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Storytelling is an Undead Art in “The Edge of the World Broadcast”

Storytelling is an Undead Art in The Edge of the World Broadcast

In just under 90 minutes, Season One of The Edge of the World Broadcast, a podcast created by, written, and starring Joel Mengel, will bring you back to a simpler time, when zombies weren’t just a trope, they were great fodder for storytellers to write thrilling and mysterious tales.

So what is it all about? “The End of the world has come and gone and survivor Delsin Moore discovers a still functioning Numbers Station, becoming what could be the last voice going out into the void…”

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The Mandolin Rocks: A Playlist

Mandolin Rocks A Playlist by Agent Palmer

This blog post was written as a response to a podcast, where the mandolin was unfairly and viciously attacked because, well, there was no reason. It was entirely unprovoked and someone needs to stand in and defend the mandolin from Matt’s attacks on Our Liner Notes.

And apparently, I have decided that I am that person. So in defense of the mandolin, here are some tracks that include and even feature the little instrument that could.

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No garbage in “Dr. Space Junk” exploration of modern archaeology

Dr Space Jnk vs The Universe Book Review

In a nutshell, Dr. Space Junk vs The Universe by Alice Gorman tells the very non-linear origin story of Dr. Space Junk herself. Don’t let that narrative twist turn you away. It’s a tale filled not with missteps and mistakes but with the understanding that what you want now may not be what you want later. It’s also quite a philosophy and history book, too.

Let’s start with author Alice Gorman, a space archaeologist who is writing a book with the subtitle “Archaeology and the Future.”

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Camp Cretaceous Season Two Is a Wonderful Expansion of the Jurassic Canon

Camp Cretaceous Season Two Is a Wonderful Expansion of the Jurassic Canon

This series is absolutely a continuation of everything you didn’t realize you wanted from a Jurassic Park /World franchise television serial. And with Season Two of the Netflix exclusive, there are even more obvious nods to the larger franchise, while maintaining a uniqueness that sets it apart from the films.

I wrote about Season One, where I gushed about Camp Cretaceous’s place in the canon, but with the kids alone on the island with the fences down, the dinosaur discoveries are bountiful.

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