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  • Learn the strategies, tactics, and more for how to be successful as a writer, whether it's fiction or poetry in the new age of the internet. You'll hear advice from writers who have achieved some level of success in film, publishing, writing, and more.

  • Math. Geometry. Physics. Violence? Is this the same book I read in school? Yep.

    One of the joys of rediscovering old books is that they still have the ability to surprise, even shock.

    "If my poor Flatland friend retained the vigour of mind which he enjoyed when he began to compose these Memoirs, I should not now need to represent him in this preface, in which he desires, fully, to return his thanks to his readers and critics in Spaceland ... But he is not the Square he once was. Years of imprisonment, and the still heavier burden of general incredulity and mockery, have combined with the thoughts and notions, and much also of the terminology, which he acquired during his short stay in Spaceland. ..."

    You may remember Flatland as a clever children's story about squares and triangles and such living a happy life in a sheet of paper, a story about math and geometry and such. No, not so much.

    Sure, there's no Adult Language or Sex. But there's plenty of violence. I recall recording one scene wherein over 120,000 people were stabbed to death, torn to pieces and eaten by their fellow Flatlanders. Yes. Way.

    Assuming you consider Isoceles Triangles people. In Flatland, they are. Mostly.

    "Imagine a vast sheet of paper on which straight Lines, Triangles, Squares, Pentagons, Hexagons, and other figures, instead of remaining fixed in their places, move freely about, on or in the surface, but without the power of rising above or sinking below it, very much like shadows--only hard with luminous edges--and you will then have a pretty correct notion of my country and countrymen. Alas, a few years ago, I should have said 'my universe,' but now my mind has been opened to higher views of things. ..."

    Flatland is very old Hard Science Fiction, if you look at it right. It's clever, satirical, funny and sad. It includes well-fleshed-out alien society with similarities to our own, several different alternate universes, genetics, politics, religion, slavery, tyranny, war, rebellion, imprisonment, madness, and death.

    And math. And geometry. And some rather clever Puns. "Written by A. Square?" Also known as Edwin Abbott Abbott. Get it?

    As if the Brothers Grimm had gotten much, much Grimmer.

    "To The Inhabitance of SPACE IN GENERAL, And H.C. IN PARTICULAR, This Work is Dedicated By a Humble Native of Flatland, In the Hope that Even as he was Initiated into the Mysteries Of THREE DIMENSIONS, Having been previously conversant With ONLY TWO, So the Citizens of that Celestial Region May aspire yet higher and higher, To the Secrets of FOUR, FIVE, or EVEN SIX Dimensions, Thereby contributing To the Enlargment of THE IMAGINATION, And the possible Development Of that most and excellent Gift of MODESTY, Among the Superior Races Of SOLID HUMANITY."

    Bring a pencil. And use your imagination. I dare you.

  • クィアにしんにょうは、ちょっとおかしなところのある3人組が、さらに自分たちのおかしさに磨きをかけようと始めた番組です。「クィア(queer)」とは「変な、おかしな」という意味の言葉で、元々は男性の同性愛者に対する差別語として使われていました。1980年代以降、この言葉は異性愛規範をはじめとする性についての「当たり前」と戦いひっくり返そうとする人たちの自称として積極的に使われ始めました。自分たちの中にも、男や女やセックスや民族や国といったことについて、知らないうちに囚われてしまっている規範がある。それを3人で持ち寄って、べらべらおしゃべりして、己の中の偏見を叩き壊して、世間のジョーシキ人を困惑させるような、もっともっと変な存在になろう!というのが私たちのこんたんです。よろしくどうぞ!


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  • Reviewing and discussing live performance including theatre, dance, and performance art in venues ranging from West End theatres to car parks.
    I want to understand what the show means, how did it make me feel, what it makes us think about and WAS IT ANY GOOD!

    Leave me a review and let me know if you would like me to review your show.
    Contact for Press / PR [email protected]

    Subscription is Free and Sponsorship is Welcome.

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  • The Holoholo was created to start a conversation with women + men from Hawaii about their creative pathways and pursuits. With each episode, this podcast connects with artists, filmmakers, musicians, designers and young professionals to look at how their unique upbringing in paradise influences their work. Being from Hawaii ourselves, we know how special it is to call our little islands HOME and how your career and passions in life can sometimes push you to move elsewhere to pursue your dreams. The Holoholo is a way to stay connected with these leaders and taste-makers. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theholoholopodcast/support

  • 東京都美術館x東京藝術大学

  • 心、身体、魂が喜ぶ上質な味わいを届ける株式会社トモエサヴールがお届けするポッドキャスト番組。美味しいお茶やチョコレートから食文化、旅の話まで。まるでトモエサヴール社内の休憩タイムに紛れ込んだような時間を一緒に過ごしてくださいね。


  • We introduce young contemporary artists who are actively working in western and discuss their work.

  • 책 수집가 김리온과 떠나는 책장 어드벤처

  • Le podcast qui fait parler les architectes. Vous trouverez ici des entretiens avec des architectes aux profils très divers, pendant lesquels nous abordons des questions de pratique de l'architecture. Je suis Sheryne GASNIER, je suis architecte et enseignante en école d’architecture. Bienvenue ! J vous souhaite une bonne écoute! Rejoignez nous sur Instagram @cuneo_lepodcast Crédit son @steph1music

  • We believe perspective is the ultimate edge. It opens our minds, it reveals what others don't see. We harness the power of data and reason to turn innovative ideas into economic impact. Because we know that disruption generates opportunity.

  • The art of adaptation has a long history, and it's even got its own award category at the Oscars. But how do your favorite books make it to the screen? How do you break down an inherently internal medium and make it visual, compelling, and vibrant? Hosted by EW Senior Writer Maureen Lenker, SCREEN AFTER READING takes us behind the scenes of some of the year's biggest screen adaptations talking to the people who made them — the cast, the writers, directors, and of course, the novelists themselves.

  • Legends Lookback is the Star Wars Legends podcast brought to you by Youtini.com, the premier site for all things Star Wars books and comics. Every week, Jared, Freddy, and Meg take a dive deep into the extensive backlog of books published to expand the Star Wars universe back when a galaxy far, far away was just beginning. From roundtables on the books you remember from your childhood to obscure stories and characters you may have never heard of, this show will always leave you with another book to (re)read. Check us out online at youtini.com or get exclusive early access to all episodes by joining the Patreon community at patreon.com/youtini.