Finding Our Voice, with Zach Cohen

Finding Our Voice, with Zach Cohen

Zach Cohen is a musician and flute maker whose debut album, The Ancient Way, was released in January 2020. You can find him online at ElBuhoFlutes.com. Zach talks with Eric about finding his voice, making bamboo flutes, one song on his album, and about sacredness, among other things. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other associated premium content on Patreon.

Core Collapse Competencies, with Rachael Rice

Core Collapse Competencies, with Rachael Rice

Rachael Rice is an artist, writer, grief monger and death worker. You can find her online at RachaelRice.com. She talks with Eric about how apocalypse means different things to different people, how we are in a war of imaginations, death phobia in the apocalypse, and core collapse competencies, among other things. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other associated premium content on Patreon.

Energy and the Human Superorganism, with Nate Hagens

Energy and the Human Superorgranism, with Nate Hagens

Nathan Hagens is a former hedge fund manager who studies fossil energy depletion and founded the website The Oil Drum. He talks with Eric about the turn of events that shifted his career and attention away from the finance sector and to the study and social context of energy, people’s resistance to stories about reduced consumption, fossil fuel depletion, human beings as a superorganism, and adaptive cycles, among other things. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other premium content on Patreon.

Surrendering to the Enormity, with Vicki Robin

Surrendering to the Enormity, with Vicki Robin

Vicki Robin is a social innovator, speaker, and author who wrote Your Money or Your Life with Joe Dominguez and, more recently, Blessing the Hands That Feed Us. She and Eric talk about breaking through walls of denial, the importance of surrender as we reckon with collapse, and finding our tribes and our places, among other things. A note: Vicki mentions Leslie Danziger, but meant to say Leslie Davenport. Listeners can find transcripts, an episode outline, list of links and resources, and other associated content on Patreon.

Holistic Resistance, with Aaron Johnson

Holistic Resistance, with Aaron Johnson

Aaron Johnson is an earth builder, a teacher of closeness, an activist dedicated to ending racism, and a co-founder of Holistic Resistance. In this episode he talks with Eric about the importance of understanding the impacts of trauma on our lives, about touch as a mode of healing, and a dream he recently had about the interplay between physical touch and conquest, among other things. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other associated content on Patreon.

Looking Critically at Catastrophism, with Harlan Morehouse

Looking Critically at Catastrophism, with Harlan Morehouse

Harlan Morehouse teaches at the University of Vermont and has a keen interest in how people negotiate their futures with regard to 21st century social and environmental uncertainties. He talks with Eric about how catastrophism and apocalypticism show up in modern film and literature, how they tend to favor individualism over collectivism, and how he stays balanced while immersed in these narratives, among other things. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other associated content on Patreon.

Memes, Intersectionality, and Death, with Tada Hozumi

Memes, Intersectionality, and Death, with Tada Hozumi

Tada Hozumi coaches and consults on the practice of cultural somatics and manages the website Selfish Activist. They talk with Eric about cultural somatics, the interplay between memes and intersectional social justice activism, and judging our memes by their willingness to disappear, among other things. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other associated content on Patreon.

Climate Trauma, with Kristy Johnsson

Climate Trauma, with Kristy Johnsson

In this episode Eric is joined by Kristy Johnsson, a licensed therapist and Living Inquiries facilitator who helps people work with climate anxiety, grief, and despair. She talks with Eric about what climate trauma is, trauma’s impact on our nervous system, and its role in creating today’s environmental crises, among other things. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other associated content on Patreon.

Embracing Apocalypse

Embracing Apocalypse, with Eric Garza

In this first episode of Embracing Apocalypse, host Eric Garza introduces himself, explains the rationale behind this podcast, and offers listeners a sense of what to expect from future episodes. He explores the meaning of apocalypse and how it has changed, its relevance to today’s world, and how it relates to the cycles that systems naturally move through. Listeners can find transcripts, show notes, and other associated content on Patreon.