The Leftscape Podcast is still reeling from the results of the midterm elections, but take time to talk to Andy Burns regarding his book about ‘The Stand.’
On this episode of ‘The Leftscape Podcast,’ the hosts discuss Samhain traditions, divination techniques, and the artist behind the classic Tarot deck.
This week, The Leftscape is excited to share an extended interview with Doc Coyle, guitarist for the platinum-selling band Bad Wolves and host of The Ex-Man podcast.
Indie singer/songwriter Rorie Kelly has been compared to Joni Mitchell and Sara Bareilles for her catchy-confessional songwriting style, and to Alanis Morissette and Janis Joplin for her raw powerhouse vocals.
On this episode of The Leftscape Podcast, Robin, Mary, and Wendy discuss the Kavanaugh hearings and turning the tumult into opportunities for healing.
The Leftscape is known for dealing with some challenging issues from time to time, but this is the first episode that has been given an official heads up.
The Leftscape interview honors Bisexual Awareness Week and Bi Visibility Month with a conversation with social activist, writer, artist, and secular minister Cedric Maurice.
Ahoy ye landlubbers! An’ has Th’ Leftscape ever got a show fer ye! Lend us yer ears as Dread Pirate Wendy, Bloody Mary, an’ Robin El Terrible tell ye a tale. . .
This week, The Leftscape takes an unexpected vacation from political news to catch up on a personal update as Mary McGinley, Wendy Sheridan, and Robin Renée talk about Mary’s Labor Day Weekend mishap.
This week on The Leftscape, Mary McGinley sits down with her good friend and fellow activist Peggy Farrelly, Program Director of the Psychology and Counseling Department at Seton Hall and the President of … Continue reading The Leftscape Podcast: ‘NOW and the Future (Episode 14)’
The Leftscape is back after a week away, which allowed time for Wendy Sheridan to attend WorldCon 76 in San Jose, CA.
Can feminists of differing ages and cultures understand one another? Where are the disconnects? What can we learn from each other? Who tends to shy away from identifying with the “f” word, and who embraces it?