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Jennifer Crittenden

@jencrittenden

Podcast: Books Shows Tunes & Mad Acts

San Diego, Mammoth Lakes, Indiana

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  1. Trina Robbins Passes

    We are sad to learn of the passing of writer and cartoonist Trina Robbins this morning. Here is the #podcast we recorded with her in 2022. We think it shows her great spirit and diverse talents. RIP, Trina. #WonderWoman #feminism #cartoon #comics #vintageclothes #clothesdesign
  2. Jack Welch Through Today's Lens

    The #GE news make this #podcast interview with #JackWelch biographer Tom O'Boyle timely again. #management #business #contrarian #book #capitalism
  3. AUTHORS! Here's a chance to promote your books in a beautiful location at the Eastern Sierra Book Festival. July 20, 2024. A one-day celebration of books, reading, and writing. It's free! #author #bookfestival #bookfair #books #writing #publishing Click the link below to find out
  4. The Magic of Debi Derryberry

    Join the charming Debi Derryberry as we explore her long career as a voice-over artist, including voicing Jimmy Neutron, as well as her various projects, such as the recent release of her fourth CD of children's music, Gotta Go Green. Here she generously shares her experiences, g
  5. Plea Bargains with Prof. Dripps

    University of San Diego law professor Donald Dripps joins us to educate us on the plea bargain system which has essentially replaced what we think of as our criminal justice system. Prof. Dripps explains why defendants waive their right to a jury trial by pleading guilty, why def
  6. Calling all authors!

    AUTHORS! Here's a chance to promote your books in a beautiful location at the Eastern Sierra Book Festival. July 20, 2024. A one-day celebration of books, reading, and writing. It's free! #author #bookfestival #bookfair #books #writing #publishing Click the link below to find out
  7. Billy Galewood FKA Bushwalla

    San Diego's own wild & crazy guy, Billy Galewood, recounts his quest for fun from Cleveland to Bushwalla and beyond. An original showman from the Java Joe days, he entertains through improv, song, rap, storytelling, and making people laugh. Here he tells the tales of musical thea
  8. Talking Trash with Rafi Kohan

    Rafi Kohan's new book, "Trash Talk: The Only Book About Destroying Your Rivals That Isn't Total Garbage," covers sh*t talking and its relatives: bench jockeying, the dozens, and sledging; as well as its variants from ancient times (think Odysseus and hubris). Rafi discusses the c
  9. The Guest Book with Sarah Blake

    Please join us for a wonderful conversation with novelist Sarah Blake about her latest novel, The Guest Book, a book described by the Washington Post as "monumental," a sweeping family drama of secrets and silence that crosses three generations but anchored by a private island of
  10. Now it's 2024, and I feel the same again LOL
  11. The Eastern Sierra Book Festival will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2024 in Mammoth Lakes, CA. We will promote you, sell your books, and show you a good time ;) #authors #writers #books #bookfestival #bookfair
  12. Book Bans and the PEN America Lawsuit

    Nearly 6,000 instances of book banning have been recorded since 2021, and the book censorship movement is growing, accelerated by new laws in some states. PEN America has joined Penguin Random House, authors, and students in a lawsuit against Escambia County school district, chal
  13. Calling all authors!

    The Eastern Sierra Book Festival will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2024 in Mammoth Lakes, CA. We will promote you, sell your books, and show you a good time ;) #authors #writers #books #bookfestival #bookfair
  14. Siskel and Ebert: Opposable Thumbs

    Matt Singer, author of Opposable Thumbs: How Siskel and Ebert Changed Movies Forever, joins us to discuss two TV guys who argued passionately about movies for over twenty years, during a period when American Cinema was in its heyday, and film criticism rose to the challenge. Matt
  15. "Our Deadly Streets with Jeff Speck" #podcast

    American streets killed more than 7500 pedestrians in 2023, a 40-year high and climbing every year. Why? City planner and walkable cities advocate Jeff Speck joins us to explain that street design is largely to blame and how modest changes could be made to increase safety, as has
  16. Find out about the 800-pound mouse here:
  17. Jennifer Jenkins Takes Us Into the Public Domain

    Duke copyright law professor Jennifer Jenkins joins us to celebrate and explain Public Domain Day. After a twenty-year hiatus, copyrighted works began moving into the public domain in 2019. Now each year, we can re-discover works that are available to be re-purposed by creators
  18. Censorship and Obscenities with Michael Adams

    Indiana University English professor Michael Adams returns to talk about taboo language and historical attempts to document it and suppress it. He bravely takes on the fraught issues around the f-word, bathroom graffiti, obscene literature, Shakespeare, and even hate speech. Alon
  19. New #Podcast: News of Tom Lehrer with Jeff Morris

    The great Tom Lehrer has a new album! Put out by Needlejuice records and mixed by our guest, Jeff Morris, from the original reel-to-reel tapes, it's a compilation of all of Tom's songs recorded with an orchestra, now available in stereo for the first time. This gives us a wonderf
  20. #Podcast "Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club"

    Join bestselling author J. Ryan Stradal to discuss his third novel, Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club, a celebration of food and drink across four generations in Minnesota. J. Ryan contrasts four female voices, four decades, and two restaurants, one a traditional supper

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