Oct 16, 2019
Author and researcher, Peter Mark Adams, returns to the show this week to discuss his latest book, Mystai.
Along the way we talk orphism, mystery traditions, visuality and the shortcomings of materialist archaeology.
Oct 2, 2019
Camelia Elias makes a very welcome return to the show this week, on the occasion of the launch of two new books, What is Not: Marseille Tarot à La Carte and Divination with Cards: A Short History.
We also talk about meaning versus function, meaning in astrology and new ways to approach all the interpretive arts. An...
Aug 15, 2019
This week, novelist, non-ficition author and professor of art and film, Stephe Barber, joins us to talk about about Heliogabalus or The Crowned Anarchist.
Fully translated into English for the first time, this remarkable little book was written by avant garde theatre visionary, Antonin Artaud, and is ostensibly based...
Jul 31, 2019
In the July solo show, we look at the possibly bright future of the novel and what thriving independent expression might look like in an era of endless reboots and comic book films.
The only show notes this week is a short film from the featured musician at the end.