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This isn’t a podcast for total beginners. We’re going to assume that you know what plot structure is, what a protagonist is, where ideas come from, and how to use a semicolon. This is a podcast for people who can already write okay, but want to do better.
 
On Nov. 12, 2016, Valleys, Orients and Councils of Deliberations from both the Northern Masonic and Southern Jurisdictions will come together to celebrate the Scottish Rite. It is the first time the fraternity has held such a nationwide day of honor. We are asking that everyone in both jurisdictions commemorate Scottish Rite Day. Our hope is that you see it as a chance to enjoy a fun, memorable occasion where you can reach out to and connect with your Brothers.
 
Tribal Rites Radio Takeover w/ DJ Lennie III formerly aired on WNJC in Southern New Jersey until April of 2015. These podcasts are a collection of previously aired shows, current mixes from events I have recently performed at and chill mixes that I have become popular for. I will still be posting new Progressive/Electro House shows and continue to post live recordings of upcoming events to my fans!
 
DOWNLOAD THE FREE PODCAST AT THE ITUNES STORE!! Late Night with Doom and the Knights of the Round Table is a jaw dropping talk show tackling the most controversial issues and current events. Doom (Barry Owens) is a master at leading discussions on sensitive issues while facilitating intense discussions between Knights of the Round Table and calls from listeners. The Knights of the Round Table are an eclectic group with strong and often conflicting opinions. When you combine their mix of educ ...
 
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On this very special NSFW episode of Rite Gud, goth girl correspondent Matilda Lewis and veteran tijuana bible cartoonist Bitter Karella (creator of The Midnight Pals, co-host of the A Special Presentation podcast) join everyone’s favorite audio gremlin Sid Oozeley to discuss a topic most scandalous—sex scenes! Can our ribald heroes run the gauntle…
 
In today’s sci-fi/ fantasy community, it’s fashionable to dig up H.P. Lovecraft and put him on trial as the avatar of everything wrong with speculative fiction. While we won’t defend Lovecraft’s abhorrent social values, we have to ask: what is the point of this? What do we gain by canceling a man who is now a dusty skeleton mouldering in the dirt? …
 
“If someone is mad enough to publish my weird shit, I am going to do my utmost to be a little bit more complex.” In this episode, middle grade horror/fantasy author Celine Kiernan joins us to talk about writing fiction for young people. How do you handle dark, difficult topics? How do you fight the censors? How do you bridge the generation gap betw…
 
In this irregular episode, audio gremlin Sid Oozeley talks shop with returning guest Mario Coelho about fantasy and science fiction’s long-standing vendetta against dialogue writing. Why is it frequently so stilted and stiff? Why are American writers so averse to local flavor? Why do so many grown adults still try to write like Joss Whedon? Just ho…
 
If you’re into science fiction and fantasy, you might have heard of something called hopepunk. Hopepunk, according to its supporters, is a creative movement that believes that producing and consuming optimistic fiction will make the world a better place. But does hopepunk really offer meaningful hope and revolution, or is it just a way to numb your…
 
If you’ve spent any time talking about geek culture, you’ve probably seen one word come up over and over again: gatekeeper. To be a gatekeeper is bad. To be a gatekeeper is exclusionary and harmful and discriminatory. The internet was supposed to get rid of gatekeepers and usher in a new, democratic era of content, an era free of inequality or bias…
 
What makes a writer? Is it coffee and cats? Is it a good author photo? Is it having a screenname like @JaneDoeWrites? Is it in your soul, in your bones, in your DNA? Is it collecting photos of books and sharing writing memes and penning endless posts about writing (specifically, about how much you hate it)? In this episode, Carmilla Mary Morrell jo…
 
It’s normal to look for people who share your interest in pop culture. But what happens when devotion to corporate-owned IP becomes an integral part of your identity? What happens when you only know how to be queer through fandom? The world’s greatest writer June Martin joins us to talk about how fandom has become synonymous with queerness, and why…
 
In previous episodes, our podcast has said over and over again that one of the best ways to improve your writing is to read a lot: read more books. But instead of learning from books, too many fledgling writers learn to write primarily from movies, television and video games, and their writing suffers as a result. Movies and video games can be well…
 
As the world looks grimmer and grimmer, Millennials and Gen Xers retreat deeper and deeper into childhood nostalgia. Adults dominate fandoms meant for children, like Steven Universe, Young Adult fiction, and My Little Pony. Within SFF, many writers, readers and editors have begun to treat all media as though it were meant for children: It must be d…
 
Why do we love horror so much? On the surface, it makes no sense. Why would anybody enjoy media that focuses on upsetting, grotesque topics? Why would anybody want to be afraid? In this episode, writer and ghost hunter Loren Rhoads joins us to talk about how horror helps us find beauty in darkness. Our discussion touches upon Buddhism, ghost huntin…
 
Cultural criticism has always been an essential part of our media ecosystem, especially when it comes to geek culture. And on the surface, it’s thriving. Every blog, every YouTube video essay channel, every op-ed page of every major publication pontificates on very important questions like “Is Wonder Woman a feminist icon?” “Did Thor fat-shame me?”…
 
We here at Rite Gud work very hard to create thoughtful dialogues designed to help our listeners write good. But, there are many writing advice columns that won’t help you write good—that will actually encourage you to write bad, or at best mediocre. There’s a lot of money and clout to be made giving writing advice, and a lot of conventional wisdom…
 
Filthcore queen Gretchen Felker-Martin returns to talk about unlikable female characters. What makes a woman unlikable? Why are we so quick to condemn female characters for minor flaws? Why does art hate ugly people so much? Why don’t we talk about male characters’ likability? And why on Earth do we think grown-ass women need role models? Links: Gr…
 
SFF author and professional translator Mário Seabra Coelho talks to us about the art of translation. Writing translations, even only as an exercise, can open a writer’s eye to new perspectives, new devices, and new poetic turns of phrase. We discuss all the important questions: How much should a translator challenge the audience? How far should a t…
 
Horror writer G. Emerald, who has a background in the medical system, joins us to talk about the healing power of stories that leave us with a bad taste in our mouths. Audiences like happy endings, but do we really need every story to end on a high note? Are we being pacified? Why did the Hays Code require movies to have uplifting endings? Do happy…
 
When you write a story, do you ever stop to consider who you’re telling the story to? We’re not talking about the real-life author and the real-life audience demographics. We’re talking about what’s going on within the fictional pocket universe of the story you’ve created. Who is the narrator telling the story to within the universe of the story? A…
 
In this episode, Mistress Snow, PhD joins us to talk about sex work in writing. What do writers get wrong? How do writers promote inaccurate and harmful stereotypes about sex workers? How can writers do better? Sex has always been a tricky topic. Some cultures even view the discussion as taboo and should only be discussed privately. In the modern w…
 
Everything is still different. In this episode, we invite you into some conversation about what it is that we are all doing with liturgy and music during this pandemic. We want to hear from you in connection with this episode. You can find us on Facebook and Twitter. You can email us at riteandmusical@gmail.com Read more »…
 
Villains in fiction tend to fit a certain template: erudite, aristocratic, queer-coded, monologuing and vaguely British. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it gets a little old after a while. So for this episode, we’re going to take a look at some real-life villains, from globe-striding corporate monsters to small-time petty jerks, and see how fi…
 
When Stephen Mazur, Assistant editor at The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, interviews writers, he always asks them this question: “Why do you write?” One of the most common answers is: “Because I couldn’t find the stories I wanted to read.” In this episode, filmmaker Shannon Strucci and critic Leslie Lee of Struggle Session were kind enough…
 
In this episode, writer and stuntwoman SL Huang joins us to talk about writing that fully explores the physicality of its characters. How can we write characters who feel like flesh and blood people, not disembodied brains in jars? How do race, gender, class, and other features of identity influence our relationships with our bodies? Has visual med…
 
In this episode, we talk to writer/editor Sarena Ulibarri about what it means to be a writer during a global climate crisis. Do writers have a responsibility to address the problem? Are we a part of the problem? Does art matter when the world is on fire? Should we educate people or offer them an escape from the horrors of reality? Should we give pe…
 
Straight writers frequently portray cisgender heterosexual characters with twisted sexual pathologies or dysfunctional, miserable relationships. But when an emerging sci-fi writer published a sharp, witty, in-your-face short story about a transgender helicopter pilot in a dystopian future, prominent members of the writing community rushed to viciou…
 
With the COVID-19 pandemic, Episcopal and Anglican churches around the world are faced with a new reality: the inability to meet together for worship. David and Ian share some initial thoughts, reflections, and their experiences so far. This episode was recorded on the Fourth Sunday in Lent, March 22, 2020. Read more »…
 
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