Our good friend Noah Tetzner from the History of Vikings podcast joins us for the second time on the anniversary of his podcast! We talk about some of his favorite experiences from his first year of podcasting, including visiting the Jorvik Viking Festival in York, UK. Noah has recently published a book, The Poetic Edda: A Study Guide. We'll provide a link below.
We had a problem with our end of the audio which we only discovered after the interview. We did our best to fix it up but it's still a little off. Fortunately Noah talks more than we do in this interview, and we hope you bear with us because it was a good chat regardless.
Noah's book The Poetic Edda: A Study Guide can be found on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2I6WnWU
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