Writer, culture critic, and musician Greg Tate talks about free jazz, Black modernism, spiritualized futurism, and his new collection Flyboy 2: the Greg Tate Readerhttps://www.dukeupress.edu/flyboy-2

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Legendary occult book-dealer Todd Pratum talks about rejected knowledge, growing up Californian, book synchronicities, and the loss of knowledge in the age of the Internet. http://www.pratum.com/

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Author and journalist Claire Hoffman talks about TM, yogic flying, belief, and her new memoir Greetings from Utopia Park: Surviving a Transcendent Childhoodhttp://www.clairehoffman.com/

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Speculative fiction writer and book collector Jack Womack talks about flying saucers, modern myth, UFO blueprints, and his new book Flyings Saucers are Real!, which samples from his extensive UFO Library. http://shop.mexicansummer.com/product/jack-womack-flying-saucers-real/

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Writer, scientist, and Shulginist Lex Pelger talks about medical marijuana, Moby Dick, queer weed warriors, and the healing power of sharing our stories about drugs. www.lexpelger.com

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Author, journalist and WFMU DJ Jess Jarnow talks about Dead shows, distribution rings, LSD "religion", and his comprehensive new book Heads: A Biography of Psychedelic Americahttp://www.jessejarnow.com/about/ 

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University of Chicago anthropologist William Mazzarella talks about psychological resonance, the concept of mana, and how magic helps illuminate advertising and propaganda. https://chicago.academia.edu/WilliamMazzarellamana-1.jpg

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Writer and biodynamic farmer Stephen Crimi talks about chthonic goddesses, Dead songs, spiritual food, and his new book Katabatic Wind: Good Craic Fueled by Fumes from the Abyss.

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kkk.jpegTechnology writer and futurist Kevin Kelly talks about digital socialism, surveillance fears, and the cosmic force fueling technology. Kevin's new book is The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces that Will Shape our Future.  

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  CyborgNinjaFox2.pngAn inspiring discussion with writer, feminist, and historian of science Donna Haraway about cyborg companions, animal loves, and why the Chthulucene is a better name for our era than the Anthropocence. Donna's new book is Manifestly Haraway, which collects “The Cyborg Manifesto” with the “The Companion Species Manifesto.”

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