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The Strange Dispatch, brought to you by Strange Days Zine, is a paranormal and high strangeness-themed podcast in which we discuss the strange and unusual around us. Inspired by the articles in our magazine, Strange Days, we discuss ufology, supernatural encounters, tales of high strangeness, cryptozoology, the occult, and more. Be sure to check out the zine on Instagram as well as our online store. https://strangedayszine.com
 
A mix of dark fantasy and horror short fiction by both established and rising stars, from The Dark Magazine—and with recent stories reprinted in year's best anthologies, listed on Locus Recommended Reading List, and a subscriber base growing every month, “this new dark fantasy zine is settling well into its niche, which is picking up weirdness as it grows"—Locus.
 
Jeff Somers is the author of the Avery Cates series, the Ustari Cycle, Chum, and Writing Without Rules. He also generates 45% of all the freelance writing in the universe. In each episode, Jeff will pour a drink and discuss one of his works of short fiction, from inspiration to publication, and then read the damn thing with sound effects and asides. He invites you to pour a drink and settle in with him for a self-centered and self-deprecating tour of his literary universe. Also, take off you ...
 
"A perfectly weird zine for your ears" - Boing Boing. "A case study in artistic drive" - Indiewire. A single surprise word seeds a piece of short fiction, a song, a reflection, and (part of) a conversation. Guests including Resmaa Menakem, Neil Gaiman, Mary-Louise Parker, and more. Until 2020, Jason hosted Think Again, with thinkers and creatives including Terry Gilliam, Margaret Atwood, Marlon James, and over 200 more. The show was an iTunes Best of 2015 pick and won praise from Salon, Inc. ...
 
Beer Night in San Diego is San Diego’s First and Longest Running Beer Podcast covering the San Diego Beer Community! Tune in each week as we showcase the best in San Diego Craft Beer/Indie Beer including news, education + knowledge and interviews with a touch of comedy. Each week we feature the great people behind the scenes and the amazing beers that make San Diego the best beer city around. Tune in to laugh and learn with us each week on Beer Night in San Diego!
 
Hi, I'm Gem! Join me as I chat to queer folks and allies about self-empowerment, body liberation and activism. My guests are at the forefront of change-making, working in areas like fat activism, sex positivity, intersectional feminism, drag/cabaret, LGBTQ+ activism and children's rights. I'm a transformational coach, activist and founder of the Queers & Co. zine, podcast and community. Through my work, I support LGBTQ+ folks and allies to reclaim their personal power and take up space so th ...
 
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You walk into your bedroom and you find a crumpled piece of paper under the bed. You open the sheet of paper and see it's folded into 6 quadrants. There's a headphone jack in the corner of the page. You get your headphones out of your bag, plug it in, and realize what you've discovered, a collaborative zine by James T. Green and friends.
 
pop song romance. is a teenie-tynee video zine for the web that features live uncut performances from indie rock bands and comedians. This podcast features original videos and indie pop mixtapes.subscribe to the pop song romance. podcast:open your itunes, hit the advanced tab, click on subscribe to podcast and enter this.http://feeds.feedburner.com/popsongromance
 
PULSE is a zine created annually by the Students of Colour Collective (SOCC) at the University of Victoria. The zine aims to celebrate our communities, and provide an outlet for BIPOC to share their experiences, stories and artistry. This year, the PULSE zine includes a podcast component, in collaboration with CFUV 101.9FM, wherein each episode we sit down with a BIPOC artist who is featured in this year's edition of PULSE, to talk about art, the importance of community, and what compels the ...
 
Literati is a comedy podcast about the greatest American novels never written. For all those times you feel like reading but can’t because you don’t know how or it’s too boring. Every episode features a reading by a literary giant or at least a pretty tall contributor to a zine. Join hosts Colin O’Brien and Michael Wolf as they ask such important questions as “If Shakespeare was so smart then how come he’s dead?” Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
 
"It's Pronounced Zine is a zine, diy, and self-publishing podcast hosted by Dave Baker. The show centers on local zinesters and their creative processes, the zine scene here in Los Angeles, and tips and tricks for tabling at conventions. If you have a do-it-yourself approach to life and a maniacal desire to create things, or if you just like listening to nerds split hairs about which is the best Drake album, this is the podcast for you.
 
The Skill Shot Pincast is the podcast companion to Seattle's pinball zine! (skill-shot.com) Hosted by Graham Klym and Kayla Greet, the Pincast comes out every two weeks and features guests talking about competitive play, the pinball community, the latest games, industry news and gossip, and everything in between!
 
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Tune in this week for a long awaited Part To of our annual Fresh Hop Celebration. The BNISD crew dives into even more fresh and wet hop beers both local and from afar while discussing one of our favorite times of year. And this week, the beers are not all Strata hopped. Plus, hear all about a couple of non fresh/wet hop beers and hear about a coupl…
 
The scene is nothing if not a giant ball of sobbing about how everything was better when computers were just growing their eighth bit - but is that a good thing? Are we taking up the space from the future with the past? What's better, to make a fresh demo on an old platform, or an old demo on a fresh platform? The show dives into these weighty ques…
 
This week our culture expert Trent Coelli is back. But he's not talking about culture, he's talking about moving. Specifically, about buying a house in the Danish country side. And how he found his house and the changes he's experienced since leaving Copenhagen 6 months ago. To find links to any of these or to listen to previous episodes go to our …
 
The October Diffrent Music show, on Subtle Radio, a deep and personal showcase inside the sonic mind of Lakeway & his record box!PS: Lakeway 'Dirt Replica / Fracturate' [AWRA007] is out now ~... The real-time up-to date archive of all mixes, talk shows and radio broadcasts, more @ www.diffrentmusic.com…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we’ll hear the story of a world-renowned steelpan drum maker from Trinidad who built instruments in a former coal mining town in West Virginia, and inspired others to learn his craft. We'll also talk with a man who treks hundreds of miles to seek out long-lost varieties of heirloom apples.…
 
Here's this weeks CiC news round up. We look at how the biggest shipping company in the world can't even get us our IKEA furniture. So important updates on the attack Norway. How it is still hard to book a driving test, even without the police. And why we may have more forests to explore in the near future. To find links to any of these or to liste…
 
Dark Streets & Darker Secrets is a Street & Sorcery Rules Light Role-Playing Game with an Old School spirit. It’s a game about modern adventures in the world we live today, only with a layer of supernatural weirdness and horro DriveThru: https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/266741/Dark-Streets--Darker-Secrets Level Up: 5e Kickstarter https://www.ki…
 
This episode stars Robert Tomaino (New Madrid). It was recorded over the Zoom between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL and Tomaino's home, which is not out west, but east (east of the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio anyway) in Connecticut in October 2021.…
 
I'm Back! In a new episode, I talk about where I've been and getting out to shot for Holga Week. Music used in the podcast: "Welcome to the Show" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Funkorama" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we’re talking with the creators of the “Black in Appalachia” podcast about their recent mountain road trip through the coalfields. Also in this episode, we learn about how debates over LGBTQ issues are playing out on the Qualla Boundary, in Western North Carolina. The Eastern Band of Cherokee doesn’t recognize same-s…
 
Heres your weekly round up of Danish news. This week, Nørrebro is the place to go. A movie is cancelled due to a terror attack. Theres a shortage of Ambulance drivers and an abundance of deers on the roads. To find links to any of these or to listen to previous episodes go to our FaceBook page. https://www.facebook.com/copingincopenhagenpodcast/…
 
Willow Branch Library sits in a corner of Willow Branch Park, a popular location for local musicians during the late 1960s to develop and expand their audience. Named after the “Human Be-In,” San Francisco’s 1967 counterculture celebration, Jacksonville’s “be-ins” spawned several notable acts, including the Allman Brothers Band. In Jacksonville and…
 
This episode stars Christina Beauchemin (Let My Legacy Be Love: A Shortcut to Self-Loving). It was recorded over the Zoom between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL and Beauchemin's home in the glory that is upstate New York in September 2021.
 
This episode stars Trish McDonald (Paper Bags). It was recorded over the Zoom between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL and McDonald's home in South Florida (which is not so terribly far really from where Hemingway wrote) in September 2021.
 
The downturn of coal in Harlan County, Kentucky has led to an exodus of Black residents in search of work. This week on Inside Appalachia, we speak with William Turner, whose new book looks at growing up in a vibrant Black community during Harlan’s boom years.By Caitlin Tan, Mason Adams, Roxy Todd, Jade Artherhults
 
This is a super special episode in partnership with Barnsley Civic as part of their No Boundaries season. No Boundaries is a season of exhibitions, performances, community projects and workshops amplifying the voices and creativity of disabled artists as well as other communities under-represented in the arts and exploring the barriers that those c…
 
Here's your weekly round up of Danish news. This week, Denmark is number 1 aaaaand number 2 in the world. But in what? Also we talk about drugs in the army. Vaccine round 3. And gold coins. So ya, there was a lot happening this week! To find links to any of these or to listen to previous episodes go to our FaceBook page. https://www.facebook.com/co…
 
This week the BNISD Crew is bringing you a special episode! Not only are we celebrating Oktoberfest 2021 but this week also marks the return of Tom! Tune in as the crew sits down together and samples many variations of both local and traditional Fest Biers and Marzens style and learn some of the history and information on the style. Also, they dive…
 
I look at building Monsters in 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons and calculating if encounters are deadly for your players. Links: The Dungeon Masters Guide: https://dnd.wizards.com/products/dungeon-masters-guide Volo's Guide to Monster: https://dnd.wizards.com/products/tabletop-games/rpg-products/volos-guide-to-monsters Tasha's Couldron of Everythi…
 
This episode stars D.W. Hogan (Unbroken Bonds). It was recorded, wait for it...live on the streets of Chicago in June 2021 and marks both the first live episode since before the pandemic began, but the first walk and talk posting since the way back.* *Please enjoy the return of street noise and random ambient scuzz.…
 
In this weeks interview, we speak to David Munis Zepernick. Member of the municipal council in Frederiksberg. David gives us an insight into the Danish politics from the municipal to the parliament. We also talk about whether Denmark is run as well as everybody thinks. And about how important the international community is to Denmark, and what it w…
 
This episode stars Elizabeth B. Splaine (Swan Song Devil's Grace, Blind Order). It was recorded over the Zoom between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL and Splaine's home in the state of mind also known as Rhode Island in September 2021.
 
This episode stars Alisha Bashaw (Four Eyes: A Memoir of a Millenial Caregiver). It was recorded over the Zoom between the This Podcast Will Change Your Life home studio in Chicago, IL and Bashaw's home in the glorious state (and state of being) that is Colorado in August 2021.
 
CiC news round up edition. Here's where we look at the stories that have been hitting the Danish headlines over the last 7 days. This week. We look at a thieving artist, a beatle in Denmark and the future of our food! And more... To find links to any of these or to listen to previous episodes go to our FaceBook page. https://www.facebook.com/coping…
 
People in coal country are pleading for help as the coal industry nears the end of its long decline. This week on Inside Appalachia, we explore the economic and health impacts coal has had on communities in Appalachia. We’ll talk about the past and the future of this industry through the lens of its labor history to its future amid tough talks abou…
 
Mandy finds the jar of baby teeth in her mother’s sock drawer, the week after she turns eleven. Daydreams about a frothy fairy with butter-blonde curls leaving coins under her pillow have long since evaporated; this is the first of many horse girl summers. The jar, white china with hand-painted blue flowers, is nestled between […] The post Hundreds…
 
Marsha Dean Phelts joined us back in March of 2021 to chat about American Beach and her two books, An American Beach for African Americans and The American Beach Cookbook. Phelts will cover the myths of the beach -- what is the first, the most, the oldest? -- and the informational treasures unearthed there. She will also talk about the women of Ame…
 
In episode 50 of Matt Loves Cameras film photography podcast I discuss the hot topics in film photography with three very special guests… Matt Jones Matt Evans https://www.instagram.com/mattevansphoto/ Matthew Joseph https://www.instagram.com/fotodudenz/ MATTS love cameras! WARNING: contains explicit potty-mouthed language! Pantastic competition gi…
 
Each October, storytellers and audiences of all ages gather at the International Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee. This year, because of the pandemic, the festival is going virtual. It takes place the first weekend in October. We thought it was a fitting time to listen back to an episode of Inside Appalachia — which is all about the…
 
Back from the summer break, refreshed and energised! Owen and Marius are ready to get Coping. Catching up on whats been happening during the last few months in their life's and Denmark, respectively. We talk about Prison Love affairs, impeachment and the Canoeing World Championships. Plus news about the show in the, our third year! Check it out! To…
 
Happy Autumn, everyone! I'm excited to share a very special episode of the Dispatch with you all today. I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Greg D'Alessandro, the editor-in-chief of the Weekly World News! We discussed the history of the WWN, some of his favorite stories, and the strange state of the world today. It was an incredibly fu…
 
A look at Chase rules in roleplaying games over the last 4 decades. Rules covered: James Bond 007, D&D 5e, Savage Worlds, Blades in the Dark, Pathfinder 2e, Gumshoe Bights Black Agents, Classic Spycraft, Ultra Violet Grasslands, Adventures in Middle earth, FATE, Index Card RPG and Low Fantasy Gaming --- Website: https://petejones.neocities.org/ Blo…
 
This week the BNISD Crew brings you Part 1 of 2021 Fresh Hop Night in San Diego. Tune in as they sit down and enjoy numerous fresh and wet hop beers from San Diego as well as out of town and discuss everything there is to know about wet and fresh hopped beers. Of course, there is a lot of hop centric talk this week mainly about the magneficent stra…
 
This is a super special episode in partnership with Barnsley Civic as part of their No Boundaries season. No Boundaries is a season of exhibitions, performances, community projects and workshops amplifying the voices and creativity of disabled artists as well as other communities under-represented in the arts and exploring the barriers that those c…
 
In episode 49 of Matt Loves Cameras film photography podcast I talk about pushing colour negative film with the Fujifilm Natura f1.9 and the Fujifilm Klasse S. Check out the photos I talk about here: https://mattlovescameras.com/pushing-colour-negative-film-with-point-and-shoot-film-cameras/ Pre-order Purple Grain zine Limited copies available, get…
 
Karl of The GMologist Presents calls us about Rush. I talk about their Hemispheres and 2112 albums, as well as the songs Rivendell and The Trees. I talk about hermeneutics, and Noam Chomsky on extensibility, and definitions of role-playing that appear in Peterson's Playing at the World and Elusive Shift books. I also visited some sequoias recently!…
 
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