September 10, 2012

Filed under: Podcast Review,publishing,Recommendation — adamsdoyle @ 10:06 am

While it’s remained just outside of popular culture, Ender’s Game makes many lists as the greatest science fiction novel of all time. It is, to be sure, one of the most beloved. It most definitely is for me.

If you’re a fan of Orson Scott Card, or an aspiring writer who appreciates good advice, I highly recommend his interview on The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast. He knows what he’s talking about. Furthermore, he knows why he knows what he’s talking about. Listen to this show. I’ll be listening to it again. And in the next few years, be reading Ender’s Game for sixth time.

March 3, 2011

Filed under: Illustration,News,Podcast Review,Recommendation — adamsdoyle @ 1:46 am

My man Tripp Lanier is an incredibly capable and successful life coach. Host of The New Man Podcast I’ve learned an enormous amount from his conversations. He’s been using my artwork lately in conjunction with the work he shares, which is terrific because it provides a really substantial context for my images beneath the aesthetics. People can connect with my bird or horse painting out of relating to his narrative of seeking personal transformation. Check his stuff out. I’m a big fan and enjoying our collaboration.


December 17, 2010

Filed under: Illustration,News,Podcast Review — adamsdoyle @ 6:05 pm

Created the album artwork for one my favorite podcasts- The Drabblecast, hosted by the ineffable Norm Sherman. The tale Scales follows a girl haunted by a snake-man who kidnaps her little sister. Written by Samantha Henderson. Listen to the episode here. It’s a really charmingly textured tale.


May 27, 2010

Filed under: Podcast Review — adamsdoyle @ 1:08 pm

I listen to and enjoy a lot of podcasts while I work, so I thought it’d be worthwhile to share those that I’ve found to be the best ones out there.

Where to begin? Well I’ll just dive in and recommend my favorite one out there – Radiolab. This public radio show comes out of the tradition established by This American Life, but has it’s own amazing feel and science-angled themes that make it one of the most fascinating hours of storytelling on the air. Hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, their friendly banter welcomes us in to the incredibly thought-provoking realms explored. Topics range from Time to Morality to Limits (of human ability). This is the one series I’m happy to listen to repeatedly, as the well-woven, tactilely auditory stories offer insightful inlets into the nature of existence from a place of genuine wonder. I can’t say enough how much I love this show. Love love love.


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