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Watershed Lit

Watershed Lit

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Watershed Lit: Center for Literary Engagement and Publishing Practice is the home of literary orgs Fall for the Book, The Alan Cheuse International Writers Center, Poetry Daily, Stillhouse Press and more!
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Watershed is a podcast exploring Florida in flux. We feature character-driven, sound-rich stories from across the Sunshine State about Floridian culture and our changing environment. Learn more at www.watershedradio.com
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This podcast tour explores the past, present, and future of NYC’s water supply in the Catskills. It tells the story of the complicated relationship between the Catskills and NYC that is forged by water infrastructure. You'll visit 10 resonant places in the watershed and hear firsthand, intimate perspectives from local people including a historian, a dairy farmer, a former DEP commissioner, a grave restorer, and a trail builder on what it means to be a part of the water system. (Please start ...
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Watershed Wellness podcast

Eric Grey and the Watershed Wellness Team

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This podcast covers the practitioners, modalities, passions, topics & conversations of the team and community of Watershed Wellness. Located on the mighty Columbia River in Astoria, OR, the clinic integrates acupuncture, Chinese herbalism, Naturopathic medicine, massage therapy, organic skincare and a compassionate, intentional approach to healthcare.The podcast is run and promoted by clinic co-owner Eric Grey, MS, LAc who previously taught Chinese medicine and practice management for a deca ...
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Podcast Series: The Mission Strategist – The Watershed Group Join the discussion of the issues facing leaders and managers in hospice in the USA. today. Topics will include: Staying focused on the Mission, Best Practices in hospice, Succession Planning, Philanthropy in hospice, innovation and staying current in the highly regulated field of caring for the dying. Join the discussion and create the future of the hospice movement!
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In this episode, host Carol Mitchell and Stillhouse author Morgan Christie sit down to talk about the major themes within Christie’s new book, "Liddle Deaths," and how many of those themes are inspired by the southern African American experience. Mitchell and Christie delve into the life of Niya, the main character, and how she navigates life after…
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Eliza Knight talks fantastic flappers, star studded dancers, and incredible female stars in this episode of the Fall for the Book Podcast. From the underappreciated legacy of Adele Astaire, sister to Fred Astaire, to Ella Fitzgerald and Marilyn Monroe's unlikely friendship. She is the author of Starring Adele Astaire, Why Can't We Be Friends, and m…
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Edward Cahill discusses his novel Disorderly Men, which follows three gay men in pre-Stonewall NYC, who find their fates thrown together during the police raid of a Village bar. Cahill talks identity, shame, 'disorderly conduct, and James Baldwin, in this episode of the Fall for the Book podcast.Autor: Watershed Lit
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Host Tanis MacDonald brings us Anuja Varghese, winner of this year’s Governor General’s Award for Fiction to discuss her genre-bending use of gothic elements in the familiar settings of her horror-adjacent dark fiction in her collection of short stories, Chrysalis (2023).Autor: Watershed Writers
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Carol Mitchell and Josh Denslow sit down to talkabout the collaborative process of creating Denslow's new book Super Normal, a novel over 15 years in the making. Mitchell, one of many talented editors with Stillhouse Press, worked with Denslow as managing editor of Super Normal through the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, they discuss the proces…
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Carol Duncan talks to us about writing short stories inflected with Caribbean history and culture, and about her research roots when writing the historical fantastic. Her collection of short stories, This Spot of Ground: Spiritual Baptists in Toronto is available through Wilfrid Laurier University Press and fine booksellers everywhere.…
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In this episode of Moonshine Murmurs, Michelle Ross sits down with Taylor Schaefer to discuss her writing process for flash fiction, working collaboratively with Kim McGowan, the pros and cons of publishing with small presses, and more. Ross is the author of three short story collections: Shapeshifting, There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You, and Th…
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In this special episode, Mark and Steph are joined by Stef Graham from Watershed's Comms Team and film writer Sean Wilson to discuss this year's Cinema Rediscovered.Together they discuss what they're most looking forward to watching, the changing significance of soundtrack in a film and putting the world to rights when it comes to promotional film …
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We're back to the organ systems podcasts, this time connecting two organ systems that are commonly discussed together - the Spleen & Stomach! These organ systems, commonly associated with the Earth elemental phase, are CENTRAL in more ways than one. Join us for a deep dive into the fascinating world of Chinese medical symbolism, and learn a little …
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