Monday, October 09, 2006

Coffee House to Go - October 9, 2006

Coffee House to Go episode #16.

ESC! Magazine's monthly Podcast for writers and the Small Press community featuring readings of poetry, short fiction, interviews and reviews as well as featured music from independent bands and musicians.

Opening music excerpt by Uma Floresta, "Almost Everything."

ESC! Magazine News:

ESC! Publications released the hardcover book,"Temporary Trouble Spots Year One"

New ESC! Magazine coming this month!

New poetry editor for ESC! Magazine.

Meet up with Brad P of the Whole Lot of Nonsense podcast.

Quality vs. Quantity debate settled and the Literary Quiz is back!

New RSS feed for PDF Edition of ESC! Magazine. Keep those e-mails and phone calls coming or visit our forums to discuss the show.

Featured Podsafe Music this episode:

The Eisenhowers - Let's Not Talk About Me

Jeff Yankauer - Point of View

Klyd Watkins - Dry Creek Bed

LitNews:

The Spoken Word, The Library of Congress Poetry at Noon, Black Pearl Poetry, Open Mic, new issue of "G h o t i", "Ultraverse" an E-Zine of Science Fiction and Fantasy, The International Poetry Museum, Route 66 Writing Directory, The Literacy Project, Switchpod.com, Celtx, Scribe, Guerilla Poetics Project, BookMooch

For more information and complete links, visit our shownotes.

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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3 Comments:

  • Thanks for playing my music! I really appreciate it!

    Jeff Yankauer

    By Blogger JYMusic, at October 10, 2006 at 12:25 AM  

  • So how did the meet up go?

    By Blogger WNDR Wolf, at October 13, 2006 at 7:33 AM  

  • The meetup went well. All iRivers were off, though. Be thankful, though. We met in the RainForest Cafe, and while the company was great, and we all had a fun time... being one of like four taken tables in the restaurant... the audio quality would have been disturbed by the animatronic gorillas, and the occasional thunderstorm.

    Mike, the poetry reading to music... Have you ever listened to John Trudell? He's been doing spoken word to backing track for a long time now. Some of his stuff is very left-leaning, anti "The Man" politically, but I love his work, so I can recommend him with no reservations...

    By Blogger bpende, at October 16, 2006 at 10:18 AM  

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