Coffee House to Go - June 26, 2006 - Writing For Busy People

Coffee House to Go episode #13. Writing for Busy People.

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:

1st Anniversary of Coffee House to Go! New offshoot of CHTG is coming. Tentative Title: Coffee House to Go: Across the Mic. Last Month's Literary Quiz. Correct answers by BradP and Rob Potter. Each will get a copy of the latest edition of ESC! Magazine. New RSS feed for PDF Edition. Keep those e-mails and phone calls coming or visit our forums to discuss the show.

Writing for Busy People: For people too busy to read. Optimizing your time as a writer.

Featured Podsafe Audio this episode:
The Reverse Engineers "The Longer Now", Vanessa Peters and Ice Cream on Mondays"The Maybe Love Song", Rob Potter"The Painted Penguin”


Moonday - A West Side Reading Series, Paperback Swap, Poetry Podcasts, Montage Screenwriting Software, Books for OSX, Google's Complete Works of Shakespeare.

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Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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Wander Radio Episode #2

Episode 2. Finally here.

Knitwitch's Sci-fi Fantasy Zone
Tracy & Laura Hickman' Dragonhearth
Podcasting for Dummies

Demons - Barbara Leoni
The Dugout - Ladyhawke
Wander Radio Special Sports Presentation
Am I Forgiven - lmnop - Song Fight Winner
Jack Mangan's Deadpan
IROK Radio - Rockin the Plains

Jack Mangan's many accomplishments:
Spherical Tomi @ Podiobooks
Dirk Moonfire and the Nefarious Space Women at Creative Guy Publishing.
The essay "Supremacy" at the Internet Review of Science Fiction (It is free, but you will have to register)

16 Pieces at a Time. Part 2

All In - The Sunspots
Lightnining (The Ghost of Pride) - The Pharmacy Prophets
God Save the Internet - The Broadband.

The Wander Radio Players:
Mark Forman, Tim Duncan, and myself.

Special Thanks to: Ian Shields the Ranting Scotsman, The Brooklyn Bluesman The Reigning Shogun of Tiawan, and to Dani in NC for their contributions.

Email: wanderradio [at] gmail.com
Skype: WNDRWolf

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Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 31 - Whole Lot of Cycling... PodCast from the comfy seat...

Show Notes: Still laughable, but here nonetheless.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

Giggity Means "Links are in the show notes"... secert PodCaster words... w00t...

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 31 - Whole Lot of Cycling... PodCast from the comfy seat...

So, I recorded this one on my first commute to work. I also secretly edited pieces in from my return ride as well, but I don't remember which parts they are, so maybe you can't tell, either. I talk about why the heck I'm doing this, what it means to me... and ramble a bit as I lose oxygen to my brain from doing more exercise in one day than I have ever done... at the point I recorded this. I've done this commute three times now, and I don't sound much better. Maybe I'll switch to using my commute as time to record my PodCast... hmmmm....

Backing songs (some songs are from the PodSafe Music Network):

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All in all, 34 minutes I hope you don't want back.


The Wolf will survive just fine.

This wolf is a little stubborn. Especially when I want to learn something new. I may not be able to offer to much at the beginning but I can be very entertaining. Ever see a Wolf walk on his back paws? with a ball balance on his nose? Neither have I. But it does paint an interesting picture doesn't it.


Parking In Bitterman Circle #38- Think Destination!

Just over two months in the making!

Intro- Thunder Dust (ancient grains)- Southern Fried Swing

Breaking Platonic Silence

New Orleans; Rolling Stone Article

Europe; ZPZ; back to the States

"Don't Get Off The Boat..."

Mom's Hands

Michael Brecker

Sam in the Garden; Living where you are; being present

Phoenix- Stepford Blow Drier

Dovetail Surprise

Kudos C&L, Wordpress shift, new bumpersticker, likes and dislikes

Dixie Dregs, Delicatessen

- video clips

Think destination...

Sound Bed:

"Israelites"- Desmond Dekker from The Story of Jamacian Music Box Set
"Just a Closer Walk With Thee"- Clark Gayton from Sankofa
"Hurricane"- King's X from Ogre Tones
"Inca Roads"(excerpt)- Mike Keneally & Brian Beller
"Outa Space"- Billy Preston from The Funk Box
"Amnesia"- The Tubes from The Completion Backwards Principle
"Open My Eyes"- King's X from Ogre Tones
The Gotham Playboys
"Can't Get Off"- Chris Whitley from Weed
Blues For Me- Tronzo Trio from Roots
Mr. Bitterness- Soul Coughing from Ruby Vroom

Thanks to Jack Conrad for the title...

To download click here.

You really should be using a podcasting client and using the RSS feed to automatically download it...

You can now use itunes too! Here's the itunes direct link...

How will the wolf survive?

What do you know-time to welcome a new-member.WNDR Radio host Jack Hosley goes by the handle of WNDR Wolf. So guys join with me and make the man feel at home.


Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 30 - Distributed Homeless Programs

Show Notes: Still laughable, but here nonetheless.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 30 - Distributed Homeless Programs

This show is all about a Distributed Temporary Homeless Shelter Program... man, that's a mouthful. The First Universalist Church of Southold, NY and the Peconic Community Council are front and center in this show. You get to hear an intro from the Tour of Somerville, a couple of time sensitive promos and a song from a band that few people outside of Jersey have ever heard from before...

Today's song is Black Sunday from Hunchback. These guys RAWK!!! No, they really deserve that.

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All in all, 23 minutes I hope you don't want back.