In the first installment of this series, PWC Board members talk about writer’s conferences, writing inspiration, and the perils of the writing life. Featuring James Knipp, contributor to Biff Bam Pop, and Lisa Lutwyche, Pushcart Prize-nominated poet.
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Welcome to Scribblers’ Rest, where a group of central Florida creatives play RPGs!
Our bard’s compassion is a lesson to the bloody handed. Brian Downes researches the equations, and the goblin cultists fight dagger and gnashing tooth to do away with the interlopers. Our heroes press through the challenges of the manor house, drawing ever closer to their adventure’s fraught conclusion, and dangling a gnome on a rope.
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The critically acclaimed Rio Youers is the latest victim on Three Guys with beards!
We talk movies, comics, Rio’s novels and why his ego is far too large for his body.
Burning question: Was he named after the song????
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Join host John Urbancik discusses writing and photography and art and creativity. This week, he’s asked if his photographic eye affects the way he writes. He answers listener questions about tying shoes and when he knew he wanted to write. Readings include another New Orleans inspired ghost story, a magician with only one trick, and the reviled Hero Killer.
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Chuck has a secret he’s been meaning to share with the listeners of The Mando Method Podcast.
Join Chuck and his co-host Armand Rosamilia as they break it down, rip it out and ram it up… er, something like that.
Then, Erin Sweet Al-Mehairi talks marketing poetry in her Marketing Morsels segment.
This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing
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Welcome back to IT COOKS!
This is episode seventeen and we are making steak, thanks to friend of the show Stephen Kozeniewski (Check him out at http://manuscriptsburn.blogspot.com/ )
I could pick just ONE favorite steak recipe, so you’re getting two!
My favorite weeknight bourbon glazed steak tips and my fancy, special occasion rib eye!
This week’s sponsor is Subculture Corsets and Clothing.
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In 2001, Edd and Beth Dunham moved into a nondescript home in Deltona, Florida, thinking it would be a great place for their family to grow. But little did they know that before long, they would begin to see apparitions and experience disturbing poltergeist activity, and in the end would come face to face with an evil entity that seemed bent on attacking their baby daughter. On this show, Tom and Jenny are returning once again to their exploration of the real stories behind the best episodes of the series “A Haunting,” and this particular case, aired in 2006, has some personal significance, since it happened very close to where Jenny grew up and to where Tom and Jenny now live, and since Tom has met Edd Dunham in real life and has spoken to him at length about the paranormal activity that befell his family. So sit back and enjoy this tale of a particularly Floridian haunting.
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The Lunch Ladies Book Club (Shelly, Ashley and Mimzie) read and review The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens.
Did they like it? Did they agree or disagree about it?
Find out by listening!
Part 3 of 3 This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing
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It’s a very special episode that Jim dedicates to the memory of his Dad, who introduced him to Monster Movies, as he examines this 1967 British thriller, starring Dana Andrews. A Nazi scientist is tasked with reanimating several Nazi officials who were frozen at the end of WWII in an attempt to resurrect the Third Reich. But, something goes horribly wrong. Don’t be left out in the cold. Check out this episode of Monster Attack, now.
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Welcome to Volume 3 Chapter 6 of The Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection.
Your host, writer Tom Clark is joined by our panel of metal and horror experts at Project Entertainment Network. Musician Mr. Scott, Smoking Walt Ball and musician and artist Azriel Mordecai are getting extreme this week, and we’re not talking about snowboarding in June, oh no.
When is EXTREME too extreme? We’re going to talk about movies, books and metal that may have gone over the line. From Edward Lee’s Headers to a Serbian Film. From Doom to Death metal and all the pinks and hardcore variants in between.
But that’s not all. We also review a movie that’s making some Buzz lately… Milko Davis’ TSUNAMBEE, Walt has some Anathema in the smoker, Az gets wonderful and Goes to the mortuary and Mr. Scott gives the AXE to a person that needs it… someone who hasn’t had a hit song in 20 years, so every year he has to say or do something stupid to make himself relevant again. And no, it’s surprisingly not Ted Nugent.
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Bryan Berlowitz discusses life in isolation and the need for community. He discusses recovery and the need for salvation. Find out what life is like when you realize God is not done with you.
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I hope you’ve brought some pencils and crayons and some paper with you this week Zongers. We aren’t here to talk to a Bizarro writer this week. Instead Bizzong! interviews one of the preeminent Bizarro cover artists, Mr. Jim Agpalza. Jim talks about how he got started doing Bizarro book covers, his preference for drawing genitalia, an epic presidential coffee table book as well as myriad other ditties.
So lets enter the theater of the mind Zongers and hit play because its #ZongerDay!
Don’t forget to visit http://jimagpalza.com to check out some fine examples of the art work that Jim has done.
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