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Connect with plant consciousness and the healing wisdom of Nature. In the Plant Spirit Podcast, we explore how to deepen in relationship with plants and Nature consciousness through topics and modalities including: plant spirit herbalism, flower essences, the interconnected web of life, plant spirit medicine, the multidimensional nature of reality, plant communication, plant allies, sacred geometry, mysticism and abundance in Nature, the plant path as a spiritual path of awakening, and how p ...
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By making the world a more beautiful place, Artemis Speaks interviews writers and artists from the Appalachian Region of the Blue Ridge Mountains and beyond. This is a time we need to write and make art for the sake of healing our souls and enriching our communities. This podcast is a production of the Artemis Journal, a charitable organization now 43 years old and has evolved to be an all inclusive yearly journal with essays, poetry and art.
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Artemis Ghost

Thrown Together Studios

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An amateur, dysfunctional team steals the score of a lifetime - a teleportation device. Except what they believed to be mechanical turned out to be biological instead. What are they to do with this unexpected addition to their crew?
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"Do you know where you're going to?" I don't! But I'm working on it. Follow my adventures, or maybe misadventures, as I discover myself and my place in the Multiverse that is the Steem Platform. Find me at https://www.steempeak.com/@artemisnorth
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Un viaggio nel rapporto tra teatro, musica e tematiche culturali, sociali, storiche. Assieme ascolteremo alcuni estratti degli spettacoli e dei brani composti da Mauro Buttafava per la messa in scena. Il dialogo tra compagnie teatrali, musicisti, e protagonisti dei temi trattati ci permetterà di affrontare in modo sensibile i valori che in essi sono raccolti, e scoprire le storie che fanno vivere il Teatro.
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From regime changes and loaded questions to the role of psychological concepts, we hone in on the joys and woes of equity investing in times like these. Our guest throughout the entire series: Jacob de Tusch-Lec, manager of the Artemis Global Income fund. This podcast is produced by Citywire in association with Artemis Investment Management.
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Artemis Chaney - Alpha B*tch

Artemis Chaney - The Alpha B*tch

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Raising a pack of four on my own was a struggle. Not gonna sugarcoat it. I failed more than I succeeded. There was probably more heartbreak than heartfelt. But it was the love I had for my kids and my dogs, that kept me from jumping off the bridge. They needed me as much as I needed them. And despite the pain I was in, there was a reason to get up in the morning and quit my sniveling. As the years dragged on, I made a ton of mistakes. Yet with each one, I learned never to do that again. Then ...
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With their ship defenseless in space, the crew try to figure out a plan to save their lost captain; who's still in the hands of the Virgo Union. However, before they get anywhere - Risa decides to give them a call and update them on a 'war' job. Maybe this is their big break? Created & Story by Elijah Gabriel Co-written with Kvothe Harris Directed …
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#62 – Have you ever considered giving flower essences to your pet? Join us for a wonderful conversation with Nature Intuitive Kathleen Aspenns on how to support our beloved animal companions with flower essences. In this episode, Kathleen shares wisdom on specific flower essences that can support pets with various challenges such as separation anxi…
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Ana Morales is based in Roanoke, Virginia, and works primarily with mixed media. She holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from James Madison University, where she studied studio art and art education. She works at LeisureMedia360 in Roanoke as the art director for publications, including the Roanoker Magazine and t…
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#61 – Join us for an amazing conversation with interspecies communicator Kara Daniels on how to communicate with trees. In this episode, Kara shares key insights on how tree communication can benefit us as individuals and as a collective in connection with the Earth. She also offers wisdom on gifts and honoring practices for working with trees in o…
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The crew's vacation is finished but are they really rested up? Well, it doesn't matter as Watson is summoned by the Virgo for past crimes relating to an ongoing investigation, leaving the team in deep space alone. Created & Story by Elijah Gabriel Co-written with Kvothe Harris Directed by Michael Grisso & Elijah Gabriel Sound Designed by Lorenzo Vi…
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#60 – Join us for a wonderful conversation with Yoga Teacher, Chinese Medicine Practitioner, & Acupuncturist Shereen Öberg on Earth wisdom and recognizing how we are part of Nature, and Nature is part of us. In this episode, Shereen shares about the strength of her grandmother growing up in Nature in the mountains, and how her grandmother offered k…
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The crew finds themselves spilt from one another after Artemis drunkenly teleports away, leaving Watson behind with an old friend whom has some interesting information about an industry being created under the shadow of the company behind Artemis' construction. Created & Story by Elijah Gabriel Co-written with Kvothe Harris Directed by Michael Gris…
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Join the conversation with son Gary Isreal, President of the Dorothy M. Gillespie Foundation, and daughter Dorien Gillespie Bietz, children of Dorothy Gillespie, as they reflect on the many gifts their mother had in a groundbreaking documentary Courage, Independence and Color. Artemis Journal was borne out of writing workshops for abused women. Ms.…
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A successful hit was had and a political obstacle was eliminated. With the crew newly named and on the political chessboard, Watson is looking to go out and do more. However, with the stench of water and death in the air, Artemis has had enough and is unwilling to work on any more jobs! Created & Story by Elijah Gabriel Co-written with Kvothe Harri…
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Jim Minick is the author or editor of eight books, including Without Warning: The Tornado of Udall, Kansas (nonfiction), Fire Is Your Water (novel), and The Blueberry Years: A Memoir of Farm and Family. His work has appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Poets & Writers, Oxford American, Artemis Journal, Orion, Shenandoah, App…
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#59 – Have you ever tried the ancient skill of listening to plants through your fingertips? I loved connecting with botanical textile dyer Justine Aldersey-Williams on the initiatory journey she experienced while growing her own pair of jeans from seeds into cloth. In this episode, Justine shares about her mythic field-to-fashion creation process a…
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With the crew's newly gained notoriety within the cosmos - their escapades have grabbed the attention of the rebel alliance; an anti-union, warring libertarian factor. With this being their first political job, how will the crew and more importantly, the world react to a new player in the space race. Written & Created by Elijah Gabriel Co-written w…
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Sarah EK Muse, a native Virginian, is an award-winning artist, jewelry designer, and goldsmith known for her exquisite bespoke jewels that celebrate personal narratives and strengthen connections to the past, present, and future. Serving as the backdrop for her inspirations, her private atelier, Studio 12, formerly a two-stall stable, is nestled in…
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The crew's forced to split up to save Alice from a grizzly, acidic death in a remote planet and break Peter out of jail before he's forced into a terrorist cell. Still reeling from her screwup, Artemis isn't confident in her ability to go anywhere but the captain ordered it so Piper will make it work... even if that means giving an experiment some …
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After their first heist with their newest crew member goes successfully, the team learns of a faraway attack on a cruiser ship. Usually, they leave such matters alone but this time someone that they 'knew' was on the ship! A new job is set into motion for the crew. This time on a time limit. Written & Created by Elijah Gabriel Co-written with Kvoth…
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#58 – How do flower essences open a bridge for us to connect with plant spirits? Join us for a wonderful conversation with Author, Teacher, & Flower Essence Practitioner Nicholas Pearson on the power of direct experience in working with the magic of plant consciousness in flower essences. In this episode, Nicholas shares about a wide variety of way…
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Watson sets up a meeting with an old friend for an arms deal - but lo' and behold, he doesn't have them. However, with a clue and a location, the crew sets up for their first job with their newest crewmate. Written & Created by Elijah Gabriel Co-written with Kvothe Harris Directed by Michael Grisso & Elijah Gabriel Sound Designed by Lorenzo Vignozz…
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Michele Evans, a fifth-generation Washingtonian (D.C.), is a poet, writer, high school English teacher, and adviser for her school's literary magazine, Unbound. Before becoming an educator, Michele Evans studied at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts; King’s College in London, England; and the Graduate School at the University of Maryland i…
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Time crystal sugar, Anti-Boson spice, and anything universally nice. A mixture of quantum states and nanoparticles created something all scientists desire - a magnum opus. However, what's a scientist to do when his experimental (and expensive!) homunculi project is stolen and off galavanting through the stars (and evading the police)? Written & Cre…
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In a hypercapitalist system, long, long away, a newly (dis)organized trio obtains intel on a startup manufacturing a teleportation device. Even though galactic war seems to be brewing and increasingly likely, what fuels our team is their next meal or job. 'Crime and Capital' is the name of this galactic game, but sometimes mistakes can turn into op…
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What is the deeper meaning of Imbolc, and how plants can help us connect with the inner spark of life and sense of reawakening? ​Pour your favorite cup of tea and join us today for a wonderful conversation with Certified Herbalist, Flower Essence Practitioner, and Earth Centered Ceremonialist Katie Rose Browning on the power of Imbolc and connectin…
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Linda Atkinson is a sculptor living and working in Botetourt County. She taught art history for 21 years at Virginia Western Community College, as well as studio courses for University /Santa Cruz, Hollins College, Roanoke College, and Radford University among others. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in Los Angeles, San Francisc…
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A. J. Gnuse is the bestselling author of Girl in the Walls, published in 2021. He received an MFA in fiction from UNC Wilmington, and his writing has appeared in the Guardian, Gulf Coast, Literary Hub, Los Angeles Review, and other venues. A native of New Orleans, he lives in Texas, where he is a literary co-editor of Artemis Journal alongside his …
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#56 - Join us for a delightful conversation with Author, Herbalist, and Druid Ellen Evert Hopman on the sacred herbs, traditions, recipes, and magical celebrations of the yuletide season. In this episode, Ellen shares about solstice rituals and herbal recipes that people have long connected with across cultures spanning from ancient Egypt to the Dr…
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#55 - Join us for a wonderful conversation with Herbalist, Ethnobotanist, and Author Mimi Prunella Hernandez on how her roots in Latin American Folk Herbalism and Curanderismo have influenced her approach to herbal medicine. In this episode, Mimi shares stories from the kitchen of her childhood with her Mexican abuelita and the immersive aromas of …
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What does it mean to be a conservation advocate? It's different for every person. This week, Artemis ambassador Anne Jolliff talks about what she's learned over the past year about how to best advocate for wild spaces. She shares her "why" and her "how," and more on how it's going. 00:20 Artemis 101 and advocacy 1:00 "Go Confident as an Advocate" p…
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#54 – With everything going on in the world right now, it's important now more than ever that our actions of healing in the world are connected to the space of inner being. And plants are so supportive for helping with this! How do plants support the path of intuitive healing? Join us for an amazing conversation with Intuitive Nourishment Guide Ven…
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The Moss Center in Blacksburg, Virginia presented a live performance and historic collaboration between renowned poet and Virginia Tech legend Nikki Giovanni and saxophonist-composer and former Jazz Messenger Javon Jackson. Their collaboration for over a year has yielded the CD The Gospel According to Nikki Giovanni. For an intimate jazz performanc…
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Sarah Tingey is one of the brains behind a small packrafting company called Alpacka Raft. It started as a basement type of operation, fueled by adventures in the Far North, including time spent in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Sarah tells us about her experiences on that incomparable landscape, plus what it's like to travel there with a smal…
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#53 - Join us for a wonderful conversation with Bioneers co-founder Nina Simons on remembering and reclaiming our sacred relationship with the Earth. In this episode, Nina shares wisdom on learning directly from Nature, rekindling sacred relationship, and how we can engage in the innovative work of restoration in each moment. She offers deep insigh…
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Traditional bowhunter Beka Garris joins Artemis this week to talk about what it's like bowhunting with a baby. Yes... literally WITH a small child. Beka tells us about harvesting two deer (and a squirrel) alongside her daughter. She also talks about traditional bowhunting, the skills involved, and how your experience in the outdoors changes when yo…
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#52 - Join us for an amazing conversation with Herbal Drama Queens Kaz & Fi of The Seed SistAs on the magic and medicine of power plants and reintegrating the ancient tradition of working with witching herbs in ritual and modern herbalism. In this episode, The Seed SistAs share about their experience of working in deep partnership with the poison p…
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This week on the program, a reunion! Mandela van Eeden is leaving Artemis for an epic road trip throughout Africa, where she plans to put her storytelling skills to work on behalf of endangered elephants and rhinoceros. Marcia drops in to talk about what she's been up to ever since leaving Artemis a year ago. We discuss conservation work, burnout, …
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#51 - Join us for a wonderful conversation with Herbalist, Story-teller, and Writer Robin Rose Bennett on the magic and presence we can find with our allies in the green world. In this episode, Robin Rose shares deep Earth-based wisdom on practices and teachings from the plants that can help us connect with a sense of joyful presence and belonging …
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River Sequence (a Meditation) 1. Riffle This moment: like a fat round plum smooth as stone tumbled downstream, at the edge of stillness poised to roll. How long does it take a rock to travel the length of a river? How long does it take a mind to wind its way through a memory? Hold the present, juicy and heavy, in the palm of your hand. Loosen the f…
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New York-based country-soul singer/songwriter Lara Taubman delivers sobering subjects like mortality, mental health, spirituality, survival, and finding hope in an exceedingly turbulent & traumatized world on her sophomore album, Ol’ Kentucky Light, out September 16th on Atomic Sound Record Company. Taubman clearly didn’t just stumble upon her muse…
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This week we're revisiting one of our favorite episodes on a timely subject matter: Rifles - they seem so simple, right? You put the bullet in. You pull the trigger. You (hopefully) kill the animal. But there's a lot of nuance in how a rifle performs, and it can often feel overwhelming to new hunters. This week we're talking to two experts from the…
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#50 – What are the secrets of the wildflowers? Join us for an amazing conversation with Forager, Plant Lover, and Artist Nina Veteto on how plant lore helps us connect with each other and the green world. In this episode, Nina shares her love of flower folklore and how we are wired to connect to the plants through stories. She also offers key insig…
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Long-time Artemis host and friend of the podcast Ashley Chance returns this week to talk about upland birds. As the new hunting heritage program manager at Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever, Ashley is working to conserve upland bird habitat and recruit and retain new hunters. She introduces us to a new film series called How to Hunt Upland Birds,…
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#49 - Join us for a wonderful conversation with Herbalist Rosalee de la Forêt on how connecting with wild medicinal plants supports an experience of joy and deep fulfillment in our relationship with the Earth. In this episode, Rosalee shares about the transformative experience of working with some amazing herbs including St. John’s Wort, Elderberry…
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Alisa Davis took her partner's military career as a chance to fly-fish the waters of several states, including Hawaii, Colorado and North Carolina, while also pursuing advanced education in science. Alisa is an avid outdoors educator and fly-fishing instructor. In her words, "The more we teach fly-fishing, the more people are going to get into fly-…
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#48 - Join us for an incredible conversation with Herbalist and Educator Lupo Passero on the power of deepening our relationship with the medicinal plants of our ancestors. In this episode, Lupo shares about her recent experience of traveling to her ancestral homeland in Sicily and how working with ancestral plants helps us connect with a deep reme…
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https://www.bobrotche.com/Bob Rotche is a Virginia-based wood artist. He has worked with wood in one manner or another for most of his life but it was exposure to the lathe and its ability to create smooth-flowing curves that really captured his imagination. He continues to use the lathe extensively but is now recognized more for his work with carv…
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This week, Artemis program manager Carlee Koutnik tells us about her summer trip aboard a fishing boat called the Warthog in Bristol Bay. The sockeye fishery is a frenzy of activity, and Carlee got to work aboard a 32-foot fishing boat schlepping salmon. We get an inside look at the fishery, the regulations that keep it viable, and the business of …
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