Hello all, and welcome to In the Margins — a podcast to connect creators across different mediums and discuss their processes, experiences, and social issues. The podcast is hosted by first-year languages student, Eli, who is a writer, vocalist, and podcast enthusiast
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In the Margins - S2 Ep. 6
Nov 29, 2021 • 01:09:31
Blair is — in their own words — the “completely bats graduate from Sheridan illustration”, so AKA: a freelance artist and a former manager of a sticker-printing company. Today we talk about racism, stress, and mental health while juggling ten art assignments at once.
In the Margins - S2 Ep. 5
Nov 15, 2021 • 00:59:36
To have art as a hobby or as a career, to send your child to public school or home school, and to play the flute or do homework are some of the most difficult questions you will have to make in your life. Today (or if you listen closely, in…
In the Margins - S2 Ep. 4
Nov 1, 2021 • 01:00:32
Have you ever wondered about the differences between being bullied in Canada vs China? Have you ever been cruel to a moth and named it David? Do you ever have a brain that doesn’t quite keep up? This episode may be for you. Today I talk with Minna about her…
In the Margins - S2 Ep. 3
Oct 18, 2021 • 00:57:52
Do you have opinions on Spongebob Squarepants? Today’s episode is for you. Anthony Siprak tells me about his opinions on Spongebob, healthy relationships, and the seriousness of writing (or not)!
In the Margins - S2 Ep. 2
Oct 4, 2021 • 01:00:53
Well, well, well, look who it is: a neurotypical artistic ghost, Brianna Van Esch, who has come to talk to us about art school, discovering your style, and how she once was followed around a museum by a security guard. You might even learn a few tips and tricks on…
In The Margins - S2 Ep.1
Sep 20, 2021 • 01:00:59
Join us this week for the brand-spanking new episode of In the Margins, season two! Today I talk with poet and aspiring author, John Arthur Wood — who you can find on instagram @johnarthurwood — about the chronicles of Banana Man, sentient sausages, and how to manage a poetry instagram…
In the Margins - Ep. 14
Apr 7, 2021 • 01:00:17
Jessica Silva is a Canadian singer/songwriter currently studying Community Music at Wilfrid Laurier. In early 2021, she released her debut singles: “The One Who Makes Me Smile” and “Chaos City”! Today she talks about her history in choral music and getting over her stage-fright. Don’t miss a sneak-peek at her…
In the Margins - Ep. 11
Mar 24, 2021 • 01:07:10
Professor Jenny Kerber of Wilfrid Laurier university joins us on the show to speak about her experiences as a professor, publishing academically, and environmental racism! We also dive into border literature and the actual social, environmental, and legal implications of various kinds of borders.
In the Margins - Ep. 10
Mar 10, 2021 • 01:01:22
Clara is a second year Film student at Wilfrid Laurier who was diagnosed with autism at age twenty. This year, she has launched her own podcast here at Radio Laurier, called the You Don’t Look Autistic Podcast — and this week we chat in-depth about the creation process, how she…
In the Margins - Ep. 9
Feb 24, 2021 • 01:05:24
This week on In the Margins, we talk to Vic, a second year English major, about unsolved mysteries, creative nonfiction, and ace attorney! …And her insatiable curiosity about the ocean. Don’t miss it!