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This is Thresholds: a series of conversations with writers about experiences that completely turned them upside down, disoriented them in their lives, changed them, and changed how and why they wanted to write. Hosted by Jordan Kisner, author of the essay collection THIN PLACES. Thresholds is a Lit Hub Radio podcast. www.thisisthresholds.com
 
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Threshold is a public radio show and podcast that tackles one pressing environmental issue each season. We report the story where it's happening through a range of voices and perspectives. Our goal is to be a home for nuanced journalism about human relationships with the natural world. www.thresholdpodcast.org Season 1 | "Oh Give Me a Home" Can we ever have wild, free-roaming bison again? Season 2 | "Cold Comfort" Climate change in the Arctic through the eyes of people who live there. Season ...
 
'Crossing The Threshold' captures the visions and dreams of diverse thinkers from across the educational landscape. Join Max & Nikki from The Visionaries in conversation with a different guest each episode as we share ideas for how to harness education to better support young people and create a healthy society. Our discussions meander through the 'youth-scape' covering topics such as; navigating change, emotional wellbeing, relationships, social and environmental justice, education reform, ...
 
We are a group of people who want to learn more about God in ways which are relevant to today's society and lifestyles. We hope to be accessible to all, whether you have never been to church before or haven't been since a child, whether you have a busy lifestyle or a more relaxed one. On Sunday mornings we meet in a secondary school complex to worship, have fellowship and receive inspiring teaching. Age appropriate activities and teaching are available for babies, toddlers, children (TKs) an ...
 
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McBain does the intro song AND the intro. Jeff’s fired up for Masques block constructed. Quinn’s got the whole week before Eternal Weekend off, so he can practice hard for that 0-3 drop. And the cast is joined by PNW Legacy fixture, Jeremy Edwards to talk Legacy in paper, Puget Sound Battleground, and the art of building (and playing) Battlebox.1:0…
 
In this episode, Gretchen Felker-Martin joins us to talk about her gritty post-Apocalyptic trans novel Manhunt (spoiler free) and how an idea becomes a traditionally published book. We talk about the myth of overnight success, how much money novelists actually make (it is not much), the writing process, agents, research, and dealing with controvers…
 
Just some time with Van Halen and the man David Lee Roth, as he gives his take on retiring. Played music by V Thanks for tuning in to our live broadcast of the Maximum Threshold Radio Show and also thanks for downloading this episode. It means a lot to us for you support. If you subscribe on iTunes please rate us with 5 stars and please leave a com…
 
Jordan sits down to a wild, funny, moving conversation with violinist, composer, Bad Seed, and author of Nina Simone's Gum Warren Ellis. It's an honest examination of where Warren's new book came from, how he learned how to write it, and why the potato is the miracle of the tuber world. Warren Ellis is an Australian multi-instrumentalist and compos…
 
Jordan talks to the incomparable Rita Dove about discovery, about taking a break from creating and publishing, and about re-learning to hold a pen again after her MS diagnosis. Rita Dove, Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S. Poet Laureate, is the only poet honored with both the National Humanities Medal and the National Medal of Arts. Her recent w…
 
Quinn wasn’t listening when McBain was introducing That’s Gas. McBain doesn’t know what "namesake" means. Jeff’s the losingest member of the Canadian Threshold at the first maybe annual, maybe semi-annual, maybe never, maybe when we feel like it Canadian Threshold Invitational. The guys celebrate the return to paper Legacy play in Vancouver.2:25 In…
 
Here is a just an hour of rocking out with you. Played the new A Killers Confession track "Tell Your Soul" featuring Chad Gray, and some classic hard rock and metals music. Also played the Rock n Metal News segment as well. Talked about Triumph's documentary, TSO tour schedule for 2021 and Vultan. Played music by Motorhead (Fire, Fire), Nitro (Uran…
 
Sanaë Lemoine tells Jordan about the moment she learned her father had a second family and the ways that that reveal changed her life, her family, her relationship to secrets -- and helped inspire The Margot Affair. Sanaë Lemoine was born in Paris to a Japanese mother and French father, and raised in France and Australia. She earned her undergradua…
 
Whenever a critic complains about the ubiquity or the creative emptiness of superhero narratives in contemporary pop culture, fans argue back that mass entertainment is just the modern incarnation of our rich cultural heritage: superheroes are mythology, and fandom is folklore. Is this true, or is this a way to flatten the complexities of tradition…
 
Jordan talks to Andrew Martin about a trip to Montana in the midst of a tumultuous year, putting on a persona for writing, and how the two combined to change the way he tells stories. Andrew Martin's most recent book is a story collection entitled Cool for America. His first novel Early Work was a New York Times Notable Book of 2018 and a finalist …
 
Jordan chats with writer and critic Rebecca Carroll about the tricky nature of writing memoir, being the mother of a Black son, and about the power of being the one to tell the story. Rebecca Carroll is a writer, creative consultant, editor-at-large, and host of the podcast Come Through with Rebecca Carroll: 15 Essential Conversations about Race in…
 
Jordan talks to Maggie Nelson about hope, about hitting one's threshold, and about trying to respond to current events in On Freedom without dating the text. Maggie Nelson is the author of several books of poetry and prose, most recently On Freedom. She's also the author of the New York Times bestseller and National Book Critics Circle Award winner…
 
Jeff’s making plays so big brained, they’re tiny brain. Quinn’s storming isn’t even epic, let alone EPIC. McBain’s away on the Sunshine Coast (#TheNumber1LegacySlashGeographyPodcast), so his large adult children have free reign. If you joined us because of XJCloud last episode and are stoked for more high end strategy from a great Magic mind… you’r…
 
Artists have always been under pressure to create work that embodies proper morals. In the old days, if art didn’t honor the Church and glorify the state, the artist could be imprisoned, tortured and killed. Even today, pop cultural critique focuses largely on a work’s ability to impart appropriate social values: Is Black Widow feminist enough? Wha…
 
Jordan talks to author Alexandra Kleeman about the threshold of the natural and the man-made, about how we are and will continue to consistently cross that threshold back and forth, and about how cognitive science influenced her new book. Alexandra Kleeman is the author of Something New Under the Sun as well as Intimations: Stories and the novel Yo…
 
Here is a just an hour of rocking out with you. Played the new A Killers Confession track "Tell Your Soul" and some classic hard rock and metals music. Also played the Rock n Metal News segment as well. Talked about Triumph's documentary, TSO tour schedule for 2021 and Vultan. Played music by Motorhead (Fire, Fire), Nitro (Uranium), Vultan (Not the…
 
Jordan talks to journalist Lauren Sandler about how close you can or should get to your subjects, about who gets to write what and why, and about the driving forces behind the stories that intrigue her. Lauren Sandler is an award-winning journalist and author based in Brooklyn. Her most recent book is the bestselling This Is All I Got: A New Mother…
 
Jeff’s in the market for two Gilded Drakes and a Crusading Knight now. McBain has a couple points to add. Quinn loves Painter, but apparently hates Bob Ross. And the cast is joined by D&T master, John Ryan Hamilton aka xJCloud!1:14 Intro/housekeeping14:58 How’d you get into Legacy?22:35 D&T talk1:09:00 What’s the worst card you’ve ever registered i…
 
Jordan talks to writer Eula Biss about living in the moment of a threshold, about buying a house, about making a career, and about how too much fertile ground for thought can lead to overload. Eula Biss is the author of four books, most recently Having and Being Had. Her book On Immunity was named one of the Ten Best Books of 2014 by the New York T…
 
Here is a just an hour of rocking out with you. Played the new Exodus track and some classic hard rock and metals music. Also played the Rock n Metal News segment as well. Thanks for tuning in to our live broadcast of the Maximum Threshold Radio Show and also thanks for downloading this episode. It means a lot to us for you support. If you subscrib…
 
A story is a type of conversation with the reader. If you don’t leave room for the reader to speak, you’re a terrible conversationalist. This room, this essential emptiness, is called negative space. In this episode, we will discuss why the words you don’t write are just as important as the words you do. We are joined by MK Anderson. Links: QualiaR…
 
Jordan talks to Deesha Philyaw about getting out of a bad marriage, learning to embrace life again, and doing it all while putting together a short story collection. Deesha Philyaw’s debut short story collection, The Secret Lives of Church Ladies, won the 2021 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, the 2020/2021 Story Prize, and the 2020 LA Times Book Pri…
 
McBain’s doing his best Mobius and realizing Quinn’s sacred Legacy timeline is too split to restore. The non-variant Jeff is still out there somewhere refreshing MTG Salvation’s D&T thread. The guys talk Magic burn out and reigniting the Legacy fire (honestly can’t believe we didn’t say “Legacy spark” jeez).2:20 Intro/housekeeping10:59 Burn out and…
 
In this special episode, we feature one of the many podcasts we love. New Hampshire Public Radio’s Outside/In is a show about the natural world and how we use it. In the coming decades, the scale of migration linked to climate change could be dizzying. This episode, “Climate Migration,” tackles a pair of listener-submitted questions: ​​if you’re wo…
 
While you wait for the next episoe of Thresholds, we wanted to share a preview of a new podcast from our friends over at Wondery. Looking for a new podcast that's like Olivia Pope meets your favorite Ryan Murphy show? Or do you just love a good scandal? On True Love, a new fiction podcast from Wondery, you'll hear stories of scandalous flings, secr…
 
Jordan talks to Nadia Owusu, author of Aftershocks: A Memoir, about the familial revelations that inspired the book, about her journey through (and reclamation of) madness, and about coming to embrace the forces that have shaped her life. Nadia Owusu is a Ghanaian and Armenian-American writer and urbanist. Her first book, Aftershocks: A Memoir was …
 
Jeff’s throwing McBain off with last minute notes edits. Quinn’s having Sudden Shock flashbacks (which can thankfully not be flashed back) . McBain’s back in time for us to welcome Lee Hung Nguyen to talk jank, big mana, Seattle Legacy, and building the Magic community!1:50 Intro/housekeeping7:47 Lee’s Magic journey25:07 Jank, Spice, and everything…
 
Genre is safe. Genre is comfortable. Genre tells us, as readers, what to expect. As writers, genre gives us guidelines to follow, which can make it a lot easier to plan a story: put the villain monologue here, put the meet cute there, tragically kill the protagonist’s mentor in this part of the story. But do we rely on genre conventions too much? C…
 
In this episode, Jordan talks to Michelle Orange about her new book, Pure Flame, the archetypal relationship between mothers and daughters, and the politics and perils of being a woman. Michelle Orange is author of Pure Flame (2021) and the essay collection This Is Running for Your Life, which was named a best book of 2013 by The New Yorker. Her wr…
 
In this episode, Jordan talks to Rivka Galchen about the projects she never finishes, how hard it is for her to stay in love with an idea, and how often she throws projects away. They also talk about her most recent novel, Everyone Knows Your Mother Is a Witch, which Galchen says came out in a big “love-affair style rush.” Rivka Galchen is the auth…
 
Jeff’s on the mic singing about the bonkers white card that he can’t even play. Quinn thinks everything is interesting, which is more interesting than thinking everything should be banned. McBain is AWOL. And Dylan Petter joins us to talk about magnets--how do they work?! And by that we mean Miracles (and also some Doomsday).1:25 Intro/housekeeping…
 
Michael headed to M3 Rockfest and caught up with the ol' guys in Kix for this classic interview just for you. Enjoy! Thanks for tuning in to our live broadcast of the Maximum Threshold Radio Show and also thanks for downloading this episode. It means a lot to us for you support. If you subscribe on iTunes please rate us with 5 stars and please leav…
 
Kaveh Akbar’s poems appear in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Paris Review, Best American Poetry, and elsewhere. His second full-length volume of poetry, Pilgrim Bell, will be published by Graywolf in August 2021. His debut, Calling a Wolf a Wolf, is out now with Alice James in the US and Penguin in the UK. He is also the author of the chapbook…
 
Kristen Radtke is the author of the graphic nonfiction books Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness (July 2021), for which she received a 2019 Whiting Creative Nonfiction Grant, and Imagine Wanting Only This (2017) as well as the forthcoming graphic novel Terrible Men, all from Pantheon. She is the art director and deputy publisher of The …
 
Jeff’s atoning for his clock shenanigans by misclicking when he has the win on board. Quinn’s the Ronald Reagan of Legacy. McBain’s exposing Magic Twitter deep fakes. The guys talk the impact of MH2 on the meta and what Jeff’s been up to now that he’s on a D&T break.2:04 Intro/housekeeping12:02 The MH2 meta1:02:15 Jeff’s non D&T adventures1:24:23 T…
 
Jericho Brown is author of the The Tradition (Copper Canyon 2019), for which he won the Pulitzer Prize. He is the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, and the National Endowment for the Arts, and he is the winner of the Whiting Award. Brown’s first book, Please (New Issues 2…
 
Today's episode talked about the upcoming Vultan release due to hit streets on July 8, 2021. With a pre-order date on July 1. Dom talked the album up a bit. Also aired was the Rock n Metal News from Ron. Always grateful for all that he does for us. Thanks for tuning in to our live broadcast of the Maximum Threshold Radio Show and also thanks for do…
 
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore is the author of three novels, two memoirs, and the editor of five nonfiction anthologies. Her novels include So Many Ways to Sleep Badly, Pulling Taffy, and Sketchtasy. Her first memoir, The End of San Francisco, won a Lambda Literary Award. Her recent memoir, The Freezer Door, has been longlisted for the 2021 PEN/Jean …
 
This is The Refuge, Threshold’s Peabody Award-winning third season, originally released in late 2019. A lot has happened that could affect the future of oil and gas drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge since our show came out — so we're re-releasing the season in full, along with an update on where things stand today. ... The question of…
 
This is The Refuge, Threshold’s Peabody Award-winning third season, originally released in late 2019. A lot has happened that could affect the future of oil and gas drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge since our show came out — so we're re-releasing the season in full, along with an update on where things stand today. ... For 40 years, t…
 
This is The Refuge, Threshold’s Peabody Award-winning third season, originally released in late 2019. A lot has happened that could affect the future of oil and gas drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge since our show came out — so we're re-releasing the season in full, along with an update on where things stand today. ... We continue our…
 
This is The Refuge, Threshold’s Peabody Award-winning third season, originally released in late 2019. A lot has happened that could affect the future of oil and gas drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge since our show came out — so we're re-releasing the season in full, along with an update on where things stand today. ... We continue our…
 
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