The Land Whale Murders: Performance and Permanence (ft. Jonathan A. Goldberg)

The Land Whale Murders: Performance and Permanence (ft. Jonathan A. Goldberg)
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The Land Whale Murders: Performance and Permanence (ft. Jonathan A. Goldberg)

Jan 31 2022 | 00:27:51

Episode 0 January 31, 2022 00:27:51

Show Notes

When’s the last time you listened to a madcap comedy podcast following the adventures of gallant scientists as they battle evil in Gilded Age New York? Welcome to the Land Whale Murders where things. Get. STRANGE.

The Land Whale Murders is a fast paced alternate history comedy in the spirit of Mel Brooks and Monty Python; a true delight for history nerds, science geeks, and anyone who ever wanted to stand up for what was right even when they were very bad at doing it. And in today’s discussion, Evo chats with Jonathan A. Goldberg about the challenges of adapting live theatre performances into permanent recordings.

Jonathan has written several podcast including Fall of the House of Sunshine and Radio Free Mushroom America. He also co-wrote Margaret’s Garden with Pacific Obadiah and wrote the first season of A Simple Herstory. He is also an internationally produced playwright with work seen across the country. Some works include: The Jew and the Demon (Rita and Burton Goldberg Prize), How to Shoot a Bull Moose (Israel Baron Award), Real Dead Ghosts (Jeffrey Mackey Award finalist), Sousepaw (Best of SF Fringe). He won the L Magazine Pocket Fiction Contest and has far too many cats. MFA Tisch School of the Arts, NYU.


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Inside the Episode

The Land Whale Murders can be found at their website, or anywhere you get podcasts

You can learn more about Jonathan’s work at

This episode was produced by Stuart Barefoot and edited by Jude Brewer

Music was created by Jude Brewer

About the Host 

Evo Terra has the dubious honor of releasing the 40th podcast… ever. Other notable podcasting elements from his past include authoring Podcasting For Dummies and Expert Podcasting Practices for Dummies, launching and running one of the first large podcast networks, building a successful strategic podcast consultancy, and is a celebrated keynote speaker on stages around the world. He’s also done a bunch of really, really weird stuff that Google still shows.

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