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Best Wetmore podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
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Updated April 2020
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 13 recordings of How a Fisherman Corked up His Foe in a Jar by Guy Wetmore Carryl. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project fo September 22, 2013.Guy Wetmore Carryl was an American humorist and poet. Some of his better known poems were parodies on nursery rhymes and Aesop's Fables. ( Summary by David Lawrence)
 
One of the earliest works by the American parodist, Guy Wetmore Carryl, these fables are adapted from Jean de La Fontaine’s original writings. The fables are written in verse, and are light-hearted re-tellings of fables from two centuries before, each ending with a moral and a pun. Among the more celebrated of the fables are The Persevering Tortoise and the Pretentious Hare, The Arrogant Frog and the Superior Bull, and The Sycophantic Fox and the Gullible Raven. (Summary written by Chriss)
 
Every author has a story beyond the one that they put down on paper. The Barnes & Noble Podcast goes between the lines with today's most interesting writers, exploring what inspires them, what confounds them, and what they were thinking when they wrote the books we’re talking about. Subscribe to discover intriguing new conversations every week.
 
The Urban Rat and the Suburban Rat, The Persevering Tortoise and the Pretentious Hare, The Ambitious Fox and the Unapproachable Grapes.... If some of these titles seem vaguely familiar to you, you wouldn't be mistaken! Fables for the Frivolous by Guy Wetmore Carryl contains some well-known fables in a modern packaging, with a delightful new twist! The complete title of the original published in 1898 was Fables for the Frivolous (With apologies to La Fontaine) and it was the first published w ...
 
Fables for the Frivolous is one of the earliest works by the American parodist Guy Wetmore Carryl. These fables are adapted from Jean de La Fontaine's original writings. The Aesop-style fables are written in verse, and are light-hearted re-tellings of fables from two centuries before, each ending with a moral and a pun. Among the more celebrated of the fables are The Persevering Tortoise and the Pretentious Hare, The Arrogant Frog and the Superior Bull, and The Sycophantic Fox and the Gullib ...
 
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Welcome to Episode 22 – How Elizabeth Wetmore Writes Before we get started, I am so excited to announce the How Writers Write Online Reading Series. Come listen to your favorite authors read from their books, have a thoughtful discussion, and answer audience questions. The schedule is already packed with incredible authors like Amy Harmon, Lisa See…
 
Which pro sport will come back first? Do you think it's inevitable to have a season restarted with no fans in attendance? And then what would teams do about roster moves if there were no minor league seasons underway? Finally, Derek Wetmore and Judd Zulgad discuss Judd's column about what people around the league miss the most about opening day (Ap…
 
Phil Mackey and Judd Zulgad recap the last Twins playoff win in the 2004 Game 1 ALDS at Yankee Stadium; (11:00) Since then, the Twins are 0-16 in postseason play; (28:39) Michael Cuddyer joins to give his memories of the victory; (44:00) What was missing from the 2004 team that would’ve pushed them over the top; (50:00) What series against the Yank…
 
Trevor Plouffe answers 5 Deep Questions on the SKOR North Twins Show with Derek Wetmore. Today's chat includes Plouffe's ultimate BP group, his favorite Opening Day memories, the 'easy' road in his MLB debut and his viewing recommendations during quarantine! And if you haven't seen it, check out Plouffe's latest podcast on "Talkin' Baseball" where …
 
From Minnesota Sports Rewind, Phil Mackey and Judd Zulgad recap the last Twins playoff win in the 2004 Game 1 ALDS at Yankee Stadium; (11:00) Since then, the Twins are 0-16 in postseason play; (28:39) Michael Cuddyer joins to give his memories of the victory; (44:00) What was missing from the 2004 team that would’ve pushed them over the top; (50:00…
 
With the news that the league and players union have an agreement, we dig in on what a restarted MLB season would mean for the Twins. Pat Reusse on Derek Wetmore have some questions. What will happen to the payroll next year? The agreement for the owners to advance salaries for MLB players.What would a new spring training looks like? Bigger rosters…
 
Monday Motivation – The Limits of Your Feelings This talk is inspired by Ludwig Wittgenstein’s famous quote, “The limits of my language are the limits of my world.” The concept is so deeply impacted me that it has reframed my understanding of what it means to grow, not just in the writing life, but in life in general. A good example of this quote i…
 
On the latest Minnesota Sports Rewind, Phil Mackey, Judd Zulgad and Derek Wetmore recap the 2006 Twins team which featured an MVP in Justin Morneau, Cy Young winner Johan Santana, and batting champion Joe Mauer. What would have happened if Francisco Liriano hadn't gotten hurt? Who was your favorite Twins "Piranha?"; (26:19) Justin Morneau joins the…
 
Welcome to Episode 21 – How Lisa See Writes I am so excited to announce the How Writers Write Online Reading Series. There is this huge gap in live book events now that the world has more-or-less shut down. We’re stepping in to fill that void. We are scheduling as many daily readings as possible. These are live events, where the author will read fr…
 
Our guest today is Abi Daré here to discuss her debut novel The Girl with the Louding Voice. A powerful, emotional debut novel told in the unforgettable voice of a young Nigerian woman who is trapped in a life of servitude but determined to fight for her dreams and choose her own future. The Girl with the Louding Voice was recently named a Most Ant…
 
Welcome to Monday Motivation - Put your phone down I am very rarely prescriptive in my Monday Motivations. I like to offer perspectives, thoughts, or strategies that have worked for me in my writing life, and hope that some of it lands. Today’s Monday Motivation is different, and it is super simple. It is probably going to sting a little bit. Put y…
 
What are you going to do about trimming a 162-game schedule? How do you handle service time? And what are we going to do about the July 31 Trade Deadline?? Our aspiring Commissioner and friend Ramie Makhlouf answers these questions and more, on this episode of 5 thoughts, with Derek Wetmore.By info@podcastone.com
 
They probably won't play 162 in 2020, but Twins President Dave St. Peter said that all sides have an incentive to play as many games as possible whenever the MLB season gets going again. Doubleheaders, an extended calendar and possible neutral-site postseason games could all be in play!We decided to share this interview with listeners of the SKOR N…
 
We've got some questions on what happens now that MLB has put everything on hold and the Twins have sent their players home from spring training. What happens to the length of the season? When will we restart? Will the first game include crowds? Patrick Reusse and Derek Wetmore have a ton of questions, and none of us have the answers right now.…
 
Our guest today is Therese Anne Fowler, here to talk with us about her latest novel, A Good Neighborhood. Fowler has penned a gripping contemporary novel that examines the American dream through the lens of two families living side by side in an idyllic neighborhood, over the course of one summer that changes their lives irrevocably. Our Barnes & N…
 
Derek Falvey joins Judd Zulgad in Fort Myers to talk about the encouraging spring training the Twins are having. Plus, an in-depth chat on Byron Buxton's health and the ongoing conversations with the Twins. Also, Kenta Maeda, the trade target they wouldn't let get away. And the postseason experience littered around the Twins' clubhouse. Fun chat on…
 
Will the Twins pay off this bet with a World Series appearance? A trophy? Derek Wetmore and Judd Zulgad talk about the veteran qualities that they've brought into the clubhouse this year, and there's no way that it's by accident. Will it work?Also, an update on the coronavirus as it continues to affect Major League Baseball and the Twins. Judd has …
 
Byron Buxton says he's studied film this winter of how some great centerfielders interacted with the outfield wall: Ken Griffey Jr., Torii Hunter and Kevin Kiermaier. Will that help him stay healthy all summer in 2020? Derek Wetmore and Judd Zulgad try to untangle the whole thing, on this SKOR North Twins Show. We also sent Judd to Fort Myers, Flor…
 
With roughly 2 weeks left in spring training, Patrick Reusse ponders more on how the Twins final roster will shape out once the team is ready to start the regular season. Will Byron Buxton get enough of a look to be ready for opening day? If not, who will be the man in center field? Patrick also tells Derek Wetmore & Manny Hill who has stood out th…
 
Mandy Bell, who covers the Cleveland Indians on a daily basis, joins the show to tell us: the Indians are embracing the role of underdogs in the A.L. Central. Mandy also tells us about the return in the Corey Kluber trade, the contract situation with MVP candidate Francisco Lindor, and much more insight on the Twins' biggest foes in the American Le…
 
The If/Then game! Example: If the Twins get a full healthy season from Byron Buxton, then they will finally beat the Yankees in October. You get the idea. Derek Wetmore and Phil Mackey kick around a few crucial if/then scenarios, PLUS dig in on the idea that the Twins front office may have solved one of the team's biggest weaknesses when it comes t…
 
What part of the Twins entering 2020 are you the LEAST sure about? On this crossover, Derek Wetmore and Ramie Makhlouf go over Byron Buxton (off the board), the pitching, Eddie Rosario and Mitch Garver. It's a great conversation about regression, confidence, and the state of a great ball club, on SKOR North Live [M-F, 12-2p on SKOR North].…
 
Which players are most important to the Twins being successful this season? Pat Reusse joins Jake Depue for an all-Fort Myers edition of the Twins Show. Pat points out that with these Twins, it's rare to win a job in spring training. Other topics include: How good can the Twins be if everyone stays healthy? The importance of diversity on the Twins …
 
Our guest today is non-other than James McBride, author of the National Book Award-winning The Good Lord Bird. James is with us to discuss his latest book Deacon King Kong, a captivating novel about what happens to the witnesses of a shooting in a Brooklyn housing project. Listen in as we go in-depth with James on what it was like to pen Deacon Kin…
 
MLB spring training is different in 2020 than in year's past, and the Twins are no exception. Pat Reusse explains the differences in today's camp, and how Rocco Baldelli probably perceives the preseason exhibitions.Derek Wetmore and Manny Hill join the conversation, and other topics include Royce Lewis, Lewis Thorpe, Nick Gordon, Trevor Larnach, Br…
 
How good can this Twins team be? Jake Depue and MLB.com beat writer Do-Hyoung Park discuss. Park sheds light on how this year's clubhouse differs from last year, what last year's ALDS taught them, and the behind-the-scenes impact of Josh Donaldson. Park and Depue also discuss the Astros scandal and it's impact on baseball.…
 
Max Kepler returns to make his spring training debut, Eddie Rosario explains his ambition, and Byron Buxton is on the slow track back. Is the Twins' outfield trio in line for big things in 2020.Derek Wetmore is joined by Jake Depue from Fort Myers, where it is sunny and warm but a little windy.By info@podcastone.com
 
Last season Twins starter Jose Berrios was on top of the world when he hit a midseason lull. Why did that happen to a guy who is notorious for never missing a workout? What could he -- and the Twins -- do to get him back on track in short order for the postseason?The Twins looked to answer that question, and they think they solves the riddle. The a…
 
Do the Twins have the pitching to get it done in October? And are we really going to keep re-hashing this debate forever? Derek Wetmore and Ramie Makhlouf get to the heart of their disagreement over the 2020 Twins - Why Wetmore thinks that they can get it done and Ramie thinks they're an impact pitcher away. During the show, news broke that Yankees…
 
José Berríos made his first start of the spring over the weekend, and Pat Reusse came away impressed. Pat talks with Derek Wetmore and Manny Hill about the 2020 outlook for José Berríos, and several other important storylines during Twins spring training. Also included in this show: How the Astros cheating scandal could affect the Players Union (ML…
 
Royce Lewis and Torii Hunter have a bond over baseball, and each one has something to teach the other. "The teacher is the student; the student is the teacher," Hunter says. In this episode, Royce and Torii take us behind the curtain on what that means to them, and exactly how it has played out in the first two weeks of spring training. Royce also …
 
The Twins are experimenting with Force Plates this spring training. What are they? And how will they make hitters and pitchers better? Derek Wetmore and Phil Mackey dive into the weeds. Main takeaway: The Twins are intellectually curious and it's a great sign for the future of the organization. Plus, 10 contract extension candidates with the Minnes…
 
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