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We are passionate fans of HBO's Game of Thrones discussing the world of the Lannisters, Starks, and Targaryens. We delve into current episodes and discuss news. No spoilers allowed! Our goal is simple, enjoy Game of Thrones among friends in a casual atmosphere. We don't dissect, we love.
 
Home to the unofficial podcast about HBO’s Game of Thrones. Hosted by Zack and Rachel. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
 
We believe that George R. R. Martin has put a lot of effort and thought into creating a deeper dimension of archetype and symbol in his writing. He’s created connections between past and future, between sky and ground. He’s built on classic figures from world mythology and twisted them around in new and incredible ways to fashion his own archetypal characters whose divine roles are played out by the characters in the story. He’s done all of this not only to be artistic and clever, but becaus ...
 
"Old Sounds and the New" is a show dedicated to the world of "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George R.R. Martin. Join Dan, Bill and Alex on our Game of Thrones hype train rewatch marathon leading up to HBO's EPIC SERIES FINALE in Season 8 as well as all breaking news on the remaining books in the series and television spinoff's that follow.
 
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Did mankind really "fall" with the eating of the forbidden fruit of the 'Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil,' or did Eve actually take the first symbolic steps towards free will and self-determination? The lens of sacred symbolism reveals the hidden, ancient truth lurking beneath centuries of religious dogma, and it's a truth that liberates and…
 
The cultural anarchists venture forth across pandemic-riddled wastelands in their quest to find something good to read, and along the way they find strange tidings that include tales of someone doing something nice on Twitter, Logjam Day, re-issuing books under their author’s original pen-names, stage performances on Zoom, lectures from bubble-blow…
 
Cultural anarchy is the order of the day as the Literary Loitering gang sashay back into the foreground with a pocket full of news and other oddities. On this episode we've got dead language confusion involving the tag line of Sean Hannity's new book, John Boyne's surprising connection to The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, publishing contract…
 
These are strange times we're living in, which is why it's good to carry a stick as part of your EDC. A good stick is a very useful object as it can be used as a walking aid, for fishing, thrashing, emergency kindling, and in the case of our resident cultural anarchists, poking fun at the world (while avoiding surprise bears). This week we discover…
 
Join the Vassals for more swords and sorcery as we discuss the second half (chapters 5-7) of Andrzej Sapkowski’s “Blood of Elves”. Also, are councils good or bad? And who needed that old shack anyways! Hosts: David/davidhhh, Bing/Shoeshiner, Kevin/NuncleKevin, Zach/Alias, … Continue reading →By Vassals of Kingsgrave
 
We haven't seen a leader of the Others yet in the books, but the symbolism suggests that one will emerge... Hey friends! So sorry to get behind on the podcast feed, but I'll be catching up this week. I do want to remind you that most YT livestreams will not appear in the podcast feed, as it's simply too time consuming to edit all of the audio, so d…
 
Episode 28 of Tara Lynne’s A Geek Saga Podcast was originally aired as a live webcast, “Drinkin’ Con v4.0: A Pre-[Virtual] Dragon Con [2020] Webcast for Newbies & Oldtimers Alike”, on August 29, 2020. SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES Join myself and some other Dragon Con-loving friends as we talk all things Dragon Con Goes Virtual, past favorite Dragon Con memo…
 
It’s time for another dose of the cultural anarchy that cures all ailments (medically proven by travelling salesmen in the Old West). In the news this week are Waterstone’s “controversial” idea about displaying books, why you shouldn’t microwave books, yet another tell-all book about Donald Trump, things that make you go … really?!, and other tales…
 
Join the Vassals for more swords and sorcery as we discuss the first half (chapters 1-4) of Andrzej Sapkowski’s “Blood of Elves”. Also, how does book translation work? Where’s #Greg? Hosts: David/davidhhh, Bing/Shoeshiner, Kevin/NuncleKevin, Zach/Alias, Adam/DrownedSnow and Abby/DaceyMormont Credits: Edited … Continue reading →…
 
Literary Loitering returns for another round-up of interesting things that have happened in cultured world, and kicking things off is yet another Twitter gaff. Oh Twitter. How you amuse us. After that it’s the good news that poet Michael Rosen was finally released from hospital after suffering from Covid-19, an article by Sam Mendes about practical…
 
It’s time for another spin on the news wheel of cultural anarchy so round-and-around-and-around we go, and where it stops first is … penguins visiting and art gallery. Looks like we have a winner! After that it’s more usual fare (the word usual is used very loosely), children’s books by children, children’s books by James Patterson, a Woody Allen f…
 
We don't see much of the others on the pages of A Song of Ice and Fire, but George cleverly slips us clues about them by the use of a symbolic proxy, a kind of metaphorical stand-in... and that would be the white knights of the Kingsguard. Make sure to check out the video on the lucifer means lightbringer youtube channel so you get all my jokes. Lo…
 
We’re back once again with those renegade masters of cultural anarchy, and this week we make our usual pit-stop to find out what everyone’s been reading before diving straight into some news … about VAT. It’s actually more interesting than you think. Honest! After that we have some things about spying on the bookshelves of politicians, some unsurpr…
 
The Vassals discuss the second half of Andrzej Sapkowski’s Sword of Destiny including the short stories “A Little Sacrifice,” “Sword of Destiny,” and “Something More.” Your hosts are: David/davidhhh, Michal/Inkasrain, Marie/Nymeria, Bing/Shoeshiner, Bina/Bina007, Kevin/NuncleKevin, Paul/SerDinnerRoll Credits: Edited by Kevin (NuncleKevin) … Continu…
 
How do the legends of Azor Ahai and Lightbringer, which are from Asshai and the Further East, connect to Westeros, Dawn, the last hero and his dragonsteel, the Night's Watch, and the War for the Dawn? Are any Westerosi Houses descended from the Great Empire of the Dawn? (hint: yes) It's all here...By Lucifer means Lightbringer
 
Weird things happen when you're locked up, and as usual it's up to Literary Loitering to ... poke gentle fun with a big stick ... at the books and arts world. So what did our stay-at-home cultural anarchists discover before being bamboozled by a barrage of obsolete words? Well, aside from the French authors Leïla Slimani and Marie Darrieussecq (try…
 
The Vassals (and Bastards) launch into George R. R. Martin’s science fiction universe. Join Amin, Duncan (aka Valkyrist), Michael (aka Mordion), and Zach (aka Alias) as they review two short stories from Martin’s Thousand Worlds series – “Bitterblooms” and “In … Continue reading →By Vassals of Kingsgrave
 
These are strange times that we live in, but during these days of pandemic, social distancing and lockdowns, it's nice to find that the world of culture is still just as strange as it ever was. This week the gang are bamboozled by a barrage of old words, but before that things like publishing a chapter per day on Vogue's website, book fairies, dial…
 
Join Bina007, Matt/Blu3arm0r, Adam/DrownedSnow, Dana/Taindana and Jock/MunroJock2 as they review the first half of season 3 of HBO’s Westworld. Spoilers throughout. [MP3] Download or play this episode directly [Archive] View this episode’s page on Archive.org [Forum] Join The Craziness! [iTunes] … Continue reading →…
 
Evidence abounds for the existence of a pre-Valyrian, pre-Long Night civilization of dragonlords, now mostly vanished from the pages of history. The evidence leads us to Asshai, and to a legend of a Dawn Age high civilization called the Great Empire of the Dawn... This is the audio version, but I highly recommend checking out the video on YouTube, …
 
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