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33 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
Episode 3 - February 2018, Byanza the pocket gopher, wild first gardens, Facebook reader stories and more
Please consider supporting Bash-O-Bash for a dollar or more a month! Become a patron at patreon.com/bashobash . This episode we pick up at the end of a flu riddled season with an introduction to a Bash-O-Bash character Byanza Almeda, seed catalogs, wildly successful first gardens, stories from our Facebook readers about their granny's gardens, coming face to face with your family's racist history and choosing a different path, and more! Oh, and officially this month we are ditching the goal of a podcast per month, because clearly… But we're going to keep them coming as long as we know you're listening! Give us feedback in iTunes or on our Facebook and Instagram pages!
18 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
Episode 2 - December 2017, Oopsie and Tidy, grief, and decorative trash
Please consider supporting Bash-O-Bash for a dollar or more a month! Become a patron at patreon.com/bashobash . In this month's episode we'll explore two major characters in the series: Tidy and Oopsie. We'll touch grief, overly-enthusiastic parenting, the importance of carving out space for people to be their full selves, and how to hang trash in a tree. Music by The Good Fear
13 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
Episode 1 - Nov. 2017, Introduction, music, clucking
Please consider supporting Bash-O-Bash for a dollar or more a month! Become a patron at patreon.com/bashobash . It's the new Bash-O-Bash podcast! In this episode we introduce ourselves, learn a little about how little we know about trees, and indulge in some meditative chicken listening. Kidding not kidding. Bash-O-Bash is a children's book series in the making, with an emphasis on love of place, heritage, a connection to the land (in Bash-O-Bash stories these will be played out primarily in rural Arkansas, where its creators, the Martin-Moats family live,) and characters who affirm and live out the right to question and explore gender and demonstrate a community where individuals outside gender norms can “just be living their good life,” as one of our fans put it. Also in this episode is the song Uncle Junior by Woods Afire, written by Meredith Martin and performed by Meredith Martin, Rebekah Champagne, Heather Smith, Bryan Brown, Amjad Faur and Bryan Moats.
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