|May 14, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|May 7, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
After a last minute cancellation by the scheduled guest, I asked Twitter if there was an artist out there with something to promote and the capability to be at my place within the hour. Rapper Jeremy at Odds was the first one to respond and we ended up having a great conversation about his album, words, story telling, the state of hip-hop today and how to balance a day job with your art.
Follow him on Twitter
|April 27, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|April 12, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Jay McAleer’s piece “Composites” is the winner of the inaugural Ordinary Madness Audio Contest. McAleer will receive a prize pack of books and will be a guest on an upcoming episode. Thanks to everyone who submitted!
Jay McAleer Is a poetry and fiction writer from Seattle, Washington. He is a 2013 Jack Straw Writer and has received residencies from the Vermont Studio Center and Centrum Arts Foundation. For the past twenty years, Mr. McAleer has worked professionally as a designer and technician in theatre, dance, and opera.
Julian Martlew is a composer, musician and audio engineer who has been recording, editing and mixing audio in Seattle since 1999. He currently mixes live at KEXP-FM, On The Boards, and The Tractor Tavern.
|March 14, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|February 20, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Tara Atkinson and Willie Fitzgerald of APRIL stop by to talk about some of the events they have planned for April Lit Fest 2013. They also talk about their own writing, how they ended up in Seattle and the ins and outs of putting together a lit crawl.
Follow them on twitter @APRILfestSEA
|January 9, 2013||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|December 7, 2012||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Greg Bem and Jeremy Springsteed of Breadline stop by with their friend Jason Conger to talk about the series, as well as their Holiday Party on December 19. We also talk about breads and spreads and what it means to hijack an audience, and the guys perform a sound poem.
Read Conger’s blog post on sound poetry here.
|October 5, 2012||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
|September 16, 2012||Posted by Steve under Uncategorized|
Brian McGuigan and I talk with Jeanine Walker, the new host of Cheap Wine & Poetry and Cheap Beer & Prose, about what she was like in high school and why she wanted to be a part of the series. Former host Charla Grenz offers some advice.