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Amanda Jean and Austin Chant dive deep into what makes fiction work. Join them as they answer burning questions like: How do you sneak complex gender theory into the structure of a novel? What makes a truly great magic system? How do you humanize a fictional serial killer… and should you?
 
Stendhal - a German pen-name for a French writer who hated the English. Contemporary to some of the great names of French literature like Balzac and Flaubert, Stendhal is quite often considered a writer that doesn't seem to fit a defined genre. Some say he's a Romantic, others that he's a Modernist and that Le Rouge et Le Noir is the first modern novel. On one point they are all agreed: the novel is a masterpiece that shows a young theology student - Julien Sorel - intelligent, handsome and ...
 
The Carmen Online Theater Group provides audio theater horror programming. Created by Executive Producer and Writer, Liane Moonraven, the horror-themed network airs unique, audio short stories, mini-series, full run series and monologues of unique all original or rewritten adaptations of original radio theater horror productions. Moonraven has also produced short horror stories written by some of the industry's most prolific horror and paranormal authors and adapted them in scripts for the a ...
 
Longtime Toronto Blue Jays radio voice Mike Wilner hosts Deep Left Field, a baseball podcast from the Toronto Star. With great baseball coverage, opinion and analysis from Mike and other Star sports journalists including Laura Armstrong and Gregor Chisholm, as well as MLB players and others in the game, Deep Left Field has everything you need to know about the Jays, specifically, and baseball in general.
 
Office Mechanics is now Microsoft Mechanics. The official show and video platform for our latest technology innovations, engineering commentary, and demos. Made just for tech enthusiasts and IT professionals. Once the popular Office Mechanics show, it has now expanded its coverage of your favorite technologies across Microsoft; including Office, Azure, Data Platform and Windows. We'll even bring you broader topics such as device innovation with Surface, machine learning, and predictive analy ...
 
Office Mechanics is now Microsoft Mechanics. The official show and video platform for our latest technology innovations, engineering commentary, and demos. Made just for tech enthusiasts and IT professionals. Once the popular Office Mechanics show, it has now expanded its coverage of your favorite technologies across Microsoft; including Office, Azure, Data Platform and Windows. We'll even bring you broader topics such as device innovation with Surface, machine learning, and predictive analy ...
 
Deep-dive conversations about building successful legacy brands and hitting that sweet spot between craft and glory. Listen to my interviews with founders, entrepreneurs, artisans and tastemakers on finding ikigai, the Japanese concept teaching us to combine four integral parts of any business: what you do best, what you enjoy doing, what the world needs and what you can get paid for. Heart Made is the first podcast of Craft & Glory, a magazine celebrating extraordinary companies, brands and ...
 
Welcome to Straight Off The Top Of My Headlines, an improvised news-satire podcast from Sinister Parent Company. Your host, AJ Ganaros, is a "bear-weather" Florida fan, a genius of theatre, & the creative mind behind this podcast; your OTHER host, Aiden Kinsella, is a Chicago-area improviser, a pen-man of satire, & this podcast's producer. Together, AJ & Aiden improvise the sensational headlines of all your favorite weekly news- it's kinda like Whirled News Tonight at the iO Theater, and it' ...
 
Long before Christiane Amanpour, Frances Fitzgerald and Martha Gellhorn blazed a trail in courageous investigative journalism, a pioneering and intrepid writer and journalist whose pen name was Nellie Bly opened up a whole new field in what had previously been a strictly male domain. Ten Days in a Madhouse was published as a series of articles in the New York World during 1887. Nellie Bly was given the assignment by her editor to have herself committed to an insane asylum in New York with a ...
 
Lana M. 'Rochel Author features prose, poetry, and lyrics. Life isn't black and white. So is my creative writing! The gamut of genres I write is diverse. It's all about following your intuition and chemistry of words. Go along with me! Author bio: Lana M. 'Rochel is the pen name for a writer, poet, lyricist, and podcaster whose work has appeared in BFS Horizons, the Haiku Pea Journal of haiku and senryu, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Redemption: The best rejected manuscripts of 2020, and LitSt ...
 
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We speak with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame musician Jackson Browne, whose new album "Downhill From Everywhere" drops Friday. And, Fox News premiered a PSA this week encouraging viewers to get vaccinated. The network still features hosts skeptical of the vaccine. The news comes as some GOP lawmakers have also started to encourage vaccination. NPR's Davi…
 
July marks the eighth anniversary of Black Lives Matter. Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Los Angeles' Black Lives Matter chapter, joins us. And, whether it's a wildfire or a condo collapse, a disaster services attorney and a survivor of the 2018 Camp Fire outline how to heal — physically and mentally — from such a sudden uprooting.…
 
Unarmed crisis teams respond to suicide threats, substance abuse calls, welfare checks and other moments where a counselor — instead of a police officer — can de-escalate a situation. We check in with the country's first such crisis response program known as CAHOOTS. And, for many kids, going back to school means shopping for new supplies. But a nu…
 
Washington Post reporter Arelis R. Hernández has been following one Salvadoran woman who had been seeking asylum in the U.S. for more than a year. She shares Nancy's journey. And, Cuba is going through its largest protests against the government in half a decade. Professor Michael Bustamante gives us a primer on Cuban history from its time as a Spa…
 
This week in Deep Left Field, host Mike Wilner talks to Mark Shapiro about the Blue Jays’ farewell to Buffalo, checks in with Simeon Woods Richardson about his rise through the Blue Jays’ system and going to Tokyo for the Olympics and chats with longtime big-leaguer Ian Kinsler about his journey to Tokyo and his memories of facing the Blue Jays. If…
 
Over the past few weeks, deadly flooding rocked Germany and a blistering heat wave struck the American West. Professor Friederike Otto discusses climate change and extreme weather events. And, Sweden beat the U.S. women's soccer team in Tokyo on Wednesday. The U.S. team has a chance to recover with two upcoming games. NPR's Tom Goldman joins us wit…
 
A decade ago, Kyle MacDonald exchanged a paper clip for something a little more valuable, and so on and so on, until he had a home. His success went viral and inspired a fad, which gained traction during the pandemic. We talk to two college graduates with student loan debt who gave the trade-up fad a shot. And, the Milwaukee Bucks won the NBA Final…
 
More unmarked graves have been unearthed at a former Indigenous residential school site in Canada. The graves are believed to contain remains of Indigenous children forcibly taken from their families from the late 1880s to the 1990s. We talk with Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald. And, there have been a number of COVID-19 …
 
DOB and EOF, back from the All-Star break and a Wiffle ball tournament, unroll blueprints for the Braves' run at the postseason. Atlanta's playoff bid rests heavily on their upcoming stretch against San Diego, Philadelphia, and the Mets, all of whom David and Eric examine. The Braves added yet another catcher, the club's seventh THIS SEASON to be e…
 
My Blessing, My Curse. Trailer. Creative nonfiction. The San Francisco Bay historical romance (1806), Plato and his Twin Flame concept, and another sad, true love story worth listening to. Background music: Sweet Dreams by Aykaye Music. Dark 90's Guitar Rap/Hip Hop Beat/Instrumental Spanish Guitar - Sketch #1 and Bb Trumpet - Sketch #1 by The Loop …
 
Chef Kathy Gunst shares her recipes for three easy-to-bake berry dessert dishes to share this summer. And, in the wake of the passage of multiple anti-transgender laws in Arkansas, a Lutheran pastor decided to host a weeklong queer camp for kids ages 12 to 18. The idea is to provide a safe haven for LGBTQ youth and promote self-empowerment and fun.…
 
In "An Ugly Truth," New York Times reporters Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang chronicle the series of scandals at Facebook between 2016 and 2021. The authors explore the inner workings of the company and its top executives. And, many people ditched the business-casual wear and dressy outfits during quarantine. GQ fashion critic Rachel Tashjian discu…
 
755 Is Real on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UDz4C46gT8 Wow, an actual Braves news item broke BEFORE we recorded the podcast, that almost never happens. DOB and EOF are extra thankful for this timely nugget because they're able to start your weekend off on a high note by reacting to Atlanta acquiring Joc Pederson from the Cubs in exchan…
 
A lot of high school experiences were lost last year because of the pandemic — graduations, proms and musicals. Now, one school is reclaiming a show they thought they'd lost. North Country Public Radio's Amy Feiereisel reports. And, Cyd Zeigler joins us for an update on the record number of LGBTQ athletes participating in the Tokyo Olympics this ye…
 
Shemekia Copeland joins us to talk about the release of "50 Years of Genuine Houserockin' Music," an album that celebrates the 50th anniversary of Chicago's own Alligator Records. And, the Emmy nominations make it abundantly clear that streaming services are overtaking cable TV. Seven of the 10 most-nominated shows were created for streamers like N…
 
Cuba's president acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that the government mishandled supply shortages in the country. But he also spoke out against recent protests that have led to violent confrontations between demonstrators and police. And, the city of Burnsville, Minnesota, warned residents against releasing their pet goldfish in lakes afte…
 
A new study finds that regions of the eastern Amazon now output more carbon dioxide than they absorb, indicating that the planet is losing a crucial buffer in the fight against climate change. We speak with the study's author. And, a new Idaho law expands lethal methods to control wolves and protect livestock. The state also has one of the most est…
 
This week in Deep Left Field, we talk to Austin Martin about his trip to Denver for the Futures Game and his first season in pro ball, check in with Tyler Black about getting drafted 33rd overall by the Milwaukee Brewers and get into the weeds of front office geekery with Texas Rangers Assistant GM (and Montreal born) Shiraz Rehman. If you would li…
 
As part of my daily routine, I scan dozens of blogs, visit a handful of Facebook groups, and skim through Twitter. The goal: find the most helpful resources, tools, and articles that I can share with my teacher friends (that’s you!). Here are my favorite links for June 2021: NEW online course New age-based admin setting Custom templates for Google …
 
Singer-songwriter Alejandro Escovedo, co-founder of the SIMS Foundation, joins us to talk about his efforts to help musicians and their families get help for substance abuse and mental health issues. And, edged out by multiplexes, India's old-fashioned single-screen theatres have been struggling financially for decades, the pandemic only speeding u…
 
Renowned artist Firelei Báez's latest work explores the complicated history of the color indigo and pays homage to a majestic ruin in Haiti. And, a group of Native American women wearing traditional jingle dresses is traveling the U.S. to promote healing from COVID-19. The jingle dress was used for healing during another health crisis, the 1918 inf…
 
Fresh off the heels of an exciting Home Run Derby, David and Eric swing back into action to discuss the latest with the Braves and MLB. Beginning with the latter, why does Eric think Ohtani was rushing and exerting himself too much in the HR Derby? Is Pete Alonso the greatest HR Derby participant of all time? We can only bury the lead for so long, …
 
Caregiver support groups were forced to go virtual because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But this helped some caregivers of loved ones with dementia find support for the first time. KJZZ's Kathy Ritchie has the story. And, as NPR's Emily Feng reports, China is promoting "red tourism" — visiting Communist Party historical sites that venerate Chairman Ma…
 
The Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Michigan contains the remains of 36 known shipwrecks and perhaps dozens more that have yet to be explored. We speak to the president of the Wisconsin Underwater Archeological Association. And, Dr. Anthony Fauci joins us to talk about the future of the pandemic, vaccinations, booster sh…
 
First released in 1981 in Japan, the arcade game Donkey Kong became a mainstream hit in the U.S., with a strong competitive scene. Steve Wiebe, the first player to hit a million points, joins us. And, as many states emerge from the worst of the pandemic, personal finance expert Jill Schlesinger has tips on positioning yourself for financial success…
 
President Biden signed a new executive order that seeks to allow hearing aids to be sold over the counter. Audiologist Meaghan P. Reed explains what that could mean for the 37 million American adults with hearing loss. And, tech and media giants flocked to the Sun Valley Conference over the weekend. NPR's Dan Gura joins us with more.…
 
It was penalty shootout heartbreak again for England and Gareth Southgate in a crushing Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy. Alice Piper is joined by Pete Smith and Gerard Brand to reflect on a dramatic Euro 2020 final, with England unable to mark their progress with the silverware.By Sky Sports
 
DOB and EOF quickly discuss Atlanta's series loss to Pittsburgh and look ahead to the final three-game stretch against the Marlins before the All-Star break. With Sunday being the MLB Draft, Eric regales us with tales about his road to the show. Lastly, once he's in condition to throw in-game, will Ynoa start out in the pen? Watch 755 Is Real on Yo…
 
A new pilot program from TikTok is helping job seekers apply online for openings with video resumes. Several companies are now experimenting with the format to appeal to Gen Z. Al Jazeera English's Femi Oke has more. And, we talk with cartoonist and author Sandra Boynton about her new collection of jigsaw puzzles featuring quirky animals.…
 
Condo law expert Evan McKenzie gives us a lesson in Condos 101 — everything you should know about buying a condo or owning one, especially if it's in an older building. And, more families in the U.S. are choosing to cremate their deceased loved ones instead of burying them. Connecticut Public Radio's Patrick Skahill explains how this is creating a …
 
England are preparing for their first ever Euros final – but can they beat Italy to lift the trophy? Jasper Taylor is joined by Kaveh Solhekol, Peter Smith and Oliver Yew to discuss what Gareth Southgate’s side will have to do to make sure they come out on top in Sunday’s showdown. Sky Italia reporter Valentina Fass is also on the show to give us a…
 
Greisa Martínez Rosas, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient and executive director of United We Dream, talks about the work the Biden administration has yet to do on immigration. And, pro skateboarder Jake Ilardi of Florida will be on the U.S.'s first Olympic skateboarding team as the sport makes its debut at the Tokyo Olympics. He di…
 
Grammy-winning blues musician Bobby Rush talks about his new memoir "I Ain't Studdin' Ya: My American Blues Story." And, British Columbia is struggling through a major heat wave that's already reported to have killed hundreds of people and a billion seashore animals. CBC News senior reporter Lyndsay Duncombe has more.…
 
This week in Deep Left Field, host Mike Wilner talks, face-to-mask, to Tim Mayza about his season and what’s going on with the Blue Jays’ bullpen - the first in-person interview in Deep Left Field history! Also, we check in with Melanie Newman about the state of the Orioles and her journey to the booth, and pick the brain of Jason Grilli, who pitch…
 
Drink it in... England are in a major tournament final for the first time since 1966 after their extra-time win over Denmark at Wembley in semi-final of Euro 2020. Kate Burlaga is joined by Rob Dorsett, Pete Smith and Nick Wright to discuss an historic night, and whether this 'new England' side can go all the way against Italy on Sunday.…
 
Award-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones talks about her decision to reject a tenure offer at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and instead join the faculty at Howard University. And, surprisingly, a record number of transplants were completed in 2020 despite the pandemic. STAT reporter Liz Cooney explains how hospitals continued tra…
 
Daryl Davis, a Black blues musician and author, has spent many years forming relationships and talking about racism with KKK members. He explains his approach and if it's changed this past year. And, thousands of family members of 9/11 victims are pressuring the courts to release information they say will help determine whether Saudi Arabia had a r…
 
DOB and EOF are back in front of their mics, post-Fourth of July, to, reluctantly, cover Monday's letdown in Pittsburgh. When will his one-step-forward-two-steps-back pattern end? Can the Braves pull even or ahead of a .500 record before the All-Star break? Speaking of the All-Star break, full All-Star Game rosters were released, detailing which pl…
 
One of the women accusing Bill Cosby of sexual assault describes her reaction to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision last week to overturn the comedian's 2018 sexual assault conviction. And, National Women's Law Center President and CEO Fatima Goss Graves examines what the Cosby ruling means to survivors of sexual assault.…
 
Author Angeline Boulley talks about her new young adult novel "Firekeeper's Daughter," which centers around an investigation into a new form of crystal meth coming out of an Ojibwe community in Michigan. And, much of the world is not quite back to normal yet, according to a new "normalcy index" by The Economist. Data journalist James Fransham expla…
 
In the latest Sky Sports Football Euros podcast, Peter Smith is joined by Ben Ransom, Nick Wright and Gerard Brand to preview England's Euro 2020 semi-final with Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday. Will Gareth Southgate go to a back three? What threats do Denmark pose on England's watertight defence? What can England learn from October's Nations Leagu…
 
It doesn't get much more comfortable than that. England's controlled and dominant 4-0 win over Ukraine means they will face Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley on Wednesday. Are the stars aligning for Gareth Southgate's side? And how has he managed to rid England of the fear factor? Alice Piper is joined by Rob Dorsett, Adam Bate and Ger…
 
Spain and Italy booked a semi-final date at Wembley with their wins over Switzerland and Belgium, respectively, on Friday night. Now it’s over to Czech Republic, Denmark, Ukraine and England... Kate Burlaga is joined by Sky Sports’ Peter Smith, Adam Bate, and Nick Wright to analyse those first two quarter-finals, with the panel discussing the stren…
 
Black TikTok creators are opting not to share their dance choreography on the app because they say they're tired of not receiving credit for it from users who co-opt them. Al Jazeera English's Femi Oke explains. And, 850,000 new jobs were added in June, defying economists' expectations. Bloomberg News senior editor Mike Regan joins us.…
 
In "After The Apocalypse," Andrew Bacevich argues that the most important threats the U.S. faces are in North America, not on battlefields in the Middle East. And, Thursday's decision by the Supreme Court to uphold Arizona voting restrictions dealt a blow to the Voting Rights Act. Wendy Weiser of the Brennan Center for Justice talks about the impac…
 
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