algonquin podcasts

Episode 355 — Heidi Pitlor

Heidi Pitlor is the guest. She is the editor of the Best American Short Stories anthologies and the author of the new...

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Episode 343 — Tim Johnston

Tim Johnston is the guest. His new novel, Descent, is available now from Algonquin Books. It is the official January...

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Episode 324 — Lin Enger

Lin Enger is the guest. His new novel, The High Divide, is available now from Algonquin Books. It is the official...

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Episode 382 — Jonathan Evison

Jonathan Evison is the guest. His new novel, This is Your Life, Harriet Chance!, is now available from Algonquin...

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Episode 450 — Tom McAllister

Tom McAllister?? is the guest. His debut novel The Young Widower's Handbook is available now from Algonquin Books. It...

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Human Beigns: Duties and Responsibilities

Guest Speaker Albert Dumont will speak about his life experiences and the many injustices which have impacted him,...

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286: Lexical Appropriation (featuring Nicole Holliday)

Are some words off-limits? Many of us are aware of cultural appropriation: using symbols and clothing that pertain to...

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Legend of the Wendigo - An Ancient Iroquois Fear Ep# 0159

Hollywood tells you it's a spirit, a possessive force that takes over the body of a man, desperate to survive. In...

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Supporting Algonquin Land Defenders: Why It Matters

Joan will talk about her involvement with indigenous land and water defense particularly in regard to mineral...

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Croatoan - A word, A Myth or Much More Ch1 - Ep# 0128A

CROATOAN - A word carved into a fencepost over 430 years ago in a place long-lost to most. Hollywood has had fun and...

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Croatoan - A word, A Myth or Much More Ch2 - Ep# 0128B

Tonight in Chapter 2, we continue with our discussion on CROATOAN, the history of the Lost Colony of Roanoke, the...

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Croatoan - A word, A Myth or Much More Ch3 - Ep# 0128C

CROATOAN - A word carved into a fencepost over 430 years ago in a place long-lost to most. Tonight, we conclude the...

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Should We Rename Squaw Peak?

After years of a peak in Provo being named for a derogatory term for women in various Algonquin languages, Provo city...

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Badger the Mischief Maker | Algonquin Legends

Tonight, we’ll read the story of the mischievous animals of Algonquin Legends, particularly the badger, the...

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