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Douglas Bolles and William Morgan host a lively weekly conversation in which they naturally discuss "the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything" with the interesting authors, thinkers, syncers and philosophers of our day. The show has its genesis in a series of discussions regarding The Sync Book, of which, both hosts are authors.


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09.12.16 Episode 240: Claire Vaye Watkins
Gold Fame Citrus
The program considers the allure and propaganda of the West as well as its harsh realities with Guggenheim fellow, Claire Vaye Watkins, author of the recent Gold Fame Citrus, published in 2015 by Riverbed Books.
Topics: Mojave Desert, Dune, Frank & Brian Herbert, Victorians, Cli-Fy, Corrections, Erotica, Geological Time, White Whale, Kidnapper, Dowser, Cults, Kunzru, Gods Without Men, Benevolent Sexism, Chivalry, Liars, Conmen, Belief, Story Powell, Muir, Melville, Wasteland, Yucca Mountain, Lawns, Water, Cadillac Desert, Stegner, Angel of Repose, Domination.
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09.05.16

Olympia Sync Summit 2016 (239)

Synker Things

Will and Doug come home from vacation to discuss their first meeting at the 2016 Oly Sync Summit.

08.08.16

Summer Book Club (238)

1Q84

The program again discusses "alternate realities" for this, our third edition of the seasonal book club, but this time under the guise of 1Q84, Haruki Murakami's gigantic novel from 2011. Our friends of the book for this program include Talitha Wall, Dennis Koch, & SJ Anderson.

08.01.16

Dr. Jonice Webb (237)

Running On Empty

As a close to our monthly exploration of emptiness, we consider childhood emotional neglect with author and clinical psychologist, Dr. Jonice Webb, who wrote Running On Empty which looks with a discerning eye at what didn't happen in childhood creating a lack in later life.

07.27.16

John Zerzan (236)

Running On Emptiness

The program celebrates Independence Day with primitivist philosopher and author, John Zerzan. We consider mass society, anarchy, and technology for 42 minutes.

07.14.16

Loren Coleman (235)

Sync Renegade 8: Crypto-Language

Loren Coleman returns to 42 Minutes to aid the search for monsters with updates on recent developments in the fields of his expertise: Copycat Shootings, Forteana, and Twilight Language.

07.04.16

Zander Sherman (234)

Running on Empty: Anarchy & Alienation

The origin of the word "anarchy" comes from the Greek which means "without" "chief" or "ruler." We explore this today for 42 minutes with Canadian essayist, Zander Sherman.

06.27.16

Jeffrey Kripal (233)

The Super Natural

The extraordinary exists if we know where to look for it and how to think about it, and today's guest, Dr Jeffrey Kripal, author of the recent book, The Super Natural, helps us to see it.

06.20.16

Robert Damon Schneck (232)

The Bye Bye Man

Today's procession of the damned considers the strange-but-true tale of American horror, The Bye Bye Man, recounted by historian, Robert Damon Schneck, which will become a major motion picture this winter.

06.13.16

Erik Davis (231)

TechGnosis

Gnosticism is the belief that the god of this world is false. Today, we enter the world next door by going into a rabbit hole with author and speaker, Erik Davis. We consider his popular 1998 book, TechGnosis, which has recently been republished by North Atlantic Books.

06.05.16

John Thorne & Brad Dukes (230)

The Great Southern

For this 42 Minutes, we're inquiring about clean rooms, reasonably priced, but not at the Great Northern, at the Great Southern rather. Today we'll dig into this Twin Peaks fan fest with a couple of the panelists: John Thorne, creator and editor of Wrapped In Plastic Magazine, and Brad Dukes, author of Reflections.

05.29.16

Matt Ruff (229)

Lovecraft Country

Today, for 42 minutes, we are taking a dangerous drive through the horrors and terrors of Lovecraft Country with our guide, author Matt Ruff, his most recent novel of Jim Crow America melds historical fiction, pulp noir, and Lovecraftian horror and fantasy.

05.21.16

Mikela Jay

Death and Taxes

Will takes Mikela on a road trip to the Merry o land of Oz, using Mikela's work, they discover the connection of Oz and economics. (Originally released as Member's exclusive, back on 10.09.15)

05.15.16

Michael Allen

Synchrodelic

Tonight, for a bonus midweek freestyle, the program checks in with LA for our 2016 Coachella report and to talk "Synchrodelia" with our favorite projectionist, Michael Allen.

05.09.16

Lars Howlett (228)

Labyrinth Builder

Today we are exploring an embodied sacred geometry by sharing 42 minutes with Lars Howlett, journeyman Labyrinth designer and builder.

05.02.16

Jenn Zahrt (227)

The Minotaur & The Petroglyphs

The program reconnects with someone we first met at the Boise Spring Sync, Dr. Jenn Zahrt, author, publisher, editor, astrologer, translator, artist, amazing!

04.28.16

David Plate

Will Morgan Sync Renegade 7: Shark Tank

Will spends some time catching up with David Plate as they discuss a multitude of David's current projects.

04.11.16

Spring Book Club (226)

The Southern Reach Trilogy: Annihilation

Today marks the second edition of our seasonal book club. This time the program discusses the first installment of the Southern Reach Trilogy--Annihilation--with members of the Always Record Bizarro Crew: Talitha Wall, Dennis Koch, & SJ Anderson.

03.30.16

Jason Sievers (225)

Treefort Trail Guide

Today we put Treefort 2016 to bed, but we have local help from Jason Sievers, the photographer and animator who puts together the Treefort Trail Guide.

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