The Book: Agnes Martin and Me by Donald Woodman Joshua and Steve discuss one of their favorite artists: Agnes Martin. Topics include paranoid schizophrenia, 26-foot UHauls, abstract expressionism, and Dan, once again, finding himself under water. Sometimes we talk over the top, sometimes...under the bottom. Subscribe to Glassblowing with Dan in iTunes, Overcast, or via RSS.
The book: The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami Steve and Joshua are joined by Kellen Terrett to discuss this episode's book. Kellen sent The Strange Library as a gift to GWD, so we invited Kellen to come on to be our first guest to discuss the book. Next episode's book: Theft by Finding: Diaries (1977-2002) by David Sedaris Subscribe to Glassblowing with Dan in iTunes, Overcast, or via RSS. Special Guest: Kellen Terrett.
Steve and Joshua do some more reflecting both on the book The Small Backs of Children by Lidia Yuknavitch and as well as on how we've felt in the days since we finished reading and recording part I of this two-parter. We love you. Subscribe to Glassblowing with Dan in iTunes, Overcast, or via RSS.
The Book: The Small Backs of Children by Lidia Yuknavitch — Joshua wrestles with his gendered perspective and Steve plays the role of pastor and guide. Subscribe to Glassblowing with Dan in iTunes, Overcast, or via RSS.
On this episode of America's premier glassblowing podcast we discuss Flannery O'Connor's "The Violent Bear It Away". Dogmatism, religious brainwashing, and the absence of almost all things good: really uplifting and encouraging book.
No book this episode because Joshua hasn't finished it. Steve and Joshua talk about fabric, dogs that struggle with scale, Kit Kat candies, string quartets, and glassblowing. The book for the next episode is The Violent Bear It Away by Flannery O'Connor. Thanks for listening.
The book: Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders. Joshua talks about parenting a mortal kid and Steve rides a stationary bike around the world. On the next episode we'll be discussing "The Violent Bear it Away" by Flannery O'Connor.
Steve explains metafiction and Joshua considers wearing a a garment with a crotch-to-chin Hermes zipper. For the next episode we'll be reading Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders.
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Dale Chihuly's Eyepatch
RIP Thomas Kinkade
Muriel Sparks (Wikipedia)
David Foster Wallace on the problem with irony (Open Culture)
Not to Disturb review in the NYT
Baldessari - Velveta to Gorgonzola