Thu, 29 November 2012
Episode 181 - Grass So Tall, Sky So Black - a Witching Hour Production interview with Brad, Liz, and Jenny
In this episode I have Brad Hoshaw, Liz Webb, and Jenny Pool in the studio to talk about the Blue Barn Theater / Witching Hour production of Grass So Tall, Sky So Black an olde time ghost story musical...
We talk about how the story was conceived and how Liz and Brad got involved musically. They also perform live in the studio a few songs from the upcoming production.
Opening song: "Don't Look So Sad" by Eros and the Eschaton
Thu, 1 November 2012
In this episode I am once again joined by Leo Biga, who shares his new book "Alexander Payne - His Journey In Film, A Reporter's Perspective 1998-2012.
His new book is a compilation of journalism stories Leo has written as well as interviews and personal commentary.
Author-journalist-blogger Leo Adam Biga resides in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. He writes newspaper-magazine stories about people, their passions, and their magnificent obsessions. He's the author of the books "Alexander Payne: His Journey in Film – A Reporter's Perspective 1998-2012," a compilation of his journalism about the acclaimed filmmaker, and "Open Wide" a biography of Mark Manhart. Biga co-edited "Memories of the Jewish Midwest: Mom and Pop Grocery Stores." His popular blog, leoadambiga.wordpress.com, is an online gallery of his work.