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Heathen Talk Network - Home of Heathen Talk and SHEathenry!
Heathen Talk Network features podcasts that explore modern issues that are important to Heathens around the world. Our shows are a mix of panel discussions, guest hosts, and original Heathen music.
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Most Recent Episode
SHEathenry S1E6: Homesteading
May 15, 2017
This week we talk to Jenna Woginrich of Cold Antler Farm about her experiences as a homesteader. Jenna is also the author of several books including Barnheart, Made from Scratch, and One Woman Farm.
If you like what you’ve heard maybe you should read Sheathenry, Volume I: Ritual Practices of Modern Heathen Women.
Episodes of This Show
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Mar 18, 2017
Rated 4 out of
Great beginnings, and good for beginners!
I am new to Heathenry, and have searched far and wide for educated opinions to aid me in my search. Every episode, the hosts have proven to be more thoughtful and more articulate than they were in their last episode. They are covering issues and delivering perspectives that I need to hear this early in my spiritual exploration. I'm getting used to the feeling of being wrong all the time ;)
I do have a couple of suggestions, firstly, the show could use a little more love on the audio side. The levels of the hosts are all over the place. This is really rough if you are listening in the car or in a noisy environment. Lauren comes through clear as a bell but the others are sometimes inaudible. I wind up adjusting my volume with every new speaker sometimes, which results in me missing commentary that is important for me to hear.
Also, I'd like to suggest scripting out an agenda for the show, if you do this already, maybe script in some main points in a more logical order. Often times I'm listening intently to some topic being discussed, desperate for a simple definition of a term that is foreign to me, but the definition is buried in a digression 5 minutes into the discussion. Putting the basics right at the top of the topic would be great for us noobs. Definition, example in action, relevance, open discussion. An order like that, repeated for every topic, in addition to the audio level normalization and some line noise reduction would turn this show up to 11 for me.
Thank you so much for doing what you do. I can't express how much this show means to me right now. I produce a few podcasts myself and I know how much work goes into something like this, so thank you, thank you, thank you.
Date published: 2015-10-01