gave way to works that instead appealed to children's imaginations and emotions." She authored the 196…
 
Brian gives the listeners a quick update on the WHY behind the Patreon Page. He also gives the details behind the 2021 Timberdoodle Wing Ding and how you can enter to win. Uplnd Outfitters Be Relentless - Upland Hunting Technical Gear Discount Code - Amaazen to get 20% off Chippewa River Custom Rod Company Discount Code - AMAAZEN10 will get you 10%…
 
On a new Full of Chit-Chat comedian (and Charlie's former 'Fight or Fight Crew' mental health podcast co-host) Dave Harris comes by to talk about brain chemistry, beard maintenance and being haunted by the seminal 1990 classic novelty song 'Do the Bartman'. Hear the full 10 episode season of 'Fight or Flight Crew' at https://www.listennotes.com/pod…
 
Brian discuss some new projects coming to Minnesota's Northwoods! RGS has been hard at work bringing parties to the table. They have brought in the resources and collaborative effort to get some timber sales going in the national forest. In addition to establishing 80+ miles of new hunter walking trails up north. Mike shares some of his spring trav…
 
This week Dave and Nephi sit down to talk about mule deer migration with Patrick Rodgers, a University of Wyoming grad research associate at the Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. They discuss the science of migration; riding the green wave; impacts of development; and whether hunting triggers migration. They also discuss Pat's re…
 
Marion Sinclair has been Chief Executive of Publishing Scotland since 2008, with responsibility for program management, funding bids, policy, the International Publishing Fellowship program, publishing practice issues and reporting to Creative Scotland. She has worked in the book publishing sector for more than 30 years, at Polygon from 1988-97 (aw…
 
Brian, Kyle, and Frank chat about the 2021 turkey season. What was supposed to be a conversation about success this spring... Quickly turned to a conversation about what is going on with the decline in turkey populations in the heartlands. Uplnd Outfitters Be Relentless - Upland Hunting Technical Gear Discount Code - Amaazen to get 20% off Chippewa…
 
Friend of the Podcast, Trevor Hubbs, stops by and makes his debut appearance to shed some light on an issue that could impact WI for years to come. Trevor enlightened us on how your everyday sportsman can impact hunting changes/rules in Wisconsin. We chat about some of Trevor's passions ranging from his dogs to his outreach as a veteran to other ve…
 
Conrad Black - in full, Conrad Moffat Black, Lord Black of Crossharbour - was born in 1944, in Montreal. He is an author, columnist, historian, and businessman who built the third largest newspaper group in the world during the 1980s and 1990s. At its height the organization controlled nearly 250 newspapers including the London Daily Telegraph, the…
 
On an auspicious episode 20 host Charlie Demers welcomes BC’s Attorney General & Minister for Housing for a conversation on political culture, pandemic, & complicated inheritances. Plus: a special surprise appearance by Charlie's daughter, adorably interrupting a conversation about the housing market! Find out more about David's work as the MLA for…
 
Brian dials up Sam Stien of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation to discuss planning a fall trip out west for Sage grouse. The casual conversation takes a few turns. Sam shares some of his story about moving from Chicago to Wyoming and falling in love with Sage grouse (and all of WY). We learn why he uses the hashtag #breadboi for his dog. Sam also drop…
 
On episode 19 Charlie welcomes thinking person’s rock star Hawksley Workman for a conversation on uncoolness, the bespoke 1980s & what the internet is doing to us one click at a time. For the latest on Hawksley's work see https://hawksleyworkman.com/ Get early access to the show by stepping in the chit-chat and subscribing to Charlie's excellent Su…
 
John Brookshire Thompson is a British sociologist, a professor at the University of Cambridge, and a fellow of Jesus College. His work over the past two decades has focused particularly on the publishing industry. Books in the Digital Age: The Transformation of Academic and Higher Education Publishing in Britain and the United States (Polity, 2005)…
 
Bianca “Mo” McGrath-Martinez This week Dave and Nephi sit down to talk with Bianca "Mo" McGrath-Martinez of Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoors (HECHO) to address the importance of diversity in the R3 discussion. Topics include barriers to becoming a hunter, how Bianca got into hunting, buying her first firearm, mentors, her mount…
 
Ruth Panofsky is Professor of English at Ryerson University in Toronto. She is a leading scholar of the history of publishing and authorship in Canada and Canadian Jewish literature, an award-winning poet and a Fellow of the Royal Society. We met via Zoom to discuss her most recent book Toronto Trailblazers: Women in Canadian Publishing (2019, U of…
 
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