Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Episode One-hundred eighteen: If You Be Hyde, I'll Be Seek

Welcome to our first episode of Jekyll and Hyde!

This episode has chapter one and many links mentioned (and many links I didn't get to, so those will be in the next episode).

Here's what I spoke of: Jennie the Potter, Meg's Etsy, Becky's album for her Etsy, some REALLY good free music (spread the word), Bly's Little Book on the Human Shadow, You Suck, the article about the hats at the Daily Chum, Spin-Off (or here), and a lovely year-end tale sent in by Meg.

Plus, here's what Mr. Stevenson looked like.
Handsome Devil.


Whoopie doo and a Happy New Year!

1 comment:

  1. katrog5:04 PM

    J&H is going to be so interesting! I love the theme of the shadow figure, and it is certainly a concept that is relevant today. (May have more to say on that another time.)

    With regard to the "pea soup fog"--it wasn't only the streets of London that were dim and gloomy. (And the coal burning didn't stop until 1956!) The insides of Victorian homes were dark, muffled in curtains, and full of soot from the coal fires burning within. It wasn't only the wealthy who had multiple servants fighting a never-ending battle to keep things clean. There is a fascinating book called Inside the Victorian Home, by Judith Flanders which I recommend to anyone with an interest in Victorian domestic arrangements. The writing is lively and the details fascinating.

    Thank you so much for your podcast!

    Kathleen Rogers

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