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Two mad old girls, friends since childhood, get together each episode to talk about book related stuff, normally within the horror genre. This could be a review of the paperback vs audio version, watch along of movies based on books or just general ramblings on which book world you’d visit for a holiday… If you’re looking for giggles, ranting, sarcastic comments or just something to block out the commute give two crones and a book a listen
 
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Join legendary filmmaker David Cronenberg as he discusses his latest film, "Cosmopolis." The story unfolds in a single cataclysmic day, and follows Eric Packer (Robert Pattinson), a 28-year-old financial whiz and billionaire asset manager whose perfectly ordered, doubt-free world is about to implode. Heading out in his limo to get a haircut, his trip quickly becomes a nightmare when he encounters explosive city riots and is thrust into a myriad of intimate encounters.
 
Join director David Cronenberg (A Dangerous Method, A History of Violence) and Robert Pattinson (Twilight, Bel Ami) as they discuss their new film, Cosmopolis.Eric Packer (Pattinson) is a billionaire chauffeured across New York in his extravagant limousine when wild activity erupts on the city’s streets.
 
Frightfully delightful hijinks, tomfoolery, silliness, and shenanigans from the theatrical little goblins at Dark Hills Events. Dark Hills Radio brings you a buffet of innovative, pandemic friendly, and on-demand theatrical creativity and immersive story-telling - from audioplays to dramatic readings to narrative gaming.
 
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In this episode, the storyteller, Kathy Shimpock explores Norwegian folktales surrounding the Black Death. She shares a story that incorporates many of the motifs and elements found in these tales. It's the story of two very different old women. One is the wise crone and the other is Pesta! Perhaps we'll uncover some plague wisdom we can use today!…
 
Discussing why men feel comfortable being violent towards women. Please get help if you are in a violent/abusive relationship. Verbal abuse is also abuse. Call the national domestic violence hotline directly if you need help at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or visit thehotline.org they will put you in direct contact with someone in your state. 🙏…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Two Crones And A Book. This week we discuss The Jonah by James Herbert. Please be prepared for a lot of swearing in what is the most no holds barred conversation about a book we have covered. Will this little known novel from one of Britain's premiere horror writers be a huge hit or a massive miss? Listen along an…
 
In our very first episode we discuss the Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 Novella The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and the audiobook version narrated by the velvet voiced Richard E Grant. **Spoiler ALERT** This episode discusses all areas of the book and therefore contains spoilers저자 Annette and Michelle
 
Greek mythology has a full pantheon of gods and goddesses. Each deity has a story line with the past and present clearly defined. There are stories of triumph and petty jealousies. There are stories of conflict. Their relationships with humans and other gods are often tempestuous. Rarely do we see these gods and goddesses as exemplars. More often t…
 
In this episode, the storyteller, Kathy Shimpock, will explore the power of story. What is it? How can a simple tale impact our lives so deeply? The story I will tell (as the wise crone) provides one answer. “The Story that Grew in My Heart” was crafted from a book written by Walter Hackett entitled The Swans of BalleyCastle. It contains clear refe…
 
In this episode, the storyteller Kathy Shimpock, will read you the Grimm tale, "The Goose-Girl at the Well." It's a tale within a tale - a story of a young girl's initiation into womanhood and the guiding hand and protection of the wise crone. First discussed in an earlier podcast (S1, #4), this story just won't go away! It is categorized as Aarne-…
 
In this episode, we'll explore the magic of spring. I'll share two stories: one from Europe and one from China in which the beauty of the natural world is both honored and rewarded. It's a message we all need to be reminded of after a long cold winter and an even longer pandemic. In these stories we see the creation and protection of the flower-elv…
 
In this episode, the storyteller, Kathy Shimpock, will share the story of "The Crone vs. the Cyclops: A Confrontation in the Forest." It’s a fun story filled with motifs from both folklore and mythology that she wrote long ago. These elements fill fantasy literature today and can be an excellent way to get the imagination going. Finally, we’ll expl…
 
In the wake of insurgents overtaking the U.S. capital in pursuit of a “big lie,” this episode explores the truth that is found in stories. The storyteller, Kathy Shimpock, will start by reading a Spanish tale entitled “Falsehood and Truth.” Next, we’ll look at those folktales that provide a context to current events. Finally, she will tell you a mo…
 
In this episode, the storyteller, Kathy Shimpock, will share the story of "The Little Match Girl" by Hans Christian Andersen. It is a tragic, Danish, literary tale written in 1845. The subject has similarities to Dicken's "A Christmas Carol" written two years earlier in Victorian England. Both tales focus on the fate of the poor when the world is d…
 
‘Twas the night before Christmas, And all through the podcast.Not a listener was stirring, As we readied our broadcast.Sound FX hung in the background with care, Lovingly accenting our voice actors’ flair.For all those lamenting a Christmas NOT gritty, One without puns or subversions so witty.Good news! We’ve got just the present for you, (We’re re…
 
In this episode, it's all about Santa: the folklore, story, and the greater archetype. I posit the question of whether Santa can be gender-neutral. We'll explore an adapted version of the poem, "A Visit from Santa Claus" written by Clement Clarke Moore, Think on it, for just a moment. Santa as the wise crone? Why not? Story: "A Visit from St. Nicho…
 
Based on the official Alien RPG published by Free League - which we've reskinned to fit a present day, festive Thanksgiving setting - AVIAN is a role-playing semi-theatrical performance brought you by: (in order of appearance) Mary Englehart as Seargent Apona, GrandMOTHER Weyland, and Abel Weyland. Mike Weiner as Sawyer Apona (@toyingaroundpodcast …
 
In the third episode of Season Two, the storyteller, Kathy Shimpock, shares the story of "The Shoes That Were Danced to Pieces." This Grimm Brothers' tale has variants found throughout Germany and central Europe. We’ll also explore how the wise crone handles youthful indulgence. Story: Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, Die drei Spinnerinnen, Kinder- und Hau…
 
"October Country . . . that country where it is always turning late in the year. That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist; where noons go quickly, dusks and twilights linger, and mid-nights stay. That country composed in the main of cellars, sub-cellars, coal-bins, closets, attics, and pantries faced away from the sun. That coun…
 
In this episode, the storyteller, Kathy Shimpock, shares the story of "The Witch." It's a Russian variant of the Grimm's tale "Hansel & Gretel." In this story, we explore the character of the grandmother. These characters surprise us more in what they don't do than in what they actually do. They stand in stark contrast to the figure of the wise cro…
 
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