|Episode 34: And We're Back!|
|Written by Brendan Myers|
|Wednesday, 23 November 2011 17:25|
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A very hearty Good Afternoon to everyone!
After an almost four month break, we are happy to be back. In this episode, we bring you two "field recordings" made at Kaleidoscope Gathering 2011.
The first is with Polly Lind, who tells us what the pagan community is like in New Zealand, and talks about her Masters' research into the history of the pagan publishing industry.
The second is with Diane Mist Jefferies, a local personality who describes what it's like to be pagan with a disability that keeps her in a wheelchair most of the time.
There are a few more field recordings like these in our warehouse, which will appear in future episodes.
As most of you know, Juniper and Brendan have had a lot of stress in their lives in the last six months. Juniper's job keeps her busy most evenings and weekends, which makes it hard for her to get to work on the show. Brendan spent most of the summer at Raven's Knoll, got busy with several new writing projects (including finishing his novel!) and, although he might not like to admit it, he got sucked into Fable III and Skyrim for a while. And both of us had to find new places to live.
We apologise to everyone for making you wait so long, and we thank you for your patience, compassion, and understanding. We're still committed to the show, and we'll get back to doing regular episodes with most of our regular features starting in early 2012.
In the meanwhile, Brendan would like to tell you about his next book: "Circles of Meaning, Labyrinths of Fear" - which describes how the most sacred things in the world are our relationships; why our lives are so full of fear; and what our sacred relations would look like if they were not so constantly controlled by fear. It will be released in March of 2012, and more info will come available as the day draws nearer.
Thanks for listening, and have a great day!
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