LRB Podcast: s t a g c u l t A storyteller, mythologist and poet, Martin Shaw’s latest collection, s t a g c u l t (Hazel Press, 2022) lifts a lantern to a kind of haunting we can’t quite exorcise, or don’t wish to. Shaw was joined in conversation by Claire Armitstead, associate culture editor at the Guardian and presenter of their weekly books podcast.
Mythologist Martin Shaw's Visionary Conversion to Christianity. An interview with Premier Unbelievable? Conversations between Christians and non-Christians, hosted by Justin Brierley.
House, Bridge, Fountain, Gate, Pitcher, Fruit-Tree, Window: A radio hymn to the things around us inspired by the Duino Elegies of Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke, on BBC Radio 4 Rainer Maria Rilke’s Duino Elegies, written between 1912 and 1922, are often considered to be one of the cornerstones of European literature in the 20th Century. Produced in a time of collapse and change, amidst political turmoil and spiritual flux, the poems grapple with what it means to be human, charting the soul’s journey through existential
Knights and Mystics – Martin Shaw & Jonathan Pageau in conversation, Part Two. Talking Bob Dylan, Bishop Barron, The Grail & Good Art. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iV9Fq_asTtk
History, Myths, Liturgy & the Power of Story, Jonathan Pageau and Martin Shaw, Part One.
Grail Country interview with Martin Shaw on Parzival, the Grail, the passing of a Queen to a King, and all manner of soulful matters.
We seek to bring some of the world's most interesting and insightful guests to discuss life's central and abiding questions. In this seventy ninth episode in a series of discussions, I'm joined by Dr Martin Shaw.' In discussion with the Benburb Priory More Christ podcast.
In this wide-ranging conversation, Martin Shaw discusses, for the first time, his recent encounter with the figure of Jesus and steps towards a form of Christianity very different from his evangelical upbringing. Power and freedom, history and myths, the Inklings and the imagination are explored en route. And we ask what kind of Christianity might be evolving in our times.
Celebrated mythologist, wilderness guide, and writer, Martin Shaw chats to The Idler editor Tom Hodgkinson about his new book, Smoke Hole, and the role of oral story-telling in the modern world.
Dr. Martin Shaw talks with Ian MacKenzie in an interview for The School of Mythopoetics. In myth, the Underworld is a place of testing and initiation, but hopefully not a final destination. Within many stories the descent is the second element of a three stage process, leading to final grounding that is both redemptive and a gift to others. Martin Shaw is suggesting in the West we have often made the Underworld so comfortable, so subtle, and in some case so chronic, we’ve become a two