35 Burst results for "Louise"
The Official Witch of Los Angeles
"In. Nineteen sixty eight. Los angeles had its own official. Witch lewis. Hubner was born in new york in nineteen thirty. She was a psychic by the age of ten. They always are. She learned witchcraft from her grandmother. And her mother who were also witches. She was a hereditary. Which i guess is what the people kind of get a lot of people see things early on and then a lot of people's generational practice. I think it was not so much that she was working at a pottery barn and then decided i think would be a witch. You know we will do that with like. I think i'm just gonna be life coach crystal and i'm unemployed. Young mean do this. Let's do this. Yeah she seemed to have a long history with that. She was a sixth generation. Which and a third generation astrologer. I mean that's a pretty nice pedigree. She moved to la with her illustrator husband. Mentor hubner Just weird name mentor mentor. sleep ner he's illustrator and he's pretty successful. I that you worked on king kong. The nineteen seventy six king kong blade runner like a successful illustrator and working in in movies. I thought his name he was going to be some kind of. I don't know some kind of like a cult leader. But now just a working louise hubner. She became the staff witch on l. a.'s k. l. a. c. amazingly to station in late nineteen sixties and. This is kind of a running theme but nine hundred sixty s late nineteen sixties early nineteen seventy s. Perfect for all your resume your witchcraft. Your your wiccan. You're satanic panic. It's a really really great type not not categorizing it like that but that was a time where like that ran really
Iran's Presidential Candidate Slate Leans Heavily Toward Hard-Liners
"Government has approved the final list of candidates for that country's presidential elections. Voting day is coming right up June 18th. Iran has a very short campaign period. Now the slate is seven approved candidates. It gives the upper hand too hard liners and this election could have an impact on relations between Iran and the U. S. And whether negotiations resume on the 2015 nuclear deal. There are ongoing indirect talks in Vienna focused on restoring the talks over the deal. That now former President Trump withdrew from NPR's Peter Kenyon is tracking all of this from Istanbul. Who, Peter Hi, Mary. Louise. Okay, So how does it work in Iran? How did they get down to these seven candidates? Well, you know, it's pretty wide open when it comes to who can sign up who can register to run for president in Iran, and this year, nearly 600 people took the opportunity to sign up. But there is this group. It's called The Guardian Council. It's got 12 members, six of them appointed by the Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and that counsel is in charge of vetting the candidates. The criteria have never really been explained. But this year, the council eliminated all but seven of those several 100 presidential hopefuls. And I guess we should note that the incumbent Hassan Rouhani, he's finishing his second term term limited. He's not eligible to run this year. Okay, So who made the cut who got weeded out? Well, a former President Mahmoud a. Medina Jod was rejected again. He's becoming known as a perennial candidate. To no one's surprise. The early hardline favorite Abraham racy, was approved. He's a conservative cleric head of the Iran's judiciary. He ran against her honey and 2013 and lost. He's been linked to The infamous so called death panel that in 1988 sent thousands of political prisoners to their death s O. That's the front runner, and there are six other candidates, including the former nuclear negotiator, a central bank governor. But analysts say no one although there's some prominent names in there, no one looks likely to defeat right, you see, unless there's a surprise During this very short campaign,
Louise DuArt On Getting Her Friends Out Of School
"At believe it or not. It was a very shy kid and my mother was very strict italian You kids children should be seen and not heard. My brother actually became a stutterer. And i used to stand in front of the marriages. Pretend i was someone else. And and it wasn't until i could get my friends out of school by calling up. Is the mothers thirty weinstein. Ernie kent county school. Today's got menopause van. They would they would became very popular. So i thought well then i made a career out of. It was just one of those things. God does
Brewers Pull Away From Nationals Late, 6-2, to Earn Doubleheader Sweep
"The Brewers now looking at a doubleheader sweep of the nationals. They pulled ahead in the sixth inning on Louise Aureus, R B. I single. They lead the Nats 3 to 2 after winning the opener for one
Olympians: Tidye Pickett
"Olympian has largely been left out of the history books despite being the first african american woman to compete in the olympics. Let's talk about tidy. Picket tidy pickett was born in nineteen fourteen in. Chicago's englewood neighborhood. Her family lived across the street from washington park where local foot races were often held. Tidies talent and speed were evident. She caught the eye of city officials. Who recruited her for the chicago park district. Track team tidies. First big break came after competing in chicago. Armory event john brooks who at the time was a university of chicago athlete. And one of the country's best long jumpers asked tidies parents if he could coach her. He promised a shot at the olympics and in nineteen thirty two. He made good on that promise. By the time she reached highschool tidy was one of the fastest women in the united states in nineteen thirty two. She was selected to be a member of the olympic. Four by one hundred relay pool. The final racers would be selected at the games which were being held in los angeles along with louis. Stokes tidy was one of two african american women for the olympic track and field team. She was just seventeen years old when we was eighteen. The two were subjected to a myriad of racist attacks and policies on the train to la. Louise and tidy were put in a separate room near the service area. They eat meals alone rather than with the rest of the delegation in the banquet hall. One point there teammate. Mildred babe didrikson to we profiled on this show last year through a pitcher of ice water onto louise's tidy while they were asleep in their bunk when they made it to la. The mistreatment continued louise and tidy practiced with their teammates during the day but at night they were stuck in the dorms as the rest of the runners gathered in the whites only dining hall. The most painful moment came when louise untidy were replaced and the relay by two white women both of whom had slower times than louise's tidy the teens spent the games watching from the stands as the all white team won the gold
Ozuna, Albies Go Back-to-Back as Braves Beat Brewers 6-3
"Losing to the Braves starting pitching matchup in this one. Adrian Hauser on the mound for the crew. Drew Smyly going for Atlanta would be the Brewers, who would strike first in the bottom of the second inning. Avisail Garcia leave the inning off with a double A Travis Shaw ground out moves Garcia to third. And that brings up Louise Aureus. Now the pitch swinging a bullet hit after global Dansby Swanson in the left field on Gloria's will get the runner home sound. They score that one. I think it's gonna be in areas should have caught it. At least for now. That's being ruled a base hit. Although Dansby Swanson would commit an air later on in the inning, But the Brewers weren't able to take advantage of it. They get the one run on two hits. They strand two runners there in the second and say one. Nothing game going into the third. This was a neighboring houses would start to a run into a little bit of trouble. Very angry and so would lead the inning. Awful. They walked and Freddie Freeman with line out a wild pitch from Hauser would send Adrian's a two second. Then they walked to Marcela Zuna that puts runners on at 1st and 2nd. Ozzy al Bees, then lines out. But then Dansby Swanson walks so that loads the bases for Austin Reilly swinging a bouncer off of Hauser. Deflection. Maria's can't get it. One run is in house is going to come in. Ozuna scores to make it a 21 Atlanta lead It deflected off of Hauser. Horace was going over to get it and he might have had a chance to get it if it doesn't hit Hauser That would push wants into third than William Contreras is hit by a pitch so multiple walks a hit batter there in the inning. Hauser would get out of it with a strikeout to enter and see our days. The Braves leave him loaded. They put do put two runs across there in the third, and it is a 21 game. That would be it for
DeGrom to Get MRI for Side Issue After Mets Win 5th Straight
"The Mets completed a three game sweep of the Diamondbacks with a four two victory but two time Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom took himself out of the game before the sixth inning due to tightness in his right side he was pitching for the first time since skipping a start due to discomfort in his right leg at Mets manager Louise roe us no pain whatsoever said it's just tightness that's what he he told our our trainer so you will see will like that like I said we sent in to to get an MRI today Sunday and we'll we'll see when we get the results back histogram allowed just one hit over five innings retiring the first twelve Diamondbacks Michael Conforto had two hits an RBI and a superb catch against the right field wall helping the Mets win their fifth straight and improved to sixteen and thirteen I'm Dave Ferrie
Ta Obreht Reads Thomas McGuane
"This is the new yorker fiction podcast from the new yorker magazine. I'm deborah tradesman fiction editor at the new yorker each month. We invite a writer to choose a story from the magazine's archives to read and discuss this month. We're going to hear gallatin canyon by thomas mccain which was published in the new yorker in january two thousand three. The road stretched before me like an arrow. There was only enough. That left before rigby for me to say perhaps involuntarily. I wonder if we should just get married. Louise quickly looked away. The story was chosen by oprah who is the author of two novels the tigers wife and inland. Hi hi deborah. So you said when we first talked about doing podcast episode that you wanted to read a western story. Why was that. I think that there's a a renewed interest in literature of the west and also by authors. Who hail from the west and the story. I think is so deeply rooted in landscape and space in a certain kind of mentality of the mountain west which it both honors excoriates i am. I've loved the story. Ever since. I first read it and it just feels very emblematic of the space to me. Now when the story came out in two thousand three or a teenager. Did you read it. Then i did not. I'm ashamed to say. I read it some years but i did read it before i became a resident of the mountain west myself and i certainly think it shaped the way i thought about the area. Have you been a longtime reader of maclean's work. I would say that. I've been reading his work for almost the entire duration of my quote unquote literary life. A friend of mine. Who is a huge fan of his work and introduced me to it and I mean there's such range in his stories in his novels there's so much. Discover with mclean. Always
Abiola Abrams: African Goddess Initiation
"Guest is abiolas. Abrahams and ola has been releasing a few audios and the house unlimited audio app. You might have seen her on one of the. Hey how's facebook pages. But she has her new book coming out and her new book is called african goddess initiations sacred rituals for self love prosperity and joy. How you doing abiola's read. I am on top of the world today so glad to be here with you. Were happy to have you here. And so you've written has great book for us. But i'd love to just start and learn a little bit more about you and what you do. I know you're a spiritual teacher coach intuitive. But i'd love to hear from you kind of how you work with. People how you work with the goddesses and just kinda get an overview before we jump into some of the other things absolutely absolutely so it to introduce myself to your audience. I am a native new yorker born and raised one of the five and i am the first person in my family born in the united states. Actually my mother and my father are both from a tiny village in guyana south america and strangely enough didn't meet their but they met in new york city. And here i am and as you mentioned. I am a spiritual teacher coach. I am a retreat leader. And the way that i work with people is that i help to help us to tap into greater self love greater self were and greater self acceptance and what better to be talking about in the house louise built
Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz: Mystical Molecules
"Today's guest is dr mona lisa scholtz. She's done several books for. Hey how's she's did a couple of books with louise. Hay all is well and heal your mind and her. She has her latest book called mystical molecules healing from illness trauma and tragedy using medical intuition. I love the title. mona lisa. Tell you thank you re. It's a long time coming. So and so with mystical molecules. There must be some mystical experiences. Happened in your life. Well i think all of us have them think we think that a mysticism has to be woo out there. What we need to know is mysticism. Mystical events happen in the most commonplace. Crises or wonderful events in our life. What do you mean by the hour. They wonderful people think they have to go to get an oscar. Go away into the desert. Meet a guy or a woman in a hut who throws bones on the desert sand and gives you some kind of mystical awareness communication from the divine. It doesn't happen that way. All of us who some crisis event a loss in our life when the bleep hits the fan as they say we are intellect. Evades us and through the pain on mind. Our brains molecules in our body as it's transformed through -uilt from illness. The health literally are molecules. Become rearrange so they can access information from another world levine.
Turner homers, Dodgers beat Nats 1-0 on champs' ring day
"Justin Turner's Homer produced the only run of the game in the Dodgers one to nothing win over the nationals Turner had three of Italy's four hits with the big one coming in the sixth inning off Louise I'll be alone Walker Buehler pitched six shutout innings to pick up his first win of twenty twenty one he got some help from Corey can able who struck out the side in the ninth to register the same Washington starter Joe Ross left the game after completing five scoreless innings I am mark Myers
Victims identified in mass killing at Southern California business
"Investigators are releasing the names of victims of the Orange County massacre, police say 28 year old Genevieve Marie goes a 50 year old Louise Tovar, 58 year old. The TC, A soulless Guzman and nine year old Matthew Various were killed in Wednesday's shooting at an office complex on West Lincoln Avenue and Orange. The shooting suspect, Amini Dub. Gonzalez was shot in the head by police and remains at the hospital in critical
Brazil's Supreme Court Rules Judge Moro Was 'Biased' in Lula Trial
"Louise Ignacio Lula to silver of corruption four years ago was biased. Leonardo Russia has more By three votes to to Brazil's highest court concluded that judge says Yamato had violated Lula's rise in several occasions. Mr Moto had sentence Lula to more than nine years in jail for corruption in the state oil company Petrobras eyes Lola was leading most opinion polls was banned from the 2018 presidential election and spent almost two years in jail. His luck began to change when hackers intercepted compromising messages exchanged between judge model and the prosecutors in which they showed political bias and discuss the need to expedite the trial in order to put the former leader behind bars before the elections. You're listening to world news from the BBC.
NCAA Withheld Use of Powerful 'March Madness' Brand From Women's Basketball
"And finally. It's march and college. Basketball tournaments are in full swing the infamous march madness logo is everywhere but that trademark one of the most powerful brands in sports is only used for the men's tournament in a recent report. The wall street journal found that the national collegiate athletic association had withheld use of the march madness brand from the women's basketball tournament when asked about it the nc double a. I said the women basketball leadership had chosen not to use it but then the ncwa reversed course to say. That was an accurate. This comes on the heels of recent posts that went viral on social media. Depicting different facilities and perks for the women's teams competing in the tournament. Our sports reporter. Louise radnofsky says the. Nc double a. is playing defense where now is also at a much bigger underlying causes of the despair. If the men's tournament has had for years access to one of the most powerful sports brands in the world and the women's tournament not only did not as the ncaa initially suggested decide. It didn't want to be part about brand but it had been excluded from that brand and that people now say they of course want to be part of something that powerful that they believe they deserve to be part of something that powerful and that the ncaa what is reviewing how it proceeds going forward with women's basketball may need to take a much deeper look and a much wider look then simply focusing on weight rooms which are perhaps the most tangible way people experienced it but not necessarily the biggest way they were in fact experiencing it earlier. This week the nc. Aa said it would work with stakeholders to quote determined the best way forward for women's basketball including the use of march madness logos in the future.
With every passing day, the harder it'll be to reach vaccination targets
"There's been nearly three hundred thousand. Doses of coronavirus vaccine have been deleted across australia since the rollout began. But we heard from epidemiologist mary. Louise mclaughlin weeks ago that we would have to be vaccinating about one hundred and nine hundred thousand people a day to reach our targets and of course we haven't been vaccinating that many people a day for weeks now so presumably. We've gotta make up that shortfall and norman. What are these barriers at stopping us from from really ramping up this roll out to the stage that it needs to be at for us to actually make those targets well. One barrier is simple. Logistics is that we don't have the vaccine. We haven't had the vaccine in the country. We didn't get a batch of astro which was blocked by italy coming in it may well be in the future of the twenty million of doses. They may be delayed as well as if they get blocked by europe. Hopefully they won't be and so we've got a supply issue while our local supply comes on stream which is coming onstream now and that's going to be a good thing. But that's a million a week that supposedly coming on we've had more vaccine in the country we should have been able to distribute it more than we have. We haven't been able to do that. And it's been miscommunication which the federal government and general practice generates confused the communities confused and not enough. Vaccines are getting through to general practice. There are multiple issues here and of course the federal government is committed to doing this through general practice which is fine general. John apprentices wanted to do that has been success with the gp respiratory clinics and doing and we can actually see a ramp up there. But you're absolutely right. Teeing is that for every week. That goes by and you miss that target you. Just add on that target to the next week. And then you missed that target you add onto the next week. So you cumulatively are talking about much more than one hundred nine hundred thousand a day because you've got to catch up now what's going to have to happen down. The track is only going to be a limit to how much general practice can do. And we're going to have to include the state's not in the states to take over but the states can tool up. Imagine pretty quickly to provide services for large numbers of people in convention centers in football stadiums and other places independent hospitals people can get on with the regular job here and that would be for all comers. Once people immunize our high risk healthcare workers people in age care cetera. Then you could just say to people forget all this business turn up a local convention center will tell you what the waiting time is and just get it done. You don't have to make an appointment. Just turn up and anybody turn up. Who wants suits and you deliver it that way. In addition to general practice not instead of in addition. That's sort of uplift you're going to have to need and the you're going to need and the komo government will inevitably move in that direction. The only way they're going to achieve the target
Cognitive Neuroscience in the Classroom with Dr Louise Allen Walker
"Welcome back everyone. To marin. Tom talk teaching. I am pleased to say that we are joined remotely today by another guest. A new guest to the podcast. So i'd like to extend a very warm. Welcome to dr louise allen walker. Welcome our great. Thanks very much. Thank you feel like on the radio. You kind of our. I'd like to see you. Yeah it's it's not the magic of live radio maybe one day. We'll we'll do that. Put the fear of god into our guest. St louis from the residents used the first place to start is that maybe you could tell listeners about your background and education. You actually work with us which probably say that off the bat. You're one of our colleagues although we haven't seen you in person in some months now it's been a long time a really highs so tell us about you. You'll patterns education and academia and the programs that you work on cardiff met absolutely so my specialist area is cognitive neuroscience On i did my phd at benghazi novosti on a it looked at this topic. So i use brain stimulation to look at predictive language function in an area of the brain. The everyone sort of thought did mussa planning but actually it. It really plays a predictive role in a bunch of different processes. and then what. I was doing my phd. I lecture alongside at bangor. And then once i finished my phd. I came here and that was just david three years ago and here i work on to program so i work on the undergraduate education psychology and special educational needs program and then also work. And i'm the program director for the msc psychology and education Which is bps credited on on. Both of those programs presumably teach topics around cognitive psychology near science cognitive neuroscience and research methods as well. So this is interesting for us because you know we. We hearing tombs like cognitive science new science things like that being thrown around in debates around teaching and you know how we how we teach effectively and it can be a little bit intimidating subdued tend to like to use that as a kind of way of saying i'm right and you're wrong so let's let's get right down to counter basics here. Can you explain to us what we actually mean before. We start getting into some of the really fun debates. What do we actually mean by cognitive neuroscience. Okay so in. When psychologists talk about commissions. Let's break out time down cognitive neuroscientists when when you think about cognition firstly. What we're thinking about is mental processes really so cognitive psychology and the study of cognition predates most while many of the sort of common biological measures. So back when we couldn't put someone in an scanner we would look at them mental processes as best. We could using behavioral measures on what i mean by mental processes. A things like for example learning memory. Attention problem solving all these of internal processes that that happened inside all minds and cognitive psychology. Obviously try to understand those processes as best as possible on on would trion model how they felt those processes worked so of step by step. What happens in you know. Just something simple like when you perceive an image. What are the steps that occur in that process and cognitive neuroscience is the study of the underlying biological and brain related processes that underpin those mental processes so. I saw joining together to fields. If he like
A Gang of Goats Just Took Over a Welsh Seaside Town
"The pandemic has produced a surprising change in a coastal town in Wales while goats were once mainly found up in the hills in Wales they've moved into the seaside resort town of land dude now the other day I was driving the role in the road and it just it made just around every street corner there are goats I don't know if the dangerous or not but I would like to go over the needs of the goats like to Munch on grass and leaves for this man they're great never got locked by a tree for example and he becomes in any terms it what I trim inside knowledge of the pump pump for staying on site about seven and a local county councilwoman Louise Emery says they usually have a plan to control the gull population loss of volunteers get together to do it and took it to look at the female guides but oversee last summer there was no way we could do that so they have been breeding like goats the goats are expected to leave town once mating season starts I'm a Donahue
Many Firsts Are Among The Oscar Nominations This Year
"But let's continue the oscars theme. The nominations are out and for more. I'm joined by the film critic character sandwich. Good morning karen good morning. It's have you with us. I'm just for those of us who might not have studied the runners and writers in great detail. Just tell us who the big nominations this year. Well this so there are six films tied to the second most nominations outside of manque which had ten am s. Nomad land the father. Judas monari a sound of metal and chicago seven trailer chicago seven and they're all different studios so it's a very very widespread range this year. Tell us a little bit about what the general verdict for the on. The on the nominations are well. It's it's a diverse selection and people are pointing out. There's a lot of i. For example the first time. Two women have been nominated as director that some the emerald fennell. And zoe louise l. nomad land as the first time in asian americans been nominated for best actor and the first time a pakistani and also extent origin and Muslim has been also nominated for best actor. That's is ahmed sound of metal. There's so many. I is almost almost almost have time for all of them. But the fact is that the the the membership of the oscars vote the voters of the academy have expanded less couple years to include a more diverse younger crowd. And i think that this is also reflecting the market of people wanting to see different
"louise" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"louise" Discussed on RunPod
"Isn't that iron man put? You've been really yes. It'd be cool invoke those was never done an actual ironman because of see that's a brand it. So it started way back when we do the Christmas challenge for BBC Breakfast where. In twenty twelve, my one of my producers at wanted to do Christmas challenge. What should we do and they'd done mostly cooking challenges and I said why do something so inspired by watching the Olympics as a boy do something that's inspired by that and and so she sent us to the velodrome in Manchester to do a race on velodrome never subtly racing bike in my life to do race ask present is against each other in front of four thousand people. And I was just like Whoa that says Gary and also so fantastically. Scary thrilling terrifying I'm brilliant. So I did that and then bought myself bike racing fight with drop handlebars and. Skinny tires and assaulted writing, and then a friend of mine who I used to run with Ashley moved up here said to me Oh I. See. You. Know you know the running me doing you know this like he didn't you try offline I'm so that's why I started that but I don I was always run on wouldn't call myself Romesh actually until very recently I was run a little bit but very little bit journey. Right so when you say a little bit, I mean. What do what do you mean when you say but go every few days for Joel? Guerrero. Probably didn't yeah that probably run about every couple of days for maybe twenty minutes and I thought that was. I mean twice a week now, every couple of days. So when when was the turning point, the turning point was when you went to the velodrome, the turning point was Ephedra and then. started. Running. Doing traffic oversea, swimming running and cycling I'm running was a big issue because way back when I mean I, Sam No run-up. But when. When my daughter was one. So that's eighteen years ago. I did the Great North. Run. And that was, when did you sell remember you longtime? Isn't it? So my first marathon was two, thousand nine by being running for a long time before that snow, not bake races like that. So mom was gorgeous way back in two thousand and two but then I had an injury I fell over I think it was training for the next year and I fell over as you do youtube multi modest giving I was out for a round with my daughter she was on a bicycle and I tripped over her bike. She was fine but being that mother's instinct and I'm like must not my child I went down and over on my ankle and again being kind of mom like too busy to go to the doctor it was massively painful massively swollen. Didn't do anything about it found out. Maybe three or four years. Later I'd actually broke it a metatarsal on that fall. And so running was really hard because it never never was right. It's still Louise's later and have competed now is still not one hundred percent rights. So I've always kind of hot of curious relationship with which I really love it. But almost always carrying this long-term injury..
"louise" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello there I'm full canary here to welcome you to another gathering of the run Padron Club. It's that time of year is network is getting cooler the shorter it's harder and harder to find the motivation to go for an early run first thing when the alarm goes. For About Twenty Years Actually I've worked on either breakfast TV or radio, and my alarm has been buzzing anytime between half two and a half four in the morning for that entire duration and someone else who experiences the exact same is my guest today. While I wake up with you know for relaxing music hoover and smooth radio she's waking you up with the news on BBC Breakfast Watching on the Sofa every morning you might not realize that she is also a very experienced runner and triathlete at welcome to run PUTT Louise Minchin. Well. Thank you so much. I can't believe you start to get up to thirty Allen I get up at three, forty five and I think that's horrific. But do thirty does makes me wince? That years, seven years. Actually shown, say the only way I got through with running if like didn't run I would have been exhausted. I also looked really tired but it's bizarre thinking that when you get up sewer early going for a run afterward it does will you re energizes unique? She feel good. It does it absolutely does and I think I realized quite a luckily quite early on in my BBC breakfast career that I was a not only was getting up in the middle of the night but also added an extra full meal to my day. So as having breakfast, something wanted at five thirty and then one at ten thirty and so on. So I was putting on white on white my also. Realized that wasn't because I you used to sleep in. The is still sleeping I was working up now sleep in the afternoon. So I found in the winter that I'd come home from work pretty much go sleep by the time I woke up in the afternoon it was dog. So no eating and extra meal was also not seeing any light and I kind of realized this was not a healthy lifestyle. Yes. I mean it's really it's really difficult lifestyle and also I mean there are lots of people who do night shifts and they have to move with the lack of daylight all the time but I'm I.
"louise" Discussed on Ideas
"Everyone. It's about language and it's about history I. Think it's a beautiful wonderful experience to read these polyps. But I also think that in Louise l'Abbaye you're witnessing a historical moment. A moment where the idea of a female. is coming into being. Maybe, it's you know as a hoax maybe because it's a way of playing with some other ideas about gender that are definitely going on at the time maybe it's because women really are writing and publishing more, but it's it's definitely a kind of moment where that concept is being born. Out. Richard Seeber sees a modern moment donning poems. Female sensibility that's with us today. In everything from. Poetry to hip hop. Explicitly, more confidently more caustically, and ironically here is a woman assuming her own desire as opposed to the PETRARCA N- love object that is always this kind of abstract idea. This is a love object who is frequently reproached as being less than perfect. This is new in the modern tradition of of love poetry, the the kind of D-. idealization of the object of desire. If. A woman wrote these poems she is challenging the idea of how mail readers might think that a woman sees love and how a female reader sees herself in poems by men. If men were behind these poems well, anything they did to claim them outside the book is as loss to us as Louise's biography. So the effect is the same. Women are represented as complicated and sexual, and it was not prim period for writing in the first place. Whenever I've taught these poems tat undergraduates. They really are shocked that a woman in the sixteenth century could publish in this way because even though scholars know that there's a lot of this sort of. Salacious or revolvers or sensual. Versus going on she's really only participating in genre that was popular at the time. This doesn't match what? Our twenty-first-century views of the past students usually come in thinking that women are so repressed. You know they're kept down, they have to be prudish and suddenly here's this woman author not of the writer but the woman author, the narrator voicing this, you know blatant desire and it so beautifully done. And even shawl seems to be as convinced does anyone that the book has served its purpose to be read and to provoke discussion? Very. Who was Louise Levy? Levy means the lips. They invented a French Sappho when that's really how we should have talked about lobby the way we talk about Sappho, and the poets of Louise Lobby are a little bit like the poets who wrote things in Sophos honor in Greek and in Latin. For me, the question of authorship especially in the renaissance is is kind of a place where a lot of different discourses and voices intersect. So we can just name that place of intersection Louise Laude, and that's what I've chosen to do and I've chosen to imagine her. There is a portrait of her There's enough biographical detail I've chosen to imagine her as this particular woman living at this particular time in Leon. But again, at the period notions of authorship or very and namings of work, everybody is borrowing from everybody else and rewriting everybody else. So but she's she's just a really important point of intersection to which we can give this name. And I think even this body because I definitely feel her body in the very rhythms.
"louise" Discussed on Ideas
"Freelance Producer Ruth Jones with her documentary the mystery of. Louis. LABBE. You're listening to ideas were podcast and a broadcast. You can hear us on CBC radio, one in Canada across North America on Sirius Xm, in Australia on. And around the world at CBC DOT CA slash ideas. You can find us on the CBC Listen Up and wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Nulla. Carla Hall found her success as a finalist on top chef and as a TV personality on crazy. Delicious. But the biggest in her life came when she faced adversity had on with her motto say Yes to everything life throws your way in her podcast. Say Yes with Carla. Hall. From wondering she sits down with some of the most inspiring celebrities you can subscribe to say yes with Carla Hall wherever you get your podcasts. There are caused that take you from A to B then there's the new mini countryman the many SUV with space for every escape, all wheel drive for every road and minis renowned handling to boot. It won't just take you from A to be. It'll take you everywhere. You want to be inspire your drive in the new mini, countryman the mini SUV, explore it for yourself by taking a virtual walk around at many don't see. The love poetry of Louise Lobby is remarkable critics and readers agree. It has a modern feel Ri- sexy and direct as marco. Obeys more if they. Don't mind the. Don. Don A got. Head. Just. Me We kissed me and kiss me again give me one of your most delicious kisses a kiss in excess of my fondest wishes I'll repay you for more scalding than you spend. Not. Quite, what you'd expect from a writer in sixteenth century. France. Never mind a woman working in a male dominated society. That's why at twenty first century scholar raise the question did Louis La actually write these poems impossible in two, thousand, six midday show of the saw Saadun. Argued that the collection was an elaborate prank by men her book on the topic upset a lot of people since lobby is something of a literary hair in France and elsewhere really there being no actual hard facts to disprove Louise's Lubbe's authorship of the poems she. Did Not write these poems. Her whole argument tends to rely on questionable citations taken out of context exit Louise's Labbe. The public response was much more than for a lot of publications like this very quickly. There was this controversy in the press. There were articles there. There was an article and Figaro among others that was very talked about that took issue with the idea that all of a sudden poetess Lewis LABBE could disappear. Louise Labbe, herself may or may not disappear. But how should we see her legacy, her historical value and the work under her name? That's what freelance producer Ruth Jones set out to discover. Louise Labbe died in fifteen, sixty six. And vanished into Meth and conjecture transit or Richard. C birth notes that even just a few years after her death to local historians in the all remembered her in very different ways. One describes her as having a face more angelic than human a spirit as virtuous as it was chased and praises her for excellence and poetry in the vulgar tongue and the other historian dismisses her as a wanton and public courtesan by profession till the day of her death. May Not Be Shaming female authors that way anymore. But identity and authorship questions are still with US centuries later think of the literary scandals around Joseph Boyden and jt Leroy, and all those embellish memoirs. And in France. They take literary culture extra seriously laugh L. shown generated media stories, conference panels, essays, and opinion pieces. As for me I heard about Mary Jones theory when I was in Grad. School I was studying contemporary French literature and everyone around me seem decided firmly on one side or the other many denounced through shown spoke as pure speculation and we're angry that a female poet could be attacked. Others were utterly convinced of her argument. Some seemed downright gleeful. No matter how I looked at it doubt kept creeping in. I wanted answers. But I also wanted some other way to see Louise l'Abbaye a way to appreciate the poems without ignoring the authorship question. Someone else. Macadamia was feeling the same push-and-pull. Lia Chang is an independent scholar based in Washington DC I'm a specialist in sixteenth century studies primarily French, but also ranging across Europe. I was working on the idea of the female author, the concept of the female author as it's developed in a printed book separate from the living. Female writer. But what she was positing was that there was no female author four Louise Levy's book. And that that really took me aback. Louisa Bay was sort of a pillar of feminist studies particularly for the renaissance and so to. Throw out this idea that in fact, she was a hoax that the book was never meant to be taken seriously at all but instead was a kind of colossal joke run by not only a printer but several male authors the time. Threw me for a loop. That's that's sort of the only way. I can put it. And it kind of sent me into a Tailspin I was thinking about it for my own projects in how I was going to deal with revelation about Louis l'Abbaye in my own work. But I was also thinking about the way in which we use, let Lewis Labbe to teach the renaissance and particularly to teach the history of women. because. About las female authors of the past. There's usually another reason for their disappearance lack of recognition for a long time. It seemed that feminist studies in the renaissance we look for stories or discoveries or histories of people who've been represented or only marginally represented and try to uncover them and bring them centerstage and Louise l'Abbaye. Was a book where we were. We really felt that we could do that. She had a very compelling life story. She had a whole little printed book in her name and she had excellent excellent poems. So it was very easy to kind of weave this.
"louise" Discussed on Ideas
"Which brings us to the story of Louise's lobby. A writer and a revered cultural figure in her native France. Be. The do complicate the long for anybody going in the middle of the sixteenth. Century. Labbe wrote a book of Love Poems the only one that she would ever publish the poems were unique or Leonidas as. Music replant? The. Movers and wives. Camila grey on. The alarm. Relational day on between will come. The plan to name simplest. Asian The for as. I was struck by their absolute directness I. Felt that could really come across the centuries to today just by the strength and urgency of her voice. They're still read and studied today four centuries after they were written gorgeous gorgeous, love poems, and Louise's Labbe. Herself was that rare presence a female artist in a world of men one that urged women to join her in expressing themselves. In Louise l'Abbaye you're you're witnessing a historical moment a moment where the idea of female author is coming into being. But the story of Louise's Labbe has taken some twists and turns in the last two decades. Shocking questions have been raised. I threw me for a loop that's sort of the only way I can put it and the truth has high stakes for both her readers and her legacy. It would be a tremendous loss. Here's freelance producer Ruth Jones. With her ideas documentary the mystery of Louis Labbe. Picture a romantic heroine from a historical costume drama. The kind where everyone seems to wear a cape. The heroin is beautiful. Of course, she probably has amazing hair. But she's also intelligent witty. She's a somewhat mysterious figure people tell stories about her. That she dresses in men's clothes. But she knows sword fighting. But she's written off to war. She grew up poor prosperous sort of lower middle class or maybe rich she was Bush washy was married to. Rope maker they whisper that she loved women best. Or that she took a famous man as her lover. Or possibly seduce the king himself. She has often been called a cuisine meaning kind of high class prostitute for lack of a better term, two parts Venus with a Good Pinch Joan of arc. She's known as being the Greatest Woman Poa in the French tradition. And she's a literary genius to. The legend of Louise Bay and the reality of Louis Labbe are as colorful stories come. And then there's the writing. Louis La Bay has been called the Sappho of France after the Greek poet. An exceptional artist both in her poetry and her gender. Because in the history of French poetry, there aren't a lot of women. Her Book, a collection of Love Sonnets and elegies along with two prose pieces. was published in fifteen, fifty five. And the poems well, they're unusual at least for the French. Renaissance. Their direct. And they're sexy. Benchmark goal. says. The authors in love she's in pain. She burned she contemplates her desire. She speaks unapologetically a female voice she may long busy. But the work spent two hundred years lost to history until the eighteenth century brought it back. And then there was a loving translation by the German poet Rainer Maria. rilke Louis Aragon. The surrealist wrote La. Brea patriotic tribute around the time of the First World War. Leopold Singapore, first African member of the Kademi Francaise called her the greatest poetess ever born in France. So Louise l'Abbaye. An inspiration and a legend. or at least she was Intel in two thousand and six one slim book by a French. Academic challenged everything. You show don't. WanNa. Don't deserve the. A The Bah. Lobby. Maze. Soul. Jimmy. Miguel Sean I'm now in emeritus professor at the Sorbonne. Lewis, lobbies works are. Fiction. We shall says, these poems were not written by Louise Labbe Sean does believe that a woman by that name lived in Sixteenth Century Leon, but she has major doubts on a lot of other friends. It. CDW. would. The FEC you Taisei Kubo to the. A new. Be. Hookup Gannett tax spark on the list of. And thanks to keep play. sesame. Alright. I there are a certain number of apparently troubling Fox to begin that. This person Louise Labbe is the author. When we looked closely, it's not such a simple text. It supposes immense knowledge of Latin literature of Greek literature and of Contemporary Italian literature too. I mean immense knowledge and we can ask ourselves how would a woman from a rope making background? Her father was a literate. So how did she acquire? How did she know so much? And then there's what has always cause problems and that's to look at the book as a material object and to realize that of all the other poems in praise of Louis. Lobby many were in fact written for women lobbies collection included a selection of poems by other poets in praise and support of the author herself. This.
"louise" Discussed on Broken Record
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"louise" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"She's like I would be absolutely on it. And that's kind of how it grew so now we've been working together on things like we want to journal Fakih together. Because as I said, she's an amazing illustrator, so there's lots of things we want to do. We do want to do attain program, but. Taints as a whole nother kettle of fish I just have to get my head around because it's we need dealing with teens, you're dealing with them having station, meteoric accounts and suicidal, and all these big things and also, and also they're not I mean now that I've got to adolescent boys who fourteen and one. WHO's eighteen? I, don't know where the at as adults. I don't know I feel like I of feel like. If there was to be a big difference, it would be to find papal their age or in early twenty S. They could role model and deal without knowing that they're so good at you know if we said to them. You know things are things are a bit tough. Going rate chat to this group. I don't know whether they would if they were at. The United, nations are a whole other world. They really are sorry. We kind of pocking Matt, but just just keeping out on way the gut might be. It's a natural extension. I can definitely see it. Yeah, but I think you have to get one thing I right and that's the children, so that's where we're putting all about this on at the moment, so yes, she is a. Board now and I. One day I'll say hey. Beautiful Feis, because I haven't even if I to face and I'm just can't wait to I'm going to squeeze you that hard. And, it's just so beautiful because I feel. I truly feel like I'm nine hundred forever. and. That's again the beauty of online, isn't it? I've got a business coach. Who lives up in Sydney, who has literally changed my life in the last few years like he and I have built handle your NPR and I worked at the other day I think I've made him four times in real life. Like you know you just you just feel like you know them all the time twice a day every day. Probably yeah, exactly and even the other day I am another lady reached out to me? She me sea-based as well and. I saw him on. FACEBOOK page part of that meeting facebook groups, but anyway she's putting to give. A Tech Platform. Basically like find a friend, right? Right Oh you can imagine my is picking up. I was like Oh my God anyway. I've just chat tweeting every night because each other spike on the final ages like we've known each other forever. And Shame really wants to come on board now. So very very other. Be Amazing Super early days, but it's just my point. Is Anybody listening sometimes? Don't Fia of reaching out like just at the wiz that people can do not come back to you. Okay doesn't matter all that can come back to you, and can the start of something pretty amazing so? This Nikola I'm just like into it. I actually sent to rename on the other day which came from my maiden name which is Cherry? I just sent it. I had forwarded something. She's like and she takes me. She's like I'm assuming you'll Louise Cherry was might nine. I forgot the actually. Permit. Married because it truly felt like I'm. Sorry long and we haven't got off the find the pass wake..
"louise" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Children that want to potty couldn't actually have one because they couldn't have their friends IVA now. Imagine telling your little six year old. WHO's been looking forward to potty? Oh, year that actually noisy kind have that because the gyms Iran, which was the dial. And you can't see your friends are the you can actually say them, so what I did do was I did quite a few instill on doing a few virtual parties so. I'd get my characters, and we put on a party and you know one that stands out with. There was a little boy he he's autistic. And, he's names eighth in and he had. Never to the party was scared to have a party, but it was the first time that he decided that he actually wanted to have one, so he's mom had planned one for April, and then guess what. Happened so for the first time he felt the confidence to be able to take that step anyway. He's friends Iva, and then he couldn't do it, so he's. Mom had to explain to him that. We can actually do it, so frankly may step in and say. How can you tell me favorite characters? Okay some entertainers, and let's just do a zoom potty and see how it, so that was a fist when I did and oh, my goodness May. Beautiful to be able to say him still feel like he was somebody still had the confidence. He had some of his little friends on the line and cousins, and it was still beautiful dying. We would still be able to bring that spirit to him that. It's a bit tricky at the moment and you can't get at. Let's try and bring these magic to your screen. You know you say oh. That's just so beautiful, and so did that. Give you the impotency. He said you did a few. Did you end up doing? Yes it. Is this something. You reckon you might do going forward. Is this an option for maybe kids that are interstate or in regional areas or absolutely? Because there are still going to be children, they still might not want to be party. That's face to face. You Know I. Think that. has opened up such a virtual world. In, a couple of Even in the corporate world you can work from home successfully and still run the beasts. Yes, my husband's been harmful for four months and still feeling. He's real very successfully in the corporate world and Steel means that we can connect with paypal I did another virtual party and you know uncle tiny was on the line from America with all the frames on there. He was able to connect and say Spiderman on the line. I definitely think there's still ways that we can connect virtually. And just because thankfully Cova these restrictions easing, although it's not I don't think we're going to be doing any major events anytime. Seen via friendy may because. You just assist the unknown riot. It's just noise way. We're going to let being. It's just so great. Go now and have a potty of the ten people, but you know. What my vision for the nixed community days. I want three thousand people four thousand people, so I didn't see that happening anytime soon so. I've made it to remain really in front of people. During this time I made sure I didn't let my Goddamn in social mania well. Because like. Took some time at which is totally fine, but if it just means for me, personally, I made sure I was in front of people three socials through marketing. Wayne. We are restricted like office. Friendly mate I stayed in my face through the whole of covid and through the whole of isolation. As a person, I'd say tick tick. Tick, tick tick well done because..
"louise" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"It would ask about it, so it was just locally, so we got the Likud Pie. We D to Fly out. We put them old. Dan Escott vile, so we'd put old fly Dan in the Strip, and I honestly had no idea. If people would even call, it was gonNA work. You know then you have your own event and you like Shida. Hyde paypal come. Yes, I absolutely hate that exactly on the nose or five minutes before you go. Oh, my God, look what I've done. What if no one? And I truly had that feeling but I remember popping my head at side and wanted to girls who organized it with me, said. Do you know there's a lineup? Pat Side? Yes this is happening. Sorry I thought. You know what I'll do it again. I'll do it again for another year, and it was just my little side project where we still be going to to my corporate job and doing that, and we organized the next event, and the Nixon had seven hundred people. Oh, my God that's huge, and is this like once a year or at that stage? Did you go while I'm going to do another one three months later? Saying we just can't at once. Each is to create that little bit of this thing, and by the third one I'm Cypress that we had just I've a two thousand paypal. Godoy's site. It was pretty much that point so by this time. I already had my little girl Giselle so I had one by the state of vein. I had another little baby Florence and. It took me maternity. Leave with that. I think we've talked about this in the past gills. You find yourself when you have some when you have children. I think there's something inside of you that you think you know I have much more to give, and you almost find a passion that. He thought you didn't have so took Florence to be born where. Just seeing nodded in me where I was like. This is something I really want to do. This is something and it was more than children missing out on potties. This is now at researching about exclusion and key to are excluded and what that looks like and how it can carry on so many more problems when they being excluded from society so I started doing more race inch. And looking into, and I started doing a little bit more smaller events as well throughout the. Yes, I, we will more prison. And then it was time for me to go back to my job. OPTIMA tenderly, leave and I rang my husband in tease saying audit. Back it's not feeling me anymore I just want to put all my energy into framed in May. But. I don't know if I can do that in cams like well just resign. It's not that easy. To use. That is my favorite thing, ever resignations. Pain with them at that stage. Weapon had maintained knees ideally. I did have a little breaking Twain, and I went back, and you know I came you know. I'll just resign I K, so I've been lying in bed awake at night for the past two weeks thinking I want to resign but icon, because I have to contribute to the family. And what are we going to do and we've got to say so? You weren't making money at a friend in me at all at that stage. Nice. Free Events. You were putting on getting people tonight or something..
"louise" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Dr Louise Newson joins me on this episode and it's a conversation that's going to send around a topic I. Know is close to a lot of listeners, hearts, it something that's come up time and time again in the facebook group, and there have also been requests for me to have Louise on the cost so hopefully this will only answer with all of your questions, but you'll be very pleased. Pleased to see the Louise's joining me on the show. We're going to be talking about the menopause, but perhaps most specifically the peri menopause. It's a bit of a myth that one day you wake up in menopause, the reality is that you can experience the hormonal changes perryman menopause for years, and that's what Louise I discussed in terms of how to understand it and how to manage it. Given that every woman will go through this. It has always really surprised and disappointed me. HOW VAGUE THE INFORMATION! They can be on this subject, and also how visit to your GP was, symptoms can sometimes lead to an incorrect diagnosis of depression for example. There's also a lot of conflicting information and misinformation out there that all results and women not knowing what to do, who to trust, or where to go to get help in this episode Louise who was a GP, menopause specialist shares her expertise, and also her own experiences to help guide women towards their best health. During this conversation, we discuss hormone therapies and the differences between synthetic bio, identical body identical hormones, the telltale signs show experiencing Perry mental puzzle symptoms how to speak to your doctor to get help the help you need, and the reported risk of breast, cancer and home and therapies. The railway plays and so much more all the links to Louise and the resources. She references Willoughby in the show nights, but without any further. It's my pleasure to welcome talk to Louise Newson onto the gun show..
"louise" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"It's a tiny louise is crying and crying and crying because it's so loud so many sounds she was just in the womb aw warming calcium nice and quiet and there's no people and everything was fine and now it's too loud. It's too bright. She's looking at you like what the fuck and what is this. Is this what life is going to be live. Just people shouting in light of this. Is that what it's going to be like and you know what the next set of six years us of her life is going to be like in. There will be things that are lights and sounds and it will be there will be things happen. That are not that nice but she's looking at you asking asking what's life going to be <hes>. It's time for us to give advice a teller to do anything different because you can't change anything but you can tell her what life will be like. What would you say to teeny tiny baby louise. I would say things are going to get better than things are going to get worse and then things will get better forever. Do you still do that. No which is really nice. I feel twenty. Were asking that. I was thinking i think i have everything i want and that's pretty amazing. <hes> you know i still have goals. I still they'll have things. I want to achieve and all the rest but if you'd asked me ten years ago what would you want. I think i have it all not doesn't mean there won't be challenges is like you know obviously i've been through some challenges since then or whatever you know concert and the like but <hes> i just feel like everything that i that i would like to have at this point into my life and i can deal with anything. That's coming and that's pretty good. That's amazing thing is so much for doing. Uh thank you fat chance with similar yeah tha- chances the book <hes> it's on amazon kindle and and also independent booksellers. I think although actually the loss of protective was sold out where he wanted. That's irrelevant. I'm louise mcsherry everywhere in the louise mcvay and instagram lease on the twitter on dive given up on facebook. I am there but i never post. Thank you saw it. Thank you oh listening. She is incredible now. If you wanna hear her answer the final six seven questions that i always ask my guests <hes> after the main recording is over questions i <hes> do you have an unpopular opinion. What's the most embarrassing thing you ever did. <hes> recommendation for something what's life hack. You have goes a patriot dot com.
"louise" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"Stop it whenever it on the plane as well. You know, always have male security guards, Pat midst 'cause they fall over the latte because people don't look at each of the clearly I very rarely get it wrong account, the stemmed that so all the abuse of taken in Toyland as well. I mean, thank God for the gender equality. You know with mixed toilets lie, you know, gender neutral 'cause dot will save me about fifty percent of the attacks. I still face. I still folk him face full last year. If anyone listening to maybe growing up also in a working class environment. Maybe even in a care home. All hasn't got parents come out. So, but what would we do you give to someone? So the question sexuality and been frayed to to admit themselves until the people that they are part the community. Okay. First thing is gonna be are you are. You are right. And nothing's going to have to change that. So why vices find you people? I was that look here. I found I found all those activists and found to cause and that unity and also find in people that may not. Exactly like, you was wild boar kind of figur-. All right. You can trust them as well. And just of remembered that unity is our strength and find those people we are there. So you can find she sent us year. LGBTQ? I is you can find phone numbers on line and reach our, you know, if those numbers of saying, Kohl's if you feel isolated then call them, the not just say the mean anything else threat. Cape them sing. Yeah. To save me as well. Was the time. I'm not saying is now the music on the case in was terrific. You know, so I very very early on that the answer to most of my troubles and pain and stresses was dancing and not fighting to try not to fight those focus are attacking you. Call the police, you know 'cause that can damage to especially the young dykes out there. We've got a reputation in the gay scene. Still that where the fight isn't still flight that were not with the people who get attacked more often. And that's why it looks like your fighting. So get help that's me off a piece of advice. Don't just hang out with other queer people, you know, go and find the music going going in happy all the spaces of your city or your town. You have a right to be there. You can have. If you feel it in your popes and all that. But you also have a right to own the whole of the city not just the power of the Talia that you belong. Huge. Thank you to Louise win MBA for sharing per, very political very personal story with me. Please do subscribe wherever you get your podcast from what also love to hear from you on Twitter. You can find us there. Come out stories. I'm swell coming out stories is a what goes on media production in the next episode. You'll hear from Marta. She's a lesbian from Poland to secret relationship with her best friend all through high school. Well, she had she was in the relationship. But I think that was something new to experiment. We're seal kids like teenagers more bodies. It was experienced put me like the press for six seven years believe.
"louise" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"On media. This is coming out stories is about cost about one of the most important conversations. If you life, I'm an ago swell time now to hear from poets before and playwright, Louise wollen Ambi, a she came out to a social worker while being raised by Catholic nuns and a care home. I would say it was really really young. When I started to get crushes on women, but I don't think had a word threats. I only heard the word lesbian the first time. I remember it was this an insult against somebody else. For a while. I don't wanna be one of them because then lesbian the way it was used as an insult kinda sounded like a disease and guessing was this the seventies. Yeah. Yeah. It's the night in seven is early night in seven is as well. So it was it something very much thought. You can keep yourself. Yeah. It was. And then when those feelings got stronger secondary school, it was something head even more. You know, a certainly didn't wanna be called lesbian for a definitely new awhile swan. I play Martina Navratilova. You know, the minute that starts to happen out me and James Dean as while Archer stop. Yeah. I'm gonna dike but didn't tell anyone for a bit because I was being raised by nuns and also went to a Catholic school and homosexuality e was not something we effort, discoursed and. Say you only heard about as an insult in thing today. Yes, said probably should make it quite obvious that you were actually in a home rather than living with birth. Parents yet from nine I was in many different children's homes around thirteen everyone seems to have lost count. But most of those who are run by nuns, Catholic nuns, I'm guessing not sort of people that you felt like it was going to be possible to come out to certainly not because I was being fundamentally educated not not just about homosexuality. Also like the woman's right to choose. You know, I was brought up to believe abortion was just the absolute evil and also because I was a child that was given away at birth. It was often discussed with me about how look here was that. I was Catholic and that mimosa didn't believe in abortion. So I opened my existence to. Catholocism? So actually, I really was quite moral as a kid. So what was the first time? He did verbalize it. And then admit it to yourself and admitted to another human being the final children's home that I was in was actually just for young girls. Young women you were sort of being prepared for life and attorney Haussa nippy house, and in the B how she wrote a little bit more independent, and there was a social worker that arrested ential social worker via to toe or crush on. And for once a kind of told her she was really kind to me, and she liked pointed me in the direction of activism actually cared. A lot about the world. I was actually going to join the army because a kind of a while yet below two women there. And. Like me for hops. And the thing was was that I was often being authored anyway. In those homes are in the files last year. And they'll talk about like, particularly in that last home. It was run by a woman one date comb out she rats, it really badly to it and would often threaten to send the police to if I was say at the number one club, and she will threaten to send the police, and she kept trying to
"louise" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
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"And i right too discover meaning i want experience to mean something it's less a matter of who i am then that that idea that nothing should be wasted the something something must come off at and riding is a kind of revenge against circumstance too bad luck loss pain um if you make something out at that then youth no longer been bested by these events that is louise click one of america's preeminent poets and just to clear this up before i go any further you might think of her as louise glock i know i did because her name is spell g l uck but it's a hungarian name minutes actually pronounced glick so picking backup here louise glick has been writing and publishing poetry for well over fifty years in two thousand three and two thousand four she was the poet laureate of the united states as a professor she's unleashed generations of poets into the world and she is exceptionally honest some would say ruthlessly so both in her poems and in talking about her embattled life as a writer so on this episode the truth according to louise click this is what it takes a podcast about passion vision and perseverence from the academy of achievement i'm alice winkler pata may discharged his gifted and i heard that a not that i started to believe if you have the opportunity not a perfect opened you i don't take it you made of out of joe it all was so clear it was just like the picture started to form itself there was new we reach ally could prevail over the truth doubt nearest over light there or why wildlife every day i wake up and decide today i'm going to love my mother decide size eyes on lobos was legal regular towards when roilo spillover and then a companies differential expert you know look for you don't i am four but boy you'd better not from this.