25 episodes

What does it mean to be a good woman?

The 24 Hour Woman Magdalen Zinky

    • Society & Culture

What does it mean to be a good woman?

    Matrescence

    Matrescence

    Looking for the forest in a time of hormonal rearrangement.


    Educational resource: Caring for the Caregivers Ep from 3/1/19 “Challenging Responses and Staying in Your Power”
    EDIT: Indrani Goradia’s foundation is referred to in the episode as Indrani’s Light Foundation. The foundation has been renamed RAFT (Resilience for Advocates through Foundational Training). Check them out — they are doing great work.

    If you like what you're hearing...
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    - Leave a rating and a review
    - Support financially! Monthly support at patreon.com/the24hourwomanpodcast or 1 time cash infusion through Venmo @magdalen.zinky

    So many fun extracurriculars!
    - Rachel Jepson Wolf of LüSa Organics: www.lusaorganicsblog.com
    - Dr. Andrea Sacks: www.alexandrasacksmd.com. Also check out her article "The Birth of a Mother"
    - Lily Desmond’s latest album is here! "Desert" is available on lilydesmond.bandcamp.com

    Follow on social media! Or more precisely - Instagram @magdalen.zinky
    Interested in reading more about my process? I'm blogging about it at magdalenzinky.com, where you can also find more information about the rest of my work.

    • 34 min
    No Time To Rate The Rest Stop - Rachel Bewley and Kate Bewley

    No Time To Rate The Rest Stop - Rachel Bewley and Kate Bewley

    Debutantes, boho babysitters, and kids obsessed with honesty: a conversation with Rachel Bewley and Kate Bewley.


    Do your homework! Understand how sugar is made - both the process and the human cost. www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/08/14/magazine/sugar-slave-trade-slavery.html

    Support my work! Help others find the podcast through word of mouth and by leaving a rating and a review. If you are able, support financially:
    Patreon: patreon.com/the42hourwomanpodcast
    Venmo: @magdalen.zinky


    Blogging weekly at magdalenzinky.com
    Posting intermittently on Instagram @magdalen.zinky

    More music from Lily Desmond at lilydesmond.bandcamp.com

    • 47 min
    Creating Resonance

    Creating Resonance

    A fraught conversation with her mother leads Magdalen to revisit an essay on class in literature by writer Lorraine Berry. Read the essay on LitHub: lithub.com/the-literary-class-system-is-impoverishing-literature.


    Do your homework! Listen to Yoga Is Dead to understand what Western culture + money + hubris is doing to the tradition of yoga (yogaisdeadpodcast.com).

    Bonus: If you didn’t understand the reference Magdalen made to the summer of 1919, look up the Red Summer. It’s important to understand what has and hasn’t changed in 100 years.

    Support my work! Help others find the podcast through word of mouth and by leaving a rating and a review. If you are able, support financially:
    Merch! Very limited time on this!! - bonfire.com/store/the-24-hour-woman/
    Patreon: patreon.com/the42hourwomanpodcast
    Venmo: @magdalen.zinky

    For more c-c-c-content…
    Blogging weekly at magdalenzinky.com
    Posting intermittently on Instagram @magdalen.zinky

    More music from our composer Lily Desmond available at lilydesmond.bandcamp.com

    You can read more work by Lorraine Berry ambersands.net/ambersands-lorraine-berry

    • 37 min
    Reclamation

    Reclamation

    Sometimes fixing a problem demands building a new kind of tool. Sometimes it demands you do some shouting in a field.


    This week’s education prompt: Spread calm - start with yourself. Doing a yoga video is a good way to start. My favorite is yogawithadriene.com.

    If you like what you’re hearing:
    1. Tell a friend
    2. Rate and review (algorithms, people!)
    3. Support financially - Venmo @magdalen.zinky, Patreon @ patreon.com/the24hourwomanpodcast

    Follow me on Instagram @magdalen.zinky to see pictures of me in my priestess headdress.

    Visit my website and read further musings on process - magdalenzinky.com

    Email me and tell me about the birds you know and love - the24hourwomanpodcast@gmail.com

    Remember to check out Lily Desmond’s music: lilydesmond.bandcamp.com and sloppyjanemusic.bandcamp.com

    • 29 min
    I've Been Called To Gaydu - Kiki Davenport

    I've Been Called To Gaydu - Kiki Davenport

    A conversation with theatre educator Kiki Davenport about teaching theatre in China, taking big career risks, and why she struggles to get through the airport.


    Education resource: Listen to the Ebonics episode of the podcast "You’re Wrong About…" And maybe do some reading/listening/internet searching to come up with your own resource to share with others.

    More fun! Follow me on Instagram @ magdalen.zinky - and you can follow Kiki @ kiki_davenport. Email me your thoughts on being called to action, the 24hourwomanpodcast@gmail.com.

    Check out my website magdalenzinky.com for blog posts and more.

    Like what you’re hearing? This is a listener supported podcast: Make a one time donation on Venmo @ magdalen.zinky or join my Patreon for monthly donations, patreon.com/the24hourwomenpodcast.

    • 48 min
    What Brings Glory

    What Brings Glory

    Building foundations for an artistic practice or even just a sane life - and the frazzle the follows a week of broken habits. Plus, a visit from a very special guest.

    This week’s education prompt: Cite BIPOC writings in your research, use BIPOC materials in your studies, take small steps to decolonize your education - and your everyday thinking. As usual, the library is a great place to start.

    If you like what you’re hearing:
    1. Tell a friend
    2. Rate and review (algorithms, people!)
    3. Support financially - Venmo @magdalen.zinky

    Follow me on Instagram @magdalen.zinky

    Visit my website and read further musings on process - magdalenzinky.com

    Email me and tell me about the routines that keep you sane - the24hourwomanpodcast@gmail.com

    Remember to check out Lily Desmond’s new album: lilydesmond.bandcamp.com

    • 19 min

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