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This isn’t a podcast for total beginners. We’re going to assume that you know what plot structure is, what a protagonist is, where ideas come from, and how to use a semicolon. This is a podcast for people who can already write okay, but want to do better.
 
A weekly podcast where Irish Whiskey drinkers share their favorite Irish Whiskey dram. Fáilte. My name is Andrew Healy and I’m a lover and drinker of Irish Whiskey. I’m on a journey of discovery to learn as much as I can about the great spirit of The Emerald Isle Along that journey I’m lucky enough to meet other people who are passionate about Irish Whiskey and the “My Favo(u)rite Irish…” podcast…is their story, and their favo(u)rite Irish Whiskey. Whether that’s their current favo(u)rite, t ...
 
Welcome to Belonging, a podcast that explores being alive in the age of loneliness. Becca Piastrelli is your host and guide on a journey of courageous reconnection as we explore topics like rites of passage, cultivating meaningful community, seasonal and cyclical living, and what it means to be a good ancestor in these times. She has thought provoking conversations with friends, teachers, elders, and ancestral medicine keepers to help support you in bringing more meaning and connection to yo ...
 
On Nov. 12, 2016, Valleys, Orients and Councils of Deliberations from both the Northern Masonic and Southern Jurisdictions will come together to celebrate the Scottish Rite. It is the first time the fraternity has held such a nationwide day of honor. We are asking that everyone in both jurisdictions commemorate Scottish Rite Day. Our hope is that you see it as a chance to enjoy a fun, memorable occasion where you can reach out to and connect with your Brothers.
 
In the podcast, The Rite to be Catholic host Shawn Ayar and his guests tackle everyday issues Catholics face. This is the first podcast produced by the Eastern Catholic Re-evangelization (E.C.R.C.) and Mar Toma Productions. The topics are derived from daily experiences and current affairs in our modern world. On every podcast, a guest shares a testimonial that demonstrates how many people face the same obstacles and how to overcome them through Christ. Listening to the podcast, you will not ...
 
As leaders in pediatric orthopedics, our team takes on that responsibility by not only providing world-renowned care to the patients we treat but also sharing education with our families. Through our various platforms of communication, we are able to share the latest research and education on the different conditions our experts treat and shine a light on our patients during their time with us. Checking In – A Scottish Rite for Children Podcast is an educational resource from our experts. Wi ...
 
Tribal Rites Radio Takeover w/ DJ Lennie III formerly aired on WNJC in Southern New Jersey until April of 2015. These podcasts are a collection of previously aired shows, current mixes from events I have recently performed at and chill mixes that I have become popular for. I will still be posting new Progressive/Electro House shows and continue to post live recordings of upcoming events to my fans!
 
Welcome to the “Rite Type Coaching” Podcast, where it’s time to change the way you do business! On this show, we’re gonna discuss how to leverage who you are in order to gain a competitive edge in your business and life. Each week, we explore topics that teach you how to create a workplace environment full of highly engaged, loyal and collaborative people. All successful business owners, entrepreneurs and leaders know that this is the #1 secret to increasing productivity, morale and ultimate ...
 
DOWNLOAD THE FREE PODCAST AT THE ITUNES STORE!! Late Night with Doom and the Knights of the Round Table is a jaw dropping talk show tackling the most controversial issues and current events. Doom (Barry Owens) is a master at leading discussions on sensitive issues while facilitating intense discussions between Knights of the Round Table and calls from listeners. The Knights of the Round Table are an eclectic group with strong and often conflicting opinions. When you combine their mix of educ ...
 
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As part of the My Favo(u)rite Irish series I got to chat with John Cashman who has the great title "Head of Whiskey" at The Powerscourt Distillery in Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow about his current favo(u)rite Irish Whiskey. That whiskey is Fercullen Falls, and we chatted about the distillery at Powerscourt, future plans for the Fercullen range, and why …
 
In fiction, a plot is the sequence of connected events that make up a narrative. These events aren’t random things that happen–there’s a relationship between them, usually a causative one. Generally, a plot in fiction leads up to a climax that answers a central question or resolves a central conflict. Unless you’re writing really experimental ficti…
 
As part of the My Favo(u)rite Irish series I got to chat with Angela Chisum, Owner of Trailhead Liquor in Bend Oregon about her favo(u)rite Irish Whiskey. She loves Yellow Spot, a lot, and we chatted about her business, her love of hiking, why she loves Yellow Spot, and she kindly shared some great tips for anyone visiting Bend! Find out more about…
 
Clare Foale is a Mum, a creator, a space holder, a brink walker and an ocean lover, living on Garigal Country in Australia. Together, Clare and I have an open and vulnerable conversation about our experiences with delayed postpartum depression. We share the moments beloved practitioners finally helped us see we weren’t okay. The strength it took to…
 
So much has changed since I last had my husband Tim on the podcast. We became parents. We decided to leave California. We bought a house in upstate New York. It feels like almost everything is different since that last episode three years ago. So this week I’ve invited Tim to come back to the show for an open conversation about our family and how w…
 
Sci-fi and fantasy are imaginative genres that can show us new, impossible worlds. Sometimes, they offer us escape from our dreary lives. But there’s one thing contemporary SFF can’t seem to escape. As Mark Fisher once said, “It’s easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism.” In this episode of Rite Gud, Simon McNeil joins us …
 
Marysia Miernowska is a teacher, author, Earth activist, green witch, folk herbalist and healer rooted in the Wise Woman Tradition of Healing. She has spent her life traveling, learning and sharing different regenerative ways of tending to the Earth, healing land, and healing people. She is the Director of the School of the Sacred Wild and author o…
 
Writer, podcaster, editor, and mall explorer Kurt Schiller joins us to discuss how he started his magazine, Blood Knife. Since its inception a few short years ago, Blood Knife has become a notable voice in cultural criticism, and has been cited by NPR, the BBC, and the New York Times. In this episode, Kurt shares what it takes to launch a magazine,…
 
Sci-fi, fantasy, and horror have always used speculative elements to express political ideas. HG Wells wrote War of the Worlds as a reaction to British colonialism, Tolkien explored his feelings about World War I and industrialization in The Lord of the Rings, and Mary Shelley had a lot to say about gender and modernity in Frankenstein. Many specul…
 
While I often talk about mothering on the podcast, it’s been a few seasons since I shared a personal reflection on being a mother. So this episode of Belonging is a solo episode where I open up about my journey with delayed postpartum depression. In this episode, I talk about struggling with anxiety and rage, realizing that I was taking out my ange…
 
Writers are often under pressure to follow rules, to write to the market, to carefully fit themselves into a safe cultural and commercial niche. You have to stick to one genre, and follow the standard recipe for that genre, or else audiences will get mad and your book won’t sell. At least, that’s what publishers say. But some writers know better. I…
 
Anoushka Florence is a teacher, an author, a circle-tender, and a mother. She is the Keeper of the Mama’s Village, the Mama of The Goddess Space, and the author of The Women’s Circle. Her work is based on ancient spiritual feminine practices that are grounded in the belief that the power to heal comes from within. Together, we begin with the questi…
 
Tracy Benjamin is a food photographer, stylist & blogger based in the San Francisco Bay Area. In this episode, we have a tender conversation about grief, and all the ways she’s experienced it since her mom’s sudden death in 2017. Together we explore how loss can encompass our full range of emotions and impact every area of our life. Tracy shares wh…
 
The internet is a huge part of our lives, but putting it into our fiction can be difficult. Many writers leave it out of their stories entirely. Others try to incorporate it into their work with awkward results. How should our fiction handle the internet? Should our fiction try to handle the internet at all? Cartoonist RE Parrish joins us to talk a…
 
Nicole Antoinette is a writer, podcast host, and community-builder who is super into long-distance hiking. In this conversation, she tells us the story of how long solo hikes have become her spiritual & devotional practice. Together we explore the power of facing fear and discomfort, the lessons gained from embracing loneliness, and the self-trust …
 
When you send a short story to a magazine, it probably doesn’t go directly to the editor. Instead, it ends up in what’s called the slush pile–the pool of unsolicited work waiting for review. Who reviews it? Weirdos like us. In this episode of Rite Gud, we’re joined by slush readers NM Whitley and Karl P to talk about why stories get rejected, retro…
 
Asha Frost is an Anishinaabe (Ojibway) Medicine Woman (member of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation), Healer, and Spiritual Mentor. Last time she was on the podcast we discussed her viral article “Dear White Woman who wants to be like me,” and today she returns to share her new book You Are the Medicine with us. Together we explore the medicine o…
 
In this episode, Shawn is joined by Tom Naemi to discuss how God can us all of us to do His will. They discuss Tom’s new book, “Freedom Behind Bars.” How God has qualified others to do great things in their lives when they themselves doubted they could or that they were worthy. Hope you enjoy and take away something from this episode. Please share …
 
Have you been craving a deep, expansive conversation about creativity, burnout, postpartum, paying for the village, and raising children in ancestral ways amidst climate crisis? I know I have been. So I invited my friends, fellow mothers, and past guests Ariella Daly and Megan McGuire to join me on the podcast again to commune “in the mammoth bone …
 
They say the pen is mightier than the sword, but it is way easier to kill a guy with a sword than with a pen. We love art–it’s important to us and it’s meaningful and a worthwhile pursuit–but art alone does not change the material world. What, then, is the purpose of writing? Why do we do this if we’re not saving the world? Here to talk about this …
 
Dacy Gillespie is a personal stylist who intuitively guides us to discover the clothes we feel best in — uncovering and releasing what society says we “should” wear in the process. Together we explore the question “what do you want to wear?” and we talk about how pausing before purchasing can help us make more ethical decisions and find clothes we …
 
The changing of the guard in the early 2000s and the euthanization of the reactionary Sad Puppy movement in the early 2010s should have ushered in a new era of speculative fiction, an era of creative freedom and experimentation. It did not. Instead of welcoming and mentoring a new generation of authors from all walks of life, the current publishing…
 
In this episode, Shawn is joined by Jeff Kassab to discuss the transformation that comes during lent. They discuss how we as Catholics need to take certain steps during this season. They talk about the 3 pillars of lent and how if done right can lead to a transformation in your life. Also, how the theme of lent to is to follow the greatest commandm…
 
Lisa Olivera is a writer, therapist, and creative who shares work centered around radical acceptance, cultivating compassion, and integrating our stories and full humanity. She is also a new mother, just five months postpartum at the time we recorded this episode. Together we talk about the pressures and expectations of motherhood, the deep joy and…
 
In this very serious episode, we honor the most important writer of the 20th century, a man forty years ahead of his time: author, visionary, dreamweaver plus actor, Garth Marenghi. Literary connoisseur and Kittysneezes proprietor Matt Keeley joins us to discuss Marenghi’s body of work, which includes such towering achievements as Juggers, Slicers …
 
Belonging is back! After my winter hibernation, I find myself craving a little vernal worship. So this episode is all about ancestral rituals and practices for spring. First, I share lessons I learned while wintering, including my stepping away from social media, making my life small, and my seasonal self-care wheel. Then we dive into the pleasure …
 
When a book comes out, the publisher or the author will often promote it by describing it as a list of tropes, identities, and references. “Here’s my new novel, A Groan of Stone and Bone. It has enemies to lovers, a chaotic bisexual, BIPOC representation, elemental magic, and tons of Buffy references!” It’s akin to any product listing: here are the…
 
In this episode, Shawn discusses the parable of the prodigal son. He goes over the parable and why Jesus chose this specific parable during that time. He also dives into the true meaning behind certain parts of the parable. Lastly, he breaks down each of the 3 characters in the parable and how we can all relate to them in our live at some point. Ho…
 
Recently, JR of the Podhand joined us to discuss a phenomenon we’re calling squeecore—a style of quippy, fluffy, moralistic, fannish, centrist, Joss Whedon-esque speculative writing that touts itself as Important Activism but is mainly middle-of-the-road escapism. This episode unexpectedly sparked an explosion of controversy. Some people loved it, …
 
In this episode, Shawn discusses two thieves, comparing and complaining. He talks about how these two thieves can rob you of your happiness and push you away from thanking God and loving Him. He goes over examples of each one of the thieves and how we as Catholics can combat them. Hope you enjoy and take away something from this episode. Please sha…
 
We finally reached our Patreon subscriber goal, so you know what that means! It is time to talk about Bear, Marian Engel’s 1976 Canadian novel about a mousy librarian who falls in love with a bear. The novel sparked tremendous controversy when it came out, but that didn’t stop it from winning the prestigious Governor General’s Literary Award the ye…
 
In 1936, anthropologist Ralph Linton said, “The last thing a fish would ever notice would be water.” It’s difficult to see the medium that encompasses everything around you, especially when you’ve never known anything else. Well, if fish were contemporary sci-fi/fantasy readers, the last thing they would notice is squeecore. What is squeecore? You’…
 
In this episode, Shawn is joined by Sister Rita Bazzi to discuss Inner Healing. They discuss the importance of inner healing, what does it mean to be healed. They also discuss the importance of healing and how to identify if it is needed in your life. Lastly, they touch on the benefits of inner healing. Hope you enjoy and take away something from t…
 
Bram Stoker Award-winning author John Langan joins us to talk about cosmic horror, his novel The Fisherman, upstate New York, how much money writers make (none), and how hard it is to get published when you’re a little too literary for the genre crowd but a little too genre for the literary crowd. Special appearance by Langan’s wiener dog/beagle. A…
 
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