One of my patrons, Lord Ogawa Matajirou Ujimori, joins me for a discussion of all the things we have planned for Gulf Wars in 2019.
Whether you’re here for the Knowne World Courtesans, the Ca’ D’Oro Renaissance Salon, looking for a place to be this year at war or curious about what we do at this enigmatic “War with no Enemies”. This is the episode where we talk about it! Tune in to hear about all our classes, socials, balls, and other night time activities planned for this year’s war.
Super short show notes this time, as I’m knee deep in Gulf Wars prep and OH. SO. BUSY.
Be sure to visit Lord Uji’s blog to learn everything you’ve never known you need to learn about how medieval people kept their food edible. Or, you know, anything you make.
Read more about Gulf Wars “A War with no Enemies”, a one week event held each March at the King’s Arrow Ranch in Lumberton, Mississippi.
In this episode we discussed the Ca’ D’Oro Renaissance Salon quite a bit. If you’re interested in learning more about our immersive history department at GW, stop by! Everyone is welcome!
Call in your reports from war to the Knowne World Courtesans at 440-4WHORES. ♥
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Our next episode is coming out on 3/13, during the middle of Gulf Wars, until then we’d love to talk to you in our Facebook group. If you’d like to get your hands on the episode before you head out for war, support us on Patreon. It’s just $5 for early access to episodes, and this one is especially timely. Good food for thought for a long drive…IF you’re making one of those any time soon. <3
Sound Engineering: Evan Meier
- Intro Music: The King of Denmark’s Galliard, written by John Dowland and published in 1604 in Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares. Performed by I Solipsisti. Provided by MusOpen. Sounds provided by ZapSplat and AmbientMixer.
- Courtesan Theatre: Concerto for 2 Trumpets in C major, RV. 537 (Rondeau arr.) – I. Allegro, written by Antonio Vivaldi. Performed by Michel Rondeau. Provided by MusOpen. Mistress Nichols Almand, written by John Dowland and published in 1604 in Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares. Performed by I Solipsisti. Provided by MusOpen.
Edited with Audacity.