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60 minutes | Sep 20, 2020
Victoria Adams, author: Redefining Job and the Conundrum of Suffering - Creative Coasts - Episode 14
In Episode 14, we talk with Victoria Adams, author of Redefining Job and the Conundrum of Suffering. In her book Victoria covers attitudes toward suffering from the ancient Greek and Persian civilizations, through pre-Renaissance scholars, the Eighteenth Century Enlightenment, and on through our own contemporary time. She covers fictional works in addition to straight prose to tease out practical responses we might have in light of the horrible things happening today. Victoria also shares some of her other writings and what she's working on next.
62 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
Educators Using Distance Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic - Creative Coasts - Episode 13
Episode 13 looks at education during the Covid-19 outbreak. This episode includes three mini-interviews with educators facing the challenge of teaching during this time of social distancing. We hope you'll enjoy our talk with pre-K teacher Josh Rodgers (1:20), eighth grade history teacher Brian Kornow (15:46), and college music instructor Josh Workman (40:45) as they share with us how they've adapted their teaching to meet the demands of a world reshaped by Covid-19.
48 minutes | Jan 18, 2020
Scott Brookman - Song Writer - Creative Coasts - Episode 12
Scott Brookman has been writing and recording tuneful pop songs since the mid-80’s. Music from one of his CDs was used extensively in the PBS Kids show, Dragonfly TV. He also wrote an original song used in the film Golfballs. In this episode, Ginger and Scott discuss the ideas behind his music.
53 minutes | Oct 18, 2019
Amelia Empson - Song Writer - Creative Coasts - Episode 11
Amelia Empson is a musician, guitarist, and song writer. She performs solo and in a band before live audiences, and will be releasing her first album in December 2019. Amelia is a deep thinker who also draws inspiration from being close to nature on long walks and with her creative friends. In this episode, in addition to revealing the ideas behind her songs, Amelia performs a sampling from her repertoire of original works.
46 minutes | Sep 6, 2019
Lucinda Jackson - Writer - Creative Coasts - Episode 10
Lucinda Jackson is a successful scientist and corporate executive who has weathered and overcome cultural and deliberate bias against women in STEM fields. In Episode 10 we talk with Lucinda about her book Just A Girl, Growing Up Female and Ambitious, which is a compelling account of her first hand experiences with abusive behavior in business and society. More than just calling out unjustifiable wrongs, Lucinda offers a solution in the form of boys’ and men’s liberation (BAML), an approach to free everyone from social role stereotypes and to lead fuller lives.
48 minutes | Jul 19, 2019
Phil Diffenderfer - Technologist - Creative Coasts - Episode 9
Philip Diffenderfer is a developer who works on web applications, mobile apps, and interactives with game components, and by night works on woodworking, woodburning, his own business doing web, game, and mobile development, and has a life goal of recreating the Hobbit Hole Bag End.
55 minutes | Jun 3, 2019
Charlie Wells - Writer - Creative Coasts - Episode 8
Charlie Wells is a writer of dramatic horror. In this episode, we talk with Charlie about the production of his title “Keep Your Eyes on the Road” that was produced on the The NoSleep Podcast. Charlie and Mark also informally perform a very small bit of one of Charlie's unpublished works. Settle in for an entertaining episode that includes advice to writers working to publish in this genre.
55 minutes | May 12, 2019
Vijay-Kumar Solanki - Musician and Educator - Creative Coasts - Episode 7
Vijay-Kumar Solanki is an accomplished musician and educator in western Maryland US. With a holistic approach to audio/video production and eLearning development, he has several instructive videos on YouTube and coaches students in music and its production. In Episode 7 we talk with Vijay about his approaches to both music and education.
59 minutes | Apr 14, 2019
Christina Springer - Multimedia Artist - Creative Coasts - Episode 6
Christina Springer is a multi-talented artist and advocate, who works in several different artistic media, including painting, video production, and writing. In this episode, Christina shared with us the background behind her works including Futuristic Relics & Motherboards Sacred.
56 minutes | Mar 24, 2019
Lulú De Panbehchi - Photographist - Creative Coasts - Episode 5
Lulú is a photographist, Spanish professor, and as she shared with us in Episode 5, an iphonographer. Lulú works and experiments extensively with iPhone photography apps, and uses this medium to create impressive art.
44 minutes | Mar 10, 2019
Laura Ellen Scott - New Royal mystery novel trilogy - Creative Coasts - Episode 4
In Episode 4, we talk with Laura Ellen Scott about the best approaches to writing, and her New Royal mystery novel trilogy. The author also reads a portion of one of her works.
29 minutes | Feb 24, 2019
Glenn Mossy, on the maker movement - Creative Coasts - Episode 3
In Episode 3, we talk with Glenn about making, his maker creations, and how you can become involved in this creative activity.
39 minutes | Feb 8, 2019
Jonathan Harper - "Daydreamers" - Creative Coasts - Episode 2
In Episode 2, we talk with Jonathan about his book of short stories: “Daydreamers.”
39 minutes | Jan 27, 2019
Peter Cashwell, "Along Those Lines" - Creative Coasts - Episode 1
In Episode 1, we talk with Peter Cashwell about his book "Along Those Lines."
6 minutes | Jan 13, 2019
Introduction - Creative Coasts - Episode 0
An introduction to the Creative Coasts podcast. Mark and Pye describe how future CC podcast episodes will introduce you to creatives of all kinds and their works.
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