Sat, 29 June 2013
On this week’s show, I talk to the philosopher Bruce Janz,
Plus Robert Jacobs shares his Facebook posts.
Check out Keith B. Harder's Children of Icarus series here.
See our kickstarter campaign to travel to Weeki Wachee Springs to interview Lu Vickers about Florida literature and the world famous Weeki Wachee mermaids. We reached our goal on day 1, but anything over that will go into the show.
The Drunken Odyssey hath done Rumfest the Ninth.
On July 9th, Matt Peters will read prose at There Will be Words in Downtown Orlando.
Sat, 22 June 2013
On this week’s show, I share the live Bloomsday event!
See our kickstarter campaign to travel to Weeki Wachee Springs to interview Lu Vickers about Florida literature and the world famous Weeki Wachee mermaids.
Richard Peabody, our guest on episode 45, has a new audio book of poems available through Eat Poems. Sample the poems, then pay what you wish for the download!
On Saturday, June 22, from 5 to 8, The Drunken Odyssey will sink anchor here:
Sat, 15 June 2013
Sat, 8 June 2013
On this week’s show, I talk once again to Nathan Holic, who first appeared on this show all the way back on episode 1,
Plus Drew Perlmutter discusses the Cannes Film Festival,
Plus Nicholas Brown discusses Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove.
Sun, 2 June 2013
On this week’s show, I answer some mail with my friend, David James Poissant,
Plus Cathy Day Addresses The Man Who Called Her On the Phone Asking for Advice About How to Get Published.
Cathy Day's essay first appeared on her blog, right here.
If you are in Central Florida on June 16th, come celebrate Bloomsday with us!
Book Fight's Exceedingly Accurate Blurb:
“The Drunken Odyssey with John King: A Podcast About the Writing Life is a supernova, an interstellar jamboree of colors and lights, like the twirling dresses of a troupe of champion folk dancers, like being imprisoned in Ace Freeley’s amp, throbbing like the veins in Jehovah’s hard-on. You can look, but you can’t touch, and also, you can’t look, because if you do, you will turn to stone, and your guts will turn to marble.”
According to The Times, there was controversy over the spelling of the word that won the national spelling bee championship. Is this anti-semitic orthography?