Sunday, July 24, 2005

Coffee House to Go - July 24, 2005

Coffee House to Go episode #2. ESC! Magazine's monthly Small Press Podcast featuring readings of poetry, short fiction, interviews and reviews as well as featured music from independent bands.

Podsafe audio by Luzer, "When She Cries." Rant: Are you a published author? Poetry by Charles Ries. LitNews: Shakespeare by Another Name, Factsheet 5 is back, Illinois Shakespeare Festival and Slam Idol Podcast. The Wyrks, "My Love," podsafe audio. Poetry by Monica Ellen Smith and another selection by Charles Ries. Podsafe audio: "You Do It All The Time" by Wagstaffe.

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  • Hi Michael,

    I finally got around to downloading and listening to your July 24 Podcast. Muy impresionado!! Well Done.

    Enjoyed the music also, as you did. Wow, took me back to early 70's and the Beatles. Good to listen to while I did my budget :) Especially liked "My Love", by The Wyrks. Definitely George Harrison.

    By the way, I think you and your "NPR Voice" just might take this baby onward. Good content, moves well, and a nice mix of talk and music.

    I wish you luck and Godspeed on this journey of yours. Proud to be a part of it.


    By Blogger Monica E. Smith, at August 6, 2005 at 3:08 PM  

  • Yet another great show.

    Your first band sounded like Ben Folds, the next was definitely sounding like George Harrison...

    The poems on this show were really good, as well. I found Charles' poem about death to be calming... non-overly emotional, just death as a transition... very calming.

    On the whole monthly versus non-monthly issue, I have to agree with your decision not to put out a mid-month alert-cast. I'll talk you up to some people I know, and try and get some people to listen... of the four of five people I know... Because I listen to so many PodCasts, I'm more than happy to slot you in when your shows come out.


    By Blogger Brad P. from NJ, at August 26, 2005 at 8:25 AM  

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