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The Interdisciplinary Work of Lyss Warmland.

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Check out my conversation with Noelle Bailey!

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We talk about:
– Noelle’s cooking career
Let’s Talk Books and their book clubs
– Why book clubs are so important
– What is means to “find [your] people”
NaNoWriMo
– the novel Noelle is currently co-authoring
– What Noelle loves about creative writing
– How all the things Noelle does keeps her well

Book List (as mentioned in the episode)

Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy by Douglas Adams
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The Chai Factor by Farrah Heron
Motherhood by Sheila Heti
Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman
Disclaimer by Renne Knight
The Very Marrow of our Bones by Christine Higgdon
Homes by Abu Bakar Al-Rabeeah and Winnie Yeung
Dark Lover by J.R. Ward

 

 

 

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Check out my conversation with Jenny Whyte!

Jenny Whyte

We talk about:
– The work she does around strategic foresight and innovation
– human-centred design
– how empathy and communication make change
– restorative justice and call-out culture
– working with the topic of climate change
– how Jenny’s work keeps her well

and more!

 

Check out my conversation with Katie Hoogandam!

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We talk about:
– her writing, including her chapbook, “Mothertongue” (to get a copy, email Katie at khoogendam@gmail.com or pick it up at The Black Cat Cafe or Let’s Talk Books
– Katie’s old radio show on Northumberland 89.7
– her play, “Plan X“, which is featured in Spirit of the Hills Festival of the Arts 2019!
– motherhood, sexuality, staying well

and more!

Featured Tunes by:
Northern Hearts
David Newland
Breathe Owl Breathe
Modest Mouse

Check out my conversation with  few of the other people involved in Take Back the Night: Port Hope, Avril Ewing, Maggie Robbins, and Sarah Kennedy (with contributions from Meghan Sheffield and Ashley Bouman).

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We talk about:

Our event this year
– What each of us think about the choices the Port Hope committee makes compared to the choices other groups make for Take Back the Night events (ie. the way we chose to involve men, not blocking off the streets, not involving police, choosing to celebrate coming together and not just to address the heavy vibes etc)
– What the theme “building community, building hope” means to us
– Why we’re each involved
– Why being involved in this event keeps us well

and more!

If you’re wondering about the stats I sourced:

    • 7 in 10 people who experience family violence are women and girls.32
    • Women are about four times as likely as men to be victims of intimate partner homicide.33
    • Women were 10 times more likely than men to be the victim of a police-reported sexual assault in 2008.3
    • Women are twice as likely as men to be victims of family violence.38
    • Women who experience spousal violence are more likely to endure extreme forms assault including choking, beating, being threatened with a knife or gun, and sexual violence.39
    • About 80% of victims of dating violence are women.40
    • Girls are 1.5 times more likely than boys to experience violence at home.41

Featured Tunes by:
The Muffs
Helaa
Hailiah
Sarah Tohnin

Check out my interview with Matt and Kate! They’re starring in a play called “Stage Kiss” being produced by Northumberland Players.

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We talk all about:
– The show itself
– About Northumberland Players and how they each got involved
– How they each got into theatre
– The creative team behind the production
– Why community theatre is important
– How their involvement in community theatre keeps them well

Featured Tunes by:
Avem
Cobra and the Daggers
Sixpence None the Richer
The Unlovables

Check out my conversation with Joshua Noiseux!

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We talk all about Josh’s work in academia and the feels we feel when it comes to climate change.

Resources from Josh:
The Poison Pill (for me at least):
http://www.catherineingram.com/facingextinction/

Books:
Mourning Nature: Hope at the Heart of Ecological Loss and Grief
https://www.mqup.ca/mourning-nature-products-9780773549340.php
Learning to Die in the Anthropocene: Reflections on the End of a Civilization
http://www.citylights.com/book/?GCOI=87286100064510
Active Hope: How to face the mess we’re in without going crazy
https://www.activehope.info/

Featured Tunes:
Time to Build by Beastie Boys
Glass City by War on Women
Voice of Strength by Ecostrike
Cop Just Out of Frame by Propagandhi

Check out my conversation with Holly Barclay!

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We chat about:

  • Why Holly chose to become a librarian and archivist
  • What the process of becoming a librarian and archivist has been like
  • How Ford’s government has impacted libraries in Ontario
  • Working with plants
  • Holly’s favourite bee facts
  • Navigating pregnancy and childbirth as a feminist in a rural area
  • Becoming a mother- and the identity shift associated with it
  • Care work, emotional labour, and asking for what we need
  • How Holly’s work keeps her well
  • and more!

Featured Tunes:
At the Library by Green Day
Lions and Tigers by Sleater Kinney
Prelude No. 7 of Book 1 (Debussy) by Daniel Weirsma
Braille by Regina Spektor