JeremyCherfas / Eat This Podcast

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  1. Sound Art Meets Poetry Meets Cicadas

    The other day, I dropped off some computer speakers at a friend’s house. She came to the door and I thought to myself right there, in the moment, “I’m a little nervous but I’ll do it.” The “it” was to share the seed of an idea. So, I told her, with trepidation, I’d send her a sound poem about cicadas.

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  2. Carmen Angerer: emergency wedding celebrant | Mike Williams

    Mike reveals a secret interview technique that sets Carmen Angerer off on a nostalgic dip into the snacks of our youth.The conversation is almost derailed when Carmen explains how it’s possible to bake a loaf of bread from vaginal yeast. We cleanse the palate with an investigation into the problematic Nesquik bunny ad from the late ‘90s.Carmen then describes how she was in Bali for a wedding just as the pandemic was breaking, and why the obvious decision to return home was a literal ‘gut decision’. CreditsGuest: Carmen AngererCheck out Carmen’s art on instagram Episode Art: Chris Vernon Music: Mike/Blue Dot Sessions 

    https://www.mikewilliams.com.au/carmen-angerer-emergency-wedding-celebrant-pandemic-coronavirus/

    —Huffduffed by JeremyCherfas

  3. Tore C. Olsson, “Agrarian Crossings: Reformers and the Remaking of the US and Mexican Countryside” (Princeton UP, 2017) | New Books Network

    Tore C. Olsson‘s Agrarian Crossings: Reformers and the Remaking of the US and Mexican Countryside (Princeton University Press, 2017) tells a remarkable and under-appreciated story. It’s about how, in the 1930s and 40s, a group of reformers in the US and in Mexico undertook projects to transform the rural worlds…

    https://newbooksnetwork.com/tore-c-olsson-agrarian-crossings-reformers-and-the-remaking-of-the-us-and-mexican-countryside-princeton-up-2017/

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