12.11.2006

Coffee House to Go - December 11, 2006 - Get to Know Your Market

Coffee House to Go episode #18.

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:

Fall 2006 ESC! Magazine released

ESC!Cast Network debuts new tech podcast: For Mac Eyes Only

Across the Mic: New interview in the editing stages. Will be released soon.

This month's Literary Quiz and the answers to last month's.

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

Feature:

Getting to Know Your Market: Tips for selling your work to small press publications

Featured Podsafe Music this episode:

The Jerrys - I Even Love You More Than Elizabeth Hurley

Klyd Watkins - Choruses About Her Giant

LitNews:

News provided by LB Sedlacek and The Poetry Market E-zine.

21st Birthday of Slam, 2006 Gerald Cable Book Award, Winter NorthBeast Regional Slam, Poet to Poet / Back Fence, Bad Sex in Fiction Award, Nominate The Poetry Market Ezine

Iain Hollingshead's Twentysomething

Promos:

Second Life Notes Podcast (link)

Assume Nothing Press (link)

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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12.06.2006

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Get Chance on Coverville

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 - Get Chance on Coverville

In this show, I ask y'all to help me out. There's a musician named Chance, who has done a cover of the Milkshake song... you know it,

"My Milkshake brings all the boys to the yard,
And their like "It's better than yours"
Damn right, It's better than yours,
I can teach you, but I have to charge".

You have -got- to hear his cover... imagine a power rock version of that song... sung tongue in cheek... it's great. You'll need to buy the CD to hear it. Trust me that it rocks!!!


Alright, now why am I telling you this? In case you don't know this guy named Brian Ibbod, he does a PodCast named Coverville. Brian's doing his annual cover countdown show. In order to get in on this countdown, the song needs to get nominated several times to get on the list, and then voted for once it gets nominated. So, I'm asking y'all to help out with the nominating part, and if we get his song nominated, then I'll ask you to vote for it... but we have to get it nominated first.


If you would please go to the Coverville site and click on the nominate button, and tell Brian that you want to put Chance's version of the Milkshake Song, from his CD "eleven through fifteen", I'd appreciate it.


Special thanks to Mike from Coffee House to Go who has already kicked in his nomination... and admitted his love of Shamrock Shakes...

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All in all, ~22 minutes I enjoyed bringing you.

12.03.2006

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 38 - My View on Current Politics

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 38 - My View on Current Politics


In this show, I take on a topic I've been avoiding for the last couple of weeks. I'm going to rant about the nature of the current, past and potentially future political environment. I've got a quick PodCaster Hockey League update. We've got a review from Griffin, and a wicked, cool song from Ookla the Mok.


Here's the link to study from Indiana University about the Daily Show.


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All in all, ~22 minutes I enjoyed bringing you.