Last month I got interviewed by poet supreme/all-around mensch Jared Duran for his Limited Engagement podcast. Here’s the episode, in which we talk about the creative community in Phoenix, comic books, Star Wars, John Wick, hallucinogenic drugs, and a whole bunch of other stuff.
Limited Engagement: February 2017 Episode
A few months ago, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by KJZZ’s Stina Sieg for her podcast “Defining Moment”. For my segment, I talked about the first time I tried magic mushrooms and the year-long (and occasionally hilarious) existential nightmare it threw me into.
Find ze podcast here: Defining Moment.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of being a guest on “Thank You For Being A Podcast”, a Golden Girls podcast run by two of Phoenix’s funniest and most gracious comedians: Genevieve Rice and Anthony Desamito. The show basically involves us watching an entire episode of “The Golden Girls” before doing the podcast- the ‘cast itself is us riffing and reacting to the episode.
I hadn’t watched GG since I was a kid, and was actually kind of stunned by how funny and well-written it was. We watched the one that has a UFO(!) in it.
Click ze link and enjoy!
Thank You For Being A Podcast: Ep 079 The One That Got Away
Go on and catch the sweet wave, brah: listen to the podcast here.
Last Monday I had the pleasure of going to Gangplank in downtown Chandler to be one of the guests for the “Wednesday Morning Surf Report” podcast. The podcast is hosted by two gents, Rick Larsen and Jeff Cardello (who are both heavily involved in Phoenix improv and have wits sharper than a Hattori Hanzo sword), and each episode one of the guests draws a random question that becomes the subject of the ‘cast. For this episode, I was guesting with comic writer/poet/karaoke fiend Russ Kazmierczak Jr. Russ drew the question: “What’s the deal with books?” What followed was a long conversation about books, music snobbery, comic books, “Infinite Jest” and the sheer absurdity of the He-Man universe.
A few weeks ago at Lawn Gnome Publishing’s “PEP Rally: Jealousy” show (hosted by Wonder Twins Matt Storrs & Hattie Jean Hayes), I did a piece as my alter-ego Dr. Alfred Avid. Avid is a Professor of Haterology, and explained to the audience how one can become a hater (and the best way to maximize one’s total hatefulness). Avid also spent a good amount of time talking shit about Wheelchair Jimmy- I mean, Drake.
Listen and learn a thing or two-
PEP Rally: Jealousy Podcast
A few weeks ago, I did Lawn Gnome bookstore’s PEP Rally variety show (hosted by Hattie Jean Hayes and Matt Storrs). The theme for the show was “Fortune”, so naturally I showed up as Johnny Diamonds, financial motivational speaker extraordinaire. Listen in and learn a thing or two about achieving INFINITE WEALTH TODAY.
PEP Rally Podcast: Fortune
“Who’s down with O.P.P. (Other People’s Podcasts)?
Yeah, you know me!”
A few weeks ago, I read Friday The 13 haikus at Lawn Gnome Publishing’s PEP Rally Show (hosted by Matt Storrs and Hattie Jean Hayes). I read them in character as their author, notorious clean camp grounds enthusiast/spree killer Jason Vorhees. If you ever wanted to know what Jason sounds like, you’re in luck! Because the reading was caught on tape as part of PEP Rally’s podcast! Poet Jason menacingly shuffles towards the mic at the 20 minute mark.
PEP Rally: Camp Podcast