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We made it to episode 10! Hurrah! For this ep, each member of the Hivemind talks about what they would bring if we were stranded on a desert island. Have a listen to find out what kind of island it would be!
We welcome Kathleen Jennings back to the podcast while Guan takes a break. Kathleen talks about the YA book that all the booksellers are raving about, Cath Crowley's 'Words in Deep Blue'; Bec reminisces and raves about the music of Ani diFranco; Karen finds lots to like about Aziz Ansari's Modern Romance; and the takehome point is that everyone should go to Genrecon! Check out our copious shownotes at hiveminded.net
We really do have something for everyone on this podcast. Guan brings a very convincing case for why everyone should see Magic Mike XXL, Bec fangirls about Margaret Atwood and Karen reflects on Shonda Rhimes' book, 'Year of Yes'.
Guan is on holidays, so filling his spot is the inimitable Kathleen Jennings! We giggle a lot and talk about the movie 'Sing', Australian history and the book 'Girt', aviation history and 'Empire of the Clouds'...and many, many other things besides. It's a bumper episode!
A longer podcast than usual, because we had a lot to say! Bec talks about the Gilmore Girls reunion and reboots/revisitings in general, Karen talks about how creatives get work done, and Guan talks about Story Genius by Lisa Cron.
Our first episode! The hivemind - Guan, Karen and Bec - talk about social media and microcommunities, revisiting beloved television shows (in this case, Seachange), and Brené Brown's work on shame. Our intro/outro music is called 'I'm going for a coffee' by Lee Rosevere (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/Music_For_Podcasts_3/) Let us know what you think about this episode on our Facebook page (facebook.com/hivemindedpodcast), review us on iTunes, or check out the show notes at...