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“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.” The stars have been thinking about Shakespeare a lot lately and wishing you would read more of him.

There are three people in JulieD’s collective.

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  1. Perpetual feast 3

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  2. Perpetual Feast 2

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  3. A Perpetual Feast 1

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  4. Close Reads: P.G. Wodehouse’s The Aunt and the Sluggard

    Close Reads is a new book club podcast from the CiRCE Institute Podcast Network featuring Angelina Stanford and Tim McIntosh, who join host, David Kern, to discuss Great Books and the authors who create them.

    Here in episode 3 they discuss P.G. Wodehouse’s wonderful short story, The Aunt and the Sluggard.

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  5. Close Reads: A Good Man is Hard to Find

    Close Reads is a new book club podcast from the CiRCE Institute Podcast Network featuring Angelina Stanford and Tim McIntosh, who join host, David Kern, to discuss Great Books and the authors who create them.

    In episdoe one they discuss Flannery O’Connor’s famous short story, "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" (with a brief aside on the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen).

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  6. Monday Morning Memo: On the Horizon - August 1, 2011: If History, Indeed, Repeats Itself

    “Me” and “We” are equal-but-opposite attractions that pull our perspective one way, then the other. Western society swings like a pendulum from one set of values to the other every 40 years with the regularity of an old and reliable grandfather clock.

    “Me” and “We” values are equally good, but we always take a good thing too far.

    If history is to be our guide, the next 20 years will be when we move from our agreement of mutual brokenness, “I’m Not Okay – You’re Not Okay,” to embrace a self-righteous indignation, “I’m Okay – You’re Not Okay.” …

    Read it, listen to it, or download it. http://www.mondaymorningmemo.com/newsletters/read/1937

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  7. Tales from the Archives — Three: The Astonishing Amulet of Amenartas

    Agent Heathcliff Durham finds himself crisscrossing Africa, looking for an Amulet that could spell disaster for any who come near it. Battling blistering heat, starvation, wild animals, and despair, he is not comforted by the company of a rough and ready sort named Morrison. Soon Durham begins to suspect he may never return home—and to top it all off the tea has almost run out. Written and narrated by Nathan Lowell

    The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences is a brilliant story concept for a podcast. To publicize their upcoming book, Phoenix Rising, Phillipa Ballentine and Tee Morris have invited authors and podcasters to tell their own original steampunk stories. (http://www.ministryofpeculiaroccurrences.com/)

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  8. The Moth: Audrey Pleasant: Lil’ Mama

    A wallflower teaches herself the slide and ends up in the spotlight. A gloriously told story.

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  9. A History of Oil, Episode 2 - Oil Creek

    The age of oil blows wide open, as “Colonel” E.L. Drake drills the first well and the first oil glut. (http://historyofoil.typepad.com/)

    Featured on Forgotten Classics, episode 152. (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com/)

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  10. A History of Oil, Episode 1 - The Beginning of the Beginning

    From New Orleans to the Pennsylvania Rock Oil Company, the age of oil is about to blow wide open. (http://historyofoil.typepad.com/)

    Featured on Forgotten Classics, episode 152. (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com/)

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