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1. Blood Letters

  • Published: 2018-07-06T02:20:08Z
  • By Gunner XO
Blood Letters

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2. Titanic: 19 Apr 12 Titanic Letters Baroness May Blood

Titanic: 19 Apr 12 Titanic Letters Baroness May Blood

Ciaran Hinds introduces a series of letters written 100 years ago to the day by Titanic passengers, each read by a different famous person. This letter is read by Baroness May Blood. Published on April 19, 2012.

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3. Titanic: 19 Apr 12 Titanic Letters Baroness May Blood

Titanic: 19 Apr 12 Titanic Letters Baroness May Blood

Ciaran Hinds introduces a series of letters written 100 years ago to the day by Titanic passengers, each read by a different famous person. This letter is read by Baroness May Blood.

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4. BLOOD LETTERS by Lian Xi Read by Feodor Chin

BLOOD LETTERS by Lian Xi Read by Feodor Chin

Blood Letters tells the riveting, inspiring, previously unknown story of Lin Zhao, a young Chinese poet and essayist who became a political prisoner in 1960 and was executed eight years later, at the height of the Cultural Revolution. Alone among the victims of Mao's dictatorship, Lin Zhao maintained a stubborn and open opposition to what she viewed as the tyranny of Chinese communism. Her dissent was rooted in her Christian faith. She subscribed to "the political line of Christ," as she put it, affirming human dignity and personal freedom in the face of the enforced conformity of Communism. She believed that, like the enslaved, "those who enslave others can never be free." Lian Xi's absorbing biography is the first life of Lin Zhao to appear in any language. It chronicles her tortuous personal journey from her conversion to Christianity at a Methodist mission school and her fervent embrace of Mao's revolution to her bitter disillusionment following the regime's violent Anti-Rightist campaign of 1957. Returning to the Christian fold and taking up democratic activism, she quickly drew the ire of the regime, and was arrested and locked away in Shanghai's infamous Tilanqiao Prison, the largest prison in the world, known as the "Alcatraz of the Orient." There she composed the prophetic letters, often running to hundreds of thousands of words, that would eventually lead to her becoming the most influential dissident of the Mao years. Lacking any writing instruments and often handcuffed, she would prick herself with bamboo shards and write with her own blood on scraps of paper and clothes. An erudite poet, she drafted verse alluding to Chinese history and both Confucian and Buddhist traditions. Yet her dual lodestars throughout her harrowing incarceration were Christianity and the United States. She wrote of mercy and forgiveness and nonviolence - and of her longing for the freedoms enjoyed by Americans. Refusing to recant or keep quiet, she was finally silenced by the brutal regime she had sought to defeat. Miraculously, Lin Zhao's prison letters survived in the state's massive archives. They finally came to light in 2013 and began to circulate among a select group of Chinese democratic activists--including Lian Xi. Drawing on Lin Zhao's blood letters, her published and private writings from the decade before her arrest, and interviews with informants, friends, family, and classmates, Lian Xi paints an indelible portrait of courage and faith in the face of unrelenting, faceless evil. In the words of Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo, Lin Zhao is "the only voice of freedom left for contemporary China." In Blood Letters, she finally has been given her due as one of the 20th century's most courageous voices against totalitarianism.

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5. BLOOD LETTERS by Lian Xi Read by Feodor Chin - Audiobook Excerpt

BLOOD LETTERS by Lian Xi Read by Feodor Chin - Audiobook Excerpt

The staggering story of the most important Chinese political dissident of the Mao era, a devout Christian who was imprisoned, tortured, and executed by the regime Blood Letters tells the astonishing tale of Lin Zhao, a poet and journalist arrested by the authorities in 1960 and executed eight years later, at the height of the Cultural Revolution. The only Chinese citizen known to have openly and steadfastly opposed communism under Mao, she rooted her dissent in her Christian faith--and expressed it in long, prophetic writings done in her own blood, and at times on her clothes and on cloth torn from her bedsheets. Miraculously, Lin Zhao's prison writings survived, though they have only recently come to light. Drawing on these works and others from the years before her arrest, as well as interviews with her friends, her classmates, and other former political prisoners, Lian Xi paints an indelible portrait of courage and faith in the face of unrelenting evil. Available March 20, 2018 from Hachette Audio as a digital download, and in Print and Ebook from Basic Books. Download: https://www.audible.com/pd/Bios-Memoirs/Blood-Letters-Audiobook/B07B12GZC7?ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=e81b7c27-6880-467a-b5a7-13cef5d729fe&pf_rd_r=YHT7DATAR5S8MZMT0KY3& https://libro.fm/audiobooks/9781478997122 https://www.downpour.com/blood-letters?sp=253482 https://audiobookstore.com/audiobooks/blood-letters.aspx https://www.nookaudiobooks.com/audiobook/168946/blood-letters https://www.estories.com/audiobook/135696/Lian-Xi/Blood-Letters https://itunes.apple.com/us/audiobook/blood-letters-unabridged/id1353400361 Check out our other great titles and more at: http://www.hachetteaudio.com Follow us at: twitter.com/HachetteAudio www.tumblr.com/blog/hachetteaudio www.facebook.com/HachetteAudio

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6. A4. Blood Room - CQLD (99LETTERS Remix)

A4. Blood Room - CQLD (99LETTERS Remix)

REVIEW > http://inverted-audio.com/review/blood-room-dendera-lite-ep/ Following up to excursions on Cloud Bank and Speaker Footage, @blood-room makes his debut on rising intercontinental outlet @s-vn with ‘Dendera Lite‘, a nine-tracker featuring fellow @seagrave-3 affiliates @grahamdunning, @a_i_w_a and @99-letters and more on remix duties.

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7. USISIS

USISIS

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8. Sick Society

Sick Society

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10. This Thing We Are

This Thing We Are

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11. Hinkley Was A Hero (practice room demo)

Hinkley Was A Hero (practice room demo)

Recorded on a IPhone 5. Top notch quality. Only the best.

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12. Last Lost Weekend

Last Lost Weekend

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13. Fuck This

Fuck This

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14. Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words — Blood Taints Fingertips

Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words — Blood Taints Fingertips

Taken from Dreadcade LP Dreadcade collects, reassembles & repurpose 9 songs from the past ten years on to one LP. All of the songs are either sourced from limited edition CDRs, cassettes and compilations or previously unreleased. They were intended as an anniversary, but now they will instead stand as an epitaph. This was always about finding redemption and I know now there's none to have. LP available from iDEAL Recordings or When Skies Are Grey

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15. xenohomophobia

xenohomophobia

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16. Nowhere

Nowhere

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17. Plastic Parade

Plastic Parade

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19. Women of Letters FIRST BLOOD

  • Published: 2017-01-29T11:29:17Z
  • By MissyJack
Women of Letters FIRST BLOOD

Women of Letters is a podcast about the TV Show Supernatural and our fandom. In this episode Amy and Jules discuss Season 12 Episode 9 First Blood. Mail us your feedback or questions to [email protected] For more info on the episode check out supernaturalwiki.com For convention advice, check Amy's blog - spncontips.tumblr.com

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