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Strangers in a Tangled Wilderness is a collectively run publisher dedicated to producing and curating inclusive and intersectional culture informed by anarchistic ideals. This podcast provides audio versions of our monthly feature as well as interviews with the contributors. This can include stories, fiction, poetry, memoir, non-fiction, theater pieces, comics, books, pop culture analysis, recipes, music, history...and occasionally essays and theory. We are looking for content that doesn’t k ...
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When three high school students from modern-day Pennsylvania find themselves trapped in a world of wizards, elves, and feudal intrigue, they must learn to survive in their new surroundings, and undertake an epic quest to save the world from the encroaching forces of chaos. WARNING: This Audio Drama contains adult language, graphic descriptions of violence, and explicit discussions of sexuality. This is, of course, in the interest of historical realism. We hope you enjoy our story about wizar ...
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Welcome to Gender Reveal, a podcast about nonbinary and transgender folks. Join us as we interview notable trans guests, analyze current events, answer advice questions and get a little bit closer to understanding what the heck gender is.
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Including Animals is a podcast about ethical veganism. Featuring interviews with radical activists, thinkers, writers and others who include non-human animals in their anti-oppression framework, our conversations refuse to leave animals behind in of our collective work towards radical liberation and justice. Including Animals demands that listeners recognize that the exploitation and domination of non-human animals must be brought to an end, while understanding how white-dominant vegan cultu ...
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Episode Summary Margaret talks with Sprout and Sherry Anne from Sabot Media and The Blackflower Collective about organizing in rural areas and how that can be different from organizing in more urban areas. Sprout and Sherry Anne talk about the different projects that Sabot Media and The Blackflower Collective work on, supporting unhoused people, th…
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Episode Summary On this week's Live Like the World is Dying, Margaret and Inmn finish their talk about go bags. They talk about important documents, knives, tools, sleeping systems, shelters, coping with isolation, food, water, firearms, specific situations you might need a go bag for, and of course, DnD. Host Info Margaret can be found on twitter …
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Happy Fast X Day! We're celebrating chosen familia by sharing Mckenzee's essay "Letty Did Not Trans Me But Maybe She Did" from our upcoming anthology 2 TRANS 2 FURIOUS, now available for preorder! (Note: Tuck's audio quality got messed up but we're just rolling with it, OK?) Preorder 2 TRANS 2 FURIOUS at 2trans2furious.bigcartel.com. Get your 10% o…
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Tuck chats with Mckenzee about basement pizza, intrusive thoughts, the PTW slur, our college radio origin story, and a partial list of ways to be "more transsexual." Find the full episode on Patreon for discussions of: Joyce Carol Oates tweet crimes Winning with your real tits and ass Femboy vs rosboy?? Celebrity posting allyship Oakland possums an…
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Episode Summary On this week's Live Like the World is Dying, Margaret and Inmn talk about what goes in a go bag, or bug out bag as they are sometimes called, and how being oogles might have set them up for being preppers. They talk about the different purposes one might make a go bag for, the different smaller kits that make them up, as well as oth…
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Episode Summary This time on This Month in the Apocalypse, Margaret, Brooke, and Inmn talk about a lot of stuff that happened in April. They explore the history of Mayday, what will happen if the US defaults on its debts, Brooke's reasons for not wanting to become a Dracula, strikes, a report from the Sudanese Anarchist Gathering on the current con…
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Regan becomes increasingly entangled in the affairs of Pacific Ridge, while the Party puts their plan into motion. Yllodyk may have found an ally, but she has some explaining to do first. CREDITS FOR THIS EPISODE: Directed by CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA Written by CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA and GREGORY M. SCHULZ PERFORMED BY: RHIANNON ANGELL as… Yll…
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Summary This month, we have a short memior like piece by Molly B’damn called Moll Parts. It’s a nonlinear story of vignettes about working in strip clubs for ten years. After the story, stay for an interview with the author and a special guest interviewer. The word of the month this month is the unlikely origin and meaning of what might be your nam…
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Episode Summary James teaches Margaret about sourdough bread. He provides specific instructions on how to start a sourdough starter, keep it alive, and how to then turn the starter into tasty bread. Margaret and James also discuss the intricacies of British vs American English and Margaret learns about a magical Belgian spoon. Guest Info James Stou…
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Episode Summary Margaret and Eric discuss the ins and outs of prepping from a more traditional perspective than usual. They go over the basic tenets of preparedness, outline some easy and manageable ways to start prepping, find new and fun ways to laugh at traditional bunker mentalities, and discover that community is once again the best resource a…
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Episode Summary Carrot and Margaret talk about all things hiking, including thru-hiking and ultralight hiking. They talk about how to choose the right gear for the right purposes and how to minimize the impacts of long distance hiking on your body. They go through the complications of bringing dogs on long hikes and how to stay safer around grizzly…
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Episode Notes Summary This month on Strangers, we have a short piece of science fiction by G.J. Morbidelli called “The Case of Arog Bine” a story about the multigenerational task of repairing a ship and the strange machines you might meet along the way. After the story, Inmn and George talk about writing, world building, and sci-fi tropes. The word…
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Episode Summary Brooke and Margaret talk about every thing that went wrong this last month, and some good things. Sort of. They talk about more chemical spills, storing water and water filtration, tornadoes, more news on anti trans bills, inflation, super fun fungi, not fun at all guy Trump and his indictment, and how a drone (or satellite phone) c…
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Episode Summary Margaret and Agatha talk about mutual aid in Ukraine and Agatha's experience trying to go there to fight in an anti-authoritarian platoon, but ending up doing a bunch of mutual aid supply distribution work instead. They talk about he intricacies of relief work and some of the special circumstances in Ukraine. Heavy content warning o…
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Happy Trans Day of Snack! We’re explaining today’s mutual aid campaign (including FREE SNACKS for trans people in 26 US states) and sharing a sneak peek of our snack-packed chat with Lilith K, tweeter of that famous tweet. Our full interview with Lilith is available here. Find Lilith at @deathcarpets and on the podcasts Ghostpuncher Corps and Diet …
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Yllodyk reckons with the aftershock from her parents’ untimely deaths. Under the Black Mountains, Mag Uidhir and the Dragon make good on their bargain. CREDITS FOR THIS EPISODE: Directed by CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA Written by O CARCIENTE and CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA PERFORMED BY: RHIANNON ANGELL as… Yllodyk GARRETT ARMYN as… Jethro IAN HARKINS …
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Episode Summary Janet and Margaret talk about sustainable foraging, herbalism, wild tending, constructive ethics on why you might choose not to wildcraft, ways to impact your food intake in small but meaningful ways, unlearning extractive tendencies when harvesting food and medicine, and upholding indigenous wisdom around wild tending. Guest Info J…
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Episode Summary Brooke talks with Alissa and Alex about horrors of the legal system. She walks through both of their legal ordeals from the circumstances of their targeting, arrests, court appearances, and current statuses. Alissa and Alex were both arrested separately in connection to violence from the far Right. Guest Info Alissa Azar (she/they) …
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Episode Summary Brooke, Casandra, and Margaret talk about the war in Ukraine and how Russia is not doing great, the train derailment in East Palestine, anti trans bills, Adderall shortages and meth, the return of Big Chicken, long covid as potential auto immune disease, further bans on abortion drugs, drought, floods, earthquakes and the US's top p…
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Summary "Lidlekh" is an exploration of the music and history of the Vilna Ghetto Uprising. Aurora tells Inmn about the resistance fighters, poets, and musicians that participated in the underground resistance of the Nazi occupation of Poland. They talk about the power of music, historical contexts, the mythos of the dark forest, and the true histor…
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Tuck chats with actor and writer Ryan Ken (they/them). Topics include: Why a TikTok can be more useful than a DEI training Using fashion strategically as a fat, Black, queer, nonbinary person When astrology can be reminiscent of Evangelical Christianity Why masculinity, not femininity, felt fragile and delicate as a child Plus: classical violin, La…
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Old rivalries flare in Pacific Ridge. Nelson finds a kindred spirit. Regan folds some new allies into the Party’s plan. CREDITS FOR THIS EPISODE: Directed by CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA Written by CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA and GREGORY M. SCHULZ PERFORMED BY: RHIANNON ANGELL as… Janey GARRETT ARMYN as… Sir Brennen Willemson DAN DOBRANSKY as… Vanderb…
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Episode Summary Brooke and Carla talk about parenting as radicals and youth autonomy, but more importantly, they talk about adult supremacy, the history of it, the ways it influences all of our lives and strategies for confronting it as parents and non parents. They breakdown childism, and talk about how the most important thing you can do is liste…
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Tuck chats live in Brooklyn with AC Dumlao (they/he), Mattie Lubchansky (they/them) and Io (they/them). Topics include: Changing your legal name to facilitate your Wendy’s order Why gaslighting your family is the transmasc experience Reading the dictionary to find out if your boyfriend is queer Putting a basketball in your Irreversible Damage hole …
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Tuck checks in with BFF of the show Mckenzee Griffler (she/her). Topics include: Speedrunning gender Special girl bottom surgery Getting comfortable with public voice training Finally not thinking about gender at all times constantly(!) Plus: toe gender, breakfast sandwich crimes, and gender podcast good actually?! This Week in Gender: Unholy under…
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Episode Summary Brooke, Casandra, and Margaret talk about some laws that the ATF just imposed and how you might soon be a felon, some bizarre tax proposals that have been in the works for the last quarter of a century, and check in our old friend, the Colorado River in This Month in the Apocalypse. Host Info Margaret can be found on twitter @magpie…
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Summary We play an RPG written by Inmn with some of the folks from It Could Happen Here. The game is set in the world of Margaret's new book, Escape from Incel Island. To cope with rising misogynist violence, the US government offered people a goldenopportunity: any one who felt like they were owed a free woman could move to a remote islandand be g…
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Tuck speaks with hacktivist maia arson crimew (it/she). Topics include: Takeaways from the No Fly List leak Why “white hat” and “black hat” hacking is another false binary An argument against copyright laws Which came first, the hacker or the catgirl? Plus: bi lesbians, bingle, and the one time horseshoe theory was real?? Find maia @_nyancrimew and…
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Upon arriving in the West, the Party encounters challenges they never anticipated. But after learning more about their new locale, a plan takes shape. CREDITS FOR THIS EPISODE: Directed by CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA Written by CHRISTIAN T. KELLEY-MADERA and GREGORY M. SCHULZ Additional Writing Help from ANA O’DANIEL PERFORMED BY: RHIANNON ANGELL as…
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Episode Summary Margaret and Nadia talk about harm reduction, what it is, how it relates to community preparedness, strategies for including harm reduction in your preparedness routines, and a little bit of history and legality as relates to different kinds of drug use. Guest Info Nadia works with Next Distro and can be found at https://nextdistro.…
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Tuck speaks with DEI strategist Lily Zheng (they/them). Topics include: Why pizza can be more useful than a 60-minute workshop Can we DEI our way out of transphobic workplaces? What makes allyship performative? (It’s not what you think!) Should corporations be hosting Trans Day of Remembrance events? Plus: does DEI work delay the proletarian revolu…
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Tuck speaks with gender-affirming voice teacher Renée Yoxon (they/them). Topics include: How do we modify the perceived gender of our voices? What exactly causes a “t-voice”? What does nonbinary vocal training sound like? How do mobility aids affect the way your gender is perceived? Plus: Maverique gender, jazz, and how the two dogs inside of you c…
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