Updated January 19th, 2018
Flicks To Hold You Over
“Background To Danger” | January 10th, 2018
Eric Renderking Fisk reviews the George Raft movie from 1943 about spies in Southern Europe and a devious Nazi plot. He also discusses every writer's remorse: the work that never was. Also, check out Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984) and other Flicks To Hold You Over
The Metaphysical Connection
Episode 72- Pentagon's X-Files | January 6th, 2018
In this episode recorded on December 20th, Walt Schnabel and Eric Renderking Fisk discuss the latest developments from The Washington Post and The New York times who divulged the secret program run by The Pentagon and Bigelow Aerospace which investigated Unexplained Arial Phenomenon or as they are most commonly called “Unidentified Flying Objects,” or “UFO’s.”
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Food and Drink
The Fedora Chronicles Food and Drink: Spellbound Cabernet Sauvignon
Eric Renderking Fisk shares a bottle from California, vintage 2015.
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The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show Christmas 2017 | December 24th, 2017
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show simulcast of The Dieselpunk Podcast Christmas Special 2017. This time on the show, John Pyka and Eric Renderking Fisk are joined by Larry Amyett and Daisy O'Dair to discuss Dieselpunk holiday movies and how some Christmas traditions we enjoy today have their origins in the Jazz Era.
Radio Show Episode 75: "The Lost Art of Manliness!" | December 16th, 2017
John Pyka and Eric Renderking Fisk - a talk about the lost art of Manliness, adrenaline addiction, and the growing phobia towards fear in our society. We also address how we cure the fear of being afraid in future tutorials we will host in future episodes. Listen to past episodes on The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show Home Page
The Book Cellar
"Fluency," by Jennifer Foehner Wells | November 2014
"I'm not exactly sure what it would be like to travel in a small capsule with a half dozen or so fellow astronauts for a couple of months to an abandoned alien space craft. But Jennifer Foehner Wells does..." then read past reviews in The Book Cellar.
The Fedora Chronicles Style Guide
"The Harlot of Steampunk Babylon," |July 11th, 2017 - The punch line? When a group has a leader with a messiah complex, it always ends badly! Commentary by Eric Renderking Fisk