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In this conversation series, USA Today bestselling novelist Carter Wilson talks to writers of all backgrounds in order to find out why they do what they do. He and his guests discuss childhood influences, roots of creativity, luck and loss, tools of the craft, and the highs and lows of publishing. At the end of their conversation, they pick a random sentence from a random book and use it to create an impromptu short story. Visit Carter at www.carterwilson.com.
 
G.E. Lessing, widely regarded by students of theater as the world's first dramaturg, was also one of the first proponents of the German bourgeois tragedy. Miss Sara Sampson, in which a young woman runs off with a ne'er-do-well who is still entangled with his former mistress, was a reaction against the Voltarian verse drama popular in the eighteenth century. (Summary by Arielle Lipshaw) Cast: Sir William Sampson: Anthony Miss Sara Sampson, his daughter: Arielle Lipshaw Mellefont: Algy Pug Mar ...
 
Soul Sessions ~ An exploration into the mystery and art of living. A podcast hosted by Adrienne Abeyta. Freedom is a mindset, but first, we must admit that we are not the victim of circumstances. Personal growth occurs when we surrender our defenses, confront our shadow, accept our limitations, acknowledge our strengths, and walk confidently in the direction of our goals. Buried beneath our deepest wounds lies the treasure of life. To excavate this, we must be willing to embrace our fears an ...
 
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On this week’s podcast, Tom Crook and Paul Whitty join Ben Smith in the scorching heat of his garden, talk the Euros, before sharing their favourite new tracks from the past couple of months. Artist “Track” [Album] Michael Kiwanuka “You Ain’t The Problem” [Kiwanuka] Low “Days Like These” [Hey What] Squid “Pamphlets” [Bright Green Fields] Scott Tann…
 
This week on [edit] radio, Ben Marwood talks football, about a dreamed impression of a pop star and about becoming a homeowner as he shares his favourite new music track that he’s hand-picked for your enjoyment. Artist “Track” [Album] black midi “John L” [cavalcade] CHAI “Ping Pong! (ft. YMCK)” [Wink] Julia Jacklin and RVG “Army of Me” [Single] Pom…
 
On this week’s podcast, Kev Lawson returns for the second week on the spin and plays the best track ever paid for by an insurance company, a track for his future mother-in-law and a rapper being more Drake than Drake as part of brand spanking near-hour of new music for you to enjoy. Artist “Track” [Album] Overcoats “Used To Be Scared Of The Dark (f…
 
Graham Hurley is the author of 25 novels, and shows no signs of slowing down. In his previous life, he worked as a script-writer with Southern Television before becoming a researcher and later a director. His latest novel is The Last Flight to Stalingrad, which The Times called "historical fiction of the highest order." Among other things, Carter a…
 
Julia Heaberlin is the author of the international bestseller Black-Eyed Susans, Paper Ghosts, and We Are All the Same in the Dark, her newest crime novel set in the moody landscape of Texas where she grew up. Heaberlin’s psychological thrillers, all set in her home state, have sold to more than twenty countries. Among other things, Carter and Juli…
 
The first in a two-week slot, on this week’s podcast Kev Lawson, rounds out the month of June by challenging emo bands to change the subject, the joy of missing out, about his album of 2021, inverted Joy Division and more, as he shares his favourite new tracks from the past month. Artist “Track” [Album] Hot Mulligan “Featuring Mark Hoppus” [Why I w…
 
Steven James is a kind and gentle soul who writes about dark, gritty things. He's the author of more than thirty books, including the critically acclaimed Bowers Files, an eleven-book series of psychological thrillers which includes Opening Moves, Every Crooked Path, and Every Deadly Kiss. The series has received four Christy Awards, which is a dam…
 
On this week’s podcast, Jenessa Williams talks about shy interviewees, KPop and more as she delivers a primo new-music buffet for you to feast on this week. Artist “Track” [Album] Wolf Alice “How Can I Make It OK?” [Blue Weekend] BTS “Butter” [Single] DellaXOZ “Ahh!!” [Single] Lime Garden “Sick & Tired” [Single] Cherym “Listening to My Head” [Singl…
 
Mark Stevens is a helluva good writer and an all-around good dude. Best known for his Allison Coil mystery series, Mark’s novel Antler Dust was a Denver Post best-seller in 2007 and 2009. Buried by the Roan, Trapline, and Lake of Fire were all finalists for the Colorado Book Award (2012, 2015 and 2016 respectively). Trapline won. Mark has been name…
 
On this week’s podcast, Tom Crook, Paul Whitty and Ben Smith talk bumping into fellow [edit] radio host’s, ABBA and take inspiration from a listener collated playlist of French-Horn Rock (Thanks Max ). Artist “Track” [Album] Sharon van Etten & Angel Olson “Like I Used To” [single] The Fall “Sparta F.C.” [Country On The Click] Japanese Breakfast “Ko…
 
Lynne Constantine is an internationally bestselling author who writes with her sister as Liv Constantine (The Last Mrs. Parrish) and solo as L.C. Shaw (The Silent Conspiracy). Her books have been translated into 28 languages, are available in 33 countries, and are in development for both television and film. Among other things, Carter and Lynne tal…
 
On this week’s podcast, Ben Marwood talks friendship, Eurovision and the end of the pandemic as he plays his favourite tracks both new and used. Artist “Track” [Album] Aesop Rock “Dog At The Door” [Spirit Animal Field Guide] Daði Freyr “10 Years” [-] Field Music “Not When You’re In Love” [Flat White Moon] Jeff Rosenstock “Old Crap” [NO DREAM] Modes…
 
K.J. Howe lived all over the world growing up, and those experiences turned her into a bestselling and award-winning storyteller with global reach. Among other things, Carter and K.J. talk about meticulous research, the kindness of thriller writers, and kidnapping conferences in Miami. At the end of their conversation they make up a short story sta…
 
On this week’s podcast, Kev Lawson natters about visiting family for the first time in over a year, the great emo-revival and the next big thing in K-Pop in between sharing his favourite new music tracks. Artist “Track” [Album] Skrillex, Swae Lee & Siiickbrain “Too Bizarre” [Single] The Armed “An Iteration” [Ultrapop] Iron Chic “Catgut” [Single] Or…
 
Sean Eads writes for himself and is unapologetic about it. Not only is Sean a talented and amazingly prolific author of countless novels and short stories, he and Carter are in the same critique group. Carter and Sean talk about audience, character development, and the lasting pain from accidentally deleting a manuscript. At the end of their conver…
 
Newly twenty-eight, Jenessa Williams delivers a podcast of two halves; the youthful pop-punk icons making her feel old, and the same-age artists proving that there is still plenty of fun to be had. Artist “Track” [Album] Olivia Rodrigo “brutal” [Sour] WILLOW “transparent soul feat. Travis Barker” [Single] Cleopatrick “THE DRAKE” [BUMMER] Self Estee…
 
David Bell has been fascinated by murder since he was a kid. Fortunately, his career path led him to writing stories about it rather than committing it. He's the USA Today bestselling author of ten standalone thrillers and his eleventh, KILL ALL YOUR DARLINGS, releases in July 2021. Among other things, Carter and David discuss the highs and lows of…
 
On this week’s podcast, Tom Crook, Paul Whitty and Ben Smith are back together indoors and deliver another dose of music both new and used for your enjoyment! Artist “Track” [Album] Lump “Animal” [Animal] Stereolab “Cybele’s Reverie” [Emperor Tomato Ketchup] Villagers “The First Day” [Fever Dreams] Clearlake “Wonder If The Snow Will Settle” [Cedars…
 
USA Today bestselling novelist Carter Wilson talks to writers of all backgrounds in order to find out why they do what they do. He and his guests discuss childhood influences, roots of creativity, luck and loss, tools of the craft, and the highs and lows of publishing. At the end of their conversation, they pick a random sentence from a random book…
 
Julie Clark still tells people she's an elementary school teacher, which she is. But she's also the New York Times bestselling author of the 2020 breakout thriller The Last Flight. Carter and Julie talk about working multiple jobs, the unpredictability of the publishing industry, and how to continuously become a better writer. At the end of the con…
 
Alex Marwood was a journalist who worked extensively across the British press. Her first novel, The Wicked Girls, achieved widespread acclaim and international bestsellerdom. It was shortlisted for ITW, Anthony and Macavity awards, was included in Stephen King’s Ten Best Books of the Year list, and won the prestigious Edgar Award. Carter and Alex t…
 
Joe Clifford's writing career was immensely helped when he was hit by a bus. Today, this bestselling mystery and crime writer has a dozen books to his name and life is good, even if it requires a cane. Carter and Joe discuss Joe's past struggles with heroin addiction, his inability or desire to hold down a 9-5 job, and love and heartbreak within th…
 
The curtain is pulled back and our pants are down. Enjoy an entire season’s worth of gaffes and stumbles, humbly presented for your listening delight! Thanks for listening! This reel features… Alan Moore Brandon Kraemer Brittany Michel Dana Swanson Eli Banks Joshua Sibley Liz Macke Stephen Mank Taylor Roy Christina Romo Denise Farley-Gardner Dan Al…
 
Forces clash. Tables turn. Things end. Episode 12 of DARK AGES features… Alan Moore as The Dark Lord, Edmund and the Cackling Demons Brandon Kraemer as Nick, Security Camden, Goblin General, and Goblin Enrique Brittany Michel as Josephine and Goblin Squelcholio Dana Swanson as Malison, Drusila, Corporal Danno, and Goblin Boogler Eli Banks as Abraxa…
 
With the Tour Golem on lockdown and the mysteries piling up, the museum staff splits the party (oh, you fools) to seek answers before the other, heavily implied, world-ending boot drops. For their sake AND ours, let’s just hope it’s not already too late… Boy, that would be bad, wouldn’t it? Episode 11 of DARK AGES features… Alan Moore as The Dark L…
 
It has come to the attention of the management of the Rivercliffe Museum of Mostly Natural Histories that MOST of the staff knows absolutely NOTHING about basic world history. You can see the problem, surely. As such, we hope you will join the curator, Marwood, for a comprehensive and 100% mandatory refresher on everything important that has ever h…
 
Rivercliffe has been hit by a sub-zero cold snap, but you’d hardly notice in the museum. Staff tempers are flaring up and arguments are growing so heated that it’s no wonder when Nick actually takes Abraxas’s bait and agrees to fix the furnace. All he has to do is navigate the labyrinth of sub-basements…and figure out exactly why their mysterious f…
 
After a series of divisive escapades, the staff of the Rivercliffe Museum of Mostly Natural Histories has (finally) gathered together to (mostly) unite towards a common goal: pass the city’s annual thaumatic inspection! Everyone’s grown so much since last year… Surely they’ll pass with flying colors! Wait. Are those literal flying colors in the mai…
 
Curator. Director. Manager. Marwood is an elf who takes his overlapping jobs very seriously—so seriously, in fact, that he rarely leaves his precious museum. He’d be content to stay forever, but an emergency back home might finally force him to leave its marble-columned embrace and face his family tree… or, more accurately, his family of trees. Epi…
 
Awareness as the starting point for soul-work remains only a thought until it is put into action. The evolution in consciousness is facilitated by making changes in the outer world as well as the inner. The Buddhist axiom describes: we must become aware of our thoughts to change how we express ourselves through words and deeds. This shift leads to …
 
“The path of healing is gradual, sequential and cumulative.” We set out to discover our purpose and find that there is so much more to our journey. Sometimes the little nagging voice of doubt becomes the calling we chase. Even if it takes us half our lifetime to land on what feels familiar. Join me as I explore Sue’s lifetime adventure from aerobic…
 
It’s a big day for the Rivercliffe Office of Unemployment! The dedicated Job Placement Sean and his assistant Sam have grown quite adept at helping Rivercliffe citizens land their dream gigs, but the enormous line of eager, resume-waggling goblins outside their front door presents a new, terrifying challenge for which no amount of mediocre coffee c…
 
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