The Switchblade Kid-
It’s been a long time, but I’m back with new episodes and this is a great episode to get the ball rolling again.
On todays show we have Ed Arnold journalist and host of The People I Know podcast. I met Ed on twitter when looking for other podcasts in Memphis. I chatted him up and we decided to cross the streams. I would be on his show and vice versa. He is a freelance writer who has had articles in many publications including a fascinating feature for the Memphis Flyer called “Bring Me the head of Phillip K. Dick”. http://www.memphisflyer.com/memphis/bring-me-the-head-of-philip-k-dick/Content?oid=3191917
You can hear Part II of our discussion on Ed’s podcast that you can find right here: http://www.peopleiknow.us
Follow Ed on Twitter: @EdLArnold
Follow this podcast while you’re at it: @nutn2seehere
-music by Serge Gainsbourg, K. Rawlings, & M. Qualls-
Rich white debutantes with an appetite for young male prostitues that worked out of opium dens in the back of Asian laundromats?!
Upon a refferal we met a guy named Zachary Whitten. He had just completed a year-long creative writing project that led him down rabbit holes of Memphis history that surprised and fascinated us.
Back in March, Chris McCoy and I sat down with Zachary and learned all sorts of seedy trivia about the Bluff City and his unique literary undertaking.
-For all things Zachary Whitten visit http://www.memphisfastfiction.com/
-Get your tickets to Chris McCoy’s documentary about the Antenna club called, wait for it, ANTENNA. It premieres November 2nd @ The 15th Annual Indie Memphis Film Festival:
-music by M. Qualls & K. Rawlings, and The Community Bubble-
And now something completely different. Special guest host, Michael Kline (Memphis musician, podcaster, and comic)
This week we have special guest Larry Clark (professional Clown and Magician)!
Hey you, its the Shut Up and Listen Podcast!
This week we bring you a little inside information on the workings of the hit show, Professor Ghoul’s Horror School!
On this special “live” episode of Twin Face Kline, Michael and Stephen interview some of the best artists in Memphis, including comics Michael Brown and Sammy Marten, local film-makers Eric Huber and Chad Allen Barton, a special live performance from the enigmatic Sting Mattress, music fun, and so much more!
Its a new episode of the Brandon Sams Untitled Comedy Podcast!