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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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One Year Later: Three Hallmarks of The Palmer Files

From the desk of Agent Palmer

It occurred to me recently that I don’t take a good look at my personal growth often enough. Sure, I’ve recapped my year-long content experiment, a week of guest hosting on four different shows in five days, and I made a big deal about the 300th post of agentpalmer.com.

Well, now it’s time to look back at one year of The Palmer Files and what I’ve learned from a year of running my own podcast.

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Reasons Are Several returns like a phoenix as Reasons Are Debatable

Reasons Are Debatable Podcast Review Agent Palmer

Guess who’s back? Back again. RAD is back, tell a friend.

Reasons Are Several is back, now under the rebranded guise of Reasons Are Debatable, and though the format is different, the heart of the show remains. Podcasts are nothing without personalities and for this show that was never debatable, especially when the last co-host seat change was made. With Matt and Neil, you knew what you were in for during their run of Reasons Are Several and, well, you already have a good idea of what to expect from Reasons Are Debatable if you listened to its predecessor.

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Six Transcendent Quotes from my Podcast Queue in 2019

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Since 2015 I have been sharing with you some of the collected quotes I’ve heard from my podcast queue throughout the year.

This year is no different, except that it is. There are far fewer quotes that I have collected this year, and that could be because of where my head has been. 2019 was not a year for my status quo, it was a year that was in constant flux.

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For Your Favorite Indie Podcast: Remain Indie or Go Mainstream

For Your Favorite Indie Podcast Remain Indie or Go Mainstream

A while ago I asked a Twitter Poll question “Your favorite indie #podcast can either remain indie and more or less remain as it is or go mainstream and potentially be vastly different… You want it to Remain indie or Go mainstream?”

That the results were so close, with 51% saying they would want their favorite podcast to “Go mainstream” is extremely surprising… Or is it?

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