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By Loyal Books
Florence Scovel Shinn, an illustrator living in New York City, became a teacher of New Thought after a divorce. New Thought was a movement which holds the belief that individuals can create their own reality through intentional thoughts and prayer, much like the current Law of Attraction movement. The Game of Life and How to Play It is her first book, and is remarkable for being written by a woman and meant for a genteel female audience.
By Sean McTiernan
The Wonder Of It All is a podcast about film hosted by Sean McTiernan.
By Living Audio C.I.C.
G. Norman Lippert is the Author of the highly acclaimed James Potter novels, which follow the adventures of the next generation of students to face the many wonders and chalanges at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The novels are not official, and JK Rowling and Warner Bros are not connected with the series in any way. However, subject to certain restrictions and limitations, they have no objection to the release of the James Potter Series in electronic or audio format.
By Matthew Supert
The is an online artist collective featuring music created with grooveboxes and hardware synthesizers. This monthly podcast will feature music and interviews with artists in the collective.
By Edward Spiegel
Mind-blowing videos and electronic music formatted for AppleTV. Explore sights and sounds created with the cutting-edge graphics and music synthesizers designed by Eric Wenger, father of Bryce 3D. These videos turn your AppleTV into an art appliance. See our portable podcast for smaller versions of these videos formatted for computers, iPods and iPhones.
By Simon & Schuster
Watch trailers for the hottest new reads in romance and urban fantasy and listen to some of the genre's best writers divulge what inspires their stories. Enjoy free reads and exclusive content every week when you become a member of XOXO After Dark--because the best conversations happen after dark.
By The Seattle Public Library
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
By Sarah Aronson
The Write Question is a program that features authors from the western United States, including James Lee Burke, Maile Meloy, Thomas McGuane, Kim Barnes, Robert Wrigley, Jess Walter, Pam Houston, Barry Lopez, and hundreds of others.
The Local Food Report can be heard every Thursday on WCAI, the local NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. From farmers markets to backyard gardens, wild forage to home kitchen recipes, the Local Food Report explores the Cape, Islands, and South Coast to find out what's in season and what to do with it.
By Stephen Kramer Glickman
The Night Time Show Podcast is a talk show where Comedians Stephen Kramer Glickman, Matt Walker, Mike Black, Mike Glazer, and Robbie Carlysle interview influential people, comedy gurus and blatant liars. Tune in for entertaining celebrity stories and secret behind-the-scenes dirt straight from Hollywood.
By Loyal Books
Logan Marshall's book "The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters" gives readers a first-hand account of the greatest sea disaster of all time straight from the survivors of the ill-fated sunken ship. Unlike many of the books about the Titanic that was written recently, Logan Marshall was fortunate that he was able to interview the survivors of the Titanic and access to all the important documents about the ship, including the diagrams, maps and actual photographs related to the disas...
By Jorge Albor, Scott Juster, Experience Points
A weekly show from the authors of Each episode we will have an in depth conversation on a particular video game related topic.
Would you like some music to go with your story? Alex Austin hopes you will. He’s integrated the work of 20 contemporary bands and 40 songs into The Red Album of Asbury Park Remixed. It’s the late Sixties, the Beatles intact, Jimi Hendrix exploding and the Doors demanding the world. And on the East Coast, famed resort Asbury Park, New Jersey, will become the epicenter of a new brand of rock and roll. But in January 1968, a boardwalk Liverpool lies in the future. Escalating crime and a fadin...
I'm a genderqueer, filmmaker, returning student, videoblogger, computer enthusiast, runner, ex-smoker, michigan festival worker, and a geek through and through. Apparently I enjoy sharing my personal life with strangers on the internet.
By Martian Creative
A science fiction audio drama that spans 3 countries and 35 episodes. The story opens with the mysterious disappearance of Sydney and follows through a journey that crosses the pacific, through the USA and into Canada. Every episode is a mix of Aliens, Drama, Mysteries and the wonders of the Human Spirit. Created By Stefan Sawynok, Written By Stefan Sawynok and Simon Meddings, Music, Narration and Character Voices by Rick Moyer.
By Triple R
Podcasts from Australia's best known community radio station
By Jody Schaible and Max Sympathy
From the factory of their own means, music producer/audio arranger Jody Schaible and personal radio face Max Sympathy collapse distance ... An unthought experiment, sound affectation, lyrical without sing, dissonant without fission, melodic without monotony ... An uncompleting 21st century synthesizer plus skipread performance, the dialogic novelty of mutual distraction ... Loquacious music, suggesting abbreviation, remixed and remastered in contemplation ... Failures and successes ... (((Po...
By Zed Book Club
The Book Club on 4ZZZ and the CRN
Each week on The Book Show, host Joe Donahue interviews authors about their books, their lives and their craft. It is a celebration of both reading and writers.
By oilyfilms
do you ever wonder what happened to your old 8mm home movies?
By Loyal Books
Ralph Rover is a traveler at heart, and has always dreamed of shipping out to the South Seas islands. He finally convinces his aging parents to let him go and find his way in the world. But the islands that Ralph finds are not as idyllic as in his dreams. Shipwrecked on a large, uninhabited island, Ralph and his fellow survivors, Jim and Peterkin, discover a world of hostile natives and villainous pirates. Danger, high adventure, and wonders of the sea greet them at every turn. When all seems...
By Collisions
Get psyched for the premier festival in the PNW with The Official Sasquatch! Festival Podcast. Running up to Sasquatch, our host John Norris brings you artist interviews, behind the scenes news, captivating discussions with Seattle music insiders, and then reports direct from the festival. Listen to exclusive content you won’t find anywhere else.
Full of wonderful little videos and stuff!
By Loyal Books
Between 1865-73 the tumultuous American Revolution rages on in different battlefields. The air is thick with hatred and suspicion as the Continental and British armies clash in bloody warfare. In Westchester County, New York, an area is considered a neutral ground for both forces, Harvey Birch plies his dangerous mission. An innocuous peddler by day, he is in fact an American spy, though he does nothing to correct anyone who assumes he is a British spy. In a magnificent country mansion, The L...
By Spooning Productions
Mixer (Legal to Brew Since 1967) is a brand new podcast started in 2017, presenting conversations about life experiences, current events, politics, nerdom, pop culture, and more through the lens of various multiracial and multi-ethnic viewpoints. Every conversation we’ve had thus far has provoked personal introspection, deep conversations, unintentional group therapy, and creative works. We invite you to join us in this conversation — bring your questions and your listening ears. Our group i...
By Adam Kane
Are we really going to let thousands of years of Western culture and civilization go up in smoke? The treasures of the past are being replaced by a plastic, consumer-driven world. A lot of us are tired of modern life—the pace, the expectations on all of us, the insane politics, the confusing religious landscape, the degrading entertainment industry, and the overwhelming mess of information available every second at our fingertips. And many of us are asking, Where did we go wrong? Can we ever ...
By Loyal Books
The book, also known as Darwin’s Journal of Researches, is a vivid and exciting travel memoir as well as a detailed scientific field journal covering biology, geology, and anthropology that demonstrates Darwin’s keen powers of observation, written at a time when Western Europeans were still discovering and exploring much of the rest of the world. Although Darwin revisited some areas during the expedition, for clarity the chapters of the book are ordered by reference to places and locations ra...
By Mike Howard
jpeg2RAW is a podcast targeted at the photographer looking to improve their photos and have a general discussion about photography. We interview amazing photographers and others in the photo industry. In addition, we not only broadcast live each week (, but we allow our live listeners to interact with the gust by asking questions in our chat room. Come to our live show and see for yourself.
By Brandon Holmes
Talk with artists, thinkers and seekers broadcasting live (on occasion) from a shipping container in Brooklyn. Music and guests broadcast via KPISS.FM most Saturdays from 3-4pm EST. Due to licensing restrictions, all shows archived @
By Plymouth University
If you enjoy engaging with the world through observational or constructed photographic practice, and want to explore the medium's potential to inform, influence or entertain, studying in our purpose-built environment will enable you to develop the necessary unique and personal visual language.
By Loyal Books
Nineteenth century attitudes towards marriage, the role of women, morality and the search for identity are brilliantly explored in Henrik Ibsen's three act play, A Doll's House. It was highly controversial and received with a sense of outrage among opinion leaders in Europe. Many thinkers like August Strindberg lashed out at Ibsen for portraying the sacred institution of marriage in such a derogatory way. A Doll's House, written in the original Danish, was first performed at the Royal Theate...
By Loyal Books
This is a charming book on Art History for children (and everyone else). Each chapter focuses on a great painting, reproduced in color in the original text. The authors explain the story behind the paintings, as well as the life, times, and techniques of the artists.
By Loyal Books
The novel picks up where Tarzan of the Apes left off. The ape man, feeling rootless in the wake of his noble sacrifice of his prospects of wedding Jane Porter, leaves America for Europe to visit his friend Paul d’Arnot. On the ship he becomes embroiled in the affairs of Countess Olga de Coude, her husband, Count Raoul de Coude, and two shady characters attempting to prey on them, Nikolas Rokoff and his henchman Alexis Paulvitch.
By FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel
the third edition of the International Scenographers Festival IN3 2010 is dedicated entirely to the topic of exhibiting. “exhibit! scenography in exhibition design” is destination and program at the same time. the four days festival will debate various aspects of designing, exhibiting and the executing of exhibitions. due to this year’s claim we invited about sixty internationally recommended professionals to share their experiences in exhibiting and to discuss the visions of this cultural fo...
A podcast from two brothers in search of the black sheep, the interesting, the real, the different, the left of center, the bare bones, the wonderful and the weird. Stories told by average joe's who live extraordinary lives and those that push the boundaries, interviewed by two guys who hate the 5 minute media snippet.
By The Club: A Sandwich Podcast
Welcome to The Club: A Sandwich Podcast. This podcast exists to create discussion about everyone's favorite food group: sandwiches. Please join us as we discuss anything and everything sandwiches. Hosted by Andrew X. Hunter and Lindsay Cherry.
By Naxos
We invite you to join Raymond Bisha of Naxos, the world's leading classical music label, in exploring the best of today's classical music. New shows will be available each Tuesday (GMT) that explore the latest releases from Naxos and focus on the performers and composers who make our recordings possible.
By Loyal Books
A journalist who undertakes a life threatening mission to impress the woman he loves, a mysterious plateau in South America that none of the locals dare to enter and an adventurous English aristocrat are all charectors you will encounter in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World. With Dinosaurs, ape-men, diamonds and secret tunnels the book is filled with enough action, excitement, drama and adventure to go around. For Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts, Conan Doyle's hero in this book Professor ...
By Charles Ogar
Inspiring podcasts for dancers around the world!
By Duncan Crary
A Small American City podcast is a project by author Duncan Crary. It aims to re-acquaint listeners with small city life in North America through the voices, stories, history and urban fabric of his home city of Troy, New York. The program features spoken-word essays and intimate conversations with a cast of characters who bring this unusual Hudson River settlement to life. This is not a news program. It is not a talk show. It is a passport into the lives of the people who inhabit a place. ...
By Jonathan Moore
This podcast was created to share the conversations that I have with interesting people from all walks of life. From business owners, creatives, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, industry influencers, philanthropist, and more. Join in on the conversation to learn from others on how they've achieved and continue to strive toward success.
By Andrew Deitsch
Andrew Deitsch is a world traveler, entrepreneur, fitness fanatic, and a podcaster. In a world of bite-sized content, he is having meaningful, uninterrupted, long-form conversations with fascinating people.
By WFYI 90.1 FM and HD1/HD1
Weekly podcast of The Art of the Matter radio program.
By John Swinimer
Podcast about tools for comic book makers and fans of makers
By Simon Powis
Simon Powis from Classical Guitar Corner explores different ways to approach music practice and teaching through a series of focused and educational sessions. Joining him will be a star studded line up of classical guitar performers and teachers who will discuss their own styles and philosophies on education. From beginner techniques, practice habits, and performance skills to advanced training and pedagogy, Simon will explore a variety of approaches that will be of interest to both students...
By The Dusty Den Podcast
Join Joshua in The Dusty Den and discuss literature, film, current events and more... You're going to get an Anarchist slant, but all viewpoints are welcome in The Den!
By Adam Palcher and Adam Sherlock
A theme based movie podcast that offers in depth reviews of films across the whole spectrum of film history from the silent era to modern day classics and new releases. Accompanied by our never ending film festivals, interviews and top 5's we will enthrall you with ridiculousness, knowledge and humor. We drink, we curse, and most reviews contain spoilers, so be weary. Voted Best New Podcast by SLC's City Weekly come be a fly on the wall of our conversations about the art form that we love wit...
By Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough
Join Bruce Weinstein, the chef, and Mark Scarbrough, the writer, as they work their way through recipes and culinary myths. Once a week, they'll cook through a recipe in real time--complete with all the travails that could bring to this long-married couple. What's more, once a week they'll gleefully disabuse you of the greatest cooking mistakes they've seen in their years teaching classes, distilled into short, funny episodes. Twice a week at the same price! (Zero dollars.) You can't beat tha...
By Mater Dei Radio
Weekly radio program where our host Pat Ryan discusses the faith with guests from all over world, and then discusses the tradition of monastic breweries and their contemporary offspring.
By psychotic soliloquy
The following songs and stories come with a very bright flashing neon trigger warning. This series is not safe listening for children or for anyone sensitive to topics dealing with abuse or severe, traumatic mental health related issues. Honestly, if you’re someone who can’t read a Stephen King book due to overwhelming fear, or if you are deeply upset by or opposed to watching things like the show American Horror Story or Bates Motel, please know that this podcast will likely be very upsettin...
By Scott Krava, Danny Garcia & Spencer Bliven
Sharing the stories of success, failure and the drive to keep pushing forward, The Handcrafted Podcast is a weekly conversation with the talents of the Midwest. Each week, a new guest joins us to talk about their passion and what they're doing to accomplish their dreams.
By Loyal Books
When you dive into Mark Twain’s (Samuel Clemens’) The Innocents Abroad, you have to be ready to learn more about the unadorned, ungilded reality of 19th century “touring” than you might think you want to learn. This is a tough, literary journey. It was tough for Twain and his fellow “pilgrims”, both religious and otherwise. They set out, on a June day in 1867, to visit major tourist sites in Europe and the near east, including Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, “the Holy Land”, and Egypt. What T...
By DJ Count
A home for goths and rivetheads to call their own. Every week (Thursdays) one of the Requiem's DJ's will bring you the most decadent mix they can conjure. Featuring every genre from the underground scene, no one gets left behind! Visit the website for playlists, videos, news and more. Welcome to the Shadows!
By Steve Davis
A weekly podcast recorded in Adelaide that puts South Australian passion on centre stage with a featured guest who joins us each week as a co-presenter to share how they're pursuing their passions. We venture across topics as diverse as history, wine, food, art, music, relationships, critical thinking, health, news, interviews, chat and quizzes. Every single interview, every single show, unlocks insights into what drives people to be doing what they're doing and what keeps them striving. ...
By After Midnight Pod
The After Midnight Podcast...A podcast for those who love tales of urban legends, the supernatural, the paranormal, conspiracy theories and unsolved mysteries.
"The God Boy" was written in 2003-4 while the composer was a lecturer at the University of Otago. The libretto was written several years earlier by Jeremy Commons, based on the famous novel by New Zealander, Ian Cross. In 2004 Opera Otago staged the first production in the Mayfair Theatre in Dunedin, with four performances running from October 1st-8th. This production was included as part of the Otago Festival of the Arts, and received funding from Creative NZ. It was recorded on October 4th ...
By Niall Chambers
'The People I Know' is a conversational podcast. Each guest will be someone who I know, admire and have a lot to learn from. The podcast is committed to showing the power of candid conversations and that ordinary people can have extraordinary things to say. Some music that my guests and I are into will be thrown in there as well ;-)
By Loyal Books
The Social Contract outlines Rousseau’s views on political justice, explaining how a just and legitimate state is to be founded, organized and administered. Rousseau sets forth, in his characteristically brazen and iconoclastic manner, the case for direct democracy, while simultaneously casting every other form of government as illegitimate and tantamount to slavery. Often hailed as a revolutionary document which sparked the French Revolution, The Social Contract serves both to inculcate diss...
By The Sunday Times
Sunday Times Magazine editor Eleanor Mills and her team take you behind the scenes, discussing the stories of the week and how they land their big interviews
By Brandy Mayes
Lets Take a Shot of Brandy and talk about Entertainment, Black Empowerment, Music, and other issues in the community.
By The Wine Makers
A Podcast from Sonoma, CA featuring experts Brian Casey, Sam Coturri, Bart Hansen & host John Myers. Taking the stuffiness out of wine every Friday!
By Double P Podcast Network
Limited Audio Insight from the Double 'P' Podcast Network!
By National Theatre
If all the world’s a stage, we’re the programme notes. The National Theatre Podcast explores how theatre connects to the big issues of our time: sex, death, politics, and everything in between. We take you behind the scenes to investigate the artists and the ideas behind some of today’s most interesting productions, and go out into the world to find theatre at play in our everyday lives. It’s a show about theatre, without the drama.
By Lieze Neven
Podcast about writing and publishing for and by (aspiring) writers
By Loyal Books
If you've loved and cherished The Wind in The Willows, you'll be delighted to read The Golden Age. In this book of reminiscences by Kenneth Grahame, the much loved creator of Winnie The Pooh, readers are granted an insight into the writer's childhood. The opening lines of the Prologue provide a poignant reminder of Grahame's childhood. When he was just five, his mother died in childbirth and his father who had a long standing problem with alcoholism consigned his four children, including the...
By Loyal Books
A children’s fantasy novel first published in 1907, The Enchanted Castle recounts the marvelous adventures encountered by a curious group of children searching to enliven their summer holiday. Written in episodes, the novel has a different adventure in store for its young heroes in each chapter, including vibrant statues, banquets with Greek gods, and reunited lovers. The novel begins when siblings Gerald, James and Kathleen are required to spend their summer holiday in a boarding school, du...
By David Steinberg
The legendary comedian and director, David Steinberg, sits down with comedians, entertainers, and creators to discuss life, art, and comedy.
By Loyal Books
Antiquities of the Jews was a work published by the important Jewish historian Flavius Josephus about the year 93 or 94. It is a history of the Jewish people, written in Greek for Josephus' gentile patrons. Beginning with the creation of Adam and Eve, it follows the events of the historical books of the Hebrew Bible, but sometimes omits or adds information.Volume 1 contains Books 1-5 and ends with the dedication of Samuel and death of Eli the priest.
By Loyal Books
Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron is a collection of novellas or short novels written during the 14th century. There are 100 tales contained in the book which is presented together. The book’s title The Decameron combines the two Greek words “deka” meaning ten and “hemera” meaning day. The title can be literally translated as “ten day,” which is also the time frame in which the stories are told by the 7 young women and 3 young men. In the book, each of the ten persons took their turns to ...
By Loyal Books
The Symposium (Ancient Greek: Συμπόσιον) is a philosophical book written by Plato sometime after 385 BCE. On one level the book deals with the genealogy, nature and purpose of love, on another level the book deals with the topic of knowledge, specifically how does one know what one knows. The topic of love is taken up in the form of a group of speeches, given by a group of men at a symposium or a wine drinking party at the house of the tragedian Agathon at Athens. Plato constructed the Sympos...
By Phil Giangrande
“Seated At The Writer’s Table” is meant for anybody who geeks out over writing. If you find yourself over-analyzing a plot-line or discussing the details of a character’s dialogue than this show is for you. Host Phil Giangrande interviews writers of all genres, as well as industry professionals such as literary agents, publishers and script doctors. Phil uncovers powerful techniques to master both the craft and business of becoming a professional writer. Sit back relax and take Your Seat ...
By Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM)
Textual Criticism remains today as one of the most overlooked disciplines in Biblical studies. In this collection, Dr. Daniel B. Wallace of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) teaches people from the lay to the scholarly level about the basic principles and practices of New Testament Textual Criticism (NTTC). Dr. Wallace defines New Testament Textual Criticism and discusses topics like identifying textual variants, categorizing manuscripts, and interpreting the ava...
By Loyal Books
A divinely beautiful woman who becomes the cause of a terrible war in which the gods themselves take sides. Valor and villainy, sacrifices and betrayals, triumphs and tragedies play their part in this three thousand year old saga. The Iliad throws us right into the thick of battle. It opens when the Trojan War has already been raging for nine long years. An uneasy truce has been declared between the Trojans and the Greeks (Achaeans as they're called in The Iliad.) In the Greek camp, Agamemno...
By The Library with Tim Einenkel
"Tim Einenkel does one of the best interviews in all Hip-Hop and rap music." Chuck D. Front man of Public Enemy "This was by far one of my best interviews in recent years. I love it when I can speak about things that actually matter without it being sensationalized for click-bait journalism. Well played!" - Rah Digga "Tim Einenkel asks the kind of questions that only a person with a deep knowledge and care for hip-hop could ask. The Library is a podcast like no other."- Dan Charnas, author ...
By The Opulent Temple Crew
The Opulent Temple started as a large scale art & music theme camp at the annual Burning Man arts festival that takes place in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, celebrated the week before Labor Day. We throw nightly parties showcasing underground world class electronic dance music in a setting of art and creation we've made ourselves. The effort is self generated by the tribe and no one gets paid to create our production. On the contrary, key members put much of their own time, effort, and som...
By The New Criterion
The New Criterion, edited by Roger Kimball, was founded in 1982 by art critic Hilton Kramer and the pianist and music critic Samuel Lipman. A monthly review of the arts and intellectual life, The New Criterion began as an experiment in critical audacity—a publication devoted to engaging, in Matthew Arnold’s famous phrase, with “the best that has been thought and said.” This also meant engaging with those forces dedicated to traducing genuine cultural and intellectual achievement, whether thro...
By Ethan Uslan
The Carolina Shout is a podcast about ragtime, New Orleans jazz, Harlem stride piano, and swing. Ethan Uslan is the pianist and host who performs live from his living room and offers up fun commentary and stories about the music. Each episode is a short informal private concert just for you, with occasional special guests and experts. So if you are interested in a podcast about rip-roarin American piano music that’s funny, quirky, a little educational but not too much, here it is!
The QuackCast is a podcast hosted by the site's two administrators, skoolmunkee and ozoneocean. Each week the two hosts espouse on the latest featured comics, cool on-going events, and whatever hot topics of discussion are lighting up the forums. They'll also go off on random tangents about whatever they feel like. A great weekly audio companion to the site itself!
By Wes & Marcos
We, The Boxers, want people spending less time searching for what they want at the Redbox and more time watching what they want from the Redbox. Occasionally Good Movies - Consistently Great Conversation
By Rusty Gray: Animator, Artist, and Mentor
Rusty Gray from Rusty dives into the art of animation, how to learn the craft, and make a living as an animator in VFX, Feature, or Games. Through interviews with recent graduates of the best online schools (Animation Mentor, IAnimate, CG Tarian and Animschool) that have made it pro, you’ll discover the shortcuts to your dream job at Disney, Pixar, Weta, ILM or any studio. If its insight and inspiration you need this is your source. Animation workflows, animation schools, persona...
By Loyal Books
The extraordinary child-adult Prince Myshkin, confined for several years in a Swiss sanatorium suffering from severe epilepsy, returns to Russia to claim his inheritance and to find a place in healthy human society.The teeming St Petersburg community he enters is far from receptive to an innocent like himself, despite some early successes and relentless pursuit by grotesque fortune-hunters. His naive gaucheries give rise to extreme reactions among his new acquaintance, ranging from anguished ...
By Maximilian Rivera & Scott Tennant
We started at the very bottom of Rotten Tomatoes with a 0% film, and we're working our way to 100% Fresh, week-by-week.
By worn&wound LLC
The worn&wound Podcast is a semi-weekly discussion of watches. Each week, we’ll cover the latest news and reviews on, bring you our first-hand account of watch events from around the world, and occasionally sit down with our friends and colleagues from the watch industry to get their take on the latest in watches.
By Loyal Books
A beautiful story about survival, the Robinson family shows that one does not have to have the usual comforts of life in order to be comfortable and happy. It is also a story about family relations. The book showcases a family of six that has to start all over without the basic amenities that make life easier in the eyes of society. The idea of being in an island with no human neighbors is daunting to say the least. The family was shipwrecked and everyone else on the ship perished when they...
By Loyal Books
A little bee is born in a large and busy hive. At that time, the hive is going through a period of unrest and there are fears that it will become subdivided into separate colonies. The little new-born, Maya, is under the care of a strict but loving teacher. One day, driven by curiosity and rebellion, Maya escapes from the safe environs of the hive and flies into the forest. Here, she encounters all sorts of interesting, exciting, frightening and funny things. The Adventures of Maya the Bee is...
By MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art
October 17, 2008–July 13, 2009 This October, MoMA will publish The Printed Picture, a book by Richard Benson that traces the changing technology of picture making from the Renaissance to the present, focusing on the vital role of images in multiple copies. In conjunction with the publication of the book, an educational installation of the material will be presented in the The Edward Steichen Photography Galleries. To view images of these artworks, please visit the Online Collection at moma.o...
By Julie Davis, Scott Danielson
Two Catholics talking about books, movies, and the traces of "one Reality" they find there.
By Loyal Books
“One morning Gregor Samsa woke from anxious dreams to find himself transformed into a disgusting insect...” Thus opens one of the most famous books of the twentieth century, The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. Published in 1915, The Metamorphosis is written originally in German. It is a brief but extremely thought provoking novella. Readers and writers have termed it one of the most influential works of the century and hailed Kafka as the creator of a new form in literary tradition. Today, the...
By The Unfiltered Gentlemen
The Unfiltered Gentlemen ‘Craft Beer-cast’ is a weekly podcast centered around craft beer: the liquid, the lifestyle and everything in between. Along with beer, we cover sports, booze news and everything else that is best served ice cold and unfiltered. Every week Greg, Scott and Dan, with some help from It's The Beer Girl, are keeping you entertained and well hydrated with their craft beer reviews, beer experiments and the most important Booze News. The gentlemen also break down some sports...
By iCreateFlix Radio
Living the Creative Life- Bringing you artist, crafter, maker interviews and industry experts that inspire your creative muse across all artistic mediums
By @simsousilva
Seu podcast sobre algo mais.
By Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network
Two childhood friends get together to dissect, mutilate, dismember & butcher all of your favorite and NOT so favorite horror movies and other horror related events. Every week Joe and Sean will visit horror from the past, present, and future with their own unique comedic style.
By Blue Microphones
Welcome to the Blue Microphones Official Podcast hosted by Tyler Barth from Blue Studios located in Westlake Village, California where we invite our favorite artists to come out and co-host the show. Get to know more about our special guests and the music they both play and enjoy. Each podcast features a track that our special guests will cut in the Blue Studio.
By Robert Pollie
A podcast exploring questions in science, culture, music, philosophy and more. Life as we know it, or would like to. The content varies from episode to episode and includes interviews, music and the occasional sound-rich story in the tradition of This American Life or Radio Lab. Produced and hosted by Robert Pollie in California.
By AudioPrimate
The Nine Billion Names Of Pod is here! Listen intently as Dan and Michael dissect pop culture and solve all the world's problems. Well, maybe not ALL the world's problems. A few. They solve one of the world's problems... if that problem is a lack of podcasts. Welcome.
By The Podcast That
A chapter by chapter, spoiler-free (mostly) reread podcast of the Harry Potter series by Luke, an engineer, and Melissa, a math teacher. Stay Imaginary.
By Maryam, Sam and Alex
The SKAM Watch Podcast is a rewatch/relive/re-revel podcast about Julie Andem's groundbreaking Norwegian TV drama SKAM from friends Maryam, Sam and Alex. This is a safe SKAM stan space, so alt er love here.
By Mary Beth Smith of The Nerdologues
MBS (Mary Beth Smith) and a friend cut the BS out of conversation by discussing a topic her guest loves. RSS Feed Subscribe on iTunes