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You get what you pay for: professional cartographer Evan Applegate interviews better cartographers. Listen to the best living mapmakers describe how they create worlds in pixels, ink, graphite, threads, film, paint, ceramic, wood and metal. For show notes and bonus content visit https://veryexpensivemaps.com
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Amee and Christopher Banks

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We try to make a baby, on a podcast! One clueless couple's journey into the wonderful, confusing, and expensive world of infertility and IVF (In Vitro Fertilization). Come along with us on an honest and real-time journey using crazy-good science to create a baby. We'll even try to be funny.
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Trauma is Expensive" offers far more than just a podcast—it's a educational platform, a supportive community, and a catalyst for personal growth and development. Here's how we provide value to our listeners In-depth Discussions: Our 50-episode series provides compelling, empathetic, and informed discussions on the wide-ranging costs of trauma. We invite expert guests, including psychologists, researchers, and individuals who've navigated their own healing journeys. Inspiring Personal Stories ...
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What if the most impactful journey you ever embark on is the one towards self-healing? In this episode of "Trauma Is Expensive," I, Micah Bravery, reveal the unexpected origin of our podcast—how a simple misheard comment about the cost of living in Toronto transformed into a profound realization about the price of unhealed trauma. From there, we ex…
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What happens when the person you love has been away at war for five years and is finally coming home? Micah Bravery shares his deeply personal journey of reconciling with his long-distance partner's return, highlighting the anxiety, hope, and challenges involved. With insights from his sister-in-law Fatima and contributions from Producer Crystal, M…
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Imagine growing up under the weight of societal expectations that teach you to stifle your emotions. How would that shape your mental health? In this powerful episode of Trauma Is Expensive, we open up the conversation about the intersection of masculinity and mental health. We break down the emotional suppression boys are conditioned to accept fro…
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Can life's toughest battles shape our deepest truths? Join me, Micah Bravery, as I navigate the complex intersections of trauma, identity, and healing. This episode kicks off by acknowledging the significance of Pride Month and Men's Mental Health Awareness Month, exploring how they intertwine. I share candid updates about my second book and the ch…
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How much does trauma really cost us in our daily lives? Our latest episode of "Trauma is Expensive" features a raw and emotional conversation with Sam Swidzinski , who shares his personal experience growing up with bipolar disorder and enduring deep-seated trauma. Sam opens up about a significant and painful incident from his childhood that left bo…
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When my mother consciously chose her path over the expected norms of sacrifice, it sparked a pivotal shift in my understanding of love and family dynamics. As Crystal and I celebrate our 300th episode, between all of our podcast, we're thrilled to unveil a tapestry of discussions on the fine line between sacrifice and choice. The conversations are …
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Ontario explorer, mapmaker, and conservationist Hap Wilson on drawing 400 guide maps across 50 years, traveling more than 40,000 miles of Canadian wilderness by canoe, the one digital tool he likes (it’s Google Earth), saving lives by creating a map that, unlike the one it replaced, did not send tourists over a waterfall, retracing thousand-year-ol…
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Ever been to Dollar Tree only to discover the price tags have betrayed the store's name? Well that's just the start of our journey today. We kick things off with a quirky tale of unexpected indulgences, like my out-of-state mani-pedi adventure, and the light-hearted realization that life's little oddities can lead to profound reflections. From impu…
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The crackle of judgment and misunderstanding can be as confining as prison walls, something I was starkly reminded of during an unexpected encounter with a young man fresh from incarceration. As Mental Health Awareness Month unfolds, we find ourselves weaving through narratives of trauma, stigma, and the silent pleas for empathy that often go unhea…
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Colorado painter, illustrator and mapmaker Erick Ingraham on solving art directors’ problems, making it interesting for himself (“I’m known to make things more complicated than they might need to be”), spending eight years painting the Rockies’ western slope, working from his own photographs, taking inspiration from the past, getting into the cultu…
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When the echoes of a tumultuous past threaten to silence our present, the healing power of emotional intelligence beckons. Join us on a transformative journey with Harvey Deutschendorf, an emotional intelligence savant, as we peel back the layers of trauma's silent aftermath and its ripple effects on our daily lives. From childhood memories to prof…
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As we peel back the layers of family dynamics, our unexpected solo journey today leads us through the uncharted territories of aging parents, the silent battles of hidden pregnancies, and the resilience that blooms in adversity's soil. The absence of our planned guest Brittany ushers in a raw and intimate exploration of the complexities that shape …
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Sometimes, the hardest choices bring the most liberating rewards. Join me, Micah Bravery, as I share a deeply personal and transformative decision—ending a toxic friendship. It's a journey that may seem counterintuitive for a mental health advocate, but it's one that spotlights the imperative of self-love and the necessity for mutual support in our…
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When the silence in a waiting room is shattered by a child's unspoken pain, you find yourself on sacred ground. Join me, Micah Bravery, as I recount a heart-wrenching moment shared with a seven-year-old autistic boy, whose confusion over his mother's illness unfolds into a profound lesson on the unseen battles within a family. This episode offers a…
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When I, Micah Bravery, sat down to confront the specters of my past, I knew that opening up about the raw and often silent struggles of surviving trauma would resonate with many. In this episode, I reveal my personal battles with molestation, the complexities of growing up biracial and gay, and how these experiences shaped my understanding of relat…
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When the darkness of trauma envelops the spirit, where does one find the spark to ignite healing? This is the heart of our latest podcast episode, where I share the raw and unvarnished truths of my life. This isn't just another narrative; it's a testament to the silent battles many endure, a shared journey through the valleys of personal sorrow, an…
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When the burden of illness casts a shadow over life's path, it's the unseen battles that often weigh heaviest. I, Micah Bravery, am here to share the stark truths of my own journey through chemotherapy, where victories were not without deep emotional cost. We traverse the complex landscape of trauma, laying bare the struggles of maintaining relatio…
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Every parent's nightmare unfolded for Crystal when her daughter, Madison, became the target of relentless schoolyard cruelty. The heart-wrenching tale we unravel in this episode is not just Madison's, but that of a family upended by the scourge of bullying. You'll hear firsthand from Crystal, as she details the emotional turmoil and educational uph…
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When Michael and Ashlee Cramer, voices behind the "Michael and Mom Talk Cancer Podcast," sit down with us, the room fills with an undeniable strength that only the battle-scarred possess. Through their stories, we're reminded that trauma doesn't just leave a financial dent—it reshapes hearts and minds. Our conversation winds through the realities o…
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London artist and mapmaker Stephen Walter on two decades of drawing and painting “the semiotic residues of humankind,” an invitation to map an Ivorian national park (and why you should wait for the dry season before attempting this), approaching six years of work on an NYC map, interpreting Michael Drayton’s 17th c. topographical poem Poly-Olbion i…
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Valentine's Day isn't just about heart-shaped candies and rosy sentiments. For many, it's a tightrope walk over memories best left untouched, a day when the past's shadows loom large over the present. Embarking on this episode, I, Micah Bravery, bring forth a candid conversation on the lesser-told story of Valentine's Day—the one that doesn't neces…
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Have you ever found yourself stuck in a cycle that seemed impossible to break? Our beloved producer Crystal, special co-host Jonathan Niziol, and I, Micah Bravery, delve into the heart of addiction and the many forms it takes, stripping away the common narrative to reveal the underlying complexities. From the sugar in your morning coffee to the adr…
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Embark with me, Micah Bravery, as we navigate the raw and often unspoken terrains of trauma, healing, and the pursuit of self-discovery. My weekend, charged with the weight of chemotherapy and a travel schedule, left me drained yet enlightened, especially as I connected deeply with 'Pose' and Angelica Ross's portrayal of Candy. This episode isn't j…
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Growing up with the weight of financial struggles is a burden many carry into adulthood, shaping how we view the world and ourselves. Crystal and I, Micah Bravery, wade through the murky waters of trauma, dismantling the all-too-common belief that one's pain is less significant because someone else might have it 'worse'. This episode is an emotiona…
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As I, Micah Bravery, share the wheel with you on this journey, we're not just cruising through tales of resilience; we're examining the price tags hanging from the rearview mirror. Picture this: a shadow clinging to your back for fifteen years, a shadow named cancer, and just when you think you've outrun it, it taps you on the shoulder. This episod…
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Welcome back to episode 2 of "Trauma is Expensive", where host Micah Bravery delves into the untold cost of silence regarding life's deepest pain—a trauma left untreated. In this impactful episode, titled "The Hidden Price of Silence," we traverse the profound depths of understanding trauma and its imposing silence that shadows our lives. Unfold th…
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🎉 Get ready to embark on a profound journey with the premiere of our groundbreaking podcast - Trauma is Expensive. In our debut episode, host Micah and the team spearhead an enlightening conversation about the unconventional facets of trauma. From the costs these experiences exact on our lives, to the resilience it takes to survive and thrive, join…
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Manhattan writer and cartographer John Tauranac on his first maps of Midtown’s pedestrian passages, a public debate with Massimo Vignelli (“His geography was egregious”), working at a very different MTA (they used to have an aesthetics committee?), the “no improvements” made to the subway map since he chaired the 1979 MTA map committee, guiding Yan…
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In early 2023 GIS analyst and cartographer Andrew Middleton saw a tweet about Andy Nosal’s search for someone to take over The Map Center, Nosal's map shop in Pawtucket, RI; six months later Middleton left California to move into one of the last map retail stores in the U.S. We discuss his goal of turning the shop into an inviting retail space and …
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Lyonnais illustrator and designer Lionel Portier on a mapmaking career that spans 30 years and five continents, accepting any map challenge an art director might conceive, a travel magazine gig that led to an Australian passport, painting 100 birds for a wetland park, his favorite territory to illustrate, spending three months on a 3x4-ft. map of B…
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Utah artist Isaac Dushku on how a map has to evoke either a feeling of adventure or a feeling of home, the best- and worst-selling states in his catalog (he drew all 50), taking his business Lord of Maps from being ghosted on Facebook Marketplace to supporting his family, creating a board book of America’s highest peaks with a “ridiculously complic…
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Urbanist and illustrator Sam Usle on designing human-scale communities and rendering them in watercolors, why theme parks reflect a yearning for human-scale towns, redesigning part of his high school campus before graduation, why you can thank Le Corbusier for hideous Revit-default cities, the axonometric map that sold Disneyland, storytelling with…
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Naomi Rosenberg, assistant director of the Media and Accessible Design Lab at San Francisco’s LightHouse for the Blind, discusses the art of making fingertip-readable maps: why clutter is the enemy of good tactile maps, the quest for an affordable embosser, being locked to 24 pt. type, creating large-scale accessible maps for the Golden Gate Nation…
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New Haven architectural designer and artist Matthew Dean Shaffer on balancing accuracy with art, taking a break from straight lines to draw birds, software-driven homogeneity in American architecture (“Straight-out-of-Revit, as we say”), why he draws the vegetation last, how anything’s better for the urban fabric than a surface parking lot, and sac…
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Arlington “reformed architect” and pictorial cartographer Jamshid Kooros discusses his 30 years of mapmaking based on photographs, sketching and “walking, walking, walking,” the end of the drop-in pitch, turning three-week hikes into maps of French cities and castles, doing his own paper engineering for a pop-up map of Washington D.C., spending nin…
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Stafford cartographer and entrepreneur David Kulbeth on reviving old map aesthetics with his digital-to-copperplate-to-print-to-watercolor technique, the (costly) difference between copperplate etching and engraving, finding a custom papermaker, keeping his art affordable, finding style inspiration in 12 moving boxes of cartography books, and makin…
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Fish Creek artist and gallery owner Sophie Parr on creating more than one hundred 0.5"-to-the-mile maps using aerial imagery and a 0.2mm-tip pen, why she only accepts 2x2" commissions (while working on her own 2x3 ft. map of Chicago), representing a variety of landscapes within the constraints of black ink, when returning a client’s deposit feels s…
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Sandpoint cartographer Lee France on making his first topos in Chile, spending months on a single map for National Geographic Trails Illustrated, the challenge of making an attractive interactive map that includes every scale from hilltop to hemisphere, how an up-to-date cadastral layer can make or break your hunting map, how his team of technical …
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Atlanta visual artist, sculptor and “topophiliac” Gregor Turk on walking 250 miles of the U.S./Canada border, creating landscapes with clay, wood and recycled inner tubes, turning Landsat imagery into hundreds of hand-painted ceramic tiles, making 1:1 scale maps, chasing phantom streets, fighting real estate developers’ efforts to erase Blandtown, …
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Leesburg cartographer Tom Patterson on his decades creating visitor maps for the National Park Service (there’s a good chance his work is crumpled in your glovebox), learning to draw terrain by corresponding with an artist in Scotland, why he doesn’t lament the passing of 70s-era production techniques, how to map a piedmont glacier using satellite …
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St Leonards map producer/founder Melinda Clarke and Melbourne illustrator Deborah Young Monk discuss their collaborations across more than three decades, how to tell an artist they need to redraw three months of work, scouting territory by car, helicopter and hot air balloon, more than a week spent editing a 4x3 ft. map with a scalpel, selling maps…
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Lewes/Berlin graphic artist and “exuberant mapmaker” Neil Gower on painting an estate plan when the grounds are unfinished, the work that gives him a “hum in the pelvis,” what Frank Zappa has in common with high-effort fake maps, an abandoned 5x5 ft. map of Venice that was more enjoyable to ground-truth than to draw, combining lunar toponymy with 1…
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New York City cartographer and QueensLink chief design officer Andrew Lynch on using library archives, train-mounted GoPro footage and his own two feet to plot every track in the New York City subway system, a brush with cubicle-based urban planning at the Port Authority, testy-yet-productive correspondence with railfans, the unshakable authority c…
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New Brunswick embroidery artist Danielle Currie discusses her fans among NASA’s Ocean Processing Group, spending more than 400 hours to render an Icelandic river in straight stitches, her hoops being mistaken for paintings, how you really have to enjoy the colors of a piece you’ll hold in your lap for months, pricing herself out of her own art, and…
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Toronto architect and artist Gabriel Camus discusses the 20" wide, 20 ft. long imagined cityscape he’s been drawing since 2018, a 100 ft. (!) illustration he's never seen the whole of for want of space to roll it out, the modern city as utopia/dystopia, how saying you study architecture can deflect rude questions about your street photography, the …
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Königs Wusterhausen mapmaker Simon Polster discusses falling into his first topo mapping project after hitchhiking from Iran to Berlin, using Soviet topographic maps as a starting point to map Armenian hiking trails, donating data to OpenStreetMap, the eternal method of “play around with it ‘til it looks okay,” completing most of his map layouts in…
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East Yorkshire artist-cartographer Kevin Sheehan discusses picking a fight with fellow history PhDs by drawing a 19x29” calfskin portolan chart of the Mediterranean, spending 2 months stippling the lunar surface with a dip pen, acquiring a novel accent after 20 years in England, heated conversations with flat earthers over his map of the moon, how …
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Vancouver “accidental cartographer” Jeff Clark discusses his 100-layer 18-month project to map the Salish Sea bioregion, the importance of testing your waterproof trail map paper, getting a big boost from the local press, the eternal hassle of bathymetric data, consulting North America’s best reference mapmakers, and when to call a map finished (ne…
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Lisbon cartographer and artist Anthony Despalins on using the visual language of French 1:50k topos to create imagined landscapes, a toolkit of pencils, poems, markers, memories and ink, drawing inspiration from the Gironde estuary and Matthew 6:9, sketching entire layouts in reverse on tracing paper, chasing altered states while creating worlds, a…
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