Fri, 29 March 2013
Episode 42 is here.
This week, I talk to Stephen Elliott and Isaac Fitzgerald of The Rumpus,
plus Astrid Cooke writes about Stephen King's The Stand.
Isaac Fitzgerald's Why I Agreed to be a Bend-over Boyfriend.
Orlando Shakespeare Theater's Titus Andronicus runs through April 28.
Music for this week's essay provided by Zelda Re-orchestrated.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_42.mp3
Category:Arts/Culture/Writing -- posted at: 4:50pm EDT
Fri, 22 March 2013
Episode 41 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing, literature, and drinking, is available on iTunes, or right click here to download.
On this week’s show, I talk to the poet and teacher Emily Brandt,
Plus Denise Falcone talks about Nabokov's Ada.
The Inside Colocation blog.
I love the ad-free dictionary aggregator, wordnik.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_41.mp3
Category:Arts/Culture/Writing -- posted at: 9:17pm EDT
Fri, 15 March 2013
On episode 40, I talk to the poet Tony Hoagland,
Plus Bob Lamb Explains How Ernest Hemingway saved him from Rendition.
This episode begins with a limerick written and read by Chris Booth, in honor of our pal Steve Kelly:
Just a few, and Steve's eyes 'gan to wander;
Then day next he was mute and a-ponder:
When he saw where he woke,
In sad tones, thus he spoke:
"It's Absinthe makes the heart to grow fonder."
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_40.mp3
Category:Arts/Culture/Writing -- posted at: 11:25am EDT
Wed, 6 March 2013
Episode 39 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing, literature, and drinking, is now available.
On this week’s show, I talk to Rick Moody,
James Best explains why he isn't afraid of sharks,
Plus I talk to the playwright and actor Charlie Bethel about his current one man show of The Odyssey.
The Drunken Odyssey will be making a pub crawl in Boston this Friday.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_39.mp3
Category:Arts/Culture/Writing -- posted at: 12:48am EDT
Sat, 2 March 2013
On this week’s show, I talk to the fiction writer Matthew Pitt,
plus Pamela Skjolsvik discusses David Sedaris’s Me Talk Pretty One Day.
Ishmael Reed’s WSJ blog about Django Unchained.
Kirtsen Holt’s new poem, Taxonomy.
Richie Havens’s “Freedom”
Orlando Shakespeare Theatre presents Othello, now through March 16th.
Direct download: The_Drunken_Odyssey_Episode_38.mp3
Category:Arts/Culture/Writing -- posted at: 3:27pm EDT