Woodrat Podcast 34: Platonic love

A poetic celebration of non-romantic love and close friendship. Contributors include: Augustine, Brenda Clews, Jason Crane, Risa Denenberg, Ann Drysdale, Kate Fitzpatrick, Stephanie Goehring, Howie Good, Uma Gowrishankar, Joanne Hudson, Pat Jones, Sid Kemp, Maria Koliopoulou, W.F. Lantry, Ami Mattison, Carolee Sherwood, Paul Stevens, and Marly Youmans.

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“The Starry Fool” by Marly Youmans originally appeared in Mezzo Cammin, “Epic” by Stephanie Goehring in 42opus, and “L’Hirondelle” by W.F. Lantry in Damazine. The music in “Veils to Clothe Venus” by Brenda Clews is by Buz Hendricks, used by permission. The podcast theme music is “Le grand sequoia,” by Innvivo (Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike licence).

9 Comments


  1. Wonderful, thanks Dave and everyone! Did you know that in Finland (and Slovenia, I think) Valentine’s Day isn’t about romantic love, but platonic love, a celebration of good friendship, and thus called Friendship Day.


    1. Wow, no, I didn’t know that! My already high estimation of Finland just went even higher.


  2. I’m caught up with the sing-song voice and story of Augustine…

    Sweet and enough for now.

    Thank you for this (so far)… just wonderful, Dave.


  3. If I play or download this and play I only seem to get the first 10 minutes or so.


      1. Oh good. I wonder what the problem was there? Worrisome. I’m paying $30/year to store podcast audio off-site at WordPress.com just so it will stream without interruption (Via Negativa and its sister sites are on an abyssmally low-rent shared webhost).


  4. This is great. Thanks Dave, and all the contributors.

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