S2 E12: “Black Ink” feat. Charlotte Sherman and Patricia Welch

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S2 E12: "Black Ink" feat. Charlotte Sherman and Patricia Welch
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S2 E11: “Make the Moon Watch” feat. Moxxy Rogers

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S2 E11: "Make the Moon Watch" feat. Moxxy Rogers
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Episode 8: Orbiting Appropriate

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Episode 8: Orbiting Appropriate
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S2 E10: “It’s Okay for the Game to Change” feat. Zeloszelos Marchandt

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S2 E10: "It's Okay for the Game to Change" feat. Zeloszelos Marchandt
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S2 E9: “Quaking With Laughter” feat. Jeanette Williams

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S2 E9: "Quaking With Laughter" feat. Jeanette Williams
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S2 E8: “A Visceral and Brutal Love” feat. Mare Biddle

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S2 E8: "A Visceral and Brutal Love" feat. Mare Biddle
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 Mare Biddle is a playwright, author, and member of the DGA. Flash Nonfiction publications include “Hair Ties” at The Manifest-station and “Tuesday Morning” in Under the Gum Tree. Her One-Act companion plays “Throwing Snowballs at the Moon” and “Post Game Show” were produced at Arizona’s Theatre Artists Studio. Other dramatic and literary works have appeared in various productions, festivals, and readings. She’s done some good writing and some bad writing, to good reviewsand bad reviews, in perplexing combinations. Mostly she just keeps practicing in Portland, Oregon.

S2 E7: “Let the Earth Feed Our Souls” feat. Katie Doyle

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S2 E7: "Let the Earth Feed Our Souls" feat. Katie Doyle







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Episode 7: Orbiting GLORIA

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Episode 7: Orbiting GLORIA







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S2 E6:”Colors Are My Actors” feat. a.c.ramírez de arellaño

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S2 E6:"Colors Are My Actors" feat. a.c.ramírez de arellaño
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Indigenous 2 Spirit artist a.c.ramírez de arellaño (Taíno Hiwayawa) utilizes public spaces to create a dialogue that educates, inspires, and builds bridges between communities. The artist seeks to draw attention to the capacity for individuals and communities to heal, grow, and thrive through our interconnectedness. Like many Indigenous peoples who push back against erasure and are writing themselves and their Tribal Nations back into history through their art, a.c.ramírez takes inspiration from ancestral stories to create large pieces of art. Working with leather, oil on canvass, and mask making, their work tells a story of overcoming barriers, and the impact of colonialism at the intersection of their disabled, Indigenous, and queer communities. A recipient of the GLAPN Queer Heroes Award, they have been interviewed on OPB, NPR, and numerous other local broadcasts. They have worked artistically with a number of city offices, school districts, non profits, , and currently are participating in a 2021 artist-in-residency program with Ten Tiny Talks. Their work has been added to Regional Arts & Culture Council’s collection of public art for the City of Portland, Oregon.

S2 E5 Score One For Me feat. Darlene Zimbardi

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S2 E5 Score One For Me feat. Darlene Zimbardi
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Darlene Zimbardi is an author and performer. Her illness memoir, “If Only George Clooney Were My Doctor,” is an off-beat take about her time on life support.Her writing about illness advocacy has been performed as staged readings in New York City and her writing on caregiving has been featured in ensemble theater pieces at the George Street Playhouse in New Jersey, and a community reading at the Profile Theater in Portland. Darlene considers herself part of the Narrative Medicine Movement.