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In 2015, Rosie Waterland published her first book, a memoir called "The Anti-Cool Girl". The book is about her childhood, her growing up, and her becoming an adult; all with mentally ill, drug and alcohol addicted parents, child protection, foster care, caravans and couches. There were crazy and very difficult times but also some funny times too. Rosie is 30 now, her mum Lisa is now 53. Since the book came out, the one question Rosie is always asked is more than any other is, "Has your Mum r ...
Memoir shares the audio biographies of the men and women who changed the world. Each episode will feature one person who impacted the world we live in today. Visit for show notes, to sign up for our newsletter, and to vote for the next featured Memoir!
“The Memoir of my Aunt, Jane Austen, has been received with more favour than I had ventured to expect. The notices taken of it in the periodical press, as well as letters addressed to me by many with whom I am not personally acquainted, show that an unabated interest is still taken in every particular that can be told about her. I am thus encouraged not only to offer a Second Edition of the Memoir, but also to enlarge it with some additional matter which I might have scrupled to intrude on t ...
Listen to short fiction and true memoirs. Our mission is to publish exceptional talent, both new and established, from our region and across the country. Streetlight Magazine is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Host Katie Habib reads listener-submitted stories on air as fully realized short audiobooks with original music and sound.
A 12-part music drama for podcast.
Saturday on SoundCloud Sim Carter: Past Tense, Perfect/Imperfect. Podcast featuring memoir and more on growing up, growing old, and the whole shebang. English-born boomer baby child of the 50’s, came of age in the 60’s & 70’s. Now the mother of a millennial in Los Angeles, I’ve been around & around. Thanks for listening!
"Today, like every other day, we wake up empty and frightened."-Rumi (version by Coleman Barks). Poet and translator Chris Jansen thought he was doing pretty well. His versions of Rumi and Pablo Neruda won praise from writers and rock stars, but he was descending into the madness of his own personal opioid crisis. After destroying his relationships with friends and fellow writers, he decides it would be a good idea to start trading bitcoin and using darkweb drugs like fentanyl and heroin (al ...
The Memoir '44 podcast is for fans of the Days of Wonder game "Memoir '44". As well as details about this and related games you will hear history of related matters.
PG memoir
KP memoir
CJB Memoir
Ashes: A Memoir
A father. A brother. A son.
#audiodrama memoir/advice to young loners who’ve found a home in rock music
Entrepreneur Graham Webb reflects on his life experience, details his love of music and business, and expands on his new autobiography, Out of The Bottle. Graham's motivational story is embroidered with entrepreneurial insights, humorous anecdotes and startling coincidences. Within the Out of The Bottle podcast, enjoy excerpts from the book read by the author, in-depth discussions, and fascinating stories from this hair industry icon.
DB Memoir
Join Collin as he aims to conquer his most damning foe yet: himself. Armed with just his friends, Collin seeks a better life through art, love, career, culture, health, and hobby. This podcast is best consumed on the app, where you can listen to music in each episode. Subjects covered are airlines, planes, photography, furries and furry culture, music, board games, video games, game development, society and world culture, depression, LGBTQ, and asexuality, among other things.Curren ...
Carters Memoir
For my Legacy Project I will be discussing my volunteer work in Australia and how it has impacted my life.
The living memoir of author Warren Adler. As novelist with 50 works and major movies including War of The Roses, Adler has a memory that takes him back to age 3.
Prince Demetrius of Gallitzin (1770-1840), or "Father Smith," as he was known on the eighteenth century American frontier, was one of the glories of early Catholicism in America. Though a prince by birth, Demetrius discreetly concealed the glory of his earlier life that he might better lead his adopted spiritual children to the glory of eternal life. For more than four decades, he humbly provided for the spiritual needs of courageous pioneers scattered throughout the Allegheny Mountains of c ...
Catch Emmy Award‒winner David Javerbaum as he discusses his new book, “The Last Testament: A Memoir,” with John Oliver of “The Daily Show.”
Welcome to Jerry's podcasts, a series of true stories from his life. These events and interactions offer glimpses into one man's quest to understand life's truths. They provide peeks into the development of American culture from the mid 1940's to the present. Having attended eight different public schools, lived in nine states, been in the army, held multiple work positions and obtained a doctorate in school psychology, he has found his way of living in the world.
JS Memoir
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A man's loss of a role on his bowling team means more to him than even he realizes.
Author Warren Adler talk with his son David about how his writing career didn’t start until he was over 50. This is the perfect episode for the aspiring writer who needs to balance making a living and living out their passion. Adler discusses how he got his first novel published and how he kept going despite hundreds of rejection letters. He tr ...…
I was able to get all of my siblings together to join me for one special game night with my friend Fellix and my boyfriend Dave, who was visiting from out of town. We're playing Dixit, a game where you try to make your friends guess the card you're describing while they try to steal your points away from you! You can learn more about Dixit here ...…
Chapter 6 finds Chelsea’s relationships and band moving forward and getting more complicated. Why can’t she just be a bass player? The post DYR 06 – Breaking Up appeared first on Dear Young Rocker.
Part two of podcast 38, Soldier Skills, is a continuation of podcast 38, part one. The skills described in part two include the use of a gas mask, the use of a compass, guard duty and interacting with officers. Jerry encounters problems in this learning process.
Soldier Skills, part one of two parts, is an account of the army's teaching Jerry the skills required of a soldier during the eight weeks of basic training in the fall of 1966 at Ft. Dix, New Jersey. Those skills included hand-to-hand fighting and bayonet training. Jerry's frustrations produced unique behaviors.…
In this episode, Warren Adler talks to his son David and talks about life in Washington D.C. during the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. To raise his family, Adler put his novel writing career on hold and earned his living selling his talent for writing. He got his foot in the door as the PR chief for the Jewish War Veterans of America and then later as a ...…
In August of 1966,Jerry begins basic training in the army. He struggles through an obstacle course, fails his first inspection and barely passes the first PT test.
My friends and I watch a preview of Showtime’s Who Is America by Sacha Baron Cohen.
A father and son rediscover America--and themselves--on the Oregon Trail.
Drafted during the Korean War into a regimental combat team, his writing experience gets him miraculously transferred to the Pentagon as Washington Correspondent for Armed Forces Press Service where his byline goes all over the world and he meets General George Marshall and many other top military figures as he reports on the Korean War. He has ...…
Graduation is an account of the final weeks of basic training at Ft. Dix, New Jersey, in October, 1966. Jerry experienced conflict, stress and relief during those weeks.
In Chapter 5, young Chelsea begins to deal with the repercussions of being a female musician. She makes a big crush and starts to write some music The post DYR 05 – The Kiss appeared first on Dear Young Rocker.
In this hour long episode, I ask my good friend @DemoWeasel about his experience moving from the west sode to the east side of the US, and what challenges he faced moving there, such as motives, income, and social life. Why move?
I wake up to one of Junkiemind Jerry’s alarm clocks going off. Daylight has begun creeping in from the window, making diffuse, ominous shadows from everything in the room. We have an early house meeting on the Sunday schedule and then we’re supposed to go down to the Day Hospital auditorium for something called “spirituality.”…
In this episode, novelist Warren Adler brings us into the world of being a copy boy for the iconic New York Daily News in its heyday offering a stirring narrative of the great era of competitive and frenetic newspapering . He offers a colorful description as one of the very few Jews in a sea of hard drinking Irishmen and how he joined them in t ...…
Where I am, what I’m doing, what I want to do, and where it may take us.
Rifle Qualification is an account of Jerry's insecurities in preparation for the rifle qualification test near the end of basic training in the fall of 1966, and the results of his performance.
Misunderstandings is a account of various misunderstandings Jerry encountered during basic training at Ft. Dix, New Jersey, in the fall of 1966. Among other things the misunderstandings led to a barracks fist fight, consistent rule breaking and the consequences of "breaking the chain of command."
In this episode, Casey Neistat's brother pitches an idea to me about an inventive new way of making milk, in a dream. I also talk about why the last few episodes were riddled with plosives, and we end with some Jon Hopkins.
Novelist Warren Adler discovers his passion for writing as he supports himself and navigates the larger world of girls, college, job hunting and journalism. He is inspired by his college english literature professor who was his major influence to convincing him to pursue his dream of being a writer. Teenagers like him were in demand in the odd ...…
No news this week as I try to figure out how to best present the news, but I am presenting you with an example of what to expect from the trivia portion of the episodes. I am joined by Camille, David, @AylorSot, and @modernsqueeze. You can hear more of ThesePantsDontFit on SoundCloud, at…
Jerry's perceived failure places him at a specific time and place that has life changing consequences.
In Chapter 4 young Chelsea FINALLY gets in a band. Now it’s time to play in front of other people and perform on stage. Can she find the self-confidence she needs and what’s the best way to do that anyway? The post DYR 04 – Samsara appeared first on Dear Young Rocker.
In this episode, I briefly talk about furries and the dynamics of a community that has saved and sheltered me. What makes us strong? Where do we falter? How does it fit into a world that once shunned it, but is coming around to the idea of what it cultivates and represents?Sending love to all my friends, especially these people: RowedaheliconDa ...…
On the eve of his 34th birthday, a man finds a cassette tape he and his mother made for his father on his 34th.
Still working on getting proper audio for Game Nights. Also used Filmstro to score the rule sequence. Would have used it for the game play if it was particularly great but there's background sounds going on and I'm way behind posting this episode and others!Largest game of Spyfall I've ever had; eleven people in one room, and two spies instead ...…
Episode 1 of The Snake: I say so long to my old room and I get ready to move into my new home with the help of my brother (who this all would not have been possible without). All episodes are accompanied with music best experienced within the Anchor app with an active subscription to Spotify or Apple Music.…
In Chapter 3 Chelsea starts seeking out musical connections. She starts high school and her feelings of isolation and anxiety are amplified in a much bigger school. She finds her soulmate on AIM, attends a sort of scary band practice and has a sort-of boyfriend. The quest for a band continues. The post DYR 03 – Claw Marks And Blood appeared fir ...…
Novelist Warren Adler was too young to serve in World War II but brings insights into what it was like to go through his adolescent years under the cloud of war. Imagine, too, what it was like sitting around with the family listening to the radio at night before and after school homework was completed and starting to discover the opposite sex. ...…
With memories going back to age 3, novelist Warren Adler brings us back to his shared house in Brownsville New York home that was shared by his entire extended family. He takes on a trip to the butcher shop with his grandmother who only spoke Yiddish and describes his larger than life Grandfather who was the patriarch of the family. The stories ...…
What is it like working a blue collar job in the town that hosts the richest man in the world? I talk to my friend Fellix to get the scoop on working private jets and what goes on inside the Centurylink Center that hosts the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting.CW: Mild profanity
Your Weapon is an account of the army's way of teaching beginners in basic training about their weapon, the M-14 rifle, in September 1966. Jerry learns how to do rifle drills, fire his weapon and clean and maintain it. An accident on the firing range emphases the inherent danger of having a loaded weapon.…
There was a lot of bad weather this week, but fortunately I was able to avoid much of it working outside this week!Sources: KETV Newswatch 7Reed Timmerrandia63ABC NewsAssociated Press (on behalf of KOCO)10News WTSPDylan TohTyler Shaw
I go back to the big auditorium for the next event on my folder: DBT SKILLS. Class has already started. A very tall woman with a long mane of chestnut hair is standing at the front of the room. She has dark eyes and a flowery dress that ends just above her tasteful brown wedges. I wish she was my case manager, but who really cares at this point ...…
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