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Diet Soap Podcast #33: Indigo Springs
November 25, 2009 01:12 PM PST

Novelist AM Dellamonica is the guest this week. Alyx's first book "Indigo Springs" is out from Tor Books this month and we discuss magic, perception, gender, and the wonders of the female phallus. Her website is www.amdellamonica.com. Also featured this week is Ben Burgis' short story/Thanksgiving Parable "The True Meaning of K-Day," as well as songs such as "Think of All the Things You Can Do with a Chair" from Chris "Isto" White, "Penis Envy" by Uncle Bonsai, "Give Peace a Chance" by John Lennon, and many different versions of Arlo Guthrie's "Alice's Restaurant." Also featured this week is Miriam's Titanic factoid. Happy Thanksgiving! (Remember to email me at douglain at dietsoap dot org, or call 971-285-4604 and leave a voicemail to contribute your voice to the podcast.)

Diet Soap Podcast #32: The New Normal
November 18, 2009 01:54 PM PST

This week's conversation is with 911 Truth Activist Jon Gold. We discuss what Jon considers the best evidence suggesting that elements within the US Government should be investigated as possible suspects in the crime of 911, the reasons behind some of the disinterest in examining this evidence, problems inside the Truth movment, and the possibility that the 911 Truth movement has been infiltrated by agents of disinformation and disruption. Gold's essay The Facts Speak for Themselves is frequently referenced and worth checking out. There are also two listener voicemail messages included this week, collaged material, a reading from Guy Debord's "Comments on the Society of the Spectacle," and a Titanic factoid.

Diet Soap Podcast #31: Surrender, Self, and Stormy Weather
November 11, 2009 03:16 AM PST

This episode features an interview with Jason Horsley, host of the Warty Theorems podcast, leader of the Stormy Weather Existential Detective Agency (SWEDA), and proponent of paranoid awareness. Jason and I discuss whether the Universe needs us to create social change, whether or not we can shut down the factory or tear down the wall, the story of Osho Rajneesh, John De Ruiter, and what it means to surrender. A segment from this podcast was posted as a youtube video called "A Conversation about Gurus." Chris "Isto" White is back with a song entitled "The Incredible Shrinking Isto," and I read from Larry Law's chapbook "Revolutionary Self Theory." Also there is a factoid about cold water and the Titanic from Miriam.

Diet Soap Podcast #30: A New Logic?
November 04, 2009 02:07 AM PST

This week I talk about resistance to the capitalist order and the possibility of a new logic for society with KMO who is the host of the C-Realm podcast. KMO and I discuss his recent interview with Frank Rotering whose economic work aims to go beyond the logic of capitalism and instigate and conceptually support humankind's shift to a new mode of civilization-one characterized by sustainability and global well-being. KMO and I also discuss Alex Jones, conspiracies, and the pros and cons of the paranoid perspective. Chris "Isto" White sings "Clockwork Isto," "The Sky is not a Ceiling," and covers "Young at Heart." Also the Diet Soap phone number is given out. Leave a message at 971-285-4604 and let me know what you think of our collective situation.

Diet Soap Podcast #29: Lightbreaker
October 28, 2009 03:29 PM PDT

This week's podcast features a conversation with the fantasist and novelist Mark Teppo on the subject his book Lightbreaker, and the occult themes to be found in his book. Mark's Codex of Souls series starts with the two books Lightbreaker and Heartland, both of which are out now from Night Shade Books. Also this week Miriam reads Barbara Tannert's story "OOGA-BOOGA AND THE WRITING LIFE" from the Diet Soap website, and the voices of Jason Horsley, Alan Watts, Noam Chomsky, Ariana Huffington, and others are juxtaposed in yet another podcast collage.

Diet Soap Podcast #28: Better Bad News
October 21, 2009 01:37 AM PDT

This week's podcast features an interview/panel discussion with the fine people at Better Bad News. It also features a podcast sound collage with Slavoj Zizek, Jason Horsley, Robert Scheer from Truthdig, and his holiness Osho Rajneesh. Mother Teresa should jump in a lake. Also there is Gracie Coates singing Twisted Truths, Chris "Isto" White singing Black Orpheus, and a Titanic factoid from Miriam.

Diet Soap Podcast #27: The Bardo of Waking Life
October 14, 2009 02:32 AM PDT

This week's podcast features an interview with author and publisher Richard Grossinger, and we discuss his books Waiting for the Martian Express, and the Bardo of Waking Life. We also discuss President Obama, President Bush, Yeats, the American Avant Garde of the 40s and 50s, and Zest Soap. This week also features a voicemail from listener and organic dairy farmer Terry I, music from Negativland, and a Titanic factoid. Check out the new dietsoap youtube videos. Oh. And France.

Diet Soap Podcast #26: The Spectacle/A Skeleton Key
October 07, 2009 03:33 AM PDT

This week's episode does not feature an interview with a guest, but instead is a collaged plea to reject Capitalism. I read from Larry Law's chapbook series from the early 80s entitled the Spectacular Times and collage together several voices from several podcasts including NPR's Planet Money, KMO's C-Realm, the Alan Watt's podcast, and Dennis Perrin's video blog among others. The Music ofChris "Isto" White is featured, once again, as well as a Titanic Factoid from Miriam.

Diet Soap Podcast #25: This Podcast is a Lie
September 30, 2009 03:00 AM PDT

Author and philosopher Ben Burgis is this week's guest on episode # 25 of the Diet Soap podcast. Burgis discusses paraconsistent logic and the recent alien invasion. His story "Sing, Goddess, Sing Me to the Stars" is presented in a condensed form, and this week's collage includes cuttings from the Jerry Lentz podcast and the C-Realm. Music from Chris "Isto" White is included, along with Chopin, Idle, Seeger, and many other composers and musicians.

Diet Soap Podcast #23: Dreams and Everyday Life
September 16, 2009 01:13 AM PDT

Penelope Rosemont, the co-founder of the Chicago Surrealist Group, is the guest on this week's podcast. She discusses her book Dreams and Everyday Life, Andre Breton, the Chicago Surrealist Group, and the culmination of forty years of progressive struggle in the personage of Obama. Also this week features a multiple podcast montage featuring the C-realm, Electric Politics, and Shamanic Freedom Radio.

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