TBM 1712.25 DDOPAdvent-07: A Prayer for Social Justice

Advent Candles

Description:

#Audio. Many voices, one common wish for peace and social justice

Excerpt:

Fill the hearts of mankind with the fire of your love, and with the desire to ensure justice for all.

Links and References

Credits:

  • The Bathtub Mermaid: Tales from the Tub is written and produced by Melissa A. Bartell, and is recorded and produced using the BossJock iPad app and Audacity.
  • Bathtub Mermaid album art was created by Rebecca Moran of Moran Media
  • Music used for the opening and closing is David Popper’s “Village Song” as performed by Cello Journey. This music came from the podsafe music archive at Mevio’s Music Alley, which site is now defunct.

DDOP-1509.04: Turnabout – A Conversation with MissMelysse

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

Turnabout – A Conversation with MissMelysse

For my last entry of the 2015 edition of the Dog Days of Podcasting, my good friend Debra Smouse turns the tables and asks me the same questions I’ve asked everyone else.

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

MissMeliss.com
Bibliotica.com
19 Nocturne Boulevard
Between the Lines Studios
Gypsy Audio
Pendant Audio
Dog Days of Podcasting

DDOP-1509.03: A Conversation with KM

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

A Conversation with KM

Writer, poet, crafter, and purveyor of awesome body projects – we’ve never met in person, but she’s a friend nevertheless.

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

KM at FanFiction.net
KM at Deviant Art
KM on Twitter
Dog Days of Podcasting

DDOP-1509.02 – A Conversation with Nuchtchas

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

A Conversation with Nuchtchas

Artist, podcaster, fellow bacon afficionado, Nuchtchas and I spent an hour mostly answering the ten questions everyone gets asked.

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

NIMLAS.org
Nuchtchas on Facebook
Nuchtchas on Twitter
Dog Days of Podcasting

DDOP-1508.28: A Conversation with Becca

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

A Conversation with Becca Rowan

I’ve known Becca online for over a decade, and worked with her on All Things Girl, but this is the first time we’ve ever actually spoken to each other.

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

Becca Rowan
Life in General
Dog Days of Podcasting

DDOP-1508.24 – A Conversation with Jancis & Tierra

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

A Conversation with Thomas Jancis & Tierra Bonser

He’s British; she’s from Colorado, and they’re both nearly done with being grad students in theatre, talking to me from her kitchen in London.
Accompaniment provided by the rail line just outside.

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

Thomas Jancis on Twitter
Broken Bird Theatre
Broken Bird on Facebook
Bark Theatre
Bark Theatre on Twitter
Dog Days of Podcasting

DDOP-1508.21: A Conversation With Chuck Tomasi

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

A Conversation with Chuck Tomasi

He’s one of my favorite podcasters, and a genuinely nice guy. He’ll make you melt when he talks about a particularly meaningful song, and we insult the French.

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

Chuck Tomasi
Dog Days of Podcasting

DDOP-1508.18 – A Conversation with Debra Smouse

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

A Conversation with Debra Smouse

Debra Smouse: Writer, life coach, detangler, and one of my first friends in Texas, Debra and I talk about writing, and how everything comes back to STORY. What’s your story?

(This interview is rambly and unedited. May contain adult language. You’ve been warned.)

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

Debra Smouse
Twitter
Facebook
Dog Days of Podcasting

DDOP-1508.17: A Conversation with Susan Fogel

Dog Days of Podcasting

Show Notes

A Conversation with Susan Fogel

Susan Fogel: Writer, real estate guru, sewist, and my mother, we chat about life in Mexico, espresso bars with no decaf, and I even let her tell one baby story.

(This interview is rambly and unedited. Probably contains adult language. You’ve been warned.)

Credits

Music

Music for this episode was provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. Visit them at music.mevio.com.
Opening: “Soap in a Bathtub” by Stoney
Closing Music: “You Can Use My Bathtub” by Little Thom

Production

Recorded and Produced using BossJock and Audacity.

Links

Mexico Musings
Susan Sews Daily
Facebook
Dog Days of Podcasting

Holidailies 2014 #14: Stars and Stories

Excerpt from Today’s Show:

But I know we need to keep warm here on earth
And when your shawl is as thin as mine is, you tell stories.

Links:

MissMeliss: (MissMeliss: The Bathtub Mermaid)
Holidailies (http://www.holidailies.org/)

Credits:

“How Palestinians Keep Warm,” by Naomi Shahib Nye
“Why Not a Star?” by Margaret Gooding
The Bathtub Mermaid: Tales from the Tub is written and produced by Melissa A. Bartell, and is recorded and produced using the BossJock iPad app.

Music for The Bathtub Mermaid is provided by Mevio’s Music Alley, a great resource for podsafe music. The standard opening song is “Soap in a Bathtub,” by Stoney. The standard closing song is “You Can Use My Bathtub, by Little Thom. Additional music used for the Holidailies project is “A Podcast Christmas Theme” by Tom Shad, and “Village Song” composed by David Popper and performed by Cello Journey.