Sat, 30 September 2006
Special guests Dissonance, including an interview with member and vocalist Andy Turpen, followed by three songs from the band; plus my piece Bills. Order the Dissonance retrospective from Wyatt Earp Records by calling (810) 733-1031. See the Dissonance site here. Visit Wyatt Earp Records here.
Sat, 23 September 2006
This week, a special interview with dead author William Faulkner, plus the songs A New Approach, Streetcar and Bombay. That's him to your right, in better days.
Sat, 16 September 2006
This show features the songs
Ohm, Crumple and Tropic of Cancer. The guest reader
of the week is Carol Novack with her story A Tourist in Siberia. Carol "re-emerged" as a
writer after waging battles (on behalf of artists and other criminals) in the
legal arena for the worst part of two decades. She's the author of a chapbook of
poems -- Living Alone without a Dictionary -- and the former recipient
of an arts grant from the Australian government, awarded when she was a young
"emerging" writer. Her prose, poetry and fusions can or will be found in The
Penguin Book of Australian Women Poets, American Letters &
Commentary, Anemone Sidecar, Big Bridge,
BlazeVOX, Del Sol Review, Diagram, First
Intensity , 5_trope, LIT, Milk, Newtopia, Notre Dame Review, Salt
Flats Annual, Segue, Word
Riot, and other publications. Carol publishes the offbeat online journal,
Review and curates a reading series; she's been nominated
for inclusion in Best American Poetry 2007 and Best Non-Required
Reading 2007. Carol is co-editing an anthology, Butterflies of Vertigo:
Fresh Fiction for the New Century, and is teaching innovative
fiction-writing at an arts center in NYC. Her blog is at http://carolnovack.blogspot.com.
Sat, 9 September 2006
Author Jeff Parker reads his story The Briefcase of the Pregnant Spy Lady. Jeff’s fiction and nonfiction have appeared in The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2006, Ploughshares, Tin House, Hobart, and others. His novel Ovenman will be published by Tin House Books in 2007, and his story cycle The Back of the Line, in collaboration with artist William Powhida, will be published by DECODE Art Publishers in 2007. He teaches creative writing at Eastern Michigan University and is the Russia Program Director of Summer Literary Seminars. For more information, see his entry on the Eastern Michigan University faculty site. Also featuring two songs, Sparky and Dueling Clown Cars, as well as my story You're An American, Now.
Sat, 2 September 2006
This week's guest is Peter Toh, a genre-smashing 24-year-old artist/producer from Brooklyn, New York. You can access the tunes off Peter's EP Shoes of a Beast here. For more info, see his MySpace site. This week's show also features one quasi-poem, one quasi-recipe, and one quasi-quasi. Plus two Toth songs, P.S. and Smear Campaign.