Episode 23 of the Penteract Podcast, hosted by Anthony Etherin and Clara Daneri, and featuring an interview with Lori Wike and Mark Saltveit, about the history, present, and future of palindromes in literature and music. 
*CORRECTION: Peter Hilton's great palindrome is, in fact: "Doc, note! I dissent: A fast never prevents a fatness. I diet on cod."*

Read about the Sator Square here.

Read about Su Hui’s Star Gauge here.

Read about Bletchley Park here.

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Learn about the documentary film “The Palindromists” here.

Listen to Anthony’s sequence of palindromes for MIDI piano here and purchase a copy on cassette tape via enneracteditions.wordpress.com.

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