Remember my riveting podcast, which also went by the title "Bamboo Nation"? You kind of miss it, don't you?
Well, I will be making a Very Special Announcement a little bit later in the week.
But in case you want to reacquaint yourself with Bamboo Nation: The Podcast or if you missed an episode or if this is the first you're hearing about it (WHAT?!), now is as good a time as any to check out the really entertaining artist interviews I conducted. I was listening to some of these old episodes, and, damn, I'm good at this! It's a talent that I actually forgot I had, so excuse me if I come off a little smug. I'm just happy that I did a good job, and my interviewees had a chance to really shine.
So, for some stimulating talk, funny segues, and amusing anecdotes, visit the Bamboo Nation: The Podcast site or get episodes off of iTunes (subscribe, rate, and review, bitches!). Here's a handy list of really stellar episodes (expertly re-edited to come in at about a half hour each) that are currently available:
• The Myke Weiskopf Episode features musician, sound artist, and Science Park frontman, Myke Weiskopf .
• The Scott Heim Episode features the author of the novels We Disappear, In Awe, and Mysterious Skin.
• The Ken Narasaki & Doris Baizley Episode features the playwrights of The Mikado Project.
• The Josh Randall Episode features one of the stars of NBC's beloved series, Ed.
• The Rickerby Hinds Episode features a pioneer in the hip-hop theater movement.
• The Michael Lowenthal Episode features the author of the novels, Charity Girl, Avoidance, and The Same Embrace.
• The Noel Alumit Episode features the author of the novels, Talking to the Moon and Letters to Montgomery Clift.
If you dig this back catalog enough, I may roll out some more past episodes that are currently unavailable. Enjoy!
Visit Bamboo Nation: The Podcast.