Arts & Culture

DJ(s): Fred Posine, Romain Lorentz & Adrien Carretero. Guest(s): Alya Pender & Stephane Cattelin Theme: Minnesota Acceuil & Mai 68


On May 22nd, Liz talks with John Copenhaver about his new book Dodging and Burning: A Mystery.  His short fiction has appeared in Glitterwolf Magazine, Roanoke Review, and Gaslight, the Lambda Emerging Voices Anthology. He won the 2015 Larry Neal Writers’ award for short fiction, and was first runner-up in the F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Contest and the Narrative Magazine Winter Story Contest. He lives in Washington, D.C.

Fun covers, new releases & live music from Annie Fitzgerald!

*New Releases

**Womenfolk Theme Song

Today's show featured an interview with Liz Johnson and Mela Amara, the co-owners of Magus Books. I asked the ladies to come in to the studio today to help me talk about the intersection of music and magic. They validated my constant claim that magic is all about self evolution and that music is an aid to get you to it and through it. Magus Books 1848 Central Ave NE Mpls, MN.

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Cedric Red Feather is a Turtle Priest for the Mandan Nation and written the only official book that documents their history & ceremonies.

Cedric Red Feather is of Mandan descent and tribally enrolled at the Ft. Berthold Reserve in North Dakota. He is a Nueta Waxikena, a Mandan Turtle Priest. This means that, by birth order, it is his responsibility to transmit the stories, songs and prophecies to the next generation of Waxikenas. A Purple Heart Combat Wounded Vietnam Veteran, he has been awarded six other medals for active duty. Cedric is an Okipa Maker and member of the Blackmouth Soldier Society and Red Feather Society.

Villains on Parade