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Light On Light Through


You'll hear a little of this and lot of that on Light On Light Through - my reviews of great television series, my interviews with authors and creative media people and their interviews of me, my political commentary, thoughts about my favorite cars and food and space travel, discussions of my music, and a few of my readings from my science fiction stories. These are usually audio and a few are video.  In the first years, starting in 2006, I put up a new episode at least once a month.  More recently, it's become more or less often than once a month, usually a lot less often.  But now, in the Fall of 2018, I'm getting more in the mood to podcast, and you can expect new episodes at least once a month.  - Paul Levinson

Dec 2, 2006

Oh yeah ... almost walkin' on sunshine, in my Crocs ... and talkin' all about it in Episode 11 of Light On Light Through ... from Thom McCan to Clark's Wallabees to Rockport to Crocs ... a manifesto for shoe liberation and maybe comfort and energy over style...

Also in Almost Walkin -

  1. Email from Larry Ketchersid, author of Dusk Before Dawn, about the inevitable development of devices that seek out all videos of us on the Web, and take them out ... a rebound for privacy, in the aftermath of what I was saying in my last podcast, Every Eye's A Camera, Every Ear's a Mike...
  2. Voicemail from Mike of the MikeThinks.com podcast about time travel and Heroes
  3. Continuing the MP3 giveaway of The Chronology Protection Case radio play - see LOLT Episode 8, Time Travel in Fiction and Fact
  4. Jay Kensinger's killer trailer for his 2002 The Chronology Protection Case movie debuts on this LightonLightthrough.com web page - look down the column to your right
  5. I'm reading the first chapter of The Plot to Save Socrates at Emon Hassan's http://thesoundpalette.com - just as I do in my readings in bookstores and conventions, except I'm in my living room, and you can listen in.  And you can find my exclusive essay on "How I Came to Write The Plot to Save Socrates," as well as the first chapter, at Emon's http://wordspalette.com
  6. Great record by Jeffrey Foucault - Mesa Arizona -  from his Ghost Repeater album.  The New Yorker said the album is "full of gravelly, gorgeously rolling poems about weather, trains, and love... exceptional."   More of his folk rock country at the Podsafe Music Network http://www.podshow.com/music/?keywords=Foucault  See also http://www.jeffreyfoucault.com/news.html for lyrics.

Enjoy...

Paul

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The Plot to Save Socrates - my latest novel
"challenging fun" - Entertainment Weekly
"Da Vinci-esque thriller - New York Daily News