We speak with Karen Thompson Walker, author of The Age of Miracles, who graduated from the Columbia MFA program. She is a recvipient of the 2011 Sirenland Fellowship and is a former editor at Simon and Schuster. Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews and Library Journal all gave The Age of Miracles starred reviews. The novel depicts what might happen should the Earth's rotation begin to slow.
In cultural anthropology, a rite of passage, or “liminal phase,” marks the transition where normal limits to thought, self-understanding, and behavior are relaxed, leading one to new perspectives. Once an anthropology student himself, Adam Levy, (The Honeydogs, Hookers $ Blow, Bunny Clogs) founded Liminal Phase to combine old and new sounds with electronic and acoustic instrumentation. The band weaves avant-garde tonalities and melodic ideas into improvised soundscapes that touch on jazz, psychedelia and West African syncopation. Liminal Phase features Adam Levy on guitars; DeVon Gray (Heiruspecs) on bassoon, flute and keys; Lisa Hirst-Carnes on oboe and harmonium; Joey Van Phillips (Mystery Palace, Dessa, Gayngs) on drums; and Dan Zamzow (Cloud Cult, Deep Soul Deities) on cello; with DJ Nathan Brende adding diverse electronic textures.
Living Ecstasy is about Waking Up with humor and with Love.
Living Ecstasy is not a “get-happy-in-10-easy-steps” type of book. Living Ecstasy assumes that you are not broken or needy. You do not lack anything.
Kinshasha’s conversation with Satyen Raja is a beautiful conversation about living our lives in peace and joy.
Living Ecstasy is designed to be an invitation and a challenge. Ignite your deepest passion and claim your birthright! Do not wait another moment to give your Love and Freedom, and to feel the full expression of Life.
Satyen’s deepest purpose for living is to make it possible for others to Awaken in a way that is real, practical and sustainable. He is the President and founder of WarriorSage, one of the leading spiritual growth organizations in the world.
“Creating Theater” – The Deadbeats Theater cast and crew discuss their latest work “Last of the Red Hot Flops”, which is part of the 2012 MN Fringe Festival. The team talks about how the play has been developed into its final form, from writing and refining an original script, to defining characters, to adding music and choreography, to final production.