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Breakfast in the Ruins podcast

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  • Breakfast in the Ruins podcast

    I haven’t see any mention of the podcast here. It is a Moorcock podcast that I have been enjoying lately. Has anyone else been listening? Some good discussions and quite a few laughs.
    I('d) tell you all, we are young at the end of this cycle, and there may be no rest even when we are done.- Devin Townsend

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    Thanks! I’ll have to check that out. I had no idea.

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    • #3
      Breakfast in the Ruins, is a very good site, with some nice reviews of Mike's work & related stuff. 👍

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      • #4
        I’ve been pards with them on twitter for a year now. We chat a bit and I’m hoping to meet up down the road. It’s an amazing podcast. But... language. I can’t listen to it around my 7 yrOld.
        "Self-discipline and self-knowledge are the key. An individual becomes a unique universe, able to move at will through all the scales of the multiverse - potentially able to control the immediate reality of every scale, every encountered environment."
        --Contessa Rose von Bek, Blood part 4, chapter 12

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        • #5
          I've contacted him via Goodreads (where he's Multiverse--Michael Moorcock forum member Stimbot5000) about this post.

          He tried joining back in February but was tripped up by a broken validation link. Hopefully, those technical difficulties will soon get sorted.

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          • #6
            Yup - very enjoyable. Exactly the right mix of affection and irreverence

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            • #7
              I enjoy the podcast. Sometimes it is just nice to share my sonic space with fellow travelers of The Moonbeam Roads. It seems there are quite a few of us who Mike has touched and inspired. It is difficult seeing so much fantasy that is influenced by his imagination that never pays homage to the man himself. To me it is a little comfort knowing that there are a few of us who understand and appreciate the role he has played in the progression of the collective imagination.

              I truly enjoy listening as others connect and reconnect with these books and characters.
              I('d) tell you all, we are young at the end of this cycle, and there may be no rest even when we are done.- Devin Townsend

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Navigator View Post
                I enjoy the podcast. Sometimes it is just nice to share my sonic space with fellow travelers of The Moonbeam Roads. It seems there are quite a few of us who Mike has touched and inspired. It is difficult seeing so much fantasy that is influenced by his imagination that never pays homage to the man himself. To me it is a little comfort knowing that there are a few of us who understand and appreciate the role he has played in the progression of the collective imagination.

                I truly enjoy listening as others connect and reconnect with these books and characters.
                It’s amazing how generous Mike is about his massive contributions. As he has said many times, he took a little out of the pot that was there and tried to put some back in. What a massive understatement about his contributions to literature. Even more of an understatement about his contributions to imaginations.

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