Dr. Evan Antin, WORLD WILD VET
Play • 29 min
Zibby and Dr. Evan Antin both brought furry, four-legged guests to their interview. He shared his passion for animals, wildlife conservation, and vet medicine and talked about some of his wildest adventures around the globe (tune in for snake bite sagas), his advice for being a responsible pet parent, and what it was like being named one of People's Sexiest Men Alive!
All the Books!
All the Books!
Book Riot
E294: New Releases and More for January 19, 2021
This week, Liberty and Tirzah discuss The Rib King, Last Night at the Telegraph Club, Remote Control, and more great books. Pick up an All the Books! 200th episode commemorative item here. Subscribe to All the Books! using RSS, iTunes, or Spotify and never miss a book. Sign up for the weekly New Books! newsletter for even more new book news. This post contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, Book Riot may earn a commission. BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: The Rib King: A Novel by Ladee Hubbard Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor  Amari and the Night Brothers by B. B. Alston Knock Knock by Anders Roslund   This Will Be Funny Someday by Katie Henry Floaters: Poems by Martín Espada Winterkeep by Kristin Cashore The Album of Dr. Moreau by Daryl Gregory WHAT WE’RE READING: The Survivors by Jane Harper The Hidden Palace: A Tale of the Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker MORE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK: Have I Ever Told You Black Lives Matter by Shani King Pianos and Flowers: Brief Encounters of the Romantic Kind by Alexander McCall Smith  Bad Medicine: Catching New York’s Deadliest Pill Pusher by Charlotte Bismuth Homo Irrealis: Essays by André Aciman  Faust, Part One : A New Translation with Illustrations by Johann Wolfgang van Goethe, Zsuzsanna Ozsváth (translator) The Forever Sea by Joshua Phillip Johnson From the Moon I Watched Her by Emily English Medley Cast in Firelight by Dana Swift Maafa by Harmony Holiday The Plague Cycle: The Unending War Between Humanity and Infectious Disease by Charles Kenny Wench by Maxine Kaplan     Harnessing Grief: A Mother’s Quest for Meaning and Miracles by Maria J. Kefalas Enjoy the View by Sarah Morgenthaler Before She Disappeared: A Novel by Lisa Gardner The Conjure-Man Dies by Rudolph Fisher The City of Tears by Kate Mosse Your Corner Dark by Desmond Hall The Comeback: A Figure Skating Novel by E. L. Shen Ambitious Girl by Meena Harris and Marissa Valdez The Mask of Mirrors by M. A. Carrick Happy Singles Day by Ann Marie Walker The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel History by David F. Walker, Marcus Kwame Anderson With Her Fist Raised: Dorothy Pitman Hughes and the Transformative Power of Black Community Activism by Laura L. Lovett Hall of Smoke by H. M. Long Girl on the Line by Faith Gardner The Crown in Crisis: Countdown to the Abdication by Alexander Larman  The World Turned Upside Down: A History of the Chinese Cultural Revolution by Yang Jisheng, Stacy Mosher (translator), Guo Jian (translator)   Shipped by Angie Hockman  A Brief History of Artificial Intelligence: What It Is, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going by Michael Wooldridge  Wider Than the Sky by Katherine Field Rothschild Sonic Boom: The Impossible Rise of Warner Bros. Records, from Hendrix to Fleetwood Mac to Madonna to Prince by Peter Ames Carlin  The Broken Spine (A Beloved Bookroom Mystery Book 1) by Dorothy St. James  Craft in the Real World: Rethinking Fiction Writing and Workshopping by Matthew Salesses Eagle Down: The Last Special Forces Fighting the Forever War by Jessica Donati  The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women and Women to Medicine by Janice P. Nimura  Borderlands Curanderos: The Worlds of Santa Teresa Urrea and Don Pedrito Jaramillo by Jennifer Koshatka Seman Shiver by Allie Reynolds A House at the Bottom of a Lake by Josh Malerman Sanctuary: A Memoir by Emily Rapp Black The Divines: A Novel by Ellie Eaton The Merciful by Jon Sealy  Reel Bay: A Cinematic Essay by Jana Larson Trio by William Boyd The African Lookbook: A Visual History of 100 Years of African Women by Catherine E. McKinley The Lives of Lucian Freud: Fame, 1968-2011 by William Feaver At the Edge of the Haight by Katherine Seligman Playing with Fire by April Henry If I Tell You the Truth by Jasmin Kaur Pity Party by Kathleen Lane A Complicated Love Story Set in Space by Shaun David Hutchinson From Here to There: Inventions That Changed the Way the World Moves by Vivian Kirkfield and Gilbert Ford My Grandmother’s Braid by Alina Bronsky, Tim Mohr (translator)  Last Orgy of the Divine Hermit by Mark Leyner Infinitum: An Afrofuturist Tale by Tim Fielder We Free the Stars (Sands of Arawiya) by Hafsah Faizal  Aftershock: A Novel by T.J. Mitchell, Judy Melinek Coming Out Stories: Personal Experiences of Coming Out from Across the LGBTQ+ Spectrum edited by Emma Goswell and Sam Walker See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
45 min
Art Juice: A podcast for artists, creatives and art lovers
Art Juice: A podcast for artists, creatives and art lovers
Louise Fletcher/Alice Sheridan
How to Sell Art Online [104]
This week, we answer a listener question from Maxine, who asked about the best ways to sell art online. This is a huge topic and perhaps a little ambitious for a one-hour episode, but we decided to give it our best shot! In a wide-ranging discussion, we discuss the importance of a website and email list as a "home base" for your marketing, so that no matter where people find you, they can sign up to stay in touch. But we also cover other options and ways to get started if you don't yet have a website, including social media, licensing opportunities and third party websites such as Saatchi Art.  And we stress that even when you do have a website, it's not enough to just set it up and then wait for people to arrive. You will always need to drive traffic to your site and finding ways to do this is an important element of your marketing strategy. Mentioned Louise's Art Tribe membership group is currently accepting new members. Join for a free trial month at: https://thispaintinglife.mykajabi.com/art-tribe Find us and sign up for our newsletters at: www.alicesheridan.com www.louisefletcherart.com Submit a question at bit.ly/artjuicepodcast Support the podcast with a small donation at: https://ko-fi.com/artjuice Follow us on Instagram: Alice @alicesheridanstudio Louise @louisefletcher_art Credits "Monkeys Spinning Monkeys" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
58 min
Creative Pep Talk
Creative Pep Talk
Andy J. Pizza
303 - Afraid Your Creativity is Stunted? Maybe The Answer Isn't In The Work with Cymone Wilder
Listen & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/creative-pep-talk/id929743897 Cymone Wilder http://www.simonandmoose.com/ https://www.instagram.com/simonandmoose Cymone’s Deep Fried Lettering Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwsLDPivUrc ........................................................................................... SPONSORS ........................................................................................... SKILLSHARE X CREATIVE PEP TALK Our first ever online video course is out now on SKILLSHARE! Are you looking for your next big break? Whether you’ve NEVER had a big break in your creative career OR you’re a veteran creative who needs a new big break to reinvent yourself: this class is for you!!! Go to skillshare.com/creativepep to get started!!! SHILLINGTON Study 9 months part-time Graphic Design Boot Camp from anywhere. With Shillington’s online graphic design course, you’ll graduate with a solid understanding of creative problem solving, design theory and software. Create an incredible design portfolio and master how to discuss and sell your work—essential skills for any creative career. LEARN MORE: https://shillo.online/creativepeptalk Baron Fig Tools for Thinkers! For every Confidant sketchbook sold Baron Fig plants a tree! Get 20% off their Idea Toolset (sketchbook + pen + pencase) at baronfig.com by tuning in for your promo code! Jakprints Check out our merch at creativepeptalk.etsy.com - most of which is printed by our wonderful print partner Jakprints.com
57 min
writing class radio
writing class radio
andrea askowitz and allison langer
Brave Listener Gets Hard Edits
We asked you, our listeners, to send in your unfinished essays. We didn’t mean first drafts. We meant those essays you’ve been working on forever that you can’t get to the bottom of. Today on our show, we bring you an unfinished essay by listener Julie Schoelzel, a writer from Keene, New Hampshire. We hope to offer Julie insights into figuring out what she’s come to say and how to finish her essay.  In every class, of every essay, we ask: What is the story about? After several drafts, we hope the narrator can answer this question because every scene and every detail must lead the reader/listener to that conclusion.  Thank you Julie Schoelzel for being brave and sharing your story. Writing Class Radio is co-hosted by Allison Langer (www.allisonlanger.com) and Andrea Askowitz (www.andreaaskowitz.com). This episode of Writing Class Radio is produced by Virginia Lora, Andrea Askowitz and Allison Langer. Mia Pennekamp is our media specialist. Theme music is by Amadians.  There’s more writing class on our website (www.writingclassradio.com), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/writingclassradio/), Instagram and Twitter (@wrtgclassradio). If you love the lessons you get on each episode, you can get them ALL in one place--our three-part video series--for $50. Click Video Classes on our website. If you want to be a part of the movement that helps people better understand each other through storytelling, follow us on Patreon. For $10/month Andrea will answer all your publishing questions. For $25/month you can join Allison’s First Draft weekly writers group, where you can write and share your work. Go to www.Patreon.com/writingclassradio.
21 min
Novel Pairings
Novel Pairings
Novel Pairings
45. 84 Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff and charming books for devoted bibliophiles
Today Chelsey and Sara are discussing 84 Charing Cross Road by Helen Hanff, the ultimate comfort read for bibliophiles. Chelsey can’t believe she hadn’t read it sooner, and Sara revels in her rereading experience. We cover everything from the epistolary form to Helene’s unique reading habits to the satisfaction of a bittersweet ending. Plus, as always, we’re recommending six contemporary books to pair with our classic, with a mix of charming memoir and plucky historical fiction. Follow Novel Pairings on Instagram or Twitter. Use our Libro.fm affiliate code NOVELPAIRINGS to get an audiobook subscription and support independent bookstores. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get updates and behind-the-scenes info. Skip to the pairings with this timestamp: [30:05] Shop the pairings with our affiliate links below: Chelsey’s Pairings: Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks: A Librarian’s Love Letters and Breakup Notes to the Books in Her Life by Annie Spence (Amazon) Dear Mrs. Bird by A.J. Pearce (Amazon) Dinner with Edward: An Unexpected Friendship by Isabel Vincent (Amazon) Sara’s Pairings: Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows (Amazon) Ex Libris: 100+ Books to Read and Reread by Michiko Kakutani (Amazon) My Autobiography of Carson McCullers by Jenn Shapland (Amazon) Picks of the week: The Repair Shop (Netflix) The Crown (Netflix)
57 min
The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
Kelton Reid
How NY Times Bestselling Author Craig Johnson Writes
#PodcastersForJustice The award-winning mystery writer and popular crime novelist, Craig Johnson, spoke with me about his long-running Longmire series, shotgun self-realization, and how to write good books. "How am I ever gonna get seen? Write good books." — Craig Johnson Craig is the New York Times bestselling author of the Longmire mysteries, the bedrock of the hit Netflix series of the same name. His latest novel is the 16th Sheriff Walt Longmire murder mystery, Next to Last Stand, a story that centers around Custer’s Last Fight, one of the most viewed paintings in American history. "Custer's Last Fight was copied and distributed by Anheuser-Busch at a rate of over two million copies a year and destroyed in a fire at the 7th Cavalry Headquarters in Fort Bliss, Texas, in 1946 . . . Or was it?" In a starred review, Library Journal said of the book, "... Johnson lightens the atmosphere in this complex, thought-provoking mystery that highlights art and Western history, emphasizing the contrast between Native accounts and white history." Craig is also the recipient of the Western Writers of America Spur Award for fiction, the Mountain & Plains Independent Booksellers Association's Reading the West Book Award for fiction, the Nouvel Observateur Prix du Roman Noir, and the Prix SNCF du Polar. If you’re a fan of The Writer Files, please click subscribe to automatically see new interviews. In this file Craig Johnson and I discussed: * Why he chose to feature veterans in his latest book * The wisdom behind "Choose a job you love..." * How to host a virtual book tour event * His special relationship with the cast and crew of the Longmire TV series * And more! Show Notes: * CraigAllenJohnson.com * Next to Last Stand: A Longmire Mystery by Craig Johnson [Amazon] * Craig Johnson Amazon author page * Tinderbox: Soldier of Indira by Lou Diamond Phillips [Amazon] * Craig Johnson on FaceBook * Craig Johnson on Instagram * Craig Johnson on Twitter * Kelton Reid on Twitter
27 min
Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood
Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood
Conversations about the business of art, inside the artist studio, and plei
Office Hours with Antrese and Elisia Keown
How do you feel heading into 2021? Do you feel like you just need the clock to strike 12:01 am on January 1st, 2021 before you can even begin to hope for anything good? This has been a tough year, to say the least. But what if there was a way to acknowledge the struggle without letting it bog you down and rob you of your fun, joy, and passion for your art? As I’ve grown and developed professionally over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to learn from and alongside some amazing people like my good friend, Elisia Keown. I get the chance to chat with Elisia several times a week as we both continue to develop and grow in our respective professions and I wanted to invite you all along for one of our conversations. Pay close attention, Elisia has some helpful insights that I know you’ll find useful, don’t miss it! Setting impossible goals What comes to mind when you hear, “Impossible goals.” Does it sound like a recipe for failure for you? When was the last time you set an ambitious goal? Here is the thing when it comes to goal setting, most people are terrible at it! We use excuses like New Year's resolutions to make half-hearted attempts at change but many of us find ourselves right back where we started. How do you make this time different from every other time you’ve tried and received lackluster results? You’ve got to aim higher. Yes, an impossible goal should scare you and make you a little panicky, that’s the point! Talk to yourself! Do you need permission to talk to yourself? Seriously! It sounds crazy but I promise - it’s not! Our brains are designed to make sense out of complex experiences, thoughts, and encounters - talking it out helps. Whether you write in a journal or talk out loud - I encourage you to give it a try - without feeling self conscious! Have tried this before? What was your experience like? Make sure to join the conversation, I want to hear from you! Thinking of failure as an opportunity I used to hate failure. I’d take it personally, like I’d done something wrong - or worse like there was something wrong with ME. Do you ever feel that way when it comes to failure? Instead of constantly telling and teaching myself to do everything possible to avoid failure, I decided to embrace it. What if the failure was less of a punishment and more of an opportunity to learn and grow? In my conversation with Elisia, I even compare my failures these days to coins that Mario collects in Mario brothers! Outline of This Episode * [1:00] Elisia talks about how we met. * [2:30] The value of setting an impossible goal. * [6:30] Don’t be afraid to talk to yourself! * [10:30] Sorting your thoughts and using a journal. * [18:00] Looking ahead. * [26:00] Setting yourself up for success. * [28:30] Thinking of failure as a learning step. * [38:00] Daily lessons and small tasks. * [41:00] What do you do with the negative thoughts that pop up? * [45:00] Finding your voice and listening to it. * [47:00] Closing thoughts. *
49 min
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