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Amateur enthusiast Jacke Wilson journeys through the history of literature, from ancient epics to contemporary classics. Episodes are not in chronological order and you don't need to start at the beginning - feel free to jump in wherever you like! Find out more at historyofliterature.com and facebook.com/historyofliterature. Support the show by visiting patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. Contact the show at historyofliteraturepodcast@gmail.com.
 
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This Is Horror Podcast

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This Is Horror Podcast

Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella

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The This Is Horror Podcast is a weekly show for readers, writers, and creators hosted by Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella. We interview writers, artists, publishers, editors, and creatives every week. We have interviewed over 200 creatives including Chuck Palahniuk, Joe Hill, Joe R. Lansdale, Charlaine Harris, Ellen Datlow, David Moody, Jennifer Lynch, Gemma Files, and Josh Malerman.
 
In a world where a camera is always within reach and creative options are abundant, “Your Way” is the memory-keeping approach that fills you up and fits your life right now. This free, scrapbooking-focused show celebrates the breadth of ways to be a memory keeper today. Scrapbook Your Way is hosted by Jennifer Wilson, owner of Simple Scrapper and author of The New Rules of Scrapbooking.
 
Real estate can be a challenging, exhilarating and life-changing experience. Joined by host Dave Wilson, real estate expert Melissa Greer shares her best tips, most interesting stories and the unadulterated truth about what it's like to buy and sell a home. If you're a home buyer or seller — or a new or seasoned agent — and you want to learn more, reach your goals and have a few laughs along the way, this podcast is for you. Over the course of our first season, we'll cover topics like stagin ...
 
Some of the most respected business owners and artists in photography are our guests. We are creating building blocks to help you develop a stronger foundation for your business and marketing skillsets, and sometimes even for your life! Join us each Thursday for a podcast that explores photography at its core! The "Mind Your Own Business" podcast is a collaborative effort between Photofocus and Skip Cohen University. Join Skip Cohen and Chamira Young as they talk with a leader in imaging who ...
 
Welcome to A Christian Podcast. Hosted by Kevin Wilson, ACP is the podcast where ordinary people talk about an extraordinary God. This podcast features everything from audio skits to interviews to informal discussions on controversial Christian topics. Join us on this audio experience where we talk about Jesus Christ in a way that has yet to be done.
 
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.
 
Join me on this kung fu movie podcast and let's discuss kung fu movies, martial arts cinema, and action TV & entertainment, past, present, and future then interview the actors, directors, writers, stunt performers, and fight choreographers that bring the action genre to life! Just remember ... your kung fu is good ... but MINE is BETTER!
 
This show is intended as a form of therapy for myself as well as helping those that identify as a victim of abuse. it is also meant for those that are dealing with addiction.I am in active in NA now and in group therapy.I am a survivor of childhood sex abuse. I am a drug addict in recovery. As a fair warning; some might find this show at its content triggering so please use caution as I talk in detail about my life and those things that happened to me.Be a blessing and may you find serenity.
 
Better Off Bald is a serialized nonfiction podcast that chronicles the story of 15-year-old Adrienne Wilson's 147-day battle with primary liver cancer. As she lay dying, Adrienne taught others, including her older sister Andrea who raised her, how to live.
 
Short podcasts from inside the classroom and longer sit-down conversations with celebrities and creative Inspirers. Anthony is an award-winning writer-director-producer, creativity expert, inspirational speaker, and artistic director of Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop (AMAW) with studios in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Sydney, Toronto, and Vancouver. His unique approach to acting (and creativity) is no-nonsense and based on the assumption that we can all do it. Because we ...
 
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GINSPIRED

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GINSPIRED

Heather E Wilson

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GINSPIRED is a podcast where we talk about and celebrate everything about the wonderful juniper-laced spirit called GIN! There is SO much to talk about when it comes to gin – and we are going to dive into all of it in future episodes. I’ll be speaking to guests from around the world including gin and mixer experts, distilleries, gin fans, and bartenders. In every episode, my guests and I will be sharing what we're drinking as well as fun GINcident stories. I hope you will join me on this GIN ...
 
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This week Tony chats with AMAW's own, actors Ciara Riley Wilson and Eric Neil Gutierrez. Starring in and producing Netflix's new On My Block spinoff, Freeridge, the duo open up about their career experiences. Noting acting is fun, the importance of not judging your character, and the beauty of breath work. Watch Freeridge streaming now on Netflix.…
 
Martial arts legend and stars of films like BLOODFIST, RING OF FIRE, and SHOWDOWN IN MANILA, DON "THE DRAGON" WILSON chats with me from the Martial Arts Mega Weekend 2023! We cover things happening at the event, future fight prospects, past grievances with Frank Dux, and an upcoming film with Cynthia Rothrock now on Kickstarter, BLACK CREEK! JOIN T…
 
Art has a long history of engaging with conflict and violence. From the antiquities, through Goya, to Guernica, our museums are filled with depictions of battles, pogroms, uprisings, and their suppression. Not all of these stories are told from the perspective of the victors. Many contemporary creatives have continued this tradition. While the posi…
 
Join us in our conversation with Sebastian Correa who currently has an exhibit in our art gallery. You'll also hear from Harper Daniels and Gavin Harris, two actors in Act for Youth's production of Honk! Thanks everyone for listening to this week's episode. As always we want to thank you and our guests for joining us! We also want to thank Marshall…
 
Kevin Wilson, the author of the NEA Big Read title Nothing to See Here, explains his long-time obsession with spontaneous human combustion—a condition that figures prominently in the novel. In a nutshell, 28-year-old Lillian is tasked with minding the stepchildren of a wealthy old school friend whose politician husband has two kids who literally bu…
 
Kyle Abraham is an acclaimed choreographer and company director who is the recipient of many awards including a Doris Duke Performing Artist Award and a MacArthur Fellowship. In this podcast, he talks about growing up in Pittsburgh in a home that encouraged music and art, his life-changing experience when he first saw professional dance at the age …
 
Museums everywhere have the potential to serve as agents of change—bringing people together, contributing to local communities, and changing people’s lives. So how can we, as individuals, radically expand the work of museums to live up to this potential? How can we more fiercely recognize the meaningful work that museums are doing to enact change a…
 
Today we are joined by returning guest and friend of the show Rachel Bookout as we discuss 2022’s ‘GLASS ONION’ (39:21 - SPOILERS)! We discuss Benoit Blanc’s wonderful swimsuit fashion, the incredible ensemble cast, Rian Johnson’s mystery mastery, & so much more!Also discussed: Steven’s return to the movie theater, R.I.P. to Cindy Williams & Melind…
 
Martial arts legend, kickboxing champion and iconic actor in films like "Wheels on Meals" and "Dragons Forever" BENNY "THE JET" URQUIDEZ chats with me from the Martial Arts Mega Weekend 2023! WE talk about the importance of martial arts, carrying on the legacy, and sharing the wisdom with the next generation and beyond! SUPPORT THE KUNG FU DRIVE-IN…
 
What if you had the time for scrapbooking all along? In this episode I'm chatting with Ashley Brown of Routine & Things to explore how routines can help scrapbookers create more consistently. Ashley shares how time is actually an energy management problem and the role of routines in correcting course. We get into the weeds on what makes routines di…
 
John Milton is often regarded as second only to Shakespeare in the history of English verse - and his epic poem, Paradise Lost, is viewed by many as second to none. His literary achievements are all the more remarkable when one considers the formidable political and personal obstacles Milton faced. In this episode, Jacke talks to Professor Stephen …
 
We're back from our hiatus with an all-new deep dive into Dave's pick. This week we're talking about TOOTSIE (1982) and we have questions: Can someone who disguises himself as another type of person really understand what it's like to be that kind of person? And more importantly, did the screenwriters of Tootsie actually intend to convey a subtle m…
 
Bella Poynton is a playwright, director, actor, and theatre scholar. She's the director of the Playwrights’ Wing at First Look Buffalo Theatre Company in Buffalo, NY; literary manager for Post-Industrial Productions and is also the director of Queen City Playwrights, Buffalo’s new play development workshop for career playwrights in Western New York…
 
Dr. Tim Harte's Faster, Higher, Stronger, Comrades!: Sports, Art, and Ideology in Late Russian and Early Soviet Culture (U Wisconsin Press, 2020) looks at sport as artistic subject matter, in late Imperial and early Soviet Russia. In sport, artists found inspiration that could be applied both to improvement of the self and to social progress as art…
 
John Wilson speaks to internationally acclaimed artist Dame Rachel Whiteread about the influences on her practice as she recalls some of her most famous works. Part of the Brit Art boom of the early 1990s, Rachel was not only the first woman to win the Turner Prize but also, at 29, the youngest artist to do so. Rachel is best known for large scale …
 
How have ruins become so valued in Western culture and so central to our art and literature? Covering a vast chronological and geographical range, from ancient Egyptian inscriptions to twentieth-century memorials, Susan Stewart seeks to answer this question as she traces the appeal of ruins and ruins images, and the lessons that writers and artists…
 
A tech ethnographer explains some key terms and ideas behind the future of the Internet. In Unsupervised, Refik Anadol’s new installation at MoMA, the artist makes use of a core part of the Web3 technology: blockchain. What is blockchain technology and how does it relate to Web3? More importantly, why should we care about any of this? In this Ten M…
 
Mark Stevens returns to Making It Up to talk about his fantastic new novel, The Fireballer. Mark has worked as a reporter, television news producer, and in public relations. He's also the author of The Allison Coil Mystery Series and has had multiple books be finalists as well as his, Trapline, won the Colorado Book Award. In September of 2016, Ste…
 
In her lifetime, Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) was widely acknowledged as the best read person - male or female - in New England. Her landmark work, Woman in the Nineteenth Century, is considered the first full-length treatment of women's rights in North America. After finding success as an author, scholar, educator, editor, translator, journalist, a…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of A Christian Podcast! In this episode, we’ll be discussing the topic of finding your purpose and calling in life. As Believers, it's important to understand that our ultimate purpose is to glorify God and fulfill His plan for our lives. But how do we discover our specific calling and talents? Join us as we talk biblical princi…
 
Author and MIT physicist Dr Alan Lightman is the co-writer and host of the new PBS series “Searching: Our Quest for Meaning in the Age of Science.” In this podcast, Dr. Lightman discusses the experience that led to him to write the book Searching for Stars on an Island in Maine, why he agreed to develop the book into a series, his explorations with…
 
On today's show, a mystery is afoot as we're joined once again by AMANDA FISHER to discuss 2019's 'KNIVES OUT' (55:25 - SPOILERS)! We discuss Rian Johnson's approach to the 'whodunnit' mystery genre, the incredible ensemble cast, various clues sprinkled throughout the film, & so much more!Also discussed: Pineapple Express (2008), Overlord (2018), A…
 
In this week’s episode of Melissa Unscripted, real estate expert Melissa Greer and her co-host Dave Wilson take a dive into day trips. The two discuss their favorite day trips with a starting point of Greensboro, NC, ranging from an open ranch in Mooresville to old Winston Salem. As long as it’s within a 90 minute drive, it’s on the table. That doe…
 
Writer, Director SHELDON LETTICH stops to chat with us from the Martial Arts Mega Weekend! We talk about his influential films in the martial arts genre, working with Jean Claude Van Damme, correcting the facts on Frank Dux, and what's coming up next! Also check out the book chronicling some of his adventures "SHELDON LETTICH: FROM VIETNAM TO VAN D…
 
Adorno and the Ban on Images (Bloomsbury, 2022) upends some of the myths that have come to surround the work of the philosopher Theodor W. Adorno – not least amongst them, his supposed fatalism. Sebastian Truskolaski argues that Adorno's writings allow us to address what is arguably the central challenge of modern philosophy: how to picture a world…
 
Angela Vanhaelen's The Moving Statues of Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam: Automata, Waxworks, Fountains, Labyrinths (Penn State University Press, 2022) opens a window onto a fascinating and understudied aspect of the visual, material, intellectual, and cultural history of seventeenth-century Amsterdam: the role played by its inns and taverns, specifi…
 
I've been a fan of Yin Goh since my earliest days as a scrapbooker. In fact, her templates were often featured in my weekly product posts back when Simple Scrapper was a daily blog. Today Yin is an avid hybrid scrapbooker, creating most often with Ali Edwards products. As our February featured artist, her work inspired our latest style challenge in…
 
Is Moby-Dick truly the Great American Novel? How did contemporary critics miss it? When (and how) was the book rediscovered? Jacke goes through all this and more, as he continues the countdown of Top 10 Essential Questions about Herman Melville's 1851 masterpiece. Additional listening: 481 Moby Dick - 10 Essential Questions (Part One) 474 Herman Me…
 
Martial arts royalty, the Lady Dragon herself, CYNTHIA ROTHROCK sat down with the Kung Fu Drive-In Podcast at the Martial Arts Mega Weekend to talk about her new passion project BLACK CREEK! The Kickstarter for the film is now LIVE with several awesome incentives like roles in the film and fight scenes against the likes of Don "The Dragon" Wilson a…
 
Patrick McCray, Professor of History at University of California, Santa Barbara, talks about his book, Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture, with Peoples & Things host, Lee Vinsel. The book shows how artists eagerly collaborated with engineers and scientists to explore new technologies and create visuall…
 
Welcome back to In The Moment Podcast! To celebrate the season two launch of Ginny & Georgia on Netflix, this week is a special rebroadcast of an episode from 2019 with Brianne Howey who plays Georgia. Tony chatted with the talented and successful working actress, where she shared her experiences navigating Hollywood and gave advice on how to stay …
 
this episode deals with myself revisiting NA. I read from th blue book and find its opening salvo hitting the human self bulls eye. I see each person as a recipe of sorts; needing just the right amount of certain things to exist and function. obviously this doesn’t work for all of us as I am proof of dysfunction. I embrace the recipe for myself and…
 
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