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The Fate of Isen is a fun and loose actual-play podcast from Aotearoa New Zealand. Join the quest as incredibly unlikely heroes (played by kiwi comedians) fumble their way through saving the world of Isen. There are empires, gods, demons, giant kiwi, and so much more! Join the resistance! Become a supporter on Patreon to access sweet Fate of Isen perks. Ranked as one of the top D&D podcasts in the world. https://feeds.transistor.fm/fateofisen
 
Background Loops, Podcasts, Series Graphics, Invite Cards, Video Editng, Live Sound, and the list goes on. If you are wondering how to implement these things into your local church CMD is here to help! Church.Media.Design TV is a show built around understanding and using media of all forms in the church. In this weekly show Brad Zimmerman gives tips,tricks and how to's, for you the Church Media Designer. Join the conversation at churchmediadesign.tv
 
The Gigantic Adventures of Jeff and Simon is a family-friendly actual play podcast using the Suited RPG system by Escape Box Games. It's a story about a mouse named Jeff and a Pigeon named Simon who get transported to a strange new realm, and go on a great quest to find their way home. Based on characters created in the Fate of Isen podcast. A proud member of the Podicon GO network. Visit www.podicongo.com to learn more. https://feeds.transistor.fm/jeffandsimon
 
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In this episode, Arcus, Marley, and Trestlespoon continue their battle against Krova's final general, Kovalcik. Will the team be able to overcome the teleporting, multiplying, metallic menace? Probably not, to be honest. It's actually pretty grim... Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Fe…
 
A conversation with Chaplain (MAJ) Patricia Nichols. We discuss her experiences being a Small Group Leader in the Chaplain Basic Officer Leadership Course, her calling into the Chaplaincy, hard days on a deployment, and much more! I hope you enjoy this episode! Please share it with your family and friends and leave us a review so more people can he…
 
In this episode, the Apple Squadeth enact a plan to ambush and defeat Krova's final general, Kovalcik. Will their planning be enough? Or will they perish at the hands of the cold, metallic demon? Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Fee…
 
Simone de Beauvoir’s lost novella The Inseparables was once deemed “too intimate” to publish. Newly found, it’s been released to great critical acclaim and we have Lauren Elkin, the translator of the UK Penguin Random House edition, with us to discuss the book and its fascinating author.By Amy Helmes & Kim Askew
 
In last week’s episode we noted that, while at Oxford in the 1920s, author Gertrude Trevelyan was the first woman to be awarded the Newdigate Prize. It was for her 250-line, blank verse poem about a perfectly-preserved young woman from ancient Rome who was discovered during the Italian Renaissance. In this week’s episode, join us as we “dig a littl…
 
In this episode, the Apple Squadeth gets acquainted with the welcoming people of the Lochry jungle. Trestlespoon and Arcus get very acquainted... the Marley makes a very bold move. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If …
 
Our guest Brad Bigelow’s obsession with obscure books was celebrated in the 2016 New Yorker profile “The Custodian of Forgotten Books.” He joins us to discuss groundbreaking, but now forgotten, English novelist G.E. Trevelyan and her wonderfully bizarre 1932 novel, Appius and Virginia.By Amy Helmes & Kim Askew
 
Lost ladies of the supernatural, the terrifying, and the macabre rise from the dead for our spooktacular discussion with Dr. Melanie R. Anderson and Dr. Lisa Kröger, authors of the Bram Stoker Award-winning Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction and hosts of the “Know Fear Cast” podcast. Happy Halloween!…
 
In this episode, the Apple Squadeth helps a new ally with an interesting request, as the Brutewall refugees say farewell to their fallen loved ones. Powerful friends arrive to ease the ever-growing burden. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Che…
 
New York Times-bestselling author Amy Sohn joins us to discuss the fascinating life of Ida Craddock, a self-taught Victorian sex expert, occultist, and writer of “marriage guides” who was harassed by vice hunter Anthony Comstock. Craddock is just one of the incredible women featured in Sohn’s new book The Man Who Hated Women: Sex, Censorship, and C…
 
From Mr. Darcy and billet doux to buzzkill chaperones and dumb cake (it’s a thing), we take a closer look at courtship in the Regency Era and answer the pertinent question, “Would you ever appear on a Regency Era-style dating show?” See if our answers surprise you in this week’s mini. Admit it, though: we already had you at “Mr. Darcy,” didn’t we?…
 
In this episode, the Apple Squadeth licks their wounds after their disastrous confrontation with Ezequiel, the dark angel of power. They check in with Haydet, to see if there's anything they can do to help the freezing huddled masses. But something else is on its way... Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Netwo…
 
In this episode, Julz, Jules, and Josh discuss their characters (Marley, Arcus, and Trestlespoon) leveling up to 15. What new abilities have come their way as a result of all the dangerous things they’ve endured? Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the wor…
 
The eccentric Victorian-era novelist Ouida wrote more than 40 novels and hobnobbed with literary notables such as Robert Browning, Oscar Wilde, and Wilkie Collins. Critic and wit Max Beerbohm called her “one of the miracles of modern literature,” while other critics dubbed her high-society stories “depraved.” We discuss her wildly decadent life and…
 
Ezequiel, one of the three generals of Krova, proves to be a truly fierce opponent. Will the Apple Squadeth have what it takes to survive and complete their mission? Or will they fall to the general's blade? Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! C…
 
Trestlespoon, Arcus, and Marley are now tasked with the protection of a thousand Brutewall refugees, including two powerful wielders from the distant past, Phendell and Derris Torchwood. Will they keep them safe from those who seek their death? Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspo…
 
Emma Wolf, the first American Jewish writer to be published by the most important presses of her time, lived a life of privilege in upper-middle-class San Francisco society at the turn of the 20th century. Sarah Seltzer, executive editor of Lilith Magazine, joins us this week to discuss the once-popular author and her debut novel of 1892, Other Thi…
 
Thanks to our incredible guests and our equally incredible listeners, we’re celebrating our one-year anniversary! It’s been a year of fabulous conversation, thrilling book discoveries, a whole lot of laughs, and even some unexpected guests--as you’ll hear about in this mini. We really appreciate all of you who’ve joined us on this journey, and we h…
 
We complete our sneak peek at what Trestlespoon got up to while he was leading the gnomes to their new home in the north. Join Trestlespoon and his friend Demi on an unexpected adventure. For this one, we use the d12GO rpg system. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D p…
 
In this week’s episode, our guest is Lucy Scholes, author of the monthly column Re-Covered for The Paris Review and host of the Ourshelves podcast from Virago Press. We discuss Rosamond Lehmann’s wonderful 1927 debut novel, Dusty Answer. Incredibly popular in its day, this book also caused quite the scandal—which we tell you all about, of course!…
 
We take a sneak peek at what Trestlespoon got up to while he was leading the gnomes to their new home in the north. For this one, we use the d12GO rpg system. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you like the show, ple…
 
A conversation with Chaplain (COL) Jimmy Nichols at Fort Jackson, SC. We discuss his nearly three decades of active service and hit topics like the changes he experienced after 9-11, his personal struggles during a difficult deployment to Iraq, and the importance of Chaplains seeking counseling themselves. I hope you enjoy this episode! Please shar…
 
In this episode, the Apple Squadeth says goodbye to Isen’s mainland and teleport to the Brutewall at the southern edge of the world. A lot of innocent lives are in their semi-capable hands. A lot. Mere days away from the Surge and the inevitable showdown with Krova, the God of Power, the Squadeth is in for the battle of their life. Visit www.fateof…
 
Virginia Woolf wrote that “All women together ought to let flowers fall on the tomb of Aphra Behn… for it was she who earned them the right to speak their minds.” We’ll be letting our metaphorical flowers fall for England’s first professional female writer, Behn, in this episode with guest Dr. Sarah Raff, an associate professor of English at Califo…
 
In this episode, Trestlespoon sends word of his whereabouts to his mother, Brisbane Thimberwhacky, then the Apple Squadeth leaves Kerim to reunite with Damien and Hodge in Dantinaire. They even pay their Resistance allies a visit, to prepare them for what may be to come. Mere days away from the Surge and the inevitable showdown with Krova, the God …
 
Just in time for what’s potentially the most anticipated back-to-school season ever, we go beyond John Knowles’s A Separate Peace and J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye to discuss books by women about boarding schools (and school in general). We also compare what we’ve read with Amy’s real-life all-girls’ Catholic school experience and Kim’s imagin…
 
In this episode, the Apple Squadeth helps someone in need, and makes a strange new friend in the process. Plus, Kerim gets its first living citizen! Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you like the show, please feel f…
 
Sisters Jane and Mary Findlater were literary celebrities in their day and counted the likes of Henry James, Virginia Woolf and Rudyard Kipling among their admirers. We’ll be discussing one of their joint efforts, Crossriggs, which is considered their finest work. Joining us are Hollywood screenwriting sisters Julie and Shawna Benson who worked on …
 
In this episode, the Apple Squadeth gets reacquainted with a long-missed friend. Fidarn shows his allies that, even though it's full of undead, Kerim knows how to throw a party. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you…
 
Think you know everything there is to know about Louisa May Alcott? Test your knowledge on this week’s mini episode as we chat with the hosts of the new Alcott mini-series podcast Let Genius Burn. Jamie and Jill are Alcott experts, and in our conversation they reveal five surprising things you might not know about Little Women’s famed author. Plus,…
 
Edna Ferber’s So Big was the top-selling novel of 1924 and it won a Pulitzer Prize, yet it’s little known now! Wildly popular in its day, So Big was adapted for film three times, the second of which (in 1932) starred Barbara Stanwyck and featured a young Bette Davis in one of her earliest roles. Join us for a discussion of the book and the 1932 fil…
 
In this episode, Arcus and Marley get an unexpected reunion with two former Apple Squadeth allies. The line between life and death seems to be under a lot of pressure… Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you like the …
 
If you love the Golden Age of cinema, this one’s for you! Two of the hosts from the fun new YouTube show Disaster to the Wench join us for this week’s mini episode. A mashup of TV’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 and TCM (Turner Classic Movies), with a twist of Ms. magazine, Disaster to the Wench is a sassy and feminist real-time commentary of classi…
 
Our good friend, Alex White-Robinson, drops in to tell us about what his character Fidarn has been up to since we last saw him. Fidarn is a human wizard whom the Apple Squadeth met all the way back in Chapter 2! A reunion between Fidarn and the Apple Squadeth could be just around the corner! Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of …
 
The Washington Post called Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun “one of a handful of great American plays—it belongs in the inner circle, along with Death of a Salesman, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, and The Glass Menagerie.” Join us as we discuss A Raisin in the Sun and the remarkable life and work of its author with guest Dr. Soyica Diggs Co…
 
In this episode, Arcus and Marley battle against a pair of titantic water elementals that have laid waste to the city of Port Belas. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you like the show, please feel free to join us o…
 
Born a generation before Mary Wollstonecraft, seventeenth-century English philosopher Mary Astell wrote the groundbreaking works A Serious Proposal to the Ladies, her plea and plan for the education of women, and an indictment of early modern marriage called Some Reflections upon Marriage. Her work was praised by contemporaries, including Robinson …
 
In this episode, Arcus and Marley deal with the immediate aftermath of their experience in Kaplain, and prepare to fight the gigantic water elementals ravaging the far-away city of Port Belas. The only question is, how do they get there? Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 6…
 
Edith Lewis’s editorial input helped shape Willa Cather’s writing for almost four decades—and for that same length of time, Willa Cather and Edith Lewis were life partners, too. Their relationship was tacitly accepted during their lifetime, only to be erased (along with Lewis’s legacy) in the second half of the 20th century. Join us as we bring Lew…
 
In this episode, Arcus, Marley, and Dru confront the dragoonborn druid who has brought his wrath upon the town of Kaplain. Things get a little bit weird… Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you like the show, please f…
 
If you type “Judith Love Cohen” into your search bar, the headlines about her can be summed up in three words, “Jack Black’s mom.” But did you know she was also a prolific author, an aerospace engineer who helped the Apollo 13 mission, and, for a time, a professional ballerina in New York City? Join us for our latest mini episode, inspired by a mem…
 
In this episode, Arcus, Marley, and Dru continue fighting their way through Kaplain, where an army of plant creatures have been running amok. They find an ally who knows more about the situation, and prepare to face the root of the problem. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot to…
 
We’re celebrating 3 years of being your favourite podcast, by giving away some stuff! Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you like the show, please feel free to join us on Discord or support us on Patreon! Intro, outr…
 
Joining us from the UK this week is New York Times bestselling-writer Laura Thompson, author of the Nancy Mitford biography Life In a Cold Climate and the Mitford sisters biography The Six. Mitford’s semi-autobiographical novels The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate are outrageously funny, as well as bitingly perceptive social satires of t…
 
In this episode, Arcus, Marley, and Hot Beans arrive in the town of Kaplain, where a dragonborn druid has unleashed a wave of plant creatures to attack. Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top 60 D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here. If you like the show, please fe…
 
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