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Writing Explained On The I Never Told You What I Do Podcast

I Never Told You What I Do For A Living podcast

Writing is kinda balls.

Sure, if you’re Rory Gilmore it’s easy and wonderful and all, but for most of the world it’s low-paying, low-reward bullshit.

Why would anyone want to be a writer? Who knows?

But someone, specifically, the I Never Told You What I Do For A Living podcast, asked Sarah what her experience as a writer is like.

To listen to her episode go here.

(It’s also available at many other reputable podcast distro destinations as well if you’re not an Apple person.)

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Dream Warriors And Alanis In Focus On Polaris Podcast Episode 24

Polaris Podcast EP7 was live from Ottawa.

Episode 24 of the Polaris Podcast was the third in a four-part series dedicated to albums that received Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize designation.

For this episode we talked about Dream Warriors’ rap classic … And Now The Legacy Begins and Alanis Morissette’s zeitgeist-riding Jagged Little Pill.

This and other Polaris Podcast episodes can be found on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify.

Or, to make it easy, you can listen to it right here:

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Polaris Podcast Episode 23 Takes On Rush And Bruce Cockburn

Polaris Podcast EP7 was live from Ottawa.

Episode 23 of the Polaris Podcast was the second in a four-part series dedicated to albums that received Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize designation.

For this episode we talked about Rush’s 2112 and Bruce Cockburn’s Stealing Fire.

This and other Polaris Podcast episodes can be found on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify.

Or, to make it easy, you can listen to it right here:

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Music Gossiping On The Danko Jones Podcast

Danko Jones podcast

Danko Jones podcast

One of my favourite thing I worked on this year was helping edit international rock ‘n’ roll star Danko Jones’ new book I’ve Got Something To Say.

To help promote said book Danko had me on his long-running podcast in the fall.

We didn’t actually do much “promotion” of the book, but we sure had a time gossiping and light trash talking all sorts of things music.

To listen to this podcast episode go here.

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TIFF 2018: Halloween Reboot Is Kinda Fan Fiction (With Bonus Podcast)

Halloween

Halloween

The rebooted Halloween horror franchise is a really big deal in some (bloodthirsty) circles, so Sarah was assigned to cover the film when it showcased at TIFF this fall.

Her opinion: It’s kinda fan fiction-y, but it works.

To read her whole review head over to Consequence Of Sound by clicking here.

If that’s not enough Michael Myers content, Sarah also appeared on Consequence’s themed-Halloweenies podcast to discuss the film. You can listen to that here:

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Harmonium And Glenn Gould Featured On Polaris Podcast EP12

Polaris Podcast EP7 was live from Ottawa.

For episode 12 of the Polaris Podcast we focused on two albums that recently received Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize hall of fame designation — Harmonium’s L’Heptade and Glenn Gould’s Bach: The Goldberg Variations.

This episode featured analysis of the Gould record from CBC Radio’s Katherine Duncan and an interview with Harmonium’s Louis Valois to discuss the album some people call Quebec’s Dark Side Of The Moon.

This and other Polaris Podcast episodes can be found on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify.

Alternately, you can listen to it right here:

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Polaris Podcast EP11 Explores The Band And Gordon Lightfoot

Polaris Podcast EP7 was live from Ottawa.

In episode 11 of the Polaris Podcast we focused on two albums that recently received Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize hall of fame designation — The Band’s The Band and Gordon Lightfoot’s Lightfoot!.

This episode featured expert analysis of these albums from music historian Rob Bowman and author Nick Jennings as well as some bonus insights from Travis Good of The Sadies.

This and other Polaris Podcast episodes can be found on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify.

Alternately, you can listen to it right here:

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