It’s been a minute since Biff Bam Pop got an update on The Leftscape Podcast. 2020 has been… well… quite the year.
A freelance writer and performing songwriter, Robin Renée‘s work has appeared in many publications including PanGaia, Blessed Bi Spirit, Big Hammer #12, The New York Quarterly, Songwriter’s Market, and That Takes Ovaries – Bold Females and their Brazen Acts (Random House). Recordings include In Progress, All Six Senses, Live Devotion, spirit.rocks.sexy, and This. Robin is one of the co-hosts of The Leftscape podcast. Robin Renée
In Episode 68 of The Leftscape, Arretta Cuff relays some remarkable stories of incidents in her life from the 1940s through present times.
n Episode 66, Robin speaks with Tom Martin of Haddon Township, NJ, who has a true passion for books.
In Episode 65, Wendy Sheridan speaks with Professor David S. Schwartz about the two centuries-old Supreme Court case, McCulloch v. Maryland.
This week’s guest on The Leftscape is Laura Peters, the Maryland Legislative Coordinator for Amnesty International USA.
The Leftscape remembers Alan Semok, husband of co-host Mary McGinley, and Pat McCann, Mary’s nephew.
Learn the secrets of Halloween haunts and spend some time in the court of the Crimson King on this episode of the Leftscape.
Activist poet Analysis reads from his latest work and discusses revolutionary Christianity on this episode of the Leftscape. Also, is it ever a bad time to talk about ‘Star Trek?’
What if some of the things we believed about race relations were wrong? Learn more in an interview with David Jamison on this week’s Leftscape podcast.
Music lovers will want to hear this interview with emospacebird, an artist who is coming into her own, on this week’s installment of The Leftscape.
Non-violent protest, the far right, and how hate groups form are at the core of this week’s conversation with Bill Lutz on the Leftscape.
The Leftscape Podcast: ‘Celebrating Bisexual+ Identities with Robyn Ochs, part 2 (Episode 57)’