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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Heather O'Donnell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Heather O'Donnell, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Heather O'Donnell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Heather O'Donnell, often where they are interviewed.

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THE BOOKSELLERS - D.W. Young, Heather O'Donnell, Rebecca Romney

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In this episode, Film Forum Presents a conversation between D.W. Young, director of the delightful, illuminating new documentary portrait of the rare book trade, THE BOOKSELLERS, and two of the film’s subjects – Heather O’Donnell of Honey & Wax Booksellers and Rebecca Romney of Type Punch Matrix – recorded especially for the podcast. THE BOOKSELLERS is available for home viewing in our Virtual Cinema at www.filmforum.org. Pictured left to right: D.W. Young, Heather O’Donnell, Rebecca Romney. (D.W. Young photo by Melanie Metz; Heather O’Donnell photo by Dave Pappas; Rebecca Romney photo by Peter Bolte)

May 06 2020 · 37mins
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Heather O'Donnell on the joys of buying, selling and collecting books

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"Heather O'Donnell grew up in the library stacks and bookstore aisles of suburban Delaware. In 1989, she moved to New York City, where she studied English at Columbia, and held down a series of bookish jobs on the side: working the cash register at the Strand, shelving photobooks in the Avery Library, sifting the slush pile at Grand Street. While writing her doctoral dissertation in the Yale English department, Heather worked as a curatorial assistant at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. In 2004 she left academia to pursue the rare book trade full-time. For seven years, she worked as a bookseller in the New York gallery of Bauman Rare Books. In the fall of 2011, she founded Honey & Wax Booksellers in Brooklyn. In 2017, she and Rebecca Romney established the annual Honey & Wax Book Collecting Prize of $1000 for a young woman book collector."

We met at her office early one crisp October morning to talk about all of the above, plus Gertrude Stein, Henry James, completionists, bona fide collectors, publishers' bindings and women reading, the need for unusual distinctive inventory, the way core texts reach wider audiences, apprenticing, James Jaffe, and the valuable contribution collectors make to society. 

Feb 29 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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0011: Mission: Interview with Heather O'Donnell

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In this episode we interview the darling Heather O'Donnell on the topic of Mission.

Heather is a local creative. She sings, writes, encourages, oh, and has a day job. Just like us, she is challenged to grow and learn her way through life.  We appreciate her vulnerability, strength, and candor. She's a hoot! We hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we did


Reminder: each week we interview someone regarding our weekly topic. We ask the same four questions that we have been discussing in the previous 4 episodes.

How does this topic impact:

(1) you; 

(2) your relationship with God;

(3) your relationships with your closest people, and 

(4) your community?



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May 20 2019 · 35mins
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On Record with Heather O'Donnell: Considering Clara Schumann

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Clara Schumann blazed a path for women in music, composing and soloing at a time when it was unheard of for women to have a professional career in that world. Yet, we still hear murmers of discontent: she was mean, she wasn't supportive of her husband Robert, she neglected her kids. This "soft misogyny," as pianist Heather O'Donnell calls it, has tainted the legacy of a great artist.
Mar 08 2019 · 29mins
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Whistler Muay Thai Instructor Heather O'Donnell Interview

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  Heather O'Donnell from the Sunshine Coast in Australia, is back in Whistler and living what we call here #theWhistlerLife.  She has found a way to travel, share the love of Muay Thai as she goes, and has built strong friendships that last. She has won several Titles - WMC Featherweight South Pacific champion, Arafura Asia Pacific games Gold medalist 2009 to name a couple. I got a chance to meet up with her at Whistler Core on a Sunday afternoon, a rare afternoon we both had off and had a chat about the journey. - Anyssa Jane

Jan 29 2019 · 16mins