Recently Read - book reviews from The Incomparable
Erika continues enjoying her reread of the Fallen Blade series. And Blade Reforged is a good jumping-on point! Erika Ensign Referenced Works Blade Reforged [Amazon] [Apple] Show Notes & Links Text version of podcast on Erika's blog
Recently Read 63: "Blade Reforged" by Kelly McCullough
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Erika continues enjoying her reread of the Fallen Blade series. And Blade Reforged is a good jumping-on point! Host Erika Ensign Referenced Works Blade Reforged [Amazon] [Apple] Show Notes & Links Text version of podcast on Erika's blog
Diabetes Patients Are At Higher Risk for COVID-19: Kelly McCullough, RD
SNF Spotlight Series
Fresenius Medical Care is a kidney dialysis care company that caters to kidney care, vascular access care, and integrated renal care. They aim to deliver superior care that improves the quality of life of every patient, every day, setting the standard by which others in the healthcare industry are judged. Kelly McCullough, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Fresenius Medical Care spot to Yitz Rubin of Renewal Rehab about diabetes, dialysis, and the effect COVID-19 has on both.
For this episode I interview Kelly McCullough, a high school teacher at the Upper Grand District School Board. Kelly helps run urbanartsguelph.ca MADE with her colleague Jeff Bersche, an arts-focused experiential learning course here in Guelph. And since experiential learning steps outside the classroom...Jenny really wanted to explore what that might mean for students during a quarantine. Are kids who take to venturing outside the traditional classroom structure more resilient when asked to shift to a totally new reality? Is this more experiential, or simply more isolating? How are kids coping? What does this look like for students graduating? We talk about this, about the very real challenges of emergency learning, about the occasional positive highlights to come out of this strange time, and our collective hope that students will brave this global pandemic okay and receive the support they need. Find out more about MADE at https://www.urbanartsguelph.ca/This episode was originally recorded on May 28th 2020. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit bridgingthesocialdistance.substack.com
The Humanist Hour #207: Kelly McCullough on Building Religion through Stories
The Humanist Hour
Kelly McCullough is a fantasy and science fiction author with twelve novels under his belt to date. Despite being raised outside religion, his work often focuses on what it means to exist in a world where gods are real. In his WebMage series, McCullough’s protagonist is the descendent of one of the Greek Fates. His Fallen Blade series follows what happens when the goddess of justice is killed by the other gods in her pantheon.This week, Kelly McCullough talks to Stephanie Zvan about why he explores the themes of religion in his books. He also talks about having accidentally created a religion outside his writing and how he managed to become one of those nearly mythical atheist politicians in the U.S.
Behind the Mic with Kelly McCullough (Author of The Fallen Blade)
GraphicAudio - Behind The Mic
Director Ken Jackson speaks with Author Kelly McCullough about the GraphicAudio Series "THE FALLEN BLADE". Once a fabled Blade of Namara, Aral Kingslayer fought for justice and his goddess alongside his familiar, a living shadow called Triss. Now with their goddess murdered and her temple destroyed, they are among the last of their kind. Surviving on the fringes of society, Aral becomes a drunken, broken, and wanted man, working whatever shadowy deal comes his way. Until a mysterious woman hires him to deliver a secret message-one that can either redeem him or doom him.