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Robert and Holly are back for Season 6! We kick things off by talking about what happened over the summer, what we’re looking forward to in the fall, and why we’re excited about this season. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - order Hiding in the Pews: Shining Light on Mental Illness in the Church by Steve Austin - the GoFundMe for…
 
Mariah Hanson, founder and producer of the legendary Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend talks with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about celebrating The Dinah's 30th anniversary that takes place September 29th through October 3rd in Palm Springs, CA. The Dinah is back on track for an exceptional 5-day event with an epic slate of…
 
Author Sarah F. Pearlman talks about “Bar Time: A Lesbian Rite of Passage: Bar Stories by Older Lesbians” with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™. "Bar Time" is a new collection of writings by twenty-six older lesbians telling their not-to-be-erased lesbian history through stories, poetry, a play and a collection of beloved disc…
 
Faith, Claire and Florence have come together in a beautiful triangle formation to bring to life, creative ethics consultancy, CogDis. Their mission is to ease cognitive dissonance. Which is the discomfort felt when we behave in contradiction to our beliefs. And in doing so it’s their aim to rewire the future. Blending their unique talents and expe…
 
Ann Hampton Callaway one of America’s most gifted artists in pop and jazz talks with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about her upcoming live performances as COVID restrictions continue to be lifted. First up Ann will be performing her very popular one woman show "The Streisand Songbook" on July 13th at 8P at a new venue on Ca…
 
Marc Smolowitz a multi-award-winning independent filmmaker based in San Francisco talks with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about his company 13TH GEN. 13TH GEN is an entrepreneurial boutique company with a current slate of some 10-15 high quality projects both fiction and nonfiction all at different stages. 13TH GEN works w…
 
Sara Sozzani Maino is a curious seeker of emerging creative talent. As head of Vogue Talents, deputy director of Vogue Italia and international brand ambassador at Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, Sara supports creativity to be recognised in an increasingly competitive fashion landscape. Sara began her fashion career in 1991, alongside her mot…
 
Lisa Viola, Artistic Director for the Provincetown International Film Festival talks to Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about the 23rd PIFF that takes place June 16th to 25th both virtually and in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The newly re-envisioned hybrid festival came together with the ingenuity and sheer determination of a…
 
Filmmaker Jen Rainin and Curve magazine founder Franco Stevens talk about their new documentary “Ahead Of The Curve” with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™. The film was release on digital platforms and Wolfe Video DVD on June 1st. The award-winning documentary features Melissa Etheridge, Lea DeLaria, Jewelle Gomez and Franco S…
 
Robert and Holly sign off for the summer! In our final episode of Season 5: we share our reflections on the season (4:10), why we take the summer off (11:28), what we’re reading this summer (17:06), and ways we plan to rest (25:20). Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing o…
 
This week we’re joined by Abby Norman, author of the new book You Can Talk to God Like That: The Surprising Power of Lament to Save Your Faith. She tells us about lament on a personal level, a community level, and a societal level. Full show notes at CXMHPodcast.com/episodes.By Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
 
Stephanie Battaglino talks with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about her new memoir “Reflections From Both Sides of the Glass Ceiling: Finding My True Self in Corporate America” published by L’Oste Vineyard Press. After many years in the corporate world struggling to find her true self Battaglino went on to become New York L…
 
This week' we’re joined by Dr. Joseph Currier to talk about moral injury. In the intro, Robert & Holly talk about funny ways they’ve gotten injured. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - CXMH 91 - Spiritual Bypassing (feat. Dr. Jesse Fox) - CXMH 103 - How We Move Through Suffering (feat. Dr. Daryl Van Tongeren & Sara Showalter Van To…
 
Author Lee Wind talks with Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about his new book “No Way, They Were Gay?: Hidden Lives and Secret Loves” a Queer History Project published by Zest/Lerner. In “No Way, They Were Gay?” Wind takes the reader on a fascinating journey through primary sources of poetry, memoir, news clippings and images…
 
I’m delighted to welcome you to our the first of our two special podcast episodes which accompanies our Defining Success report. For this first podcast we tackle a tricky subject for creatives: money. In search of expert guidance around what makes a creative venture attractive to financial investors and how we should plan for our personal financial…
 
Content warning: suicide, substance abuse, loss. This week we’re joined by Rev. Dr. Angela Gorrell to talk about her job studying joy, a season of unexpected losses, and what she learned when those two collided. Angela’s new book is The Gravity of Joy: A Story of Being Lost and Found.By Robert Vore & Dr. Holly Oxhandler
 
Content warning: in this episode we talk about suicide, self-harm, bad therapy experiences, and more. ——— This week we’re joined by the wonderful Sarah J. Robinson! Sarah’s upcoming book I Love Jesus, But I Want to Die: Finding Hope in the Darkness of Depression shares her journey of wrestling with things like suicidal thoughts and self-harm while …
 
We’re joined by author & podcast host Lisa Colón DeLay to talk about exploring our internal landscapes. Lisa explains why it’s important to hear from more than just culturally dominant theologians, how spiritual practices can help us learn more about ourselves, and how we can find healing. Things we mention in this episode/other resources: - the Jo…
 
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