Sundays at 5pm ET / 2pm PT
Pranks, clowns, and the aesthetics of chaos: a talk with John Law and Carrie Galbraith, co-authors of Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society. http://www.lastgasp.com/blog/publishing/tales-of-the-san-francisco-cacophony-society/
Technological animism, YouTube nostalgia, and the Internet’s glass bead game. A talk with Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Leckey about his new curated show The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things. http://goo.gl/qjT7N
Greek shamans, addiction, and cultivating indigenous mind: a talk with author and apprentice vegetalisto Robert Tindall about Shamanic Odyssey: Homer, Tolkien, and the Visionary Experience, co-authored with Susana Bustos.
Sitting Zen, drinking tea, and asking “Who am I?”: a talk with David Chadwick, author of Crooked Cucumber: the Life and Zen Teaching of Shunryu Suzuki and the honcho behind the immense Suzuki online archive. www.cuke.com
Digital time, moon cycles, and the human art of pattern recognition: a talk with Douglas Rushkoff, director of the new book Present Shock. http://www.rushkoff.com/present-shock/
Kundalini cults, SoCal spirituality, and the fascinating figure of Father Yod: an exuberant talk with Jodi Wille, director of the new documentary on The Source family. http://thesourcedoc.com/
Meditation, warrior compassion, and hacking the sensorium: a probing talk with consciousness writer and explorer Jeff Warren, author of The Head Trip. www.jeffwarren.org.
Bonobos, evolutionary psychology, and the hard-wired problem of monogamy: a sprightly conversation with Christopher Ryan, co-author of Sex at Dawn. http://www.chrisryanphd.com/
Thelema, initiation, and the magick of clowns: a talk with Antero Alli, director of the new “zany occult thriller” The Dream of Falling Upwards.