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Disruptive conversations is a blog series where I record Skype conversations with people who are working to transform or disrupt a sector or system. Sometimes I do in-person interviews, but they are usually done over Skype. This podcast was recorded on Skype. For my first 30 episodes music was provided by Clint Harewood. Email - clint.harewood@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tamo.T Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clint-harewood-42446342
 
Rex Beach was born in Atwood, Michigan to a prominent family and pursued a career as a lawyer before being drawn to Alaska at the time of the Klondike Gold Rush. After five years of unsuccessful prospecting, he turned to writing. His first novel, The Spoilers, was based on a true story of corrupt government officials stealing gold mines from prospectors, which Beach witnessed while he was prospecting in Nome, Alaska. The novel begins with the return of Dextry and Roy Glenister to Nome to rec ...
 
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In this conversation with Daniel, you hear from two people who are really fascinated with understanding conversations. We take a practical and philosophical journey thinking about and exploring our current thoughts on conversations. Here are some of the things that stood out for me in this conversation. We are designing conversations all the time. …
 
In our last episode of the season, host Ely talks to Samy Souissi, creator of Desperado, about death gods, found families, urban fantasy, and more. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Desperado on Patreon. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episode of Radio Drama Revival was recorded in the unceded terr…
 
Desperado is one part folklore, one part road trip, one part rag-tag team of death god champions learning more about themselves and each other. Join us for this showcase of a breakout audio drama of 2020. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Desperado on Patreon. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episod…
 
In this conversation between host Elena Fernández Collins and Ivuoma Okoro, creator of VEGA, hear conversations about moving to LA only to find the industry lacking, methods of storytelling, dystopias versus utopias versus protopias, and why Avatar: The Last Airbender rules. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Ivuoma Okoro on Patreon. Learn…
 
A bounty hunter looks for her next target--and she's the best at what she does. But what happens when one of her marks gets away? Listen in to our showcase of Ivuoma Okoro's VEGA! Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Ivuoma Okoro on Patreon. Moment of Wil: Yhara Zayd's "Holes & The Prison-Industrial Complex" Learn more about how to support R…
 
Listen in to Ely's conversation with the mysterious narrators of Midst--aka Matt, Ben, and Sara. Hear discussions about narration, improvisation, millennial struggles, and more. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Midst on Patreon. You can read the essay from the Moment of Wil on LitHub. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival o…
 
Dan Doty describes himself as a father, husband, entrepreneur and outdoorsman. He is the co-founder of Everyman. A global organization that brings men together to learn and practice emotional skill sets. Men too can learn to be in touch with the vulnerable parts of life. They can learn to express as fully as possible. This conversation with Dan was…
 
Fall into the strange world of Midst, where the moon is falling, the vibes are shady, and the narrators are unreliable. This week, we're showcasing the sci-fi podcast's first two episodes. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Midst on Patreon. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episode of Radio Drama Rev…
 
In this interview with two of Windfall's creators, siblings Adam and Bob Raymonda, hear details about music, sound, and texture--but also about family, cults of personality, and police states. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Rogue Dialogue on Patreon. Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website. This episode of Ra…
 
In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, we hear from Liz Elam, founder of the largest coworking conference in the world know as the Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC). There are a number of great takeaways. Here are a few of the insights I found helpful. To change your life, you have to change something you do every day. Later in …
 
Things are dire in the city of Windfall. The childish monarch, Wanda, rules over her people with little care for who they are. A team of all-powerful police called the Wolfpack keep people "in line." Listen in to our showcase of Windfall and see how people cope in this high-genre, but all too real, podcast. Like what you hear? Us too. You can suppo…
 
Join Ely in this conversation with NIGHTLIGHT creator Tonia Ransom, in which the two discuss the rise of Black horror, tension and suspense in fiction, what makes a good twist ending, and more. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support NIGHTLIGHT on the show's site. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on…
 
In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, I interview Isobel Stevenson, Director of Organizational Learning at the Connecticut Center for School Change. The Center is a nonprofit based in Hartford, Connecticut. In this conversation, we discuss a range of topics that span areas like coaching, leadership, evaluation, and even the role of gaming th…
 
This Halloween season, we bring you a spotlight of NIGHTLIGHT, a podcast of Black horror fiction by creator and producer Tonia Ransom. Buckle in--it's going to be a wild, chilling ride. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support NIGHTLIGHT on the show's site. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our web…
 
In this conversation with Muna Hussen and Jon Ware of I Am In Eskew, hear discussions of horrific architecture, isolation, greed and love, and creating about all of these topics . . . during a global pandemic. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support the team on their website. Moment of Wil: Jacob Geller's "Cities Without People": https://www.yo…
 
In this special bonus episode, learn how the Writers Guild of America is helping provide resources for audio fiction creators! More about the WGA Audio Alliance: https://wgaeast.org/wgaaudio Get added to the database RSVP to the October 26th, 2020 panel About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Su…
 
Let's kick off Spooky Month with I Am In Eskew, a completed story filled with body horror and other creeping terrors. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support the podcast on their website. Moment of Wil recommendations: Junji Ito's Gyo (for the story "The Enigma of Amigara Fault): https://www.booksamillion.com/p/Gyo-Deluxe/Junji-Ito/978142157915…
 
David Burkus has focused much of work, writing and research on how to not make work suck. A common joke in the world of organizational psychologists. He written books on creativity, networking, teams, teamwork and more recently remote work. In general, he asks, what do we think we know about work? Now that we have some ideas around that, what does …
 
In this interview with Moonface's James Kim, we tackle questions of emotional processing, collaboration, and the differences between public radio and indie podcasting. Like what you hear? Us too. You can find more about James Kim on his website. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Support El…
 
Jay Campbell is a client of Rosewood Wealth Management who--back in 2003--argued a case before the Supreme Court, representing a group of West Virginia coal miners in the case Doe v. Chao. At a time when the Supreme Court is getting lots of attention from lots of folks, Jay shares his behind-the-scenes story of how the Court really works.…
 
Explore the discomfort of disconnect in identity with James Kim's MOONFACE, a realistic, semi-autobiographical audio drama mini-series about a gay Korean-American man's struggle to come out to his mother using the language they can both understand. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support James Kim on his website. About Radio Drama Revival: Lear…
 
In this week's interview, host Elena Fernández Collins talks with Temujin creator Roshan Singh about colonization, Shakespeare, the histories of storytelling, and how Temujin was created starting from its earliest inspirations. Moment of Wil: You can watch Sherliza Moé's video "Asian cultural app𝖗opriation : Star Wars & Avatar the last airbender PA…
 
In this episode, I interview John Ruffolo former Chief Executive Officer of OMERS Ventures. We explore how many of the entrepreneurs they invest in have a passion for solving a problem. He tells the story of Shopify. One of Canada’s great entrepreneurial stories. John and his team look for founders who care deeply about the problem to be solved. He…
 
What if you were forced to tell your history at the end of an arrow aimed at your head? That's the onset for this adaptation of Temujin, known as The Secret History of the Mongols, a Mongolian epic saga about Genghis Khan's life. This is a showcase that will grip your heart and squeeze. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support find more about Te…
 
Larry Falivena is a client of Rosewood Wealth Management who has been battling ALS for the last several years. He joins John Stillman in studio to discuss the disease, the emotional and financial effects on his family, and the nationwide tour of all 30 Major League ballparks that he went on last year in an effort to raise funds and awareness.…
 
In this episode of Radio Drama Revival, join host Ely as they talk with Rye Dorsey and Zachary Goldberg, the creators of Childish, about everything from racism and satire to their own wild times as college RAs. Like what you heard? You can find more of Childish on their website at: [https://www.whalebus.net/childish-episodes] (https://www.whalebus.…
 
In this conversation, Peter and I explore how solution-focused conversation has helped to shape his view of the world. This conversation is full of beautiful insights, stories, metaphors and quotable quotes. Here are some of the things that stood out for me in the conversation. Where do we have power and influence in conversations? Peter reminded m…
 
Have you ever been so inspired by someone that you want to walk in their shoes, experience what they experienced to get a taste of their success? That's how protagonist Dante feels about Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, in Whale Bus's limited series musical Childish. Join us for this showcase; you won't want to miss it. Like what you heard? You…
 
This week, we have something special for you. Host Emeritus Fred Greenhalgh presents the graduating class of his free online audio drama training course, “So You Wanna Make Audio Drama?” in partnership with the amazing folks over at Bondfire Radio (https://bondfireradio.com/). About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama R…
 
Michael Unger is a professor of social work and is currently the Canada Research Chair in Child, Family and Community Resilience at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. Although he began his career as a family therapist, today he is a researcher and looks at resilience in populations that under stress. He works around the world to try to unders…
 
Aneil Gokhale is the Director of Philanthropy at the Toronto Foundation. In this conversation, he and I cover a range of topics related to Philanthropy and the charitable sector. At the Foundation, he and his colleagues are trying to get people to think differently about how they give. In our conversation, we cover a range of inflexion points withi…
 
In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, I speak with Sarah Kaplan (PhD). Sarah is an innovation scholar at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. She has recently written the book The 360˚ Corporation. Today, Sarah works to explore how ideas from innovation can be applied in a way that helps to create a world of social and ec…
 
Can we change the way people have dialogue? Can we make their interactions better? This is the simple premise of Haesun’s work. Admittedly, we share similar perspectives on the role conversations play and their potential to help people thrive. So often, we blame other people for not communicating well. When we are in fact not listening. Conversatio…
 
Stefan Kollenberg is a Co-Founder of Crescendo. Crescendo delivers tailored microlearning for every employee inside of Slack. In our conversation, we discuss a number of themes. I really struggled to summarize this conversation but some of the things that stood out for me were: Using existing platforms to deliver a novel solution. Crescendo uses Sl…
 
In this episode, I talk with Misha Glouberman and I explore the nuance of a conversation. Admittedly, this was not my best interview. There was a moment in the interview where I was so caught up in being understood that Misha and I got in a silly dance where I broke all the rules of successful conversations. The irony of this conversation is that i…
 
Sille Krukow is a Nudge Behavioral Design expert. She describes her work as using applied behavioral science to work to change behavior in a variety of industries. She stumbled into the field out of a desire to create an impact in the world. In her previous experiences, she found that she did great design and campaign work but she was never really …
 
In this very extremely special episode, the RDR team breaks down how we make an episode from start to finish, as inspired by our listener Leslie Joyce. Then, we talk some big, exciting changes for RDR's upcoming season. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Sup…
 
The final interview of the season! Hear David talk to the wonderful Raul Vega about his background in music, his similarities and differences to characters in Rose Drive, and making his first written work. We'll see you again next week for a very special episode. One that will probably have less snail content. Like what you hear? Us too. You can su…
 
This week, join us for a strange, surreal journey down Rose Drive. It's a story about memory, conspiracy, truth, and lies, from the perspective of an unreliable narrator returning to his Northern California home. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Support Wi…
 
It's time for Ely's interview with the creators of Mabel, Becca De La Rosa and . . . (squints to read more closely) Mabel Martin? Yes pals, that's right. Mabel Martin. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Mabel on Patreon. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Find David Rheinstrom on T…
 
It's the chilling story of identity, the unknown, and a love that flourishes despite the odds--it's the story of Mabel. Join this episode's host, Elena Fernández Collins, for our showcase of this spooky tale. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Mabel on Patreon. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival …
 
This week, hear David interview Dania Ramos and Michael Aquino of Timestorm. Topics of discussion include: Puerto Rican history The choice to not change history Colonization as a natural disaster The spirit of Puerto Rico and identity Google Podcast program, yay! Binaural mics Creating as a married couple Bravery in Timestorm Mentors and guides Lik…
 
Journey back in time for a story about family, history, memory, and the lives of two kids in Newark with Puerto Rican heritage. This week, we're listening to Timestorm by Cocotazo Media and PRX. Cocotazo Media: https://www.cocotazomedia.com/ Puerto Rican history: https://discoverpuertorico.com/island/history The Hispanic Federation: https://hispani…
 
It's stories on stories this week as David interviews Jordan Stillman and Brandon M. Crose of The Ordinary Epic. Hear them discuss: How they met Their histories with RPGs, and inspirations for the OE characters Brandon's work on Second Shift, and changes in approach since then Jordan's role as script editor and Season 2 writer How people reveal the…
 
It's an actual play in an audio drama! Here's our showcase of The Ordinary Epic, a story about the stories we make together in tabletop roleplaying games. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support The Ordinary Epic by visiting their website. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Find David R…
 
Radio Drama Revival is one of the internet’s longest-running anthology audio drama shows, with the goal of showcasing the diversity and vitality of modern audio fiction. Every other week, Radio Drama Revival releases a selection of episodes from work of fiction by a creator in the audio drama community. The weeks following these showcases feature a…
 
Sci-fi, puppets, tinder, and fatbergs--this interview with We Fix Space Junk creators Hedley Knights and Beth Crane's got it all. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support Battlebird Productions on Patreon. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our website Find David Rheinstrom on Twitter Support Wil Wi…
 
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