5.30.2009

Coffee House to Go - May 29, 2009 - Lincoln: President and Poet

Episode #38

Coffee House to Go is a Podcast for writers and the Small Press community.

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

Your Host:
LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Show Topics:
> Lincoln: The Biography of a Writer by Fred Kaplan
> Better World Books

Links to Know:
> LB's Assume Nothing Press
> ESC! Magazine
> The Poet's Survival Guide, Print Edition
> LB on Twitter
> FrugalPoet on Twitter
> LB on MySpace

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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CHTG-038-052909 (11'57 5.5MB 64kbps)

4.17.2009

Coffee House to Go - April 17, 2009 - It's the Hydropods!

Episode #37

Coffee House to Go is a Podcast for writers and the Small Press community.

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

Your Host:
LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Guest Musical Artist - Hydropods

Featuring the following songs from their album, "Gorilla and Poems of Pretense":
Zooey, Agent X, I Dream of You, Tundra Drums, Haiku Five, Worst Case Scenario and Moonwalk Falling Short

Buy this and other Hydropods albums from: Hydropods.net

Show Topics:
> Coffee House to Go Episode 25
> Switchplanet.com
> Review of Kay Ryan's The Niagara River

Links to Know:
> The Poet's Survival Guide
> Assume Nothing Press
> ESC! Magazine
> LB on Twitter

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CHTG-037-041709 (23'39 21.7MB 64kbps)

1.31.2009

Coffee House to Go - January 31, 2009 - Authonomy

Coffee House to Go episode #35

Coffee House to Go is a Podcast for writers and the Small Press community.

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

Your Host:
LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Show Topics:
> Authonomy by HarperCollins
> "The Poet's Survival Guide: Free Excerpts"
> ESC! Magazine

Links to Know:
> LB's Assume Nothing Press
> LB on Twitter

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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CHTG-035-013109 (6'18 2.91mb 64kbps)

12.30.2008

Coffee House to Go - December 30, 2008 - Bit o' Coffee to Go

Coffee House to Go episode #34

Coffee House to Go is a Podcast for writers and the Small Press community.

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

Your Host:
LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Show Topics:
> Bit o' Lit
> "Tuesday is Wednesday, Vol. 1"
> ESC! Magazine released on December 20th

Links to Know:
> LB's Assume Nothing Press
> LB on Twitter

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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CHTG-034-123008 (3'33 1.7mb 64kbps)

11.28.2008

Coffee House to Go - November 28, 2008 - Eco Printing

Coffee House to Go episode #33

Coffee House to Go is a Podcast for writers and the Small Press community.

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

Your Host:
LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Show Topics:
> Maple-Vail Book Manufacturing Group
> "The Dismal Science: How Thinking Like an Economist Undermines Community"
by Stephen A. Marglin
> "Phyrrs Hierwals and Bouldergeists" by Johnmichael Simon

Links to Know:
> LB's Assume Nothing Press
> LB on Twitter

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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CHTG-033-112808 (6'38 3.1mb 64kbps)

10.07.2008

Coffee House to Go - October 7, 2008

Coffee House to Go episode #32

Coffee House to Go is a Podcast for writers and the Small Press community.

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

Your Host:
LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Show Topics:
> Thomas M. Disch
> Thomas M. Disch - Obit
> "The Brave Little Toaster" by Thomas M. Disch (WorldCat) (Wikipedia)
> Philip K. Dick
> "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" Movie
> LA Times to Fold Standalone Book Review
> LB's Assume Nothing Press Writing Tip

Links to Know:
> LB on Twitter

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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CHTG-032-100708 (5'36 2.6mb 64kbps)

9.16.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 47 - Should we pay extra for our extra garbage

Should we have to pay for "extra" garbage? Should companies have to take back all the packaging they sell? Imagine if you will that your township, borough, or county decides what an average amount of garage should be for you. So, it charges you extra for trash above that average, and things bigger than average trash. Would you expect companies to help by making their packaging smaller? or their packaging more recyclable? I share my thoughts on just these questions. This PodCast was inspired by a story in Parade Magazine.

The show will have a name change come episode 51. I'll be going back to the moniker Whole Lot of Nonsense. It'll be the same short form show we all have come to love. Don't be surprised when it happens.

I recently went to the New Media Expo, and the gang from Wizzard Media gave away Chico Bags. I picked up an extra green one so I could give it away to one of my listeners. This contest is open to domestic US and International entrants. There is no purchase necessary. Send your name and address to wholelotofnonsense@gmail.com in an email with "Chico Bag Contest" in the subject. I won't resell your names. I will be sending out holiday cards, though. So, I'll be using those addresses for that.

Some key links

This show's music comes from the PodSafe Music Network. It's Ikea from Jonathan Coulton.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

9.15.2008

Coffee House to Go - September 15, 2008

Coffee House to Go episode #31.

Coffee House to Go is a Podcast for writers and the Small Press community.

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

Your Host:
LB Sedlacek - The Poetry Market E-zine and lbsedlacek.com

Show Topics:
> The SAA Orphan Works Blog
> Orphan Works

Links to Know:
> LB on Twitter

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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CHTG-031-091508 (6'50 3.1mb 64kbps)

9.01.2008

Philip DeStefano - Audio Gumshoe 98

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8.26.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 46 - Feedback, announcements and a chance to win a Chico Bag

Feedback, a couple of announcements, and a giveaway. Our feedback comes from the wife of one of our listeners. She talks about the SHIP, State Health Insurance Assistance Program (I know the A is missing), and talks about Medicare Part D.

The show will have a name change come episode 51. I'll be going back to the moniker Whole Lot of Nonsense. It'll be the same short form show we all have come to love. Don't be surprised when it happens.

I recently went to the New Media Expo, and the gang from Wizzard Media gave away Chico Bags. I picked up an extra green one so I could give it away to one of my listeners. This contest is open to domestic US and International entrants. There is no purchase necessary. Send your name and address to wholelotofnonsense@gmail.com in an email with "Chico Bag Contest" in the subject. I won't resell your names. I will be sending out holiday cards, though. So, I'll be using those addresses for that.

Some key links

This show's music comes from the PodSafe Music Network. It's I Do What I Do from The Yolks.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

8.12.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 44 - eBooks

Thanks to everyone for your comments about show 43. If you'd like to share your sympathy directly with the victims of the shootings, please go to http://www.tvuuc.org.

The focus of this show is eBooks. I riff on a quote from Wiliam McDonough from TED 2005 about the beauty of trees. I talk about how you don't have to buy a new device to enjoy eBooks and how I want my favourite store to keep running. I don't get paid for these comments.

Some key links

This show's music comes from the PodSafe Music Network. It's Sunny Shiny Moon from Sigmon.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

7.29.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 43 - Trying to make sense of the violence at TVUUC

Little Bit of Nonsense mourns the victims of the shootings at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation (TVUUC). What makes someone shoot people in a house of worship? Has our national divisiveness really gone to such an extreme? I explore some of my own thoughts as a liberal, and as a Unitarian Universalist.

Learn more about Unitarian Universalism by visiting the Unitarian Universalist website, or by listening to the PodCast of sermons by Rev. Buice.

No music, no ads, just some thinking this show.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

7.15.2008

Little Bit of Nonsense - Show 41 - News and New Bag Sources

Where else can you find news? How else can you bring home your veggies? This show's mish mash of topics brings you other Green News sources and a link to some awesome reusable shopping bags for carrying your vegetables, bulk flour, or loose sugar.

Some key links

This show's music comes fromthe PodSafe Music Network. It's High Cotton from Jim Suhler.

This is available as an mp3 for download.