In Season 1, noted bibliophile Douglas Daye interviews writer Christopher Ross, who reads his Civil War novel, HARD WATER, out loud. In Season 2, Douglas Daye returns to interview writer Christopher Ross, who reads his audio-play, THE KEEPER'S HOUSE, out loud.
Tony LaRocco, lead singer and lyricist for Pale Blue Dot band discusses “Evolution Blues” and “Animals”. Nigel Louis Stevenson reads “Hudson Valley Series #1”, and Mr. Ross reads Act 2, Scene 4 of “The Keeper’s House”. Pale Blue Dot band: Drums- Darby Wootten Bass- Turtle Zwadlo Lead Guitar-Dakota Slager Guitar and Vocals- Tony LaRocco Keys- … Continue reading 2BS_E8_PaleBlueDot →
Douglas emerges from his prolonged hibernation. Miya Folick sings “Leave The Party” and “Give It To Me”. Nigel reads his poem, “Navajo Sunday”, and Mr. Ross reads Act 2, Scene 2 and 3 of his play, “The Keeper’s House”.
Soundscape includes Dylan Thomas reading a bit of his his poem, “A Winter’s Tale”. Nigel reads his poem “West River Drive”. The Mick Mahoney Band sings “I Remember You (When the Sky is Blue)”, and, “The Innocent and True”. Mr. Ross reads Act 2, Scene 1 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House.
2BS_E5 features Pale Blue Dot
Pale Blue Dot sings “Coyotes” and “Only Love”. Nigel Louis Stevenson completes reading of his Oxford series poem, “Toxicology Forum”: Patients 13-15. Mr. Ross reads the last scene of Act 1 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House.
2BS Episode 4 features Tanya Davis
Tanya Davis sings “Art” and “Eulogy for You and Me”. Nigel Louis Stevenson recites “Toxicology Forum”: Patients 10-12. Mr. Ross reads Act 1, Scene 4 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House. This program inspired by The Twelve Steps to Natural Gardening, by Al Krautter, and NutraSelf: Be who you always wanted to be; feel how … Continue reading 2BS Episode 4 features Tanya Davis →
Season 2, Episode 3 of BookSmart features Miya Folick
Miya Folick and her band sing “Thingamajig” and “Premonitions”. Douglas talks of his distant past. Nigel Louis Stevenson recites “Toxicology Forum”: Patients 7 thru 9. Mr. Ross reads Act 1, Scene 3 of The Keeper’s House.
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