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Real People/Fake Stories

INTO THE ABISCUIT

Release Date: 04/28/2022

Farm Party At The End Of Time show art Farm Party At The End Of Time

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We are on the farm literally with DJ as he is walking us through some new developments in the world of goating. Then we lose DJ because the internet went out from GA to Asheville and Drew goes straight to talking about what the proper reaction to the unraveling of America may be: Farming or Partying. Can we do both? 

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Spread Joy Not Poison Ivy show art Spread Joy Not Poison Ivy

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We catch up with DJ Lewis to discuss the spread of Joy in our hearts and getting poison ivy on your Jimmy

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How To Be A Farmer show art How To Be A Farmer

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DJ Lewis is a Country Boy Getting DOWN On The Farm. Wanna hear about it? Yuhhhh. You do. 

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HOW TO DO CRIMES show art HOW TO DO CRIMES

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Drew accidentally goes live on YouTube where we devolve into a "how to" for crime. DJ, sensing crimes were being discussed, texts in the middle of the show and joins in unexpectedly and we have a rad time. 

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The Storyteller As An Artist show art The Storyteller As An Artist

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Today Drew is joined by singer songwriter, filmmaker, poet, actor, and storyteller Andi Morrow. We get into a deep discussion on inspiration, what it means to be an artist, and how different mediums can affect the story and the story teller. This is a great episode. We promise.

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Oral Tradition And Plant Magic  show art Oral Tradition And Plant Magic

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Today we are joined by the homie Drew Mason who talks with us about comic books, field guides, and the oral tradition of using story to pass down knowledge. This is a must listen episode.

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Today we are joined by author LA Fields to discuss how she puts real people from history into her fictionalized books. From Oscar Wilde to Abe Lincoln and many more in between, Fields is an expert at mining the historical record for real examples of anecdotes that lend themselves to homoerotica and romance. So do you wanna know how Honest Abe really felt about Walt Whitman, at least from LA's perspective? You know you do. Give us a listen and find L.A. Fields wherever you get books (GoodReads, Lethe Press, Rebel Satori Press) and on socials: author_lafields on Twitter, and la_fields on...

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On The Road Again, Again  show art On The Road Again, Again

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From Chaucer and Swift, to Kerouac and Rebecca Solnit - traveling stories both true and made up have a solid place in Western Literature and culture. Today we are joined by longtime friend of the pod Jennifer Smith as she regals us with not one but two family stories - one of which is about a vacation trip when she was a little girl. She learned a lot about the country, herself, her father, and Waffle House. Come on in and join us.

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Buddha Biscuits: Culture, Story, Religion, and Eastern Traditions. show art Buddha Biscuits: Culture, Story, Religion, and Eastern Traditions.

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We are joined this week by the hosts of Bright on Buddhism Nick Bright and friend of the pod Proven Paradox to discuss storytelling in the Eastern tradition. Stories shape culture, and vice versa. There is no clearer indicator of this reality than the look at the differences in the ways cultures engage with their stories. Check out Bright On Buddhism on spotify. Proven Paradox's RPG Story Shaper System is here - and the INTO THE ABISCUIT discord is here: https://discord.com/invite/5BdM9BUdmm

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A Story of Dying show art A Story of Dying

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Today Nurse Rosie talks with us about working in the medical profession and the profound effect death has on a person - whether you ascribe to the after life or not. I don't wanna give anything away, but this is a dark and special episode. It's full of hope and a great example of storytelling as catharsis.

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Today we are joined by author LA Fields to discuss how she puts real people from history into her fictionalized books. From Oscar Wilde to Abe Lincoln and many more in between, Fields is an expert at mining the historical record for real examples of anecdotes that lend themselves to homoerotica and romance. So do you wanna know how Honest Abe really felt about Walt Whitman, at least from LA's perspective? You know you do. Give us a listen and find L.A. Fields wherever you get books (GoodReads, Lethe Press, Rebel Satori Press) and on socials: author_lafields on Twitter, and la_fields on Instagram.