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IN THIS FILE: John Milton/"Paradise Lost"/"L'Allegro"; William Shakespeare/"The Tempest"; "Sidewalks of New York" (song); Procol Harum/"A Whiter Shade of Pale"; etymology; Elizabeth Gilbert; differing understandings of the word 'genius'; Edmund Spenser/William Blake/Alfred, Lord Tennyson/John Keats/Lord Byron/William Wordsworth; 'ingenium' (Latin noun); Carl Sagan/Baruch Spinoza/Albert Einstein; the numinous; Juliet Capulet/"Romeo and Juliet"; whirling dervishes/sema; Luís Alberto Urrea/"writing toward the trance""; Rose Masterpol/orgasmic abandonment; surrendering to wonder
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Executive Producers: Mar Hobbs, Patsy Moore
Producer, Host: Patsy Moore

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released May 2, 2016
"The Simulation Hypothesis", by Revolution Void, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. (bit.ly/1jmalQx)

"Crossbill Swallows 2", by Nick Kuepfer, is licensed under an Attribution-NoDerivs 2.5 License. (bit.ly/1NZRqX6)

excerpt from "L'Allegro", by John Milton, read by Tom O'Bedlam (bit.ly/23jEjsC)

"Sidewalks of New York", by Charles B. Lawlor and James W. Blake. 1894. (on.nypl.org/1rO2WCw)

Procol Harum. "A Whiter Shade of Pale". By Gary Brooker, Matthew Charles Fisher, and Keith Reid. Deram Records/Decca, 1967. audio recording.

"Adam, Are You Free?", by P C III, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. (bit.ly/1dicRGw)

"Brooks", by Kai Engel, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. (bit.ly/1dicRGw)

Annie Lennox. "A Whiter Shade of Pale". Medusa. By Gary Brooker, Matthew Charles Fisher, and Keith Reid. Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) , 1995. audio recording.

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the creation files Los Angeles, California

"The Creation Files" (aka: stuff behind the making of stuff) is a bi-weekly, inspirational podcast for creatives, airing new episodes on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Hosted by Patsy Moore—music composer, recording artist, filmmaker, poet, essayist, spiritual counselor, and speaker. Her book, Things I've Come to Realize in the Past Few Days (No. 1), was published in 2015. ... more

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